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Beating inflation versus hedging against inflation

S igns of higher inflation abound. Beating inflation to preserve spending power is therefore high in many investors’ minds. Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane chimed in just this week, reports Reuters: “If wages and prices begin a game of leapfrog, we will get the sort of wage-price spiral familiar from the 1970s and 1980s,” Haldane said, adding that inflation would not be on the same scale as in those decades.In an interview with LBC radio earlier on Wednesday, Haldane said i...
Tags: Facebook, England, Marketing, Investing, Bank Of America, Britain, Credit Suisse, Inflation, Banksy, Andy Haldane, LBC, Equities, Financial Times, Reuters, Us Federal Reserve, Fama


Radio nominees announced for the 2021 IRN Awards

The shortlist for the 2021 IRN Awards in association with Sky News has been revealed. The nominations were announced by Sky News presenter Anna Jones ahead of a special video ceremony on Thursday 15th July at which the winners and the recipient of the IRN Gold Award will be revealed. There are 12 categories including the Student Journalist of the Year prize, which is supported by the Broadcast Journalism Training Council. And the nominees are: Newcomer of the Year: Amelia Beckett – Greatest H...
Tags: England, Scotland, Awards, Radio, Celtic, Northern Ireland, West Yorkshire, Sky News, Bill, LBC, Joan, Oxfordshire, Wilder, Hallam, Anna Jones, Harry Dunn


Cross Question with Iain Dale extends on LBC

LBC’s Wednesday night political debate programme, Cross Question with Iain Dale, has been extended to three nights a week, Monday to Wednesday, 8pm to 9pm. Broadcast live during Iain Dale’s evening show (7pm-10pm) from LBC’s Westminster studios, Cross Question puts listeners centre stage, as they question a panel of politicians and commentators on the big issues of the week. Launched in 2018, guests lined up for the new programmes include Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis, Labour MPs ...
Tags: Global, Radio, Northern Ireland, Diane Abbott, LBC, Iain Dale, Polly Toynbee, Brandon Lewis, Station News, Rebecca Long Bailey, Cross Question, Simon Heffer Iain Dale


Long Beach’s Jaywop Is Another Promising Talent From The City

The LBC upstart makes his DopeHouse debut.
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Nigel Farage was pranked on Cameo into wishing happy birthday to a 'Hugh Janus'

Nigel Farage Getty Nigel Farage has become subject to a viral prank on the video-sharing app Cameo. The app is a means for fans to pay celebrities for personalized video messages. The former Brexit Party leader was paid to wish a happy birthday to a "Hugh Janus." See more stories on Insider's business page. Former Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has fallen victim to a viral prank on the video-sharing website Cameo.The app, which is a means for fans to pay celebrities for personalized ...
Tags: Politics, News, Trends, Britain, Nigel Farage, Farage, LBC, Trump, European Union Read, Stefan Simanowitz, Thomas Colson, Brexit Party, Cameo app, Hugh Janus, Brexit Insider, Nigel Farage Getty Nigel Farage


Audio: Radio stations enter OBIT mode for Prince Philip

Radio stations across the UK entered obituary mode following the announcement by the Royal Family regarding the death of The Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip. Bauer, Global and the BBC commenced their group-wide protocols for such an emergency after the news was released just after midday on Friday 9th April 2021. All BBC local and national stations either handed over, or were forcibly cut to, a national announcement at 12.10pm. Programmes on BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 1 Dance, Asian Network, B...
Tags: UK, Scotland, Bbc, Industry, Radio, Ireland, Magic, Edinburgh, Sky News, LBC, Jeremy Vine, BBC World Service, Original, Obit, Adrian Chiles, Philip


Travel reporter Gary Scott has died aged 57

The national radio traffic and travel reporter Gary Scott of INRIX has been found dead at his home, aged 57. Scott, whose real name was Gary Skinner, had appeared on a number of local and national radio stations in a near-20 year career, including talkSPORT, LBC and local Surrey station The Eagle. Police were alerted after he did not log on for his first set of bulletins last Thursday morning and colleagues could not get in touch. The cause of his sudden death is not known but is believed to...
Tags: People, Radio, Surrey, LBC, Inrix, Gary, Scott, Hutton, Skinner, Eagle Police, Gary Scott, Peter Lees, Paul Hutton, Gary Skinner


Coronavirus live: Covid vaccine passports to be trialled in England; Pope urges quicker vaccine distribution

England to launch nine ‘vaccine passport’ pilots from mid-April; Pope Francis says crisis remains severe, especially for the poorBoris Johnson to give go-ahead for trials of Covid passportsSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.45pm BST Germany’s Robert Koch Institute has said it is designating the Netherlands an area of particularly high risk of coronavirus infection due to a high number of cases in the country.From Tuesday people entering Germany from the Netherlands will need to provide docu...
Tags: UK, England, Germany, World news, Britain, Pope Francis, Netherlands, Pope, LBC, Johnson, David Davis, Robert Koch Institute, Coronavirus


Coronavirus live news: India reports rising infections; EU regulator to report on AstraZeneca Covid vaccine safety

Coronavirus cases on the rise in India; EMA to announce findings of investigation into bleeding, blood clots and low platelet counts; Brazil sees record daily case rise Tanzania’s Covid-denying president, John Magufuli, dies aged 61Blanket ‘do not resuscitate’ orders imposed on English care homesDelaying England’s winter lockdown ‘caused up to 27,000 extra Covid deaths’See all our coronavirus coverage 8.21am GMT UK housing, communities and local government minister Robert Jenrick told LBC ra...
Tags: UK, England, India, Africa, Eu, World news, Brazil, Astrazeneca, Tanzania, LBC, Grant Shapps, Reuters, Jason Burke, John Magufuli, Robert Jenrick, Coronavirus


Steve Allen breaks silence over LBC absence

A message posted on Steve Allen’s Twitter account says he is doing his best to be back on the radio as soon as possible. Steve has not hosted his early show since February 17th and countless stories have been written about his absence, even though LBC confirmed Steve is off due to illness. He left his show on the 16th February early due to not feeling well. Listeners have been speculating about his unexplained break from the 4am daily show, even though stand-in presenters explaining Steve isn...
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Duncan Barkes moves on from BBC Radio London

BBC Radio London presenter Duncan Barkes has left radio in London after a ten year stint of broadcasting to the capital to become a political adviser. Duncan joined Radio London in 2015 to present ‘London’s Late Night Radio Phone-In’ from LBC where he previously presented the late night and overnight shows since 2011. Previous to this he hosted the overnight show on talkSPORT. Since July 2020, he has been presenting the weekend early morning shows on Radio London which have also been broadcas...
Tags: London, Eu, Bbc, People, Radio, LBC, BBC World Service, Sussex, Duncan, BBC Radio London, Radio London, East Devon, Grenfell Tower, Simon Jupp, COVID, Duncan Barkes


Three new Radio Academy Trustees announced

Adele Cross, Kathryn Anastasi and Will Jackson have all been appointed as Trustees of the Radio Academy for the next three years. They replace Dennie Morris, Aradhna Tayal and Steve Taylor, who served their three-year terms from 2017. Adele, Kathryn and Will take up their voluntary positions straight away and are expected to play an active role and attend a minimum of six board meetings per year, by video conference or in-person in London. A total of 31 people applied for the positions. Find...
Tags: UK, London, Bbc, People, Radio, South Africa, LBC, Academy, Original, Steve Taylor, Gray, BBC TV, Will Jackson, Radio Academy, Sri Lanka West Indies, Colin Murray


Ghislaine Maxwell Podcast ‘Hunting Ghislaine’ Scores Scripted Adaptation by Sony-Backed Eleventh Hour Films

A chart-topping true crime podcast about Ghislaine Maxwell from U.K. radio station LBC is being adapted for television. Sony Pictures Television-backed Eleventh Hour Films has nabbed screen rights to “Hunting Ghislaine” from LBC (Leading Britain’s Conversation) and outdoor media powerhouse Global. Plans are underway to make a limited drama series based on the IP. Launched […]
Tags: News, Global, Britain, Sony, LBC, Sony Pictures Television, Ghislaine Maxwell, Eleventh Hour Films, Ghislaine, Sony Backed Eleventh Hour Films


Travelers need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result to enter the UK or pay a $680 fine

London, along with the rest of England is in lockdown. Circle Creative Studio/Getty Images From next week, international arrivals entering the UK will have to present a negative COVID-19 test taken a maximum of 72 hours prior to departure, the UK's Department for Transport (DfT) announced Friday. Those who can't show they a negative test will have to pay an immediate fine of £500 ($680). The policy was introduced to help prevent the spread of new strains of the coronavirus, the DfT said, c...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, UK, England, London, News, Trends, South Africa, Transport, Food And Drug Administration, Denmark, Pfizer, LBC, Grant Shapps, Travelers, University of Texas Medical Branch


Supermarket lockdown rules for Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi and M&S - LBC

Supermarket lockdown rules for Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Lidl, Aldi and M&S   LBC
Tags: Shopping, LBC, Tesco Asda Sainsbury, Morrisons Lidl Aldi


Tesco and Boots offer help with Covid-19 vaccine rollout - LBC

Tesco and Boots offer help with Covid-19 vaccine rollout   LBC
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Brexit deal: Boris Johnson poised to announce UK and EU have reached trade agreement – live

Negotiations continued overnight between UK and EU at European commission’s headquarters in BrusselsBrexit trade deal with EU within ‘touching distance’, says No 10 10.17am GMT David Davis, the Conservative former Brexit secretary, sounds minded to support the trade deal, judging by what we know at this stage about what’s in it (which is not, of course, the full detail) and what he’s been saying to LBC. These are from LBC’s Theo Usherwood.Good signs for Number 10. Former Brexit Secretary Dav...
Tags: Europe, Business, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Bbc, Britain, Foreign Policy, Economic policy, Davis, Boris Johnson, Brussels


Supermarket Covid rules explained as Tesco introduces buying limit on some products - LBC

Supermarket Covid rules explained as Tesco introduces buying limit on some products   LBC
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Hunting Ghislaine: weighing conspiracy and truth in the Epstein saga

John Sweeney ‘cracked up’ after leaving the BBC when an investigation went bad. He talks about his long obsession with the Maxwells – and the show that relaunched his career“You can feel sorry for someone,” says John Sweeney, “and still want them to face justice.” He’s talking about Hunting Ghislaine, the compelling podcast in which the investigative reporter unpicks the story of Ghislaine Maxwell, the 58-year-old British socialite who is currently in jail, awaiting trial for procuring and traff...
Tags: Media, Podcasts, Journalism, Bbc, Culture, Television & radio, Publishing And Public Relations, Prince Andrew, LBC, Sweeney, John Sweeney, Maxwells, Jeffrey Epstein, Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, Kosova


Hunting Ghislaine: unpicking truth from conspiracy in the Epstein saga

John Sweeney ‘cracked up’ after leaving the BBC when an investigation went bad. He talks about his long obsession with the Maxwells – and the show that relaunched his career“You can feel sorry for someone,” says John Sweeney, “and still want them to face justice.” He’s talking about Hunting Ghislaine, the compelling podcast in which the investigative reporter unpicks the story of Ghislaine Maxwell, the 58-year-old British socialite who is currently in jail, awaiting trial for procuring and traff...
Tags: Media, Podcasts, Journalism, Bbc, Culture, Television & radio, Publishing And Public Relations, Prince Andrew, LBC, Sweeney, John Sweeney, Maxwells, Jeffrey Epstein, Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell, Kosova


'Psycho' Tesco worker who brutally murdered wife and daughter jailed for life - LBC

'Psycho' Tesco worker who brutally murdered wife and daughter jailed for life   LBC
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I participated in the AstraZeneca trial in the UK. I dropped out after learning they were collaborating with Russia's Sputnik vaccine.

Sarah Hurst has been writing about Russia since 1990 and sees AstraZeneca's collaboration with Russia as unethical and ill-advised. Sarah Hurst Sarah Hurst is a 47-year-old freelance journalist based outside of London, where she lives with her mother and 12-year-old daughter. She was in AstraZeneca's UK trial for the COVID-19 vaccine, and left last week in protest at the company's announcement that they would work with Russia's Sputnik vaccine developers. Hurst has been writing about R...
Tags: UK, London, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Trends, Cnn, Oxford, Crimea, Sputnik, Astrazeneca, LBC, Kremlin, Fsb, The Hague, Salisbury


UK coronavirus live: London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire to enter tier 3 restrictions, Hancock tells MPs

Latest updates: health secretary expected to make statement in Commons to MPs about tougher restrictions amid rising cases London to enter tier 3 Covid restrictions from WednesdayTier 3 restrictions explainedDozens of London and Essex schools move lessons onlineWhat we know about spread of Covid among children in the UKGlobal coronavirus updates - live 3.31pm GMT Matt Hancock, the health secretary, is about to make a statement to MPs about London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire going in...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, London, Scotland, Israel, European Union, UK News, Britain, Essex, LBC, Keir Starmer, Millwall, Brexit, Hertfordshire, Sadiq Khan


Festival Pass: What to know about drive-in and drive-thru events during the stay-at-home order

Festival Pass is a newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. Hanukkah has begun and that reminds me of a fantastic supergroup of sorts — The LeeVees. The band includes Adam Gardner of Guster and Dave Schneider of the Zambonis and they put out a great tongue-in-cheek album 15 or so years ago called “Hanukkah Rocks” that is well worth a listen or two this week. I also highly recommend Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings’ anim...
Tags: Japan, California, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Elvis Presley, Music Festivals, Coachella, LBC, John Stamos, Memphis, Snoop Dogg, Southern California


Review – Tuning In: Breaking Out of the Bubble

We all have a natural human tendency to exist primarily in our own bubbles, associate with like-minded people and see the world mainly through that prism. Opening the final Tuning In event of the year, Tuning In: Breaking Out of the Bubble, Radiocentre CEO Siobhan Kenny looked at ‘bubbles’ – particularly as it has become part of 2020’s new vocabulary, alongside lockdowns, circuit breakers and social distancing. But today’s bubble was more about our personal biases and Tuning In: Breaking Out...
Tags: Europe, Events, Radio, Andy Carter, Parliament, LBC, Tom Roach, Radiocentre, Matt Payton, Siobhan Kenny, Ebiquity, Mark Barber, Lucy Barrett, Warrington South, Martin Vinter, Nick Ferrari Bauer Media


U.K. trash talk aimed at Dr. Anthony Fauci

In a statement that hearkens back to the age old case of my dad v. your dad the U.K.'s Secretary of State for Education, Gavin Williamson, bragged that the British medical regulators are "much better" than what the French, Belgiums and the Americans have. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, News, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Vaccine, LBC, Anthony Fauci, Bragging, U.K, Gavin Williamson, Medical Regulators, Smacktalk


Williamson on vaccine approval: Britain is 'a much better country than all of them' – video

Gavin Williamson told LBC's Nick Ferrari that the UK was the first country to approve a Covid-19 vaccine, ahead of the EU and the US, because, "we're much better"."I just think we have the very best people in this country and we've got the best medical regulators. Much better than the French have, much better than the Belgians have, much better than the Americans have," he added when pushed on whether Brexit played a partWilliamson: Britain's 'a much better country than all of them' Continue rea...
Tags: UK, US, Eu, UK News, Britain, Vaccines and immunisation, LBC, Brexit, Williamson, Nick Ferrari, Gavin Williamson, Coronavirus


More original podcasts being made at Global

Global is partnering with The Story Lab to co-commission six original podcasts within the next 12 months. The project sees Global and The Story Lab collaborate for the first time, to uncover stories which can be transitioned into podcasts and ultimately AV content. Global says the partnership unlocks funding for true crime, comedy, entertainment and sport podcasts, and harnesses the combined expertise and creativity of both organisations to drive scalability and listeners. Today’s announceme...
Tags: UK, Podcasts, Global, Bbc, Radio, Lionel Barber, LBC, Financial Times, Buddha, UK Ireland, Spencer Matthews, John Sweeney, Ghislaine Maxwell, Story Lab, Ghislaine, Jeffrey Epstein Ghislaine Maxwell


UK radio stations set to cover US Election 2020

The biggest event of the year in US politics is set to be covered live by a number of radio stations in the UK this Tuesday. LBC, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live and News Radio UK will all pause regular programmes for non-stop coverage from America. LBC’s special show starts at 10pm and will be in video as well as audio with Iain Dale and Shelagh Fogarty live from LBC’s new studios in Westminster. Tom Swarbrick will be live from the Election Hub at Global’s news centre in Leicester Square and ...
Tags: Usa, UK, Top, Washington, Global, US, America, Radio, Wisconsin, Radio industry, States, LBC, Biden, Trump, Bbc Radio 4, Iain Dale


London New Year's Eve fireworks cancelled owing to Covid risk, says mayor – video

The London mayor, Sadiq Khan, has confirmed that the annual firework display on New Year's Eve will not go ahead because of concerns about large numbers of people gathering in the capital's centre. 'We simply can't afford to have [those] numbers of people congregating,' Khan told LBC's James O'Brien. About 100,000 people usually attend the display UK coronavirus live Continue reading...
Tags: UK, London, UK News, LBC, Khan, Sadiq Khan, James O Brien, Coronavirus outbreak