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  • Banking Weekly
  • Each week the FT banking team discuss the biggest banking stories of the week, bringing you global insight and commentary on the top issues concerning this sector.

    To take part in the show or to comment please email audio@ft.com
  • Can G20 leaders tackle the problem of too-big-to-fail banks? Jul 21, 2014 - 5:30 pm
  • Patrick Jenkins is joined by Sam Fleming to discuss whether world leaders will be able to agree measures to solve the problem of "too big to fail" banks when the G20 meets later this year in Brisbane. Martin Arnold has news of US banks' second quarter results, where the footnote du jour is that profits took a hit as regulators imposed fines for various misdemeanours. Finally, Sam joins Daniel Schäfer to discuss the latest from the foreign exchange scandal, where the UK's Serious Fraud Office brings the total to more than 15 authorities looking into the manipulation of rates, with the news that it may launch a criminal investigation.
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FT Arts podcast
  • FT Arts
  • Each week the arts podcast brings you interviews and studio discussions on the latest arts stories and cultural trends, with contributions from the FT’s roster of critics and commentators
  • When violence gets real Jul 18, 2014 - 4:00 pm
  • As the Imperial War Museum unveils a £40 million refurbishment, Ludovic Hunter-Tilney reflects on the ubiquity of violence in popular culture.
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FT Analysis
  • FT Analysis
  • A weekly audio version of the best of the FT's Analysis section, featuring in-depth reporting from FT correspondents around the world. Listen to longform stories that explore and explain key themes in world news, science and business, and discussions with FT reporters.

    The FT Analysis podcast is produced by Esther Bintliff
  • US immigration: life on the line Jul 18, 2014 - 3:15 pm
  • Two FT journalists report from different sides of the US border, speaking to Hondurans fleeing poverty and violence for a better life in America, and to Texan citizens who witness illegal immigrants - often unaccompanied children - crossing the border.
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FT Money Show
  • FT Money Show
  • The FT Money Show brings you engaging and insightful coverage of the week’s major personal finance issues. Jonathan Eley and his team of FT journalists dissect the news with the help of leading industry commentators and discuss how the latest events will affect you and your pocket.

    From pensions to private equity, building society accounts to bank shares, the Money Show tackles difficult topics in an entertaining and informative way.

    The FT Money Show is produced by Lucy Warwick-Ching and Adam Palin
  • Tax avoidance clampdown, employer pensions, and family finances Jul 17, 2014
  • What's your employer doing with your pension? Jonathan Eley and guests also discuss HMRC's crackdown on tax avoidance scheme investors, and the latest venture aimed at spreading financial risk across generations
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  • Hard Currency
  • The FT's currency show takes a hard look at what's driving the largest market in the world, discussing market trends, political and economic factors affecting global currencies. Correspondent Delphine Strauss talks to global experts on the foreign exchange market about their views on the week ahead
  • Shrugging off sanctions Jul 17, 2014 - 12:30 pm
  • With the forex market showing only a modest reaction to tougher sanctions against Russia, Delphine Strauss, currencies correspondent, asks Elsa Lignos, strategist at RBC Capital Markets, whether currency investors have become less sensitive to geopolitical risk. Also, can we expect any sustained strength in the dollar after this week's rally; and should Canada's central bank try to talk down its currency?
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  • World Weekly with Gideon Rachman
  • Each week World Weekly focuses on some of the major international political stories that are making the headlines - drawing upon the FT's team of foreign correspondents and international analysts to make sense of world events

    Presented by Gideon Rachman

    To take part in the show or to comment please email audio@ft.com
  • Gaza crisis: what does current conflict mean for Netanyahu, Hamas and the wider middle east? Jul 16, 2014 - 4:20 pm
  • As bombing reaches its ninth consecutive day, Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu is facing criticism abroad for causing unnecessary bloodshed, and at home for not sending troops into Gaza. Gideon Rachman is joined by Siona Jenkins, Middle east news editor, and from Gaza by John Reed, Jerusalem bureau chief to look deeper at the broader Israeli/Palestinian conflict and how Hamas has been able to use the current crisis to drum up support as chaos in the middle east reaches levels unparalleled in recent decades
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Lucy Kellaway's podcast
  • Listen to Lucy
  • Lucy Kellaway, the FT's management columnist, pokes fun at management fads and jargon, and celebrates the ups and downs of office life
  • Professional services pitches are a pantomime Jul 14, 2014 - 11:00 am
  • The only excuse for a beauty contest is that you meet the individual people involved, says Lucy Kellaway
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FT News podcast
  • FT News
  • News and analysis from FT reporters around the world
  • Prof Andrei Linde: the FT interview Apr 11, 2014 - 1:30 pm
  • Nearly a month ago, astronomers announced a remarkable discovery: the strongest evidence so far for the theory of cosmic inflation, the hyper-rapid expansion following the Big Bang. This was joyful news for Andrei Linde, the cosmologist who had played a key role in developing inflation theory in the 1970s and '80s. Clive Cookson, FT science editor, spoke to professor Linde from his home at Stanford University in California.
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Digital Business: Connected Lives
  • FT Connected Business
  • Information technology provides the infrastructure backbone for companies today. The Connected Business series of podcasts examines how business leaders can use IT to improve performance and exploit new opportunities for growth.

    Presented by Stephen Pritchard
  • The outlook for IT: consumerisation, data, safety and skills Dec 18, 2013
  • In the podcast:

    We look at some of the key developments in technology over the last few years, from consumerisation and the cloud to cybersecurity and the skills gap.

    And we preview some of the key trends for the rest of this decade.

    With guests Peter Cochrane and PA Consulting's David Elton, and Connected Business contributor Stephen Pritchard.
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  • FT Alphachat
  • In each edition of Alphachat, the bloggers from FT Alphaville and an invited guest will delve deeply into a topic or theme related to financial markets. Expect the same wonkiness, humour, and occasional irreverence that you find on Alphaville itself.
  • Economic books of the year Sep 11, 2013
  • In this episode of FT Alphaville's semi-frequent podcast, Cardiff Garcia hosts Diane Coyle and Tyler Cowen to discuss their economics books of the year.
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