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Inside Money Archive
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On this page you will find information on past Inside Money series.

You can read transcripts of every programme broadcast since 2001, and listen again to programmes broadcast since 2002.


Inside Money summer 2007

Listener Adam Potter joins Inside Money to investigate whether the Bank of England is keeping inflation under control.

Listener Dean Turrell joins Inside Money to examine a controversial type of insurance called critical illness cover.

Listener Simon Mallett joins Inside Money to ask if carbon offsetting companies deliver what they promise.

Listener Sandy Clarke considers the potential rewards and risks of investing in shares.

Listener Stephen Hunt asks if long-term fixed-rate mortgages will benefit the housing market.


Inside Money summer 2006

Listener Niall Connolly joins Inside Money to find out how the government's new Home Information Packs will work.

Listener Susan joins Inside Money to help us examine a controversial debt solution called an Individual Voluntary Arrangement or IVA.

Listener Robert Scott joins Inside Money to investigate identify theft.

Listener Nell McFadden joins Inside Money to find out why energy bills are soaring.

Listener Emma Kouybassi joins Inside Money to explore her options as she tries to buy her first property.

The last programme of the 2006 series of Inside Money focused on the consumer battle against the banks over charges.


Inside Money summer 2005

Inside Money listener Karen Manning investigates payment protection insurance with Presenter Lesley Curwen.

What has happened to the UK's share-owning democracy, 20 years after the privatisation revolution?

Listener Helen Visvikis joins Inside Money to find out if a new kind of property pension could work for her.

Listener Faith Stanley joins Inside Money to find out if the tax credit system needs to be redesigned.

Listener Janet Gillis joins Inside Money to investigate which type of Child Trust Fund is best for her son.

The last programme of the 2005 series of Inside Money focused on the spiralling level of debt in the UK.


Inside Money summer 2004


Inside Money summer 2003


Inside Money summer 2002


Inside Money summer 2001




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