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Programme archive

Below are links to programmes broadcast so far in 2007, with transcripts, audio and further information on each page.


Money Box Live, 31 December 2007

Presenter Paul Lewis took your questions on the subject of personal finance for 2007/2008.


Money Box, Saturday 29 December 2007

Will 2008 prove a rollercoaster ride for financial markets? The slump in the housing market continues. Plus: voice recognition to combat fraud and personal accounts launch in 2012 - could the date slip?


Money Box, Saturday 22 December 2007

Good news for the workers who lost pensions when their companies went bust, but bad news for stay-at-home mothers. Plus: Norwich Union is fined, news for First Solution customers, and the financial secrets couples keep.


Money Box Live, 17 December 2007

Presenter Paul Lewis and a panel of experts answered your questions on saving and investing for children.


Money Box, Saturday 15 December 2007

Central banks inject 50bn to buoy the money markets and bring down the cost of credit. Plus: house prices, Home Information Packs with a catch, and Abbey announces new branches.


Money Box Live, 10 December 2007

Presenter Paul Lewis took your calls and e-mails on fuel bills and saving energy.


Money Box, Saturday 08 December 2007

How are your savings and loans affected following this week's interest rate cut? Plus: age discrimination and credit, a rewards scheme that charges 3 a month, and new rules on income splitting.


Money Box Live, 03 December 2007

Paul Lewis and a panel of expert guests answered your questions about charitable giving.


Money Box, Saturday 01 December 2007

Gloom over the economy, but would it be bad news if house prices fell? Plus: Some will be worse off after tax changes, do's and don'ts of leaving money to charity, and when a cheque is really yours.


Money Box Live, Monday 26 November 2007

You put your questions on identity protection to Vincent Duggleby and a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 24 November 2007

HMRC data loss, how can families protect themselves? Plus: the best and worst savings rates and a warning to mortgage holders as repossessions continue to rise.


Money Box Live, Monday 19 November 2007

You put your questions on insurance to Vincent Duggleby and a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 17 November 2007

The future of Northern Rock, as chief executive Adam Applegarth resigns. Plus: More news for First Solution customers, credit card fraud and the Post Office Christmas Savings Club.


Money Box Live, Monday 12 November 2007

You put your questions on equity release to Vincent Duggleby and a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 10 November 2007

World financial markets are tested by the falling US dollar and emerging economies like China and India. Plus: personal accounts, postcode pensions, and news for First Solution customers.


Money Box Live, Monday 5 November 2007

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of expert guests answered your questions about renting and letting.


Money Box, Saturday 3 November 2007

Thousands of people may be at risk of identity fraud after another data loss. Plus: the latest turbulence in the world markets, investing in commodities, credit card protection and energy prices.


Money Box Live, Monday 29 October 2007

Paul Lewis took your calls and e-mails on benefits and put them to this week's panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 27 October 2007

The minister for pensions reform talks about new proposals that could cut the value of some final salary schemes. Plus: how the worldwide rise in metal prices means some coins are worth more melted down, and Nationwide building society's changes to online security.


Money Box Live, Monday 22 October 2007

Presenter Paul Lewis took your calls and e-mails on inheritance tax, wills and estate planning, and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 20 October 2007

As lenders are warned to be cautious, is the housing market slowing? Plus: car insurance "fronting", reaction to the government's CGT plans and consumers rate the Financial Ombudsman Service


Money Box Live, Monday 15 October 2007

Paul Lewis took your calls and e-mails on state, occupational and private pensions and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 13 October 2007

We examined the fine print of the government's tax and spending plans for 2008-2009: what changes will we see to inheritance tax and capital gains tax? Plus: Tesco's property website pickle.


Money Box Live, Monday 8 October 2007

Paul Lewis took your questions about credit and debt and put them to this week's panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 6 October 2007

As the government challenges the Conservatives' tax plans, do the figures add up? An HMRC data breach leaves people vulnerable, plus: pensions, and loan rates rise.


Money Box Live, Monday 1 October 2007

Money Box presenter Paul Lewis took your calls on rights at work and put them to an expert panel.


Money Box, Saturday 29 September 2007

We ask - will ordinary Northern Rock shareholders ever see a return on their investment? Plus: PPI, powers of attorney and sell-to-rent housing schemes.


Money Box Live, Monday 24 September 2007

On Moneybox Live Vincent Duggleby took your calls on mortgages and the housing market and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 22 September 2007

The government's considering guaranteeing savings up to a new limit of 100,000, plus, what's likely to happen to UK interest rates and the housing market?


Money Box Live, Monday 17 September 2007

Money Box presenter Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts answered your questions about powers of attorney.


Money Box, Saturday 15 September 2007

Financial experts joined us for a programme dedicated to Northern Rock, who, as the Bank of England gave them emergency funding, asked customers not to panic.


Money Box Live, Monday 10 September 2007

Money Box presenter Vincent Duggleby took your questions on tax and self assessment and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 8 September 2007

The latest on the two thousand members of the Bangladeshi community who lost thousands of pounds after the collapse of First Solution Plus: HIPs and savings.


Money Box Live, Monday 3 September 2007

Money Box presenter Vincent Duggleby and a panel of expert guests took your questions on saving and investing.


Money Box, Saturday 1 September 2007

What does the stock market turmoil mean for our savings and loans? Plus: bank charges claims on hold, credit card customers with problems at hotels, and windfalls for Portman customers.


Money Box, Saturday 18 August 2007

In place of the scheduled episode of Inside Money, Paul Lewis presented a special edition of Money Box discussing the global stockmarket turbulence with a panel of expert guests.


Money Box and Money Box Live were replaced over the summer by Inside Money.


Money Box Live, Monday 16 July 2007

Money Box presenter Paul Lewis took your questions on long term care and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 14 July 2007

Are long-term fixed-rate mortgages a good deal for consumers? Plus: Tesco ventures into property, insurance on flood plains, and Standard Life shares.


Money Box Live, Monday 9 July 2007

Money Box presenter Paul Lewis took your questions on your credit report and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 7 July 2007

How will the latest rate rise affect your mortgages and savings? Plus: flood insurance, and Home Improvement Agencies.


Money Box Live, Monday 2 July 2007

On Monday's programme Paul Lewis and a panel of experts answered your questions on rights at work.


Money Box, Saturday 30 June 2007

What emergency insurance advice can you get if your home is flood damaged? Plus: Advice commission, and pre-pay energy costs.


Money Box Live, Monday 25 June 2007

Paul Lewis and a panel of experts answered your questions on general insurance.


Money Box, Saturday 23 June 2007

Are changes in the way card fraud is reported failing the victims of crime? Plus: buy-to-let, savings and Equitable Life compensation.


Money Box Live, Monday 18 June 2007

Paul Lewis took your questions on investing in shares and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 16 June 2007

We examined plans for a national pension scheme. Plus: Shared Appreciation Mortgages, advice commission, card repayments, and small business tax.


Money Box Live, Monday 11 June 2007

Paul Lewis took your calls and e-mails on credit and debt and put your questions to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 9 June 2007

People who lost all, or substantial parts, of their works pensions have celebrated some success following changes made to the Pensions Bill in the House of Lords. Plus: a tax clamp down, debt fears, credit card deals and bank charges.


Money Box Live, Monday 4 June 2007

Money Box presenter Vincent Duggleby took questions on student finance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 2 June 2007

There is confusion in the courts over bank charges. Plus: financial advisers' rules change, buy-to-let and saving for Christmas.


Money Box Live, Monday 28 May 2007

Vincent Duggleby answered your questions on holiday finance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 26 May 2007

Just days before Home Information Packs were due to become compulsory it was all change - again. Plus: bank charges, best buy tables and franchising.


Money Box Live, Monday 21 May 2007

Vincent Duggleby took your questions on saving and investing and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 19 May 2007

Lloyds TSB becomes the first bank to win in court after being sued by a customer for imposing supposedly unfair penalty charges. Plus we looked at: new paternity rights, Paypal and Eurotunnel shares.


Money Box Live, Monday 14 May 2007

Vincent Duggleby took your questions on pensions and put them to the experts.


Money Box, Saturday 12 May 2007

Interest rates rise to the highest they have been for six years after the Bank of England votes to lift them to 5.5%. Plus we looked at: a state pension 'flaw'; green energy at home, and the second state pension.


Money Box Live, Monday 7 May 2007

Paul Lewis and a panel of expert guest took your questions on ethical investing on Monday's Money Box Live.


Money Box, Saturday 5 May 2007

Can opponents force a last minute delay to Home Information Packs? Plus: M&S data breach; Shared Appreciation Mortgages, and energy prices.


Money Box Live, Monday 30 April 2007

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts took your questions about Home Information Packs.


Money Box, Saturday 28 April 2007

Will an Office of Fair Trading investigation end "free" banking? Plus: Inflation fears; new Airmiles cards; cohabitation, and Payroll Giving.


Money Box Live, Monday 23 April 2007

Paul Lewis took your questions on equity release for older home owners and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 21 April 2007

How far must rates rise to bring inflation down? Plus: Bank account discrimination; selling property online privately, identity theft, an a web exclusive on a Barclays ISA delay.


Money Box Live, Monday 16 April 2007

Paul Lewis took your benefit and tax credit questions and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 14 April 2007

A court bid to force a decision on whether bank penalty charges are unlawful is delayed. Plus: energy prices, consumer credit, car finance, and offshore accounts.


Money Box Live, Monday 9 April 2007

Money Box Live presenter Paul Lewis took your questions on mortgages and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 7 April 2007

Can banks be forced to explain their charges in court? Plus: a scheme to stop illegal lending, low income groups struggling to shop online and has financial scandal been averted?


Money Box Live, Monday 2 April 2007

Paul Lewis took your questions on maternity, paternity and adoption rights and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 31 March 2007

TK Maxx customers are warned they may have been put at risk of identity theft. Plus: a formal investigation into bank penalty charges is launched, and maternity rights begin.


Money Box Live, Monday 26 March 2007

Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts answered your questions on tax.


Money Box, Saturday 24 March 2007

Who were the winners and losers in this year's Budget? We examined the detail. Plus: RBS warns UK staff they must hold an account with the firm.


Budget Call 2007, Thursday 22 March 2007

BBC Radio 4's Money Box and You and Yours teamed up to answer your questions on the 2007 Budget.


Money Box Live, Monday 19 March 2007

Vincent Duggleby took your questions on renting and letting and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 17 March 2007

2007 Budget expectations. Plus: Data security; Home Information Packs; credit union current accounts, and Equitable Life.


Money Box Live, Monday 12 March 2007

Vincent Duggleby and his panel of experts took your questions on divorce and separation.


Money Box, Saturday, 10 March 2007

Customers of the Portman Building Society are told the size of the windfall they could receive if Portman merges with Nationwide. Plus: annuity taxation, shared ownership, 8% cash ISA war, and tenancy deposit schemes.


Money Box Live, Monday 5 March 2007

Vincent Duggleby and experts answered your questions about ISAs and other tax efficient ways to save.


Money Box, Saturday 3 March 2007

Could proposals to attract more investment firms to the UK lead to a major financial scandal? Plus: a leading charity is criticised; mortgage exit fees, and savings.


Money Box Live, Monday 26 February 2007

Paul Lewis took your questions on investing in shares and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 24 February 2007

Four people who lost most of their company pensions win a high court case against the government. Plus: Carer's Allowance; club membership, and bank charges.


Money Box Live, Monday 19 February 2007

Money Box presenter Paul Lewis put your calls and e-mails on fuel bills and saving energy to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 17 February 2007

The financial regulator fined Nationwide Building Society almost 1m following the theft of a laptop from an employees home last year. Plus: We looked at the buy-to-let market, adult financial education, and cohabitation rights.


Money Box Live, Monday 12 February 2007

Paul Lewis and a panel of expert guests answered your questions on pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 10 February 2007

More than half of all over-60s have difficulty keeping warm, research suggests. Plus: Bank charges; a tax campaign, and keeping your identity safe.


Money Box Live, Monday 5 February 2007

Presenter Paul Lewis took your calls and e-mails on credit and debt and put the questions to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box Live, Saturday 3 February 2007

Equitable Life; pension transfer warning; FSA fines GE Capital; council tax benefit, and savings rates.


Money Box Live, Monday, 29 January 2007

Money Box Live presenter Vincent Duggleby and a panel of experts answered your mortgage questions.


Money Box, Saturday 27 January 2007

Customers may be able to reclaim fees paid when they left their mortgage lender. Plus: company pension ruling; bank charges and Energy prices


Money Box Live, Monday 22 January 2007

Vincent Duggleby put your insurance questions to the experts on Monday's programme.


Money Box, Saturday 20 January 2007

Inflationary pain. Plus: bank fraud; National Insurance Contribution refunds and Individual Voluntary Arrangements.


Money Box Live, Monday 15 January 2007

Vincent Duggleby put your tax and self assessment questions to the experts on Monday's programme.


Money Box, Saturday 13 January 2007

Why have rates gone up again and what effect will it have on you? Plus: civil service pensions; mortgage advice; air passenger duty, and annuity taxation.


Money Box Live, Monday 8 January 2007

Vincent Duggleby put your saving and investing questions to the experts on Monday's programme.


Money Box, Saturday 6 January 2007

The new savings and borrowing deals on offer as 2007 begins. Plus: insurance in leased properties; care fees and premium bonds.


Information on programmes pre 2007

For programmes pre-2004, please use the Money Box search function on the right hand side of the Money Box website.



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