Presenter, Money Box and Money Box Live
Paul Lewis has presented Money Box since September 2000.
He also presents our Wednesday phone-in, Money Box Live in alternate months.
Since he turned full-time to writing and broadcasting on finance in 1986, Paul has won numerous prizes, most recently he was named Best Industry Commentator in 2008 at the Daily Telegraph Wealth Management Awards.
Before joining Money Box, Paul presented Radio Five Live's early morning finance programme Wake Up To Money.
He is the author of Pay Less Tax and Live Long and Prosper and writes regularly for several magazines.
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Presenter, BBC Radio 4's Money Box Live
Vincent has been in personal finance broadcasting for 25 years.
He launched Money Box in 1977 and Money Box Live in 1990. He presents Money Box Live during alternate months.
Vincent has also written for The Daily Telegraph, The Times and The Independent.
His many awards include the Unit Trust Association Best Financial Journalist of the 1980s and the FT Harold Wincott Foundation broadcaster of the year in 1992.
As Editor of Weekly Business Programmes, Stephen has overall responsibility for Money Box.
He graduated from Leeds University in physics before joining Marks and Spencers as a management trainee; and then the BBC, working for 10 years on BBC Radio 4's The World at One and PM.
In 1988 he was given control of Radio 4's In Business programme, which he still edits.
Bob joined the Money Box team in November 2005.
He reported from more than 30 countries in five years as BBC Radio 5 Live's international roving reporter.
Bob has reported for many BBC Radio 4 programmes including From Our Own Correspondent, Crossing Continents, Woman's Hour, PM and The World Tonight.
Diane produces Money Box Live and has worked as the programme website producer. She also researches stories and background information, prepares briefings and finds interviewees.
Diane began her career at the BBC World Service before working on a variety of current affairs programmes including the Radio 4 debates and the Five Live Report.
She has also researched Nice Work, Lost Leaders and The Week on Radio Five Live.
In addition to the regular staff, a number of reporters work with us from time to time.