Manchester Business

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Steve Saul presents business news from Greater Manchester for Greater Manchester. News from businesses you know and the ones you don’t. Keeping an eye on the money in your pocket and making the financial world make sense. You can hear the full Manchester Business programme on BBC Radio Manchester 95.1FM Mondays at 6pm or via the BBC iPlayer.

Steve Saul with Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. Reaction to the Chancellors Autumn Statement, Electric Car showroom in Oldham, choosing the right software for business and making money from chocolate! First broadcast 05/12/11 Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester with Steve Saul. First broadcast 28/11/11 - Listen live www.bbc.co.uk/manchester - Two new major transport projects for Greater Manchester - Are our local bosses bad at managing their own money?
Steve Saul with another Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. Should businesses in Greater Manchester be worried about record numbers of youth unemployment, the replacement for Business Link and IT Risks. First broadcast 21/11/11 - Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on BBC Radio Manchester 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul with Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. Rebuilding business reputations following the Manchester and Salford Riots - How University tuition fees will affect business and part two of IT for business. First broadcast 14/11/11 Listen live on Monday nights at 6pm on 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul with another Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. I.T for business, new low-cost airline base at Manchester, new rail links to Greater Manchester and investment in Manchester Business School. First broadcast 07/11/11 - Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. First broadcast 01/11/11 - New Metrolink lines for Manchester, riot compensation, future of Manchester Airport. Listen live Monday nights from 6pm on 95.1fm
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. How the Bank of England make decisions about rates and inflation, Greater Manchester retail performance and a Lancashire supermarket chain opens in Greater Manchester. First broadcast 25/10/11 - Listen live Monday nights from 6pm on 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul from BBC Radio Manchester presents Manchester Business. Listen live Monday nights from 6pm on 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester - Chief Executive of Salford Council on Salford regeneration and the taxman is getting tough.
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester - Financial fortunes of Lancashire County Cricket Club, new sports store with a difference in Warrington, eco conference in Manchester, and apprenticeship schemes. First broadcast 26th Sept 11. Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on BBC Radio Manchester 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. High speed rail link to Manchester, financial performance of John Lewis, dealing with redundancy and how the cup of tea's making a comeback. First broadcast 19/09/11 - Listen live on 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. In this edition, the new enterprise zone for Warrington, unemployment figures and the spotlight on the economic future of Bolton. First broadcast 22/08/11 - Listen live Monday nights from 6pm on BBC Radio Manchester 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. How businesses in Manchester and Salford are coping after the #ukriots - Featuring Vaughan Allen head of Manchester city centre management company CityCo and Brian Sloan from Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. Economic spotlight on Stockport. First broadcast on 15/08/11 Listen …
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. Hear from Salford Council Chief Executive Barbara Spicer on regeneration, calls for transparency in low cost flight charges and the business of brewing and Real Ale. First broadcast 08/08/2011 Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on 95.1 fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. Greater Manchester mobile phone industry, the sweet business of making sweets and the economic prospects of Trafford. Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on 95.1 fm or www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. The CO-OP's plans to regenerate parts of Manchester with their new HQ, shops, office and residential. Chief Executive of Tameside Council on the areas economic plans. Listen live 95.1 on Monday nights www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents another Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. Manchester City Council Chief Executive Sir Howard Bernstein talks about their economic prospects, 600 new jobs for Greater Manchester and apprentices, but not Lord Alan Sugars. First broadcast 18/07 - Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on 95.1FM or www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. Manchester City Football Club sell the naming rights for the City of Manchester stadium to the airline Etihad. Economic future of Oldham, Made in Britain and checking on the success of the Wigan loyalty card scheme. www.bbc.co.uk/manchester 95.1fm listen live Monday …
Steve Saul presents Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester. The business of Belly Dancing! Peter Done talks about his business life and success. The economic future of Wigan. First broadcast on 4/07/11. Listen live Monday nights at 6pm on 95.1fm www.bbc.co.uk/manchester
Manchester Business with Richard Stead. Guests include Ian Perry from the Harvest Housing Group and Jacqueline Hughes Lundy from Olivia Henry Associates.
Manchester Business from BBC Radio Manchester with Steve Saul. Stockport college five million pounds in debt and their plans to help other businesses who have to make staff redundant. Business franchising, focus on a big Greater Manchester company, and the economic spotlight on Bury Council. First broadcast 20/06/2011 listen live …