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Share Radio: Hpc-Sympathetic Broadcasting

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I haven't seen a thread on Share Radio, but discovered it recently after seeing an advert in Private Eye and was impressed by what I was hearing. Share Radio is a London-based internet radio station that covers money/financial issues: http://www.shareradio.co.uk. What impressed me upon starting to listen was that the presenters discussed banks creating money twice in the first few programmes. How many days, weeks, months, years of BBC programming would you endure before hearing that? They have several savvy, younger London-based commentators who are clearly priced out and rant about the folly of Help To Buy etc.

Anyway, thought it was worth a heads-up, as they seem to be much more in tune with the HPC mindset than the boomer-centric establishment broadcasters.

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Worth a listen, I've now been through a few podcasts and the live shows. Ads aren't too intrusive, guests seem pretty knowledgeable (more than me anyway).

I used to like the soundcloud podcasts with the moneyweek crew but that seems to have stopped. I also tried the bloomberg radio app but that was awful.

Shareradio can be downloaded as an app (Android for me). Its not as slick as the bbc radio iplayer but good enough.

I know many of you are BBC haters but the world service Business Daily and World Business Report are good.

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