Sadly, the BBC haven’t decided to make a TV programme about this blog, but they do have a new money programme starting this week called Money Watch.
In the first programme (first shown 8p.m. Tuesday), the team look at the prospects for pay and employment, and how working lives are changing.
We’ve just been through the worst recession since the 1930s, wiping out chunks of the economy and leaving the country with eye-watering debts. Now, we’re told, recovery is on the way. But we’re also facing the toughest squeeze in generations, and are being promised job losses, pay curbs and years of rising taxes.
The panel of experts on their team is a bit of a Who’s Who? of personal finance heavyweights, including Andy Verity, everyone’s favourite money making saving expert Martin Lewis (no relation), Money Box’s Paul Lewis (still no relation), recession doomsmonger Robert Peston and BBC economics editor Stephanie Flanders.
Throughout the programme Martin Lewis will be offering his no doubt over enthusiastic advice to the “Money Watch family”.
Seen the programme? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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