When I lived in America, I listened religiously* to NPR's Marketplace on my commute home. They also have a weekend show, Marketplace Money**, that's a wrap-up of the week as well as an in-depth look at financial/economic matters. Before many of you start yawning, they cover things in a very topical, lively, entertaining, relevant and, importantly, light manner.
After last week's show I wrote in a comment about one of the stories and the producer wrote back that he thought it was a great suggestion. Tonight he called me and asked me to read the suggestion for the show. So, for the one or possibly two of you who don't already listen to Marketplace Money on the radio or by podcast, tune in this weekend!
Marketplace Money: http://marketplace.publicradio.org/episodes/show_rundown.php?show_id=8
*Purposely chosen for its incongruity
**I can honestly recommend listening to this regularly. Those who are into this sort of thing naturally will be all over it. But even if you're not, it's a good way to keep up with what's going on and maintaining your financial literacy without getting bored.
Shaun H. Coley
Shadwell, Tower Hamlets
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