The Rest Is Money

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Goalhanger Podcasts

The Rest Is Money

4.3/5

Critic Rating

Robert Peston and Steph McGovern follow the money to bring you insightful stories from the world of business and finance. Who’s making money and who’s spending it? Who’s investing, and who’s innovating? How will AI affect the way we work and why are Saudi Arabia buying up sport? How can the UK economy recover its productivity and adapt for the future?Steph and Robert tap their extensive business contacts to answer these questions and decode the jargon to help make sense of the financial world.


Critic Reviews

Score: 5

Patricia Nicol • The Times UK Sep 17, 2023

"Already it’s shaping up to be an incisive, conversation-starting weekly show, perhaps more so for those who tend to find the financial pages a tad dry. It moves nimbly from the bigger economic issues such as why the London stockmarket is not the force it used to be to the everyday perils of buy now, pay later, for example. …"

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Score: 5

Edward Wickham • Church Times Sep 15, 2023

"The Rest is Money is a charming and informative listen, with nothing that will scare its centrist demographic."

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Score: 3

James Marriot • The Times UK Sep 7, 2023

"The Rest Is Money lacks the transgressive insider frisson of previous Goalhanger shows. And Peston and McGovern are a little too media-honed. They could do with a little friction. You feel as if you’re being presented with a conversation rather than allowed to listen in on one. It’s not that The Rest Is Money is bad. Not remotely. It’s a fun and compelling show. It is easy to listen to. It just lacks Lineker’s special spice."

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