29 episodes

Colin Low and guests talk business, charities and investment, with money-saving tips too.

Suffolk Money Colin Low

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Colin Low and guests talk business, charities and investment, with money-saving tips too.

    From Suffolk to Sark: A story of adventurous farming

    From Suffolk to Sark: A story of adventurous farming

    Colin talks to Jason Salisbury about his family-run farms in both Suffolk and Sark.

    • 39 min
    Home-Start and the art of professional friendship

    Home-Start and the art of professional friendship

    Colin speaks to Tara Spence, Chief Executive of Home-Start in Suffolk

    • 54 min
    Extraordinary stories and educational causes

    Extraordinary stories and educational causes

    Conversation with Owen Calvert-Lyons, Chief Executive and Artistic Director of Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds. 

    • 45 min
    From Woodbridge to all four corners of the globe

    From Woodbridge to all four corners of the globe

    This week we have the pleasure of speaking to Lee Hunt, MD of Deben Travel. Lee’s experience in the travel industry is vast. His apprenticeship with Lunn Poly at 16 years old lead to a variety of travel roles, including working as a Ski Guide in Austria and Manager at Thomas Cook, before launching Deben Travel in 2012.

    • 43 min
    BDMLR – protecting our region’s aquatic animals

    BDMLR – protecting our region’s aquatic animals

    Jo Collins volunteers at the British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR), a charity which rescues marine life across the whole of the British Isles.As Area Coodinator for Norfolk and Suffolk, Jo is the first port of call when a member of the public finds a marine mammal in need of assistance in our region. In this episode, Jo tells us about the key purposes of the charity, what happens when they get a call-out and how their medics are trained to rescue seals, whales, and dolphins; plus occasionally the odd walrus!Like many charities, the BDMLR have faced many challenges over the last year, including a vast increase in humans and their dogs visiting our local beaches and, the devastating impact of plastic waste around the coastline.

    • 48 min
    St Elizabeth Hospice

    St Elizabeth Hospice

    In this first episode of our second season we interview Judi Newman, the Chief Executive of St Elizabeth Hospice (working across East and North Suffolk).
    Judi talks us through the purpose of the hospice movement and how St Elizabeth Hospice supports patients and their families throughout the experience of death and grief.
    She also speaks about the return of exciting in-person fundraising efforts that are on the horizon, including the ever-popular midnight walk and a fantastic art trail that is coming to our region next year.
     
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    • 51 min

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