Dirty Filthy Money

We are all living through extraordinary financial times.

The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth.

Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt.

She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

As we face the prospect of pay freezes and cuts, Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to discuss what a fair wage is; who decides the worth of one role over another; and why we struggle to disassociate money with happiness.

Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to discuss what a fair wage is.

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We are all living through extraordinary financial times. The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth. Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt. She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

A Fair Wage

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We are all living through extraordinary financial times.

The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth.

Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt.

She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

As we face the prospect of pay freezes and cuts, Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to discuss what a fair wage is; who decides the worth of one role over another; and why we struggle to disassociate money with happiness.

Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to discuss what a fair wage is.

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We are all living through extraordinary financial times. The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth. Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt. She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

A Fair Wage

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We are all living through extraordinary financial times. The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth. Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt. She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

A Fair Wage

As we face the prospect of pay freezes and cuts, Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to discuss what a fair wage is; who decides the worth of one role over another; and why we struggle to disassociate money with happiness.

. Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to discuss what a fair wage is.

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The recent VAT increase has dominated the political landscape and our lives, but do we really know where our taxes go and what impact they have on our everyday living? Lesley Campbell is joined by two studio guests to look at our often ambivalent relationship with tax, and the ethics of tax avoidance and evasion.

Lesley Campbell explores our ambivalent relationship with tax.

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We are all living through extraordinary financial times. The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth. Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt. She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

The recent VAT increase has dominated the political landscape and our lives, but do we really know where our taxes go and what impact they have on our everyday living? Lesley Campbell is joined by two studio guests to look at our often ambivalent relationship with tax, and the ethics of tax avoidance and evasion.

. Lesley Campbell explores our ambivalent relationship with tax.

032011021520110220 (RS)Lesley Campbell finds out how our values about savings and debts have shifted.

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We are all living through extraordinary financial times. The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth. Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt. She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

The days of easy credit are over, but many of us are now left with the consequences of the free-spending years. Presenter Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to find out how our fundamental values about savings and debts have shifted, and if the ethics of how we interact with money could be transformed.

We are all living through extraordinary financial times. The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth. Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings and debt. She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

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The days of easy credit are over, but many of us are now left with the consequences of the free-spending years.

Presenter Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to find out how our fundamental values about savings and debts have shifted, and if the ethics of how we interact with money could be transformed.

Lesley Campbell finds out how our values about savings and debts have shifted.

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We are all living through extraordinary financial times. The economic downturn has challenged our core values about wealth. Presenter Lesley Campbell looks at the role and ethics of money, exploring three areas where economics and our personal life collide: wages, taxes and savings & debt. She'll be finding out from the public and her studio guests whether our ideas about money are based on the right or wrong motivations.

The days of easy credit are over, but many of us are now left with the consequences of the free-spending years. Presenter Lesley Campbell is joined by two guests to find out how our fundamental values about savings and debts have shifted, and if the ethics of how we interact with money could be transformed.

. Lesley Campbell finds out how our values about savings and debts have shifted."