Coffee With Derek on IMAN FM 02/03/2017

My weekly radio show Coffee With Derek broadcast on March 2nd 2016 on Iman FM. Business Creativity and Innovation, a little music from Dire Straits plus an interview with Caroline Palmer from Raising The Baa – Leadership and Management training using Sheep.

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Radio Show – Coffee With Derek on iMAN FM

Coffee with Derek 13/04/2017

Programme : Coffee with Derek 13/04/2017Presenter : Derek CheshireGuest : Stuart Mcadiewww.imanfm.com

Posted by IMAN TV on Thursday, 13 April 2017

 

Every Thursday on Iman FM Derek Cheshire produces and presents the radio show Coffee With Derek. The show is centred around business and creative thinking but sometimes we wander a little off piste. The show got its title because at the start, Derek provided many creative techniques that could provided help and/or insight in the time it took to simply drink a cup of coffee.

The time changes throughout the year but currently the show is broadcast live between 1:30pm and 2:30pm BST on 103.1FM in Sheffield and the surrounding areas. If you wish to listen on the internet then please click here. Please be patient when doing this, the program is buffered and it may take up to 30 seconds for the audio to begin.

Many of the programs are also streamed live to Facebook and YouTube. By clicking on the image above you can listen to the interview with micro entrepreneur and Smart Coffee promoter Stuart Mcadie.

To see and hear more of Derek please visit the Video And Audio page of this website.

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Student Tuition Fees – Who Should Pay?

Who should pay student feesA new paper published by the Intergenerational Foundation this week states that student tuition fees are economically inefficient. The press release for the paper states:

A new paper published today challenges the current funding system in higher education, calling it “economically inefficient”. In the paper, Dr Kevin Albertson, Professor of Economics at Manchester Metropolitan University, points out that the public benefits of a young person’s getting a higher education qualification more than outweigh the costs, according to the government’s published figures.

The paper uses an alternative way of thinking about the economics and is a very good example of how creative or alternative thinking can be used to solve problems and change the status quo.

Click on the link to download the full press release and contact details of the author Student Fees - Who Should Pay?

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