Jenny Willott on Pensions Radio
I'm so pleased to be able to tell you that the Pensions Radio podcast that we recorded last week with Jenny Willott is now buzzing around the airwaves and just waiting for you to tune in to it. Jenny, as I'm sure you know, is the LibDems' Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions and we managed to get ourselves into her hectic Pensions Bill schedule to record this edition of Pensions Radio in her Westminster office.
As usual, Stephen Ballard and I used the time available to cram in as many hot pension topics as we could and, as you'll hear from the podcast, Jenny was good enough to go along with that and tell us her party's views on so many of the important issues around the new pension reforms.
We know BeeLiners get a lot from listening to Pensions Radio, so I just know you'll really enjoy listening to this one; I think it's one of the best yet.
By now I'd've thought you'd all know how to get to hear Pensions Radio, but Ms Bruun thinks I should go over it each time "just in case". So, and for the umpteenth time, you can get to hear this latest edition in a number of ways. Probably the easiest way is to simply click on the link (Pensions Radio) that will take you to our BeeHive Podcast Page and then once there just click on the smart little button you'll find there which will cause Pensions Radio to magically start playing from the PC in front of you. If you don't want to hear it then and there (maybe because the person sitting next to you is getting fed up with listening to pension podcasts (I know, but there are some strange people about; believe me)) then there's always the other option of downloading the MP3 file and listening to it later on. Alternatively, you could go to the Apple iTunes Store and type in 'Pensions Radio' to the 'search' bar. That will take you to our very own Pensions Radio page in the store and, once there, you can download this edition and any of the other 35 previous editions straight into your iTunes program. Plenty of BeeLiners tell me they do just that and then transfer the files to their iPods or even burn CDs to listen to while they're out driving around. Be honest, cool doesn't get cooler than that; does it?
But even if you consider yourself a no-hoper on the technology front, a category I'd probably put myself into I'd guess, there's another, less geeky way to get to hear the world's favourite pension podcast. At local rate cost you can hear this latest gem of pensions broadcasting over the telephone. Over the telephone? Yes, you heard that right; just dial 0208 099 3190 and Robert's your mother's brother. Couldn't be simpler.
Well, what are you waiting for? Time to get listening.....
20 November 2008
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