Martin Lewis Money Show Live Itv

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Tyrion44 | 22:00 Thu 14th Jan 2021 | Media & TV
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I am sure that this show is full of helpful advice but it is impossible for me to follow due to the rapid speech of the presenter. I am now quite exhausted and I only tuned in because I wanted some clear advice on saving money on household utilities. Obviously not the right show for a bewildered pensioner. I will stick to Gloria Hunniford and friends.


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Its better than when he used to dress up a s Scrooge or a star wars figure or similar.
Try his MSE website instead -its excellent and subscribe to his newsletter
You can also sign-up for his weekly email with lots of up-to-date money advice.
// I will stick to Gloria Hunniford and friends. //

Er ...... !!!!
That's the problem with a live show...everything is rushed.
I used to like him when he read the news.
Grumpy - was that when he was Welsh?
I feel the same, i tune in sometimes for stuff that might interest me but loose the plot half way through, shame as its an interesting program if you can keep up.
Yes Wolf he spelt with a Y then not an I
Tyrion, try this website to help save on bills. I've never use it but it's supposed to be very good.
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Thanks for the links and advice everybody
Martin Lewis's bill switching service is supposed to be better than Look After My Bills as it covers more suppliers
I've got a question I want to ask for next week's show but no idea how to send it -anyone managed to get an email address to send it to?
The problem with this show is that they try to cram too much information in a barely 30 minute show, unless you record it you can forget various hints/tips/recommendations.

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