||Now more than sixteen years old, this page links you to an almost
complete archive of my writing from 1 October 1996, web from 2002, broadcasting from 2004,
and speaking from 2005. Historical material - pieces
for print publications I no longer write for - is at the bottom of the page.
CURRENT PRINT ARCHIVE
- Saga Magazine Money News and an in-depth Money
Works piece every month. Also 'Can You Claim it?' guide to benefits.
- Wilkie Collins Some of my published writing about
the life, work and times of the Victorian author
- Money Marketing I don't write
for it but I did respond to a critical open letter about me, Money Box and
- The Oldie Occasional pieces for Richard
- Radio 4 blogs Two now!
- BBCi website Frequent pieces based on BBC Radio
4 Money Box stories.
- Get your own back! A fortnightly tip
on getting money back, written for the Saga website.
- Saga Website a weekly comment
piece from April 2009 back to November 2006.
- Money Box e-mail news A weekly
e-mail sent to subscribers on Friday about Saturday's programme.
- VideoJug two short films on retirement
CABA talk for Debt Awareness Week on financial education, credit card
tricks, and payday loans
- headlinemoney Paper reviews
and a 2007 interview of
me by Roger Anderson
- Money Box and
Money Box Live
- Listen to individual items and read transcripts
- 30 April 2011 The
Death of Final Salary Pension Schemes - and what has caused their demise
- 17 May 2005
Sins of Commission
should the way financial products are sold be reformed?
Listen or read.
- 14 September 2004
The State Pension the award winning investigation into alternative ways to
fund retirement. Listen or read.
- 20 April 2004
The Price of Poverty the award winning investigation into the high cost of
borrowing for low income people. Listen or read.
HISTORICAL PRINT ARCHIVE
PLEASE NOTE The text stored in these archives may not be identical to the published
The text of the pieces you find on these pages is ©
Paul Lewis 1996 - 2011. I retain the copyright in all my work
(except the broadcast copyright in my work for the BBC).
Although you may use this material for your own personal information I
retain copyright in it and will pursue any breach myself or through the
Authors' Licensing & Collecting
Society or the National Union of Journalists.
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apply in full to them.
Sorry to be so formal, but I make my living from my intellectual property.
There are enough publishers who try to steal it without encouraging anyone
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All material on these pages is © Paul Lewis 1996 - 20011