The Martin Lewis Money Show returns with an hour-long live special from the end of Bournemouth Pier, in which ITV's financial guru will try to show how to get a blowout holiday without breaking the bank. Martin believes the British public should get a better deal on their breaks, and will provide tips on getting cheap flights during the peak season, a clear guide to the best way of spending abroad and how viewers can get hundreds of pounds back when their holidays go wrong. To make sure viewers can also get bargain breaks without leaving British shores, Martin will be revealing his exclusive list of free and discounted trips that will keep all the family entertained during the notoriously expensive summer season. With the help of Ranvir Singh, viewers also will be invited to get in touch via social media, phone and email during the show.
Martin Lewis and Angellica Bell return to our screens with a Money Show Summertime special. Whether it's about the best holiday currency rates, the pitfalls of travel insurance or the confusion of car hire, Martin's on hand to answer those questions - and many more - live.
Christmas is expensive, but if you plan early for a financially savvy festive season you can save a shed load of cash. Whether it's getting extra money in your bank account or finding out where the very best deals are located, Martin Lewis has got it covered.
After an expensive festive season, Britain's favourite money guru Martin Lewis returns with a Bill Busting special.
In the first of a new series Martin Lewis brings his money-saving tips to ITV.
The financial journalist presents money-saving tips to help consumers cope with the current economic climate, offering expert advice on everything from premium bonds, student loans and tax credits to supermarket loyalty schemes and high-street shopping. With reports by former Apprentice runner-up Saira Khan
Martin heads to the Ford Dagenham car plant to advise workers on boosting their savings. Saira Khan learns how to haggle in stores - and how to challenge unfair parking tickets.
The financial journalist visits hospital workers in Manchester to explain how to claim back mis-sold payment protection insurance, and takes to the stage for a rant about spam texts. Saira Khan hits the racing track to learn how to drive and save money at the same time.
The financial journalist presents his guide to coping with the current economic climate, offering tips on how to turn shopping loyalty points into trips abroad and investigating premium bonds. Saira Khan finds out if she can make a profit buying goods from car-boot sales and selling them on auction sites.
The financial journalist and reporter Saira Khan climb aboard the naval frigate HMS Westminster to throw the crew a Christmas party on a budget. Plus, an experiment to test the theory that small children prefer wrapping paper to the presents inside.
New series. The financial guru and reporter Saira Khan return with more money-saving tips to help consumers cope with the current economic climate. They begin in Ripon, North Yorkshire, showing people how they can claim council tax rebates worth thousands of pounds by having their homes rebanded.
The financial guru is joined by reporter Saira Khan in Manchester to offer advice on finding and stopping hidden, wasted payments which can cost thousands of pounds. Plus, tips on how to deal with tax changes in April.
In an ISA special focusing on the new financial year, the presenter and reporter Saira Khan provide tips on keeping personal savings tax-free
The money-saving expert and reporter Saira Khan find five-star hotel breaks at affordable prices and take a class in financial self-defence
The personal-finance guru is joined by Saira Khan in Spain for an edition focusing on saving holiday-makers' money while they're abroad. Featuring tips on beating baggage fees, finding the best exchange rates, minimising car-hire costs, and cutting overseas call charges
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan reveal how to cut the cost of car insurance and reveal a simple trick to acquire free money from the banks
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan present cash-saving advice to help consumers cope with the current economic climate. This week, how to reclaim hundreds of pounds after being sold the wrong type of bank account, and a guide to getting refunds on the high street.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan present cash-saving advice to help consumers cope with the current economic climate. This week, how to significantly cut the cost of an annual water bill.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan provide advice on credit scores, including how to check ratings for free and acquire mortgages and credit cards more easily. Plus, another nifty way to get free money from the banks.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan meet people who have been refunded thousands of pounds after being mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI), and explain how to reclaim money for free. Plus, a guide to paying university fees. Last in the series.
New series. Financial guru Martin Lewis and reporter Saira Khan return to help viewers get the most from their money in 2014. In this edition they tackle post-Christmas financial blues with practical tips on how to deal with debt, cut monthly outgoings and stay in the black for good.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan present a comprehensive guide to energy tariffs, offering no-nonsense analysis of the marketplace and providing workers at a cereal factory in Northamptonshire with advice on switching friends and relatives to the options that are most suitable for them.
The financial journalist advises shoppers in Southampton on how to get compensation for delayed flights, and takes to the streets in a motorhome to get across his message on cheaper car and home insurance. Plus, Saira Khan offers tips on cutting costs without making lifestyle changes.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan turn their attention to property. With the launch of the Government's Help to Buy scheme and interest rate rises predicted, Martin provides tips for first-time homeowners and those wishing to remortgage, revealing how to find the best deals and save money.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan take to the streets in a motorhome to provide advice on cheaper car and home insurance. Plus, the latest tips on balance transfers, student loans and cutting costs without changing lifestyle.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan make some huge savings by haggling down prices on package holidays, and reveal how to get a good deal on hire cars abroad. The reclaim store also returns as Martin demonstrates how to get back payment-protection insurance for free. Last in the series.
New series. The personal finance guru returns with money-saving tips and tricks just in time for the festive season. The series kicks off on Black Friday with a look at not-to-be-missed deals, and the Festive Forecaster, predicting the start dates for high-street flash sales over the coming weeks. In Hertfordshire, Martin and reporter Saira Khan help a family carry out a personal stock-take of all their belongings to help raise money for Christmas, selling off old clothes, mobile phones, buggies and toys. There's also a visit to the Christmas Ideal Home Show with ideas on how to conjure up cash for the holidays.
The personal finance guru helps customers take on the energy giants, revealing that 3.5 million people are owed a collective £200million from their old suppliers, and explains how to get that money back with just one phone call. The Festive Forecaster predicts the date to look for deals and discount codes in December, and Martin shows how it's possible to buy high-street fashion abroad and take a budget flight back to the UK and still make a saving.
The personal finance guru investigates the rules surrounding train fares with help from reporter Saira Khan, and reveals a raft of perfectly legitimate tricks to save cash on festive travel, as well as season tickets in the new year. The prudent pair also continue their countdown to a cheaper Christmas with the final update of the Festive Forecaster.
Solving cash conundrums around the UK, Martin Lewis and Saira Khan set off on the first of their money roadshows. The personal finance guru meets a mother who has been secretly saving for her children all their lives, but now they are coming of age, can she trust them not to blow their windfall? Plus, tips and tricks to help cut costs going into the new year.
The personal finance guru continues his journey around the UK with Saira Khan, solving the public's cash conundrums. The duo meet consumers who are tackling their energy suppliers over poor service, explain how to fight back, and reveal the best deals.
As bills for the big spends of Christmas start to drop through letter boxes across the country, the financial journalist and his co-presenter Saira Khan explain how to maximise credit to cut the cost of existing debt to help ease New Year financial hangovers.
The personal finance guru continues his money roadshow with Saira Khan, solving the public's cash conundrums. Tonight, they tackle the awkward matter of managing family finances when a close relative loses mental capacity, and how to claim compensation from airlines for delayed flights without paying a middleman.
The personal finance expert helps viewers in Manchester decide if they should use their savings to pay off their mortgage, and in a guide to haggling techniques, he and co-presenter Saira Khan explain how a single call could save many people hundreds of pounds on the cost of broadband, home phone and breakdown cover.
The financial guru and reporter Saira Khan meet a couple with very different views on their money, and help them work together to reach the best outcome. The prudent pair also present a guide to cutting the price of holidays, from slashing the cost of booking to saving money on reaching foreign soil. Last in the series.
New series. The personal finance guru returns with money-saving tips and tricks just in time for the festive season, beginning with a look at not-to-be-missed Black Friday deals. The Festive Forecaster also reappears, predicting the start dates for high-street flash sales over the coming weeks, and Martin and reporter Saira Khan present a run down on how switching bank accounts could lead to bonuses of hundreds of pounds.
The financial expert and Saira Khan have more of the latest Christmas shopping deals, as well as news on help for first-time buyers trying to get a leg-up onto the property ladder, including how adding a bit extra to a deposit could save thousands of pounds in the long run.
The financial expert and reporter Saira Khan have details on how to get the cheapest EasyJet flights for next year, while Martin explains how simple it is to save hundreds of pounds when switching energy supplier. Plus, important news on how to keep savings safe when protections levels are reduced in January.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan with money-saving tips including how to get compensation for delayed flights, the cheapest way to get an MOT, and tips for under 18 savers.
New series. The financial journalist returns with an hour-long special set in front of an audience at a London dockside warehouse. He attempts to save consumers money on their energy bills, and with the help of co-presenters Saira Khan and Ranvir Singh, viewers will also be invited to get in touch via social media and email during the show to talk about their own switching stories. Plus, predictions for the upcoming Black Friday discounts Read more at http://www.tvguide.co.uk/titlesearch.asp?title=The+Martin+Lewis+Money+Show#HcMc2U4Tzzafjmvj.99
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan look at various ways to save money. In this show, they offer tips on how to get the most out of your savings in the wake of interest rate cuts.
The financial journalist is joined by Saira Khan to present money-saving tips to help consumers cope with the current economic climate, offering expert advice on everything from premium bonds, student loans and tax credits to supermarket loyalty schemes and high-street shopping.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan are here once again to make sure viewers are making the most of your money with some helpful tips.
Finance show presented by Martin Lewis and Saira Khan. In this programme, Martin and Saira reveal how to book a fantastic summer holiday at a great price, as well as rounding up the latest on cheap foreign currency, travel insurance and flights.
Martin Lewis and Saira Khan offer more money saving tips. In the final show of the series, Martin and Saira have new information on lifetime ISAs and tips on how a credit card can act as a guarantee. Plus they offer more out-of-this-world savings advice.
Consumer champion Martin Lewis asks why 60 per cent of the nation have never switched energy providers - they are more than likely to be overpaying on their gas and electricity bills. With winter on the way and prices rising, household energy bills are only going up. Martin and Angellica Bell explain how easy it is switch provider and save money.
Consumer champion Martin Lewis and Angellica Bell help viewers to make the most of their money. Among the topics looked at in this episode are mortgages.
The financial journalist and co-host Angellica Bell present a January `bill busting' special, answering viewers' questions live and revealing the best phone, broadband, bank account, breakdown cover and digital TV deals currently on the market.
Martin Lewis and Angellica Bell present a 'Credit Score Special'. If you are trying to get a credit card, mortgage or loan, you need to watch this show! Do you also want the benefit of all those store loyalty cards but without the weight of them around in your wallet? Fortunately for you, Martin has the perfect solution!
Martin and Angellica explain the benefits of having a 'Lifetime ISA' or a 'Help to Buy ISA' in this edition of the consumer programme. We also find out how you can do all your weekly shopping for less than ú2!
Over the past five years the financial journalist has been instrumental in the British public being able to reclaim millions back after being mis-sold payment protection insurance when taking out loans, credit cards or mortgages. In this edition, Martin reveals how people could still make a claim and be owed thousands despite not being mis-sold PPI in the first place.
With parents, grandparents and students all being concerned about a being saddled with a lifetime of debt, the financial journalist and Angellica Bell present a special edition focusing on student loans, revealing how best to plan, manage and pay for them.
This episode sees Martin answer the biggest question asked when the show is out and about on its roadshows - 'What should I do with my child's savings?' We'll also reveal how to get cheap life insurance, an out-of-this world method for deciphering those confusing supermarket deals, and a neat little trick to getting cheaper train travel.
The financial journalist and Angellica Bell look at the issue of council tax, revealing if viewers could be paying too much, due a refund or entitled to a discount. Plus, they reveal how to go about getting compensation for delayed trains. Last in the series.
With the Government announcing an energy price cap, the financial journalist is on hand with an energy special. He explains exactly how this limit will work and how it is possible to save even more money on gas and electricity bills. Plus, a fast food tip that will put pounds not just pennies back in consumers' pockets.
It has seldom been more difficult to get on the property ladder, so tonight the financial journalist is on hand to explain how it is possible for first-time buyers to still purchase a home. Plus, find out how to get hold of cheap theatre tickets and who in the household is responsible for council tax. Last in the series.
After the big Christmas spend, the nation's favourite money guru is returning to explain the best ways of managing your debt.
The financial journalist offers advice on insurance, one the biggest household expenditures, revealing how to avoid sky-high charges for car, home or life cover. Plus, a look at the best options for those who receive a large lump sum.
The financial journalist examines the hidden costs of going to university and reveals a quirk in the system that could affect the amount people get for their student loans - even after they have begun their courses. Plus, advice on claiming PPI before the deadline passes, and showing viewers how to make ensure they are not overpaying for holidays.
The financial journalist explains the possibilities of making a small fortune as a `comper', with one viewer reporting winnings in excess of £70,000 by regularly entering competitions in newspapers, magazines and online. He also offers advice on equity release.
The financial journalist answers the question he gets asked most as he offers advice on where people should put their savings in light of an improvement in interest rates Plus, a look at consumers' rights if a former energy supplier sends out a big bill six months after they left them.
The financial journalist reveals his five main tips about ways viewers could be claiming money back, including through the marriage tax allowance or the uniform tax relief. Plus, with the holiday season approaching, find out when is the best time to buy travel insurance.
The financial journalist has been talking about PPI for over a decade and so far around £15bn has been reclaimed. With the final deadline set for this August, Martin offers advice as he tries to make sure no-one is left behind and missing out on their entitlement to mis-sold PPI. Plus, a look at the pros and cons of the workplace auto-enrolment pension scheme. Last in the series.