Sigi Sternberg – the legacy
Dr Roger Gewolb talks to Tony Blair about the legacy of Sigi Sternberg.
Dr Roger Gewolb’s Showreel
A short taste of the broad range of media Roger’s work.
Dr Roger Gewolb gives an interview with Hope FM
Dr Roger Gewolb talks to the Hope FM about how to manage those post Christmas bills.
Dr Roger Gewolb gives an interview with BBC
Campaign for Fair Finance and FairMoney.com founder Dr Roger Gewolb talks to the BBC about fairness and comparison websites.
Dr Roger Gewolb talks with the Archbishop of Canterbury
Dr Roger Gewolb talks with the Archbishop of Canterbury about the need for fair finance in the consumer finance industry.
Dr Roger Gewolb talks with the Church Credit Champions
Dr Roger Gewolb talks with members of the Church Credit Champions Network about their work helping people with debt issues.
Sigi Sternberg Birthday Celebration 2015
Dr Roger Gewolb talks about the launch of FairMoney™ and the fair money.com website.
Dr Roger Gewolb talks to Alex Brummer about fairness in finance.
Gordon Brown pays a moving tribute to Sir Sigmund Sternberg, in an interview with Roger Gewolb about politics, the economy and fairness in all of them.
Roger Gewolb speaks with Lord David Hunt, former Chairman of the Press Complaints Commission, Chairman of the Lending Standards Board and one of our most senior and respected banking and financial services parliamentarians.
Sir Sigmund Sternberg
Roger Gewolb interviews “Sigi” in his home about his extraordinary life and works and his monumental contributions, especially in the fields of tolerance, fairness and respect for all.
Following presentations at LSE, RSA and Oxford on the publication of his hugely lauded book “The Haves & The Have Nots”, Gewolb interviews the renowned World Bank economist Branko Milanovic on the extraordinarily complex crisis of accelerating global economic inequality.
Prof Charles Kesler
Outside Parliament, Roger speaks with Prof Kesler, heir to the mantle of the late, great American Conservative intellectual William F. Buckley. Prof Kesler acknowledges the many gifts that Britain has made to American thinking and politics, but would actually like to give some of them back.