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Radio, TV And Podcast Interviews

Hello ladies and any gents in the house too. 

This page is where all manners of interviews will be hosted for your pleasure.


It is hoped that you enjoy each and every one of them.


If you would like Deborah to appear on your tv, radio or podcast programme, please feel free to visit the Book To Work With Deborah page.


This is the most recent radio interview with Deborah at Phoenix FM 98.0FM or phoenixfm.online. The interview covered discussions on everything from old skill money management, money literacy for kids and money and health.


Thank you so much.


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