A radio station is launching a new property programme with a focus on landlords.
New LBC programme ‘The Property Hour’ will be broadcast in association with Direct Line Landlord Insurance and co-hosted by LBC presenter Clive Bull and Landlord Action’s Paul Shamplina.
The show will run every Thursday from 9pm to 10pm for 13 weeks starting this Thursday, 10 March.
The programme will include interviews with leading property experts, news and views from the week, plus a chance for listeners to call in with their questions and opinions. Listeners can also join the debate online using #LBCPropertyHour.
The show will also include a dedicated weekly three minute sponsored feature that will focus on specific issues facing landlords.
The partnership will kick off with a dedicated Direct Line Landlord Insurance feature during Nick Ferrari’s Breakfast show from 7am on Monday 8 March. Shamplina will chat with Ferrari about some of the key issues within the property market, highlighting why this show is so pertinent for anybody who owns a property.
Nick Breton, head of Direct Line for Business, said: “We are delighted to partner with LBC for its first weekly property programming. Given Britain’s passion with all things property-related, we believe the show will prove compulsive listening. As a leading provider of landlord insurance we were delighted to be able to support a programme that will discuss key issues facing this audience. From home owners, single property ‘accidental landlords,’ right up to serious investors with large portfolios this show will offer something for everyone.”
Founder of Landlord Action Paul Shamplina, said: “Having worked at the sharp end of the property industry for more than 25 years helping landlords with problem tenants, I’d like to think I’ve nearly seen it all, but still some cases surprise me. Education is key, particularly for amateur landlords entering the world of buy-to-let for the first time, which is why I’m thrilled to be co-hosting The Property Hour.”
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