This series of the Downtown Den Podcast is all about Winning Women, in this episode we revisit 2020 with Frank McKenna chatting to Gillian Keegan MP in the Downtown Den.
This series of the Downtown Den Podcast is all about Winning Women, in the second episode Downtown boss Frank McKenna speaks with the Leader of Manchester City Council Bev Craig.
The 2050 target is getting closer, but clarity over exactly what organisations need to do to achieve net zero carbon remains hard to come by.
In the first episode of the second series of the Downtown Den podcast, Frank McKenna speaks to Managing Director of Mansell Building Solutions, Angela Mansell.
The Downtown Den podcast will return in the New Year – with season two focussing on successful female leaders from across the country.
In this episode, Downtown boss Frank McKenna chats with our Political Editor Jim Hancock as he takes us on a whirlwind tour of his career covering politics across the UK for over five decades.
Renowned for his larger-than-life personality, in this episode of the Downtown Den, Pete Price candidly discusses both the highlights and dark times from his life and the lessons he has learnt along the way.
The chief executive and Group chairman of Downtown in Business Frank McKenna, and former MP and political commentator Simon Danczuk will launch a new podcast in 2023.
A political giant for more than five decades, the man who many believe to be ‘the best Prime Minister we never had’, Lord Michael Heseltine, joined DIB boss Frank McKenna in the Downtown Den this week.
Long-serving chief executive at Warrington Borough Council, Vice Chairman of Rugby Super League Club Warrington Wolves, and early adopter and supporter of Downtown in Business, Prof. Steven Broomhead joins Downtown CEO Frank McKenna in the Downtown Den.
Chrissie Wolfe is an award-winning solicitor, entrepreneur, careers coach and business consultant who has been breaking the boundaries in the professional services sector.
Phil Neville may not be considered to be one of the most naturally gifted footballers of his time – but few would claim to have been more hard working and committed than a man who played for Manchester United and Everton Football Clubs.