The fossils that are email newsletters, magazine subscriptions and radio shows have been eclipsed by the rise of the podcasts, with Apple and Spotify bringing you shows on everything from Atlantis to Auyevveda.
If you're a fan of the medium, give the following ten Chip-approved money podcasts a listen, and you'll be able to give Gordon Gekko a run for his money.
Produced by BBC Sounds, and featuring GH finance editor Kalpana Fitzpatrick as the money expert throughout the series, this podcast is aimed at a young audience, but everyone can learn from it.
Really informative and relatable, you will hear from ordinary people talking about their money issues and get answers to everyday questions about finances.
Kalpana gives her top tips and advice in each episode to host Bea Duncan. With everything from savings, self-employment to investing
17 episodes covering the basics; spending, debit, credit scores
If you’re interested in investing (or just looking to get started) this podcast will help you do it with confidence
Damien Fahy, the founder of moneytothemasses.com, discusses everything from the impact the coronavirus may have on your investments, interest rate predictions to Brexit.
Episodes range from five to to 45 minutes.
American Dave Ramsey's money saving tips are popular across the globe. He opens up some lively discussions, which range from whether you should pay children to do homework, why budgeting is not a straightjacket and how not to damage yourself in the name of generosity.
Stream yet another BBC podcast, Wake Up to Money brings you the latest news and views on business and the world of personal finance every Monday to Friday.
If you're committed to being across the market's latest, this podcast asks only 45 minutes of your day.
A weekly podcast produced by, shock, BBC, broadcasting the latest news from the world of personal finance plus advice for those trying to make the most of their money.
This is an easy listen for perhaps a younger audience looking to spend roughly 30 minutes getting up to speed with the UK financial climate.
The editors and correspondents give their authoritative take on the markets, the economy and the world of business.
Block out the diary every Tuesday for around 25 to 30mins, and consider you're self economically informed.
Behind the Money takes you inside the big business and financial stories of the moment with reporting from Financial Times journalists around the world, hosted by Aimee Keane.
What you need to know about money each week and what the news means for you. Georgie Frost and Simon Lambert talk how the US election will impact British investors, how Boris Johnsons decisions influence our mortgage and all the questions in between.
Peter Komolafe opens up the conversation about money by talking candidly and passionately about relevant financial topics from negative interest rates to mental health.
Tune into Money Clinic with the Financial Time's consumer editor, Claer Barrett, who's joined by a new listener every week with a new money-related question.
Should you pay off your credit card or buy a house? How can I get started as an investor? Barrett has your answers.
Remember your Capital is at Risk and past performance is not a reliable guide to future returns. The value of your investment can go down as well as up and you might get back less than you originally invested.