Money Talks: Episode 17

Money Talks: Episode 17

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Glenavon House Hotel Cookstown, Ulster Television studios, Ulster University Jordanstown




Transmission 07/02/1991


25min 44sec




1 inch



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Lesley Black and James Kerr report on news in the business world in Northern Ireland.  

This episode of Money Talks examines factors behind the trend of management buyouts, an increase in bank landing in the building industry and issues around clean electricity and anti-pollution legislation. Lesley Black also looks at competitiveness as the governments new economic strategy as it’s put under scrutiny at the conference of business representatives and trade unionist. Last but not least, consider the economic realities of pocket money. How much do you give? How much should you give? Are you being conned?


Presented by Lesley Black and James Kerr

Director: Robert Lamrock
Producer: John Simpson
Titles: Baxter Hobbins Sides
Graphics: Mervyn Lyttle
Desk Top Publishing: C.E.M. Computers
Cameras: Paul Wilson, Ramsey Nelson, David Scott
Location Sound: Ronnie Martin, Ivan Heaslip, Jim McGirr
Studio Sound: Alan Dwyer
Video Editor: Paul Clarke

Contributors: Tony Joyce, Dr Ben Wilson, Brian Morris, George Quigley, Terry Carlin, Prof Neil Hood, Prof Wallace Ewart, Walter McClay, Richard Needham, Jim Mawhinney, Terrie Harriott, Neil Simms and Glenda Reynolds

A Brian Waddell Production for Ulster Television


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