Money Talks: Episode 19

Money Talks: Episode 19

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Ballyclare High School, St Mary's High School Newry, Ulster Television studios




Production 07/03/1991


25min 32sec




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 looks at a special report on the problem of privatising Northern Ireland’s electricity and the implications of this great electricity sale. In other news, the team visits Ballyclare and St Mary’s high school in Newry to looks at a scheme which has local business people volunteering to help young people to view their future careers with fresh eyes. Finally, the programme explores the question of future of horse breeders in Northern Ireland in the context of global recession and crisis in the Gulf.


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: Ramsey Nelson and Paul Wilson
Location Sound: Paul Irwin and Ivan Heaslip
Studio Sound: Gary Mawhinney
Video Editors: Paul McAuley and Phillip White

Contributors: Peter Doyle, Edmund Mahony, William Flood, Lois Eadie, Joe Magee, Florence McMahon, Maureen Stewart, Margaret Gray, Alan Henry, Michael Oliver, Eddie Miller, Sam Miskelly

A Brian Waddell Production for Ulster Television


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