Money Talks: Episode 20

Money Talks: Episode 20

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Details

Location

Bangor Marina, Belfast City Hall, Carrickfergus Marina, Ulster Television studios

Year

1991

Date

Transmission 21/03/1991

Length

25min 15sec

Audio

sound

Format

1 inch

colour

Source

Digitised as part of the UTV Archive Partnership Project (ITV, Northern Ireland Screen and PRONI)

Courtesy

Department for Communities, ITV, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, UTV Archive, Waddell Media

Rights Holder

ITV, Waddell Media

It is illegal to download, copy, print or otherwise utilise in any other form this material, without written consent from the copyright holder.

Description

Money Talks with James Kerr and Lesley Black report on another busy week in the business world. In this episode, James and Lesley examine electricity prices and N.I.E. as details on the privatisation plans are published. Over 100 job losses were announced as a local meat plant closed down. The closure of Belfast abattoir (and few others) underlines the need to investigate the future for local beef processors. Lesley Black examines competition issues on Belfast Lough as now two marinas are looking for business.

Finally, Money Talks team looks at the rising costs of higher education and a financial problem of sending teenagers to university as grants, previously available to students, are frozen.

Credits

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, David Scott
Location Sound: Ivan Heaslip, Jim McGirr
Studio Sound: Gary Mawhinney
Video Editors: Simon Crook, John Magill

Contributors: John Adrain, Eugene Hasson, Alan Phair, John McCormick, Adrian McDowell, Campbell Tweedie, Andrew Jaggers, Jack Monaghan, Sam McNabney, Roy Bailie, Colin Campbell, Mark O’Brien, Conor MacCarrick

A Brian Waddell Production for Ulster Television
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