Money Talks: Episode 30

Money Talks: Episode 30

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Details

Location

Arthur Street, Belfast City Centre, Enniskillen Buttermarket

Year

1991

Date

Production 29/08/1991

Length

17min 22sec

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

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Description

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

This edition of Money Talks explores a warning by an American visitor, Ann Berry, who talks about the effect on Northern Ireland if GATT international trade talks should fail. In Fermanagh Lesley Black looks at a new craft centre in Enniskillen and seeks some answers to criticism of LEDU support.  Back in Belfast James Kerr checks out formerly busy city centre street which is now full of ‘to let’ signs and investigates the reasons behind this decline. Also in this programme, the team examines a technique for dealing with stress, a flotation chamber, and how this relaxing experience can help keep you afloat.

Credits

Presented by Lesley Black and James Kerr

Director: Will Armstrong
Producer: John Simpson
Graphic Design: Mervyn Lyttle
Desk Top Publishing: C.E.M., Computers
Camera: David Scott
Location Sound: Ivan Heaslip
Studio Sound: Alan Dwyer
Lighting: Fred Hopwood
Video Editors: Paul Clarke and Dorothy Parker
Vision Mixer: William Scott
Floor Manager: Alan Mackey
Production Assistant: Liz Stewart

Contributors: Cathie Britton, Gerry Burns, Chris Buckland, Gault Ervine, Jack Hood, Robin Thompson, Ruth Elliott, Feargal McCormack, Vona Tansey Lynn

A Brian Waddell Production for Ulster Television
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