The City

Jeff Randall gets behind the scenes in London to meet the money men whose decisions affect all of us.

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Jeff Randall gets behind the scenes in London to meet the money men whose decisions affect all of us.

1/2. Welcome to the Jungle

From the traditional square mile to the gleaming new buildings of Canary Wharf and the boutique fund managers of Mayfair, Jeff finds the streets of London paved not with gold but with equities, futures and vast amounts of cash. He takes the measure of city culture to paint a picture of the metropolis in its own words at work and at play.

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Maxwell Hutchinson on Jesus's arrival in Jerusalem and his confrontation at the temple.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950105]

1: Gentlemen Capitalists. The City of London is a unique British asset and vital contributor to the economy, but how well has it served Britain and the needs of British industry? Will Hutton of The Guardian asks if we have paid too high a price for the City's success. Producer Colin Wilde. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950105]

Producer: Colin Wilde.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950108]

1: Gentlemen Capitalists. Will Hutton of The Guardian asks if we have paid too high a price for the City of London's success as a financial centre.

Repeated from Thursday

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950112]

2: Levers of Power. The City of London is a unique British asset and vital contributor to the economy. But how well has it served Britain, and in particular, the needs of British industry? Will Hutton of The Guardian reports.

Producer Colin Wilde. Rptd Sunday at 4.15pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950112]

Unknown: Will Hutton

Producer: Colin Wilde.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950115]

2: Levers of Power. How well has the City of London served the needs of British industry? Will Hutton reports. Repeated from Thursday

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950119]

The Great Divide. The City of London is one of the world's great financial centres but how well has it served

Britain? In the last of the series,

Will Hutton looks at who pays the price for the City's continuing success.

Producer Colin Wilde. Rptd Sunday 4.15pm

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950119]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19950122]

In the last of the series, Will Hutton looks at who pays the price for the City of London's continuing success. Repeated from Thursday

Genome: [r4 Bd=19950122]

Unknown: Will Hutton

01Welcome To The Jungle20080911

From the traditional square mile to the gleaming new buildings of Canary Wharf and the boutique fund managers of Mayfair, Jeff finds the streets of London paved not with gold but with equities, futures and vast amounts of cash.

He takes the measure of city culture to paint a picture of the metropolis in its own words at work and at play.

02 LASTFutures And Options20080918

He looks at history to establish why London has become so powerful a financial centre and examines how it may remain so.

The city is constantly evolving as new breeds are created and old ones disappear.

Jeff looks to the lessons of previous crises and the cyclical nature of markets and examines the big issues facing us in the future.