OU on the BBC: Money Programme

Updated Thursday 27th October 2005

Since 2005, The Open University has been working with BBC Two's flagship finance strand The Money Programme to get to the heart of the economic staories of today.

First broadcast: Friday 28 Oct 2005 on BBC TWO

 

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