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Panorama - Credit Where It's Due


Business dragon Theo Paphitis asks if the banks and the government are doing enough to help Britain's 4.7 million small businesses survive the recession. Providing jobs for some 13 million people, they are currently going bust at a rate of 120 a day, according to the Federation of Small Businesses. In a bid to stop the rot, the government says it has ordered the banks to be more supportive, but what is really happening? Are Britain's small firms are getting credit where it's due?

Broadcasts

  • 2009-02-23 20:30:00 - 2009-02-23 21:00:00 on BBC One London, BBC One West Midlands, BBC One West, BBC One Wales, BBC One South West, BBC One South East, BBC One South, BBC One Scotland, BBC One Oxford, BBC One Northern Ireland, BBC One North West, BBC One North East, BBC One East Midlands, BBC One East, BBC One East Yorkshire, BBC One Channel Islands, BBC One Cambridge, BBC One Yorkshire,
  • 2009-02-27 00:35:00 - 2009-02-27 01:05:00 on BBC One South West, BBC One East Midlands, BBC One East, BBC One East Yorkshire, BBC One Channel Islands, BBC One Yorkshire, BBC One West Midlands, BBC One West, BBC One South East, BBC One South, BBC One Scotland, BBC One Oxford, BBC One North West, BBC One Cambridge, BBC One London, BBC One North East,
  • 2009-02-27 01:05:00 - 2009-02-27 01:35:00 on BBC One Northern Ireland,
  • 2009-03-03 01:35:00 - 2009-03-03 02:05:00 on BBC One Wales,

Credits

  • Participant Theo Paphitis
  • Presenter Jeremy Vine
  • Participant Theo Paphitis
  • Presenter Jeremy Vine

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