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They wanted to know about Handel's money and how he made it, ending up with a fortune (maybe £3m in today's money) in financial times no less tumultuous than our own day. Interesting, and a programme rather different from my normal output on In Business and Global Business. For one thing, no carbon footprint was required. There is, of course, a torrent of wonderful music, but really rather few recollections of Handel the person. Born in Germany, he ended up spending most of his life in London after his employer in Hanover became George I in 1714. Children's Songs and Games. UK television adverts 1955-1985. Models 1: Europe's Leading Model Agency.