The Money Programme looks at the burgeoning global video games market. The release of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for the Sega Megadrive - which has become the fastest-selling game of all time, and looks set to become the highest-grossing entertainment product of 1992 - has demonstrated that games are capable of usurping the sales of the traditional record industry. Is the entertainment market big enough to accommodate this electronic hedgehog and his video game kin, or will the success of electronic games inevitably lead to sales of other media dwindling? Peter Wilson-Smith asks Nick Alexander of Sega, business analyst Sophia Bergqvist, John Laidlaw of Our Price, Damage Management's Ed Bicknell, Gamesmaster presenter Dominik Diamond and BMG Chairman John Preston; will video games kill the radio star? Originally broadcast 29 November 1992.