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Rich House, Poor House

  • Season 5
  • 6 episodes
  • Entertainment
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Episode 3: Rich House, Poor House

Summary

Single mother Andrea lives in a two-bedroom flat in Lambeth with her three daughters. Over in Chelsea, best friends Geeta and Harriet share a love of the finer things in life - including Geeta's £7million four-storey townhouse. The divorced businesswoman runs a diet clinic and practises what she preaches, with a strict routine of yoga and exercise. How will Andrea, who lives on benefits, find the extravagance of Chelsea living? And how will Geeta and Harriet cope with a quieter life in much more cramped conditions?

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rolename
DirectorLucy Chapman
DirectorLiam Nolan
Executive producerEmma Read
Executive producerDavid Emmerson
ProducerLucy Chapman
ProducerLiam Nolan
Series directorKate Roberts
Series directorSimon Greenwood
Series producerKate Roberts
Series producerSimon Greenwood

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  • Episode 3

    Rich House, Poor House

    Summary

    Single mother Andrea lives in a two-bedroom flat in Lambeth with her three daughters. Over in Chelsea, best friends Geeta and Harriet share a love of the finer things in life - including Geeta's £7million four-storey townhouse. The divorced businesswoman runs a diet clinic and practises what she preaches, with a strict routine of yoga and exercise. How will Andrea, who lives on benefits, find the extravagance of Chelsea living? And how will Geeta and Harriet cope with a quieter life in much more cramped conditions?

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorLucy Chapman
    DirectorLiam Nolan
    Executive producerEmma Read
    Executive producerDavid Emmerson
    ProducerLucy Chapman
    ProducerLiam Nolan
    Series directorKate Roberts
    Series directorSimon Greenwood
    Series producerKate Roberts
    Series producerSimon Greenwood
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