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Rich House, Poor House

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

Summary

Millionaire property developer Immanuel Ezekiel and his adult children, who reside in a penthouse in an exclusive area of London, swap homes, lives and budgets with single mum Amy Impey and her two kids, who live on the breadline in a council property in Boreham Wood. While the former thinks nothing of spending half the year travelling, the latter cannot even afford a day out in London. How will the privileged Ezekiels manage with a very limited budget, and will a week in property inspire Amy on to bigger and better things?

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DirectorLucy Chapman
DirectorSimon Bowyer
Executive producerEmma Read
Executive producerDavid Emmerson
ProducerLucy Chapman
ProducerSimon Bowyer
Series directorKate Roberts
Series directorSimon Greenwood
Series producerKate Roberts
Series producerSimon Greenwood

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  • Episode 6

    Rich House, Poor House

    Summary

    Millionaire property developer Immanuel Ezekiel and his adult children, who reside in a penthouse in an exclusive area of London, swap homes, lives and budgets with single mum Amy Impey and her two kids, who live on the breadline in a council property in Boreham Wood. While the former thinks nothing of spending half the year travelling, the latter cannot even afford a day out in London. How will the privileged Ezekiels manage with a very limited budget, and will a week in property inspire Amy on to bigger and better things?

    How to watch

    Loading

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorLucy Chapman
    DirectorSimon Bowyer
    Executive producerEmma Read
    Executive producerDavid Emmerson
    ProducerLucy Chapman
    ProducerSimon Bowyer
    Series directorKate Roberts
    Series directorSimon Greenwood
    Series producerKate Roberts
    Series producerSimon Greenwood
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