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Love Productions seeking high-achieving, high-income families for ITV documentary

PUBLISHED: 16:56 27 October 2014 | UPDATED: 16:56 27 October 2014

Love Productions who produce hits shows such as ‘The Great British Bake Off’ & ‘The Great British Sewing Bee’ are looking for high-achieving, high-income families to take part in a new ITV1 documentary series.

The series will explore how income affects our lives – from our lifestyles, homes and social worlds right through to our employment, educations, aspirations and values.

Families that take part we have their lives profiled – business, career, lifestyle and ethos – before taking them on a unique experience, in which they will adopt the life of a household on the other end of financial spectrum.

For one to two weeks they’ll experience a different occupation, income, lifestyle and home allowing them to explore important social and economic issues in Britain today. The producers hope to make an intelligent, insightful series that will provide a fascinating, educational experience for all involved.

Love Productions specialists in high quality documentaries. Previous productions include ‘Famous, Rich and Homeless’ which saw celebrities experience the problem of rough sleeping and ‘Make Bradford British’ which explored multicultural ideas of Britishness, This new series is intended to continue this tradition of thought provoking popular factual television.

If the above has caught your interest please do get in touch - we would love to tell you more about what we are doing.

Contact

Steve or Ellie - call 020 7067 4865, text 07747 308 459 or email otherhalf@loveproductions.co.uk

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