Have you ever wondered how the other half live? Or dreamed of swapping a high rise flat for a country mansion?
Or maybe you consider yourself well off and would like to take part in a social experiment?
If the answer is yes, a new series Channel 5's Rich House, Poor House will soon be back on TV screens across the country - but needs British families from different walks of life to take part.
Rich House, Poor House follows two families, from the opposite ends of the economic spectrum, as they try out each others’ lives for a week in a real-life b'n'b arrangement.
They don't just swap homes, but budgets too, to see whether money really can buy happiness, and how important cash is to a happy family life.
You could be suitable for the show if you're weekly budget is either around £150 (considered to be in the bottom 10% of the country) or if you have in excess of £900 going spare each week you'd be considered 'rich' and in the top 10%.
The budget is calculated after housing costs and utility bills, but the figure includes all other spending; so everything from food, clothes, transport and entertainment to school fees and holidays.
'Heart-warming and uplifting'
Scott Thomson, assistant producer at Hat Trick Productions, said: "The ambition of the programme is to look at how much money matters to happiness through the eyes of the two families experiencing life at the other end of the wealth divide.
"The families’ perspectives give a thought-provoking and fascinating insight on how we live our lives.
"The series is insightful with genuine purpose but it's also entertaining, heart-warming and uplifting.
"However different their financial circumstances are, the two families in each programme have shared values and common ground that they discover across the week’s swap."
The first series of the show was such a hit, it drew in over 2.2million viewers per episode, and was the first series to knock Aussie soap Neighbours off the top spot on Channel 5 catch up.
Sharon, from series one, episode three, said: ‘’I can honestly say this is the best thing we have ever done; the whole experience was life-changing from start to finish.’’
James, who appeared in episode one, said: "What particularly impressed me is that the finished programme turned out to be exactly as describe, largely down to the honesty, vision and competence of the production team."
To get involved and to find out more, contact: RHPH@hattrick.com or call 0207 184 7716.
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