Get Rich or Die Young
Richard Bilton visits Stockton, the town with the country's worst health inequality, to investigate variances in life expectancy between it and its wealthier neighbours.
Life expectancy in Britain varies dramatically depending upon where you live. The rich live longer and the poor die younger. Reporter Richard Bilton visits Stockton, the town with the country's worst health inequality. He investigates why people in the town centre can only expect to live to 71, while their wealthier neighbours a couple of miles away will live an average of 14 years longer.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Andrew Head|