Exploring concerns about ageing. In Brighton, Dr Rangan looks at the rise of the granny annex and how it could put an end to loneliness in old age.
Fiona Phillips and Dr Rangan Chatterjee present a series designed to help people to live longer while increasing the quality of their lives.
In this episode from Brighton, we meet the woman who had all her benefits cuts off when the council wrongly assumed she had died instead of her husband, and Dr Rangan looks at the rise of the granny annex and how it could put an end to loneliness in old age. Fiona road-tests the marriage MOT, designed for over 50s who are approaching retirement and want the state of their relationship looked at by a professional.
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|Executive Producer||Paul Connolly|
|Series Producer||Austen Irwin|
|Production Manager||Rosaleen Kane|