Undercover Boss USA
2 Series, 28 Episodes
UK's richest people have taken on huge challenges in order to give something back to the community. This show returns to find out the difference made by six of the millionaires.
26-year-old millionaire Ben Way works as a volunteer youth worker at the Pedro Club in Hackney alongside its inspirational manager, Ufu.
John Elliott, 62-year-old self-made millionaire and lifelong supporter of the Conservative Party, goes undercover in Liverpool to change people's lives.
Multi-millionaire and 51-year-old curry house king of Scotland, Charan Gill, goes undercover in Thetford, Norfolk to see if he can find someone whose life he can improve.
Self-made man Paul Williams and his 20-year-old son live undercover as part of the community on the Thorntree estate in Middlesbrough, one of the poorest areas in Britain.
Steel worker's daughter, 43-year-old Emma Harrison goes to Dagenham, one of Britain's poorest areas and home to Europe's largest council estate.
Secret millionaire Gill Fielding undergoes a heart-warming and self-confessed 'life changing' undercover experience in London's East End.
Working-class northern property developer Chek Whyte, one of the richest men in England, arrives in Salford fully committed and eager to make a difference to some of the people he meets.
Millionaire Terry George made his money through the pink pound, running nightclubs and bars on the gay scene in Leeds, but now he hopes to make a difference in Penzance, Cornwall.
Property magnate David Pearl is going undercover as one of 700 volunteers who give up their time to help the medical staff and patients at the Queen Alexandra hospital in Portsmouth.
Multi-millionaire Mo Chaudry has lost touch with his Pakistani roots so how does he fare undercover in the Harehills district of Leeds, home to the city's largest Asian/ethnic community?
American businesswoman Margaret Heffernan exchanges her Somerset mansion for a flat above a corner shop in one of Nottingham's poorest areas in order to find some people worthy of her help.
At 30, James Benamor is worth over £70 million, though he freely admits that his own misspent youth was given over to drugs and crime. He goes undercover in Manchester.
Living undercover, sucessful businesswoman Kavita moves into a neighbourhood where half the families survive on benefits and finds out how hard it is to get by on benefits.
Worth an estimated £200 million, property tycoon Nick Leslau is swapping his luxury lifestyle to work with disabled people in Glasgow.
Marketing millionaire Carl Hopkins travels to the former mining town of Easington in County Durham, the setting for Billy Elliot and one of the most deprived areas in Britain.
Daniel Smith leaves behind his successful business and supportive family in Kent to go undercover helping homeless people in London.
Hilary Devey has built up a business turning over £100 million a year in the haulage industry. Hilary moves to Rochdale to see if she can help the impoverished residents.
Gavin Wheeldon who has made a fortune from a translation business returns to the faded North Wales resort of Rhyl where he spent his childhood holidays to go undercover.
Millionaire Caroline Marsh is relocating to Toxteth, a deprived area in Liverpool, and she's taking her 2-year-old son with her. She's surprised at how run down some of Toxteth is.
This special programme updates the stories of some of the millionaires who lived undercover in deprived areas and the people they helped
The former MD of Rover, 57-year-old entrepeneur Kevin Morley, is determined to venture out of his comfort zone. He goes undercover in North London.
Gary Eastwood's hugely successful scrap metal business is now worth 20 million pounds. For nine days Gary lives a secret life in Blackpool looking for people to help.
Jennifer Cheyne leaves her luxury lifestyle behind and goes undercover in Aberfan, a place that still suffers the after-effects of the closure of the coal-mining industry.
Worth nearly five million pounds, Jonny's got it all, including his own pub. For a week, Jonny lives in Sunderland, once a thriving community of shipyard workers.
Rob Lloyd is a millionaire property developer. For nine days, Rob leaves the property game behind to go undercover in the protestant Shankill Road in Belfast.
Martin Stamp goes undercover as a teaching assistant in Hull. He is stunned by the number of children dropping out of formal education.
Rob Calcraft, a flamboyant beauty industry magnate, lives undercover in in Barrow-in-Furness looking to share a little of his wealth with the local people who he's come to know and respect.
Former nurse Roisin Isaacs made her fortune in the healthcare industry. She goes undercover in Dundee to give something back.
Millionaire Liz Jackson lost her sight 10 years ago, but is determined that this does not define who she is. Liz goes undercover in London, where she confronts her own disability.
Kevin Green has built up a £9m fortune in property. He goes undercover in Barnstaple, a pretty market town that is also one of the most deprived areas in rural England.
Tony Banks' business empire is worth an estimated £50m. He leaves it behind to adopt a secret identity in Liverpool, but struggles with the realities of life on Anfield's tough streets.
IT tycoon Dominic List leaves his luxury lifestyle behind to go undercover in Peckham. He attempts to help some of the people who are trying to provide an alternative to crime and gangs.
Charlie Mullins has worked his way to a multi-million-pound fortune as the boss of a plumbing empire. He goes undercover on an estate in Warrington to meet people who may need his help.
Scrap metal tycoon Gary Eastwood returns to Blackpool to see if the £50,000 he donated eight months earlier is creating change. But Gary also has to confront his fears and painful memories.
London taxi baron John Griffin is worth more than £50 million. He goes undercover in Newcastle's Westside, where he looks for and is introduced to people who may need his help.
In this special episode of The Secret Millionaire, for the Indian Winter season, British Indian entrepreneur Seema Sharma leaves behind her affluent lifestyle to go undercover in Mumbai
Multi-millionaire Dawn Gibbins goes undercover in one of the most deprived areas of south west England, looking for people who may need her help, before returning home a changed woman
Multi-millionaire Paul Ragan travels to Derby. From the age of five, Paul had to deal with his mother's schizophrenia. Now he wants to help people who devote their lives to caring for others.
Iranian-born Jahan Abedi, who considers himself Welsh through and through, has made millions from property. He goes undercover in Leicester, one of Britain's most racially diverse cities.
Fil Adams-Mercer puts his success down to a strong work ethic. He goes undercover to find people who might need his help in Doncaster, reassessing his opinions about unemployment along the way.
Secret Millionaire David Jamilly travels to Redcar on Teesside as the people of the town wait to discover the fate of Corus, the local steel plant that has been earmarked for partial mothballing
Travel website entrepreneur and self-confessed geek Chris Brown confronts painful memories and undergoes a life-changing experience as he looks for people to help in north Manchester
Toy tycoon Richard North goes undercover in Cardiff to meet people who might find a positive use for his money and meets a man who helps him come to terms with a tragedy from his own life
Sixty-year-old dotcom millionaire Marcelle Speller made her fortune relatively late in life. She visits Plymouth, where 25% of the population live in deprivation, to find people to help.
Thirty-year-old self-made multi-millionaire Mark Pearson goes undercover in Nottingham, where crime rates are twice the national average, to find people he can help
Multi-millionaire Bradley Reback goes undercover in Brighton to find people he can help, visiting a homeless centre, a drop-in centre for the unemployed and other local projects
Having made his fortune in London, Gordon McAlpine returns to his Scottish roots, going undercover in Glasgow's Govan, where the unemployment rate is twice the national average
Tom Mairs, the son of a multi-millionaire, has become a millionaire in his own right. He leaves his home in the Wirral to go undercover in Bootle, one of the most deprived areas of Britain.
Ex-Para and Falklands veteran Tony Banks returns to the tough streets of Liverpool to see how the people he first met there are getting on and how they benefited from the money he donated
Paul Ragan fulfils his promise to return to Derby in order to look for new way to make a difference in the community he originally visited as a secret millionaire.
Dawn Gibbins returns to inner-city Bristol a year after she went undercover as a Secret Millionaire. And this time her youngest daughter's keen to get involved too.
IT recruitment entrepreneur Sean Gallagher travels to Middlesbrough to find people he can help, including a charity that assists people with a medical condition that has personal significance for him.
Simrin Choudhrie, who's seven months pregnant, descended from Indian royalty and the heiress to a multi-million pound fortune, goes undercover in Burngreave in Sheffield to find people she can help.
Piers Linney has been named one of the country's most influential black people. He goes undercover in a prison for young offenders, but can direct personal help to a prisoner ever be right?
Millionaire Lyn Cecil goes undercover to find people she can help in Islington, where, like in so many other parts of London, the super-rich and the desperately poor live side by side.
Sue Stone has been described as one of Britain's most positive people. She has made her money as a confidence coach and now she's going under cover to look for people who need help.
Computing entrepreneur Aria Taheri came to England from Iran when he was 17, leaving his family behind. He goes undercover in ethnically diverse Sparkbrook in Birmingham.
Celebrity hairdresser Adee Phelan, who has an exclusive salon in Covent Garden, meets the residents of Brooklands in Jaywick, on the Essex coast, one of the most deprived areas in the UK.
When Ivan Massow started work as a 17-year-old insurance clerk, he spotted a gap in the gay market. It has made him a multi-millionaire. Ivan goes undercover in Edinburgh's Pilton Estate.
Inventor Edward Douglas-Miller had a privileged start in life but suffered tragedy when one of his daughters died at two days old. Undercover in Norwich, he meets people overcoming trauma.
Lee Stafford, one of Britain's most successful celebrity hairdressers, goes undercover in Salford, where his experiences help him come to terms with his mother's cancer and his brother's brain damage.
Dr Chai Patel used to own the Priory Clinic, the centre often associated with celebrity rehab. Chai goes undercover as a doctor in Sheffield, to help people at the opposite end of society.
Mike Greene is a self-made millionaire who attributes his success to starting work at the age of seven. He returns to his home town, Peterborough, to see if he can change other young lives.
Charles Allen has been Chief Executive of ITV and Chair of EMI; he's on the board of Tesco and Virgin Media, and the Olympic Committee for 2012. Now, he goes undercover in Leeds.
Self-made millionaire Mike Holland goes undercover in Grimsby, where the organisations he works with help him deal with tragedy from his own family past.
David King is one of the world's most successful international theatre producers. He leaves his showbiz lifestyle to go undercover in Leeds, looking for people he may be able to help.
Matthew Newbury, who lost a leg when he was 15, is undercover at charities working with disability
Restaurateur Arfan Razak goes undercover in Oxford, where a quarter of the population suffer significant financial hardship. The experience leads him to question his family priorities.
Celebrity agent Carol Hayes travels to an East Glasgow estate where life expectancy can be as low as 54, and helps charities for local kids and people with early stage dementia.
Damage to Bobby Dudani's Computer Exchange shops in the 2011 riots cost him hundreds of thousands of pounds. Bobby visits Croydon, which was hard hit by the riots, to find people to help.
Philip Johnston was given up for adoption when he was six weeks old. He goes undercover in Swansea, where there's been a 55% increase in the number of children taken into care in 10 years.
At 24, world-famous poker player Andrew Feldman is the youngest ever secret millionaire. He goes undercover in Bradford where he faces up to the impact of his career on his life and family.