The second programme in the series follows a successful businesswoman as she swaps her Versace lifestyle for an area with some of the highest unemployment in the UK to meet people who've never had the support and opportunities she herself has had. Thirty-eight-year-old Kavita Oberoi is the epitome of the hard-working, multi-tasking millionaire. Worth £10 million, she juggles running a highly successful business with bringing up two daughters and running the family home. Living undercover in Ladywood, Birmingham, Kavita finds a neighbourhood where almost half the families survive on benefits, and is shocked at the realities of surviving on jobseekers allowance. Volunteering for a local project that supplies second hand furniture to people on benefits, she meets Sian, a young mother who has had a very different upbringing from the one provided by Kavita's supportive, close-knit Indian family. Elsewhere, her mission leads her to Sisters with Voices, a project aimed at educating local young women, in an area where teenage pregnancy rates are among the highest in the country. It's not long before she's scribbling on her cheque book.