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Bank of Mum and Dad


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2/6. Wannabe music mogul Hiten Patel dreams of establishing a successful recording studio in London, but has racked up thousands of pounds of debt in his efforts to produce the hits of tomorrow. Parents Suresh and Hansa have been bailing him out for years, so now it's time for independent financial adviser Lawrence Gold to come to the Patels' aid and put a stop to the spending. Can Hiten's long-suffering mum and dad stop their retirement nest egg from vanishing down the drain? Max Beesley narrates. Producer Dan Gooding ; Series producer Sally Evans www.bbc.co.uk/bankofmumanddad BBC Action Line: [number removed]09, calls are free The Inside Story: page 98


Unknown: Hiten Patel
Unknown: Max Beesley
Producer: Dan Gooding
Producer: Sally Evans

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