Five pairs of celebrities are tasked with spending up to £10,000 of Dave's hard-earned cash in 24 hours. But not in the UK, oh no. They're sent to some of the most random places around the world with up to £10,000 worth of local currency, a set of strict rules and three contact numbers of local people who may be able to help.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 30 minutes
24 Hours to Go Broke - 24 Hours in Police Custody - Netflix
24 Hours in Police Custody is a British documentary television series shown on Channel 4. It primarily follows Bedfordshire Police as they investigate cases in Luton. The program is made by The Garden Productions, the same production company that makes 24 Hours in A&E. The first series of seven episodes aired in late 2014. Filming took place at Luton Police Station over a six-week period using more than 80 cameras. Channel 4 commissioned further series, with the second airing in early 2015. The sixth series comprises six episodes, and concluded airing on 26 March 2018. One of the episodes is based in Dunstable and another in Peterborough.
24 Hours to Go Broke - Series 5 - Netflix
24 Hours to Go Broke - References - Netflix