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At Home with the Braithwaites is a British comedy-drama television series, created and written by Sally Wainwright (except for the final four episodes). The storyline follows asuburban family from Leeds, whose life is turned upside down when the mother of the family wins 38 million pounds on the lottery. It was broadcast on ITV and produced by Yorkshire Television for 26 episodes, from 20 January 2000 to 9 April 2003.
It's Alison Braithwaite's 40th birthday and her youngest daughter, Charlotte, gives her a ticket for the first ever Euro-lottery. Alison wins the jackpot: £38 million! She decides she wants to do something worthwhile with the money. She asks accountant, Pauline, and old friend, Marion, to help her set up a charity. Alison says she will tell her family about the win. She's just not ready to tell them yet.
Alison maintains her silence about her good fortune, with good reason when her daughters demand a share of some money she has been given by her mother. Alison recruits friends Pauline and Marion to help her sets up a charity, the Jane Crowther Trust, with her friends Marion and Pauline, so she can put the winnings to good use. Meanwhile, selfish husband David's affair with Elaine develops over a game of Scrabble.
Alison makes progress with her charitable trust plans. David plans to spend a night with Elaine, but ends up in more trouble than he expected when he finds it hard juggling the lies he is telling. Sarah is a success in her school play, however, when she reveals her true feelings for her drama teacher, she gets a nasty surprise when he turns out not to be gay, but to have a girlfriend and a new baby. Virginia gets mugged but reveals to her mother that she is a lesbian. Alison, on impulse, reveals her secret regarding her lottery win to Virginia, with dire consequences.
David ends his affair with Elaine, but too many people know about his shenanigans for him to keep it under wraps. Virginia takes revenge on Megan, and Sarah plays truant so she can be with Phil.
David and Alison are struggling to keep a lid on their secrets, while Sarah decides to come clean about falling pregnant.
With newspaper interest reaching fever pitch, Alison is forced to admit to her family that she won the £38million and used it to set up the charitable trust. Apart from Charlotte, they all want to get their hands on as much as the cash as possible. Meanwhile, Sarah comes to a decision about the baby.
Kevin Doyle(Mike Hartnoll)
Ray Stevenson(Graham Braithwaite)
Amanda Redman(Alison Braithwaite)
Lynda Bellingham(Pauline Farnell)
Peter Davison(David Braithwaite)
Julie Graham(Megan Hartnoll)
Sarah Smart(Virginia Braithwaite)
Sarah Churm(Sarah Braithwaite)
Sylvia Syms(Marion Rile)
Keeley Fawcett(Charlotte Braithwaite)
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