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The story of how Charles and Diana Ingram attempted to cheat their way into winning the top prize on the quiz show, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"

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Charged with stealing a million pounds and persecuted by the public and the press, the Ingrams head to court; at first it seems the trial is a fait accompli, but as the defense's case gets underway, the jury learn there is far more to the story.
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When Charles Ingram, a seemingly hopeless contestant, returns for his second night in the hot seat, he is a brand new man with a brand new strategy; with the audience on the edge of their seats, Charles dithers and about-turns up the question ladder.
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TV producer Paul Smith turns "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" into an overnight sensation, and one family's much-loved pub quiz hobby turns into outright obsession.

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