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Dragons' Den

Budding entrepreneurs, inventors and small businessmen (and women) pitch their ideas to the five "dragons" - real-life business leaders and millionaires, with real cash to invest in the ...

Genre: Reality

Country: UK

Duration: 60 min

Quality: HD

Release: 2005

IMDb: 6.9

Season 1 - Dragons' Den
2005-01-04
"Highlights include: \"The Baby Dream Machine\" - a machine that can be used to put babies to sleep, \"Art Out There\" - an events planning company and \"Umbrolly\" - an umbrella vending machine company."
2005-01-11
"Highlights include; \"Stable Table\" - a plastic device that can be used to stablise stables on uneven surfaces, \"Mandala Aroma\" - an aromatherapy company, \"Kestral Aerospace Limited\" - a personal aircraft, \"Grayers Limited\" - a female tailoring company, and \"musiccontrol.com\" - a music download service."
2005-01-18
"Highlights include; a Scottish castle renovation, \"Le Beanock\" - a suspended floor cushion, \"Outerbox\" - disposable outdoor furniture, and a three dimensional measuring system using a digital camera."
2005-01-25
"Highlights include; \"Maximat\" - an odour absorbing mat for dogs, \"Tattoo erase\" - a tattoo removal system, \"Destination London\" - a board game aimed at tourists, and a company who claim to be able to chemically boost the production of expensive, yet rare \"Black Truffles\"."
2005-02-01
"Highlights include; \"Slim PC\" - a PC designed to be smaller than a typical PC, \"Plant Power\" - an automatic plant watering system, Elizabeth Galton - a fashion designer who creates unusual jewellery, and \"AFrame Golf\" - an alternative to a golf cart."
2005-02-08
"Highlights include; \"Captivate Media Limited\" - a TV-in-a-taxi based media device, \"Snowbo\" - an attachment for a snowboard that turns the board into a BMX, a fold away storage box used to store household waste, and \"Wonderland\" - a new magazine."
Season 2 - Dragons' Den
2005-11-15
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2005-11-22
"The Dragons finally meet their match as clean shaven Jay Cousins brings his Orikaso folding plates to the foldaway table."
2005-11-29
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2005-12-06
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2005-12-13
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2005-12-20
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2005-12-21
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
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Season 3 - Dragons' Den
2006-08-03
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2006-08-10
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2006-08-17
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2006-08-24
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2006-08-31
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2006-09-07
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2006-09-14
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2006-09-21
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
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Season 4 - Dragons' Den
2007-02-07
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2007-02-14
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2007-02-21
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2007-02-28
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2007-03-07
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
2007-03-21
"Budding entrepreneurs approach 5 of the best business minds in the UK with the hope of securing financial backing for their business proposal. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door?"
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Season 5 - Dragons' Den
2007-10-15
"Fifth series of the show begins with entrepreneurs presenting the following business ideas:\n\n* While-u-wait gold plating service.\n\n* Cornish music festival.\n\n* Dried fruit & meat snacks.\n\n* Celebrity look-a-like business for Hen parties."
2007-10-22
"In the second episode of the fifth series, the entrepreneurs present the following ideas to the dragons:\n\n* Do-it-yourself Doll.\n\n* Toilet Training aid.\n\n* A 'bat guano' enterprise, offering bat dung as an organic, odourless fertiliser for gardeners.\n\n* Teaching aids.\n\n* Golf aids.\n\n* A wooden foldable ironing board.\n\n* Personal safety products.\n\n* A kebab aid.\n\n* Online Gaming alerts."
2007-10-29
"In the third episode of the fifth series, the entrepreneurs present the following ideas to the dragons:\n\n* De-tangling brush.\n\n* Cuddle dry towel.\n\n* Pop fastening underwear.\n\n* Take-away English food franchise.\n\n* Portable shower attachment.\n\n* Wheelie bin deodorizer.\n\n* Electronic luggage tag.\n\n* Concentration aids for children."
2007-11-05
"In the fourth episode of the fifth series, the entrepreneurs present the following ideas to the dragons:\n\n* Recycling products.\n\n* Easily carried spare shoes for nights out.\n\n* Film production of a vanity-published book.\n\n* Milk-fruit smoothies.\n\n* Teach yourself to be a DJ.\n\n* Car cleaning without water.\n\n* Car boot tidy for groceries.\n\n* Children's light switches.\n\n* Cushion that shades you while you sunbathe."
2007-11-16
"In this fifth episode of the fifth series the entrepreneurs present the following ideas to the dragons:\n\n* Entertainment technology company.\n\n* Inflatable key chain for boat keys.\n\n* Cream liqueur.\n\n* Online take away ordering.\n\n* Goal band for improving headers in football.\n\n* Children's show insoles.\n\n* Twin-peaked golf caps."
2007-11-19
"In the sixth episode of the fifth series, the entrepreneurs approach the dragons with the following ideas:\n\n* Stimulating Baby clothes \n\n* Shower system for hospitals\n\n* Caribbean ready meals\n\n* Musical extravaganza"
2007-11-26
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Season 6 - Dragons' Den
2008-07-21
"The sixth series opens with entrepreneurs pushing the virtues of tiny travel cushions, as well as a very nervous indie band and an ex-vacuum cleaner salesman."
2008-07-28
"A fashion proposal, something with sparkle, and innovativee in-line roller skates feature in this episode of the Den."
2008-08-04
"This week's ideas include an adventure park, some party products and a device to stop petrol being put into diesel cars."
2008-08-11
"A motorcycle helmet with a wiper, special men's underwear and an award winning accessory for your pram are all brought before the Dragons."
2008-08-18
"This weeks sees a new kind of whiteboard, hard hats and how to stop split ends."
2008-08-25
"Entrepreneurs bring children's shoes, a dating agency and a mobile alcohol breath-testing kit for corporate events."
2008-09-01
"More entrepreneurs face up to the Dragons including pre-scooped ice-cream, online antiques auction and fat-free curry sauces."
2008-09-08
"In the last of the current series, the Dragons are presented with a dog bowl, personalised audio greetings for mobile phones and a waste recycling business. In addition, a look back at how entrepreneurs from earlier in the series have fared."
2008-10-26
"Series revealing the lives of the Dragons' Den dragons. How did they make their millions? And what are they really like?\n\nIn the first of the five programmes focusing on the dragons, we are on an access-all-areas journey into the life of Theo Paphitis. We hear what Mrs P and the children, whose inheritance he keeps spending, think of him; we also get a quick peek into the luxurious lifestyle of a multi-millionaire businessman. While Theo rebuffs the notion that he is the classic rags to riches story, we gain a valuable insight into how his upbringing influenced his business career, get some tips on what it takes to be a future dragon and find out what his rival dragon investors really think of him.\n\nWe also discover how some of his most memorable Den investments are getting on, including iTeddy and Ben the Bin, as well as hear from one entrepreneur who accepted an offer from Theo inside the Den, but in the end chose to walk away from the deal."
2008-11-02
"In this episode, we gain unprecedented access into the life of James Caan. We discover why his daughters cringe at some of his appearances in the Den and get a glimpse into the jet-setting lifestyle of a multimillionaire businessman as he breakfasts with his wife in Cannes, checks up on some business investments in Lahore and gets an update on his latest venture aboard his own luxury superyacht, specially designed to meet James's meticulous demands. \n\nAs a private equity investor, James is a dragon both inside and outside the den and so as well as getting an insight into how he spends his millions, we also discover some of the secrets about how he made them, why he chose not to go into the family leather business and why he changed his name. \n\nFinally we discover what his rival dragon investors really think of him and how difficult it has been being the new boy; also, we catch up with some of his most memorable investments. Will his doggie treadmill earn him another fortune? How has Laban Roomes and his gold-plating business coped with James' attention to detail? And just four months on since shaking hands on the deal, has life changed for glamorous events company, D4M?"
2008-11-09
"Series revealing the lives of the Dragons' Den dragons. How did they make their millions? And what are they really like?\n\nDeborah Meaden is next up in this five-part series profiling each of the current dragons. Having made her fortune in the leisure industry, Deborah's back at Butlins, the home of her first venture into entrepreneurialism: a bingo concession. We find out from her husband Paul what he thinks of being married to a dragon; discover what it's like being the only female dragon in an otherwise testosterone-fuelled den; and hear from a former employee about how tough she was to work for. The answer? Very.\n\nWe also catch up with some of Deborah's Den investments and discover how the businesses are developing with a dragon on board. One of Deborah's most memorable investments, Sarah Lu and her You Doo Doll, has developed into a full range of products including a You Doo Dog. Deborah's killer heels don't get in the way as she climbs aboard an HGV truck with another den investment, JPM Logistics, as they ferry topiary elephants around London; and we're with recycling company ProWaste in the first few weeks and months of dealing with a dragon outside the Den."
2008-11-16
"It's Peter Jones' story next in the penultimate programme in this series. He made his money in the telecoms industry, but has gone on to become one of the most high-profile businessmen in the UK. With unprecedented access to Peter's business and personal life, we follow him as he visits 10 Downing Street for a meeting with the prime minister; at home with his five children; and discover how he made, and why he lost, his first fortune.\n\nWe also catch up with some of Peter's investments, which are among the most memorable in the Den. Both Levi Roots and his Reggae Reggae Sauce have become household names, but how much money are they making? And Hamfatter, the first band to enter the Den, ended up being able to choose between offers from four dragons. Peter won that battle, and we catch up with them all during the band's recent UK tour and discover whether their dragon backer has managed to turn them into a profitable proposition."
2008-11-23
"In the final programme of the series, it is Duncan Bannatyne's turn to open the door into his multi-millionaire world. Having grown up in the shadow of the shipyards of Clydebank, he makes an emotional visit to the local pub where he used to play dominoes with his father and talks about some of the events that shaped his life. We see a very different side to the tough-talking, plain-speaking dragon as he explains how his unconventional CV is ideal for anyone who wants to be a successful entrepreneur.\n\nWe are with Bannatyne's family as they holiday in their luxurious villa in the Cote D'Azure, track his business career to find out where he made his millions, but also discover that his straight talking manner is unsuprisingly not confined to the den.\n\nWe also trace some of his most memorable den investments and find out what happened once the deal was done - from the all-singing, all-dancing Razzmatazz franchises, through to the successful logistics company Igloo and the electrical wiring connector that is selling in the millions and has turned its inventor Peter Moule into a mini-dragon in his own right."
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Season 7 - Dragons' Den
2009-07-15
"This episode features Alan Mandel Butler and his company Apocalypse. The Den is the stuff of nightmares for most, but what reaction did they get once they asked the Dragons for a two hundred thousand pound investment in their horror-based scare attraction? The investors may be used to being the leading characters in the Den, but how will they respond to London-based Australian Katie Olver who has them starring in her personalised romance novels? Also featured in this episode are Aberdeenshire's Eddie Middleton and his eco-friendly patio heaters, a more cat-friendly collar, and a revolutionary new hat that makes your wrinkles disappear. All that and an invention that puts an end to nuisance phone calls."
2009-07-22
"What will the Dragons make of poker player JJ Hazan's proposition? Oscar-nominated make-up artist Beverley Binda wants to launch a new range of cosmetics for darker skin, and corporate team builders BassToneSlap from Nottingham hope to drum up support for their business by offering up probably the noisiest pitch ever heard in the Den.\n\nAlso fronting the Dragons are Scunthorpe's Sharon Wright, who has worked day and night on her own to launch her first invention in the UK but needs the Dragons' expertise to take it global, and trained barrister Adejare Doherty who pleads his case for his new range of eco-friendly disposable dinnerware. Will the Dragons give him the 120,000 pound verdict he needs?"
2009-07-29
"Launching a new musical is a notoriously risky venture; will Kent-based theatre director and former Pebble Mill presenter Josephine Buchan hit the right note in her quest for cash? East London brothers Oliver and Toby Richmond hope there will be no stalling when they ask the Dragons to invest in their car servicing company. A former GCSE project takes centre stage when Welsh student Emily Webb asks for 75,000 pounds to take her invention to market, and Rugby duo Frank Drewett and Lawrence Webb hope a Dragon's backing will help lift the lid on the potential of their wheelie bin accessory."
2009-08-05
"Can Tony Earnshaw and Steven Pearson make a clean sweep with their regional cleaning company? Karen O'Neill and Karen Coombes could be skating on thin ice by coming into the Den with their new invention to help budding Torvills and Deans all over the country; and will advertising consultant and budding entrepreneur William Sachiti get the money he needs to roll out his new litter bin that he describes as 'approachable'?\n\nFather-and-son team Phillip and Robert Pain hope that the well-travelled multimillionaires will fund their extraordinary multipurpose suitcase-come-sunlounger to the tune of 200,000 pounds, and Patrick Thirkell from Moray in Scotland hopes to catch a Dragon with his new offshore seafood company."
2009-08-12
"For Lancashire-based Paul Ward, the current swine flu pandemic has boosted sales of his bug-busting cleaning products, but will the Dragons be impressed enough to invest? Carol Savage from Hertfordshire hopes to cook up a frenzy with her online community for food lovers, and whilst the Dragons are no strangers to fine wine, can serial entrepreneur James Nash entice them to pour investment into his innovative single serve wine containers? Meanwhile, can jewellery and fashion designer Jane Rafter walk away with investment for her range of customisable sandals? Finally, the Dragons come face-to-face with themselves as a Midlands trio ask for 50,000 pounds for their customisable masks."
2009-08-19
"The economy may have contracted but the same can't be said for the Dragons' business portfolios as they pledge more money than ever before to cash-strapped entrepreneurs. But it's still their own hard-earned fortunes they are risking and anyone expecting an easy time is in for a rude awakening at the top of those famous stairs this week.\n\nIt's not easy when Deborah Meaden declares you've given possibly the worst pitch in the Den, but that's just what Manchester inventor Samantha Gore heard last series as her pitch fell apart. That hasn't deterred her though, and she's back again with another addition to her crime prevention business and continued dreams of investment. Fellow Mancunian and classical pianist David Schofield is hoping his youthful take on the classics will get a Dragon to finance his future recordings. Also aiming to succeed is Ronan McCarthy from Surrey with his 21st-century take on the shoe polish booth. Personal biographer Michael Oke hopes he can start a new chapter in his life and get one of the five dragons to back his publishing venture, whilst West Midlands duo Peter Neath and Ian Worton hope they'll stand up to the investors' grilling and secure some much needed cash in their sausage cooking accessory. Devon mother of two Nikki Povey brings along a couple of interesting friends in a bid to appeal to the Dragons' fun side, and London businessman Jason Roberts pitches his range of protective coverings for mobile phones and computer equipment."
2009-08-26
"Another diverse mix of businesses and entrepreneurs go before the multimillionaire investors.\n\nHampshire-based businessman Stephen Voller hopes the Dragons won't put the brakes on his new electric car invention, as he smashes the Den record for the most money ever asked for. But will he walk away with the cash?\n\nSerial inventor Michael Pritchard hopes to clean up in the Den with his revolutionary invention that allows every last drop of liquid to be used in household product sprays. Young Bolton entrepreneurs Umar Mohammed and Ahmed Suleman hope they'll get investment from a Dragon with their fast food curry trays.\n\nAlso heading up the stairs are London sisters Audrey and Sophie Boss, who want to gain lots of extra pounds from their new approach to weight loss. And there's a touch of fantasy in the Den as Norfolk-based craftsman Russell Bowlby pitches his range of high-end children's play equipment."
2009-09-02
"A husband and wife team from Warwickshire, David and Patti Bailey, believe they have every executive's dream, with a range of computer mice based on iconic classic cars. Ever wondered how to get the last bit of toothpaste from the tube? Susan Bell and Jonathan Jones have an invention that can do just that, and are looking for 75,000 pounds to take it to market.\n\nMichael Lea from Cheshire reckons that good food is always in demand, even in a recession, and wants a Dragon to back his novel hot and cold food van. Also, young Manchester student Vernon Kerswell hopes the sky's the limit with his extreme remote-controlled microhelicopters."
2009-09-06
"Featuring the team behind Ladderbox, sculptor Guy Portelli and olive oil man Michael North."
2009-07-13
"On the second stage of its tour of the UK, Dragons' Den: On Tour heads back on the road proving that, even in tough times, entrepreneurialism is fighting fit in our cities, towns and villages.\n\nThe tour heads into London for episode two where a visit to one of the most successful entrepreneurs not to get investment - Shaun Pulfrey and his Tangle Teezer brush. But will Duncan Bannatyne agree with Shaun that the Dragons got it wrong?\n\nTheo Paphitis opens up his contact book to put the team of his recent investment 'Ice Blading' through their paces, and Peter makes a play for Theo's title as the 'Den Destroyer' by getting physical with the products of Jason Robert's Tech21.\n\nDeborah Meaden investigates a change of business direction for one of her early investments 'Mix Album', and the team from Blindsinabox get some serious motivational management from a fired up James Caan."
2009-09-20
"This episode is already in Specials and should be deleted from Season 7."
2009-09-30
"This episode is already in Specials and should be deleted from Season 7."
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Season 8 - Dragons' Den
2010-07-14
"The Dragons are back and hungry to secure themselves the best deal. These are challenging times economically, but that hasn't deterred the nation's entrepreneurs from pitting their wits against the multimillionaire investors. In this series, a record number of entrepreneurs walk up the famous stairs to ask for an all-important cash injection that could transform their businesses and change their lives.\n\nThe rival multimillionaires may be used to the odd glass of something sparkling, but Devon-based vineyard owner Geoff Bowen hopes his unusual business proposition will tempt them into investing. Inventor Derek Cozens thinks that road signs are so last century and wants to drag them into 2010 with his new product range. Do Dragons have a sweet tooth? One 24-year-old mum from Preston, Kirsty Henshaw, hopes they do and that it's the best way to get the cash she needs for her frozen pudding business.\n\nIt wouldn't be Dragons' Den without a product getting tested to destruction, and calling a product 'safe' is like a red rag to a bull for one particular Dragon."
2010-07-21
"t's a vintage Den this time as London-based Angela Newman invites the multimillionaires to invest in her business which celebrates the glamour of a bygone era. The Dragons like their fair share of glamour, but do they like it enough to invest? \n\nAnother hopeful is John Jackson, a 72-year-old inventor from Essex who thinks the humble washing line needs a modern day revamp and is hoping the Dragons agree. \n\nAnd have engineers Robert Leeds and Guy Seymour come up with the perfect investment for the multimillionaire who has everything? It's an ideal fit for their luxury yachts, the biggest product ever seen in the Den and one of the largest investments ever requested. But will the entrepreneurial duo sink or swim?"
2010-07-26
"A Manchester-based entrepreneur thinks he has invented the cut-price alternative to a romantic weekend away - a rental kit that transforms an ordinary bed into a four-poster. \n\nThe bottled water industry is worth millions and Guy Jeremiah from London wants to tempt the Dragons with his green alternative - a collapsible, reusable bottle. The multimillionaires are usually all for inventions that save money, but is this a step too far? \n\nSam Petter brightens up the Den with her mission to get kids more active; and Lancaster duo Peter Harrison and Wesley Downham are hoping that their security company is a safe bet for the Dragons. Between them, they have plenty of experience in facing down tough characters, but will that help them hold their own with the Dragons?"
2010-08-02
"The Dragons have shown willingness to invest in the best business deals offered them, but they won't risk their cash on those without money-making potential. More entrepreneurs ascend the stairs to see what the multimillionaires will make of their idea.\n\nThere is an unusual visitor in this episode, as Monty the falcon accompanies Layla Bennett from Powys into the Den. The bird plays an important part in Layla's pest control business - but will he help her hunt down an investment? Lisa Marshall and Shelene Mitchell have an invention which takes the old-fashioned hanging basket to new heights. Now they need the Dragons to help their business grow. And can graffiti be turned into a money-spinning business? Tim Williams and Tom Hogan think they have the technical wizardry to make it happen - but the writing will be on the wall for the innovative pair if they can't convince the Dragons."
2010-08-09
"Paul Morris from Harrogate believes he's cracked the genetic code of an acorn to make genetically engineered pig feed. Is it a ground-breaking discovery or will the Dragons think it's all hogwash? Mike and Sarah Longthorn, and Laura Booth from Hull think they have the perfect welly for festival fashionistas braving the mud. Inventor Ehsan Yazdani from London shows off his portable mini gym for fitness fanatics on the go, but can he convince the Dragons that his business is in good shape? \n\nAnd if that wasn't enough, Reverend John Berriman from Cornwall has invented a new flavour of fizzy drink with a very unusual ingredient. It's time for a Dragon taste test - will the Reverend pass or fail?"
2010-08-16
"Another set of hopeful entrepreneurs pitch to the multi-millionaire investors.\n\nNorthern Irish mum Jacqueline McKay thinks she has the stress-busting accessory for travelling parents everywhere - a suitcase that turns into a cot. Businessman Stephen Maher has a shattering pitch that he hopes will grab the Dragons' attention and an investment in his emergency escape invention. \n\nPlus, Ralf Klinnert thinks his musical cones have money making potential, and the world's smallest car is in the Den. The Dragons might be tempted to a race - but will it be a race to invest? And, more importantly, will Peter Jones fit into it?"
2010-08-23
"Technical wizards Chris Barnardo and Richard Blakesley from Hertfordshire have opted for the traditional method of Dragon-slaying-magic. Will their remote control in the shape of a magic wand have the power to turn a good idea into gold?\n\nIntrepid business partners Letitia Valentine and Alex Lewis invented a new version of the foil survival blanket after a cycling trip to the Brecon Beacons. They've handled tough conditions before - now they have to survive the den.\n\nEdinburgh duo Sandy Maxwell-Forbes and Sarah McClean have a helping paw from their dogs, Molly and Womble, as they seek investment in their outdoor dog creche. And Alastair Heelas hopes to impress the multi-millionaires with his inflatable snow globe. Will it attract a flurry of offers or will he face a frosty reception?"
2010-08-30
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2010-09-06
"Young entrepreneur John Buni from London brings futuristic laser beams into the Den. His modern take on tailoring uses a laser body scanner to collect measurements for bespoke suits. The Dragons know all about fine tailoring, but will this idea measure up?\n\nA father and son duo have invented a plastic vest to help gym-goers lose weight as they work up a sweat. Now they want the Dragons to see the potential in their idea and help them gain the extra pounds they need in investment.\n\nPlus, a website venture supplying vehicle accessories is ready for the extra push a Dragon investor can bring, and serial inventor Solvej Biddle brings her latest innovative idea into the Den. It's a backpack that converts into a travel play-kit for children - a tough market to crack, but she thinks she has what it takes to convince a Dragon to help fast-track it to success."
2010-09-13
"Hoping to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Kirsty Henshaw, Angela Newman, Chris Barnado and Richard Blakesley, Ian Taylor rides into the Den with his mobile video advertising hoarding on a bike. He wants to expand his Wakefield-based business into the rest of the country, but will the Dragons see nationwide potential in his idea?\n\nOne of the Den's youngest entrepreneurs, 20-year-old Jessica Ratcliffe, thinks she's found a way into the lucrative computer gaming market with her online marketplace for selling and swapping used games. Now she wants to persuade a Dragon that they need a piece of the action. Plus another young but very experienced entrepreneur has an accessory that solves a problem all parents of newborns will relate to - how and where to change your baby's nappy in a public environment. But will the multimillionaires recognise the issue and. more importantly, will they spot a money-making opportunity?\n\nAlso, there's a round-up of the highlights from the series."
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Season 9 - Dragons' Den
2011-07-31
"It may be a time of austerity in the UK but not so in the Dragons' Den... business is booming as the self-made multimillionaires return to the screen, ready to boost the economy by investing in the brightest and best of Britain's entrepreneurs.\n\nWhilst the rules of the series remain the same, you will notice one change... the arrival of new Dragon Hilary Devey, who joins the line-up of the five fearsome financiers. Having scrimped, saved and self-sacrificed in the haulage industry to make her own fortune, Hilary has her own views on the products and businesses brought before her, and she's more than happy to take on her rivals in order to get the best deal.\n\n34-year-old Georgette Hewitt, from Kent, finds out exactly how nerve-wracking it can be to climb those famous stairs and pitch to the Dragons. It's a real battle to compose her nerves, but one she must win in order to tempt the multimillionaires to invest in her answer to a common birthday party headache familiar to all parents. Entrepreneurs often take advantage of the latest government schemes and incentives when building their business, which is exactly what Chris Hopkins from Yorkshire has done by capitalising on the solar power feed-in tariff. But when a Dragon knows your industry inside out it's not always what you want. Add into the mix the most unusual use you could ever think of for a plastic egg, a circus act that's sure to go with a bang, and a mind coaching massage service, and you've got a formidable showcase of the Great British spirit of invention and innovation.\n\nAs ever Evan Davis is on hand to dissect the events, with further action and reaction available through the Red Button."
2011-08-07
"Dragons' Den continues with eight more intrepid entrepreneurs pitching Britain's brightest ideas to the multimillionaire investors. Will any of them manage to make the Dragons part with their cash?\n\nTonight's episode sees Londoners Krissy Sims and Kerry O'Brien AKA DJ Trickles and Lady MC enter the Den with a state-of-the-art turntable extravaganza in the back of their 4x4. The Dragons are often happy to demo a product but it is the business and how it makes money that remains their ultimate concern. Husband and wife team Liz and Alan Colleran from Dewsbury may be pitching their comfy caravan product - but will their Den experience be quite so luxurious and comfortable?\n\nElsewhere, an Englishman, a Norwegian and a Scot walk into the Den. Shades for canines are on offer, there's an inflatable car-based device like you have never seen before and a Kent-based entrepreneur thinks honesty is the best policy when pitching without a formal business plan - but with an offer to help everyone get the perfect looking body for just 20 pounds.\n\nWith further interviews and reaction available via the Red Button at the end of the programme."
2011-08-14
"It's a Den full of family businesses. Tim and Meena Kalia and their business partner Tricia Tierney try to talk the Dragons into investing in their innovative litter trays for dogs. The Den is taken over by a pirate, a street urchin and a hippy as Peter and Michelle Hart, plus five of their seven children, pitch their fancy dress business; but is their dream of investment pure fantasy? Brothers Jim and Richard George from Malvern believe they're in a strong position with their fence preservation company which is already trading. The business-savvy siblings have a deal in mind - but will the offer they're holding out for materialize?\n\nOthers looking for Dragon investment include an 'all you can drink' membership club, an exercise suit that claims to burn extra calories, and some giant knitting needles."
2011-08-21
"Some of the nations' budding businessmen and women have already entered the Den, but so far not all of their products and inventions have received a rave reception. This episode sees more intrepid entrepreneurs climb the stairs in the hope of realising their own investment dreams. Numbers are crunched and ideas are interrogated as the five fearsome Dragons weigh up which side of the coin their decision to invest will come down on.\n\nA former disc jockey has a strategy, dress to impress to catch the attention of an investor. The DJ may have worn a DJ, but is that all it takes to part a Dragon from their cash? A Londoner hopes to alleviate a common worry for holidaymakers by locking up their valuables, but with just 5 per cent of his company on offer, can he guarantee a valuable return? Monterrey-born Marcela Flores Newburn pitches her Mexican food range complete with a full mariachi band, another budding entrepreneur asks the multi-millionaires to think of their homes, not as houses but as a source of income, and a former hairdresser has a product that makes money from thin air, but does he have the business plan to match?"
2011-08-28
"Dragons' Den is once more open for business, with the five multimillionaire investors ready and willing to invest in Britain's best commercial prospects.\n\nThis time all the world's a stage and the Dragons merely players when two business partners from Lincolnshire pitch their pantomime company. But by turning the Den into a makeshift theatre, can they prove that show business and financial business really do mix?\n\nElsewhere, one entrepreneur uses his pitch to tell the Dragons a story about growing up in South Africa, rather than concentrating on facts and figures, but how will that go down with the multimillionaires?\n\nPlus two joggers enter the Den to pitch their fast-paced delivery service; and a young mum offers a solution to everyone's outdoor toilet needs."
2011-09-04
"Profitability and bottom line are back on the agenda as more business proposals are pitched to five of the most successful commercial brains in Britain. Each of the entrepreneurs entering the Den are hoping to convince the multimillionaires that their business is worthy of financial backing, but as well as a good product it takes steel and determination to secure the Dragons' cash.\n\nThere are mixed fortunes in the Den this time as fashion-conscious twins try to persuade the Dragons to buy into their clothing range, a Teesside-based entrepreneur has a run-in with the investors over his decision to separate out the assets in his company, and a former firefighter asks the Dragons to invest in a car that thinks it's a bike.\n\nOne multimillionaire also gets their feet wet while trying out a beauty treatment administered by fish, but will a bit of Dragon pampering lead to a clean sweep of offers?"
2011-09-12
"This week, a former milkman pitches his balance bike business accompanied by his three-year-old daughter, will a little person in the Den help persuade the Dragons to invest? Three London-based friends present their hands-free pint-pulling product, and a grandmother from the Isle of Wight, demonstrates a modern take on the ancient Greek practice of swinging... There's also a potential solution to help aid a common problem experienced by babies...nasal mucus extraction."
2011-09-19
"Two entrepreneurs have a plan to revolutionise the UK housing market, while another pair hope their unusual garden pods will persuade the Dragons to part with their cash. Elsewhere, a husband and wife team believe they have created a must-have accessory for women, and two of the youngest-ever participants enter the Den to pitch their record label. Presented by Evan Davis."
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Season 10 - Dragons' Den
2012-09-09
"A former professional boxer spars with the Dragons, charming them with his no-nonsense pitching style, and isn't afraid to get down and give them twenty. A twenty-seven-year-old from County Down faces some tough questions over his valuation at ten times the revenue he is forecasting, not a thing that traditionally endears an entrepreneur to an investor.\n\nAnd it's all too much for one emotional entrepreneur who struggles to hold back the tears when pitching her new hairstyling concept.\n\nPlus, a Warrington-based chip shop owner showers the Den in confetti, three friends from North London perfect the art of miming in their pitch, and the multimillionaire investors find themselves singing about vegetables."
2012-09-16
"A Welsh grandmother has the Dragons in fits of laughter as she cooks up a storm and offers a percentage in her food loving website. Usual Den rules are blown out the window when a Tyneside couple pitch their innovative haircare brand for children, and the man who has built the world's biggest sand sofa tries his luck for investment.\n\nElsewhere, Peter Jones tries out an interactive game in a urinal, Deborah Meaden tries lava bread for the first time and Hilary Devey reveals what a multimillionaire's horse eats for breakfast."
2012-09-23
"Eight more intrepid entrepreneurs brave the Den hoping to gain a major cash boost for their business idea. It's a tense place to pitch with so much at stake, and these Dragons are famously hard to impress. The hopefuls will need to hold their nerve if they wish to succeed in getting the investment they require to take their business to the next level.\n\nA horror story writer attempts to scare the Dragons into investing, but doesn't quite get the reaction he expects, in fact it's a reaction never before seen in the Den. There's a blast from the past as two Mancunian sisters who first walked up those infamous stairs back in 2005, are now asking for investment in their new gluten free oriental dipping sauce range, but will it be a case of better luck second time around? And with the kids all back at school, two friends hope now is the right time for investment in their innovative children's backpack designs - have they got what it takes to part five of Britain's most successful business men and women from their hard-earned cash?\n\nAlso pitching to the multimillionaire investors is a Northern Irish inventor with his unique range of wearable luggage, and love is in the air when two Dragons tie the knot using a rather unusual vending machine."
2012-09-30
"The Dragons' competitive natures are put to the test when the Den is turned into a game show set, as a former chat show host seeks investment for her television quiz idea. Although she has experience in this area, will the Dragons think the price is right? A 22-year-old student from Bolton surprises the Dragons with his unbridled enthusiasm for the UK's car parking industry, and a father and son from Yorkshire cause consternation among the multimillionaire investors with their firm, no-nonsense negotiating style. Also pitching for investment in the Den are a samba band, flowering tea and a man washing his hair with the help of a fully working shower."
2012-10-07
"Two graduates aim to impress the Dragons with their update to a 200-year-old invention, a product they believe creates a whole new way of advertising on Britain's streets. Will the pair's futuristic demonstration be enough to secure the cash they desperately need, or will the investors spot a fatal flaw? A beauty lover from Birmingham pitches possibly the smallest product ever seen in the Den, and a Lancastrian father of three has some explaining to do when his business building wooden huts comes under close scrutiny from the five multimillionaires. Other ideas seeking investment in Den include a multi-directional paint brush, a solution to the troublesome problem of 'pillow slippage' and a taxi driver's security invention, which is put through the Theo Paphitis break test."
2012-10-14
"It is another busy week in the Den as eight more entrepreneurs pitch to the Dragons for a cash injection in their money-making ideas. Often, a visual aid helps get across what is being pitched, and this time there is a plethora of props to help the multimillionaires understand the commercial potential of the businesses on offer. A ballroom dancer turned inventor brings a bit of sparkle into the Den via a tango and a glitter ball; Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones crawl into a new concept for the camping industry; and a labrador called Margot helps to sell the idea of doggy ice cream. Also in the Den: a world kickboxing champion, two Welshmen with their celebrity-backed toffee vodka, and three friends from London who hope to capitalise on empty loft space."
2012-10-21
"Dragons' Den is where life-changing business deals are made. The five multimillionaire investors are looking for the next big money-making ventures, so any attempt by an entrepreneur to deflect a question or change the subject can lead to some choice words and a quick exit. This week in particular the Dragons seem to have got out of their million pound beds on the wrong side. Tempers flare when one entrepreneur offers just one per cent of his business, valuing it at 15 million pounds; hackles are raised by a toastmaster from Staffordshire looking for investment in his 'male intimate wipes'; and the Dragons live up to their name when deciding whether to invest in an online store for second-hand goods. But can any turn it round and secure the investment they need? Also facing the Dragons are a TV stuntman pitching his horror-themed paintball experience, a husband and wife with a new DIY product and a man from Birmingham who believes his darts invention is a world first."
2012-10-28
"The Den is down a Dragon as Hilary Devey is temporarily absent, however while only four multimillionaire investors preside over proceedings, they are as keen as ever to find the next big thing to back with their hard-earned cash. In this episode recorded before his own heart scare, Duncan Bannatyne and his rival Dragons get to see how a doctor, a nurse and a paramedic would treat a cardiac arrest in the Den. Plus a nervous Aldershot butcher seeks investment in his award-winning sausages, and a father and daughter team from Hertfordshire showcase their troop of drummers. Also in the Den, a first time inventor advises how to keep dry while cleaning your car wheels, a former teacher asks the Dragons to make origami puppets, and an inanimate object speaks for itself and asks for \u00a350,000."
2012-11-11
"Business pays no mind to age. A bright idea can strike at any time of your life, and just as long as it's profit-making, it should pique the interest of the multimillionaire investors. The entrepreneurs pitching to the Dragons tonight have over 60 years difference in age between them, but will any of them succeed in securing investment? On tonight's programme, a Birmingham-based nurse with a love for hats demonstrates her toilet product; a product designer, who's travelled all the way from Singapore, pitches his new tablet computer; and a husband-and-wife team from Bradford try to convince the Dragons that their caravan covers are really something to get excited about. Also in the episode: a Halifax mother of two with her oven cleaner, an invention from an airline pilot that can tow children, and a four-year-old boy pitches for a seventy-five-thousand-pound investment and a bag of sweets."
2012-11-18
"With the Den nearing the end of the series, time is of the essence for the next set of entrepreneurs pitching to the Dragons for a life-changing investment. Who will succeed where so many others have failed? Security is needed as one Cambridge-based entrepreneur is overwhelmed by paparazzi when pitching his new business idea, a keen golfer presents his very special glove, and a Nottingham-based couple want to take a slice of the UK's seven billion pound DIY market with their update on the simple paint brush. Also this week; a driving school for 14-year-olds, an electronic bed stored in your ceiling, and two friends hoping to make money out of thin air."
2012-11-25
"Tonight sees the penultimate episode of the current series, with more intrepid businessmen and women hoping to receive a cash injection from the five multimillionaires. The Dragons have already proven that they are willing to invest in the right idea - will they spot the next big thing tonight? Entrepreneurs include: two Berkshire design graduates who think they've solved the multiple-pint juggle when carrying a round back from the bar, a former celebrity PA who has an awkward moment when her mobile phone rings during her pitch, and an ex-DJ from south Wales who hopes his role-play disco will best demonstrate his product for sore feet. Also pitched are a website for 'amazing' retirees, a gadget to reduce our food waste, and a car that's also a barbeque."
2012-12-02
"The Den doors are closing after another record-breaking series, and despite the recession the five multimillionaire investors have dug deep to pledge 1.75 million pounds to some of the UK's brightest businesses. In the final episode of the series, two friends hope the Dragons are in the party spirit as they tempt them with their frozen cocktails, a keen sailor demonstrates a nautical use for part of his car, and Peter Jones meets his namesake pitching a safety product for babies. Plus, a device to stop your tights falling down, an inflatable Christmas tree, and a beekeeper complete with a swarm of bees."
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Season 11 - Dragons' Den
2013-08-10
"Dragons' Den is back with two brand new multimillionaires joining the illustrious line up - cloud computing pioneer Piers Linney and design industry icon Kelly Hoppen take their seats alongside returning den stalwarts Duncan Bannatyne, Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden. In this series opener a former male stripper breaks down under the pressure, and two British expats launch their Australian tanning range with a jingle that takes the Dragons by surprise."
2013-08-18
"This time a crooning Texan cowboy struts into the den with some backing from his country band, while a husband and wife team hope their Brazilian dance troupe will help grab the Dragons' attention."
2013-08-25
"This time a youthful publisher challenges protocol with a brave business strategy that bucks magazine industry trends, while a trio of former ad-men provide the Dragons with a tough quizzing of their own. It's all or nothing in the den, who will leave empty handed?"
2013-09-01
"Vying for the dragons' attention include a pair of Cumbrian woodsmen who attempt an unusually combative tactic in winning the dragons' approval, while the den falls into unusual serenity when a Glasgow couple demo their yoga franchise. Will any business succeed in securing the dragons' investment?"
2013-09-08
"One Dragon gets behind a saxophone when she joins in on a musical pitch and a feisty Hull-based entrepreneur faces the Dragons armed with her all-pink car-care range. But will any walk away with the cash they so badly need?"
2013-09-15
"To celebrate the series finale, a drinks bar is brought into the den. However it will not be alcohol that the dragons will be sampling, as a Norfolk couple serve up their fruity alternative. The dragons switch their suits for something less formal when two recent graduates bring campus styling into the den. Will any of tonight's final batch of entrepreneurs walk away with investment?"
2014-01-26
"Two graduates from Manchester offer a stake in their youth-orientated package holiday business, a Bulgarian inventor of a self-filling bath pitches for a colossal one million pounds and a 20-year-old entrepreneur from Essex wows the Dragons with an ingenious cure for water damaged mobile phones."
2014-02-02
"A former Team GB triathlete pitches an innovative sports recovery drink, a tech savvy entrepreneur presents his taxi-booking app and one London based businessman raises some eyebrows with his bespoke male contraceptive solution."
2014-02-09
"The mood in the den takes on an unusually serene feel, as a Yorkshire couple go all out to present their glamorous camping business. A mother of four from Shropshire has a new take on the coffee bag and the Dragons are in for a surprise when an entrepreneur attempts to graffiti the den."
2014-02-16
"The den takes on an international flavour as a Ghanaian entrepreneur brings in his chocolate drink startup, a Welsh couple hope to change our sleeping habits with their British-made woollen duvets, and the Den is filled with strange monsters when a pitch for a kids' storage device brings out the Dragons' inner children."
2014-02-23
"The Dragons are left in the dark when a former marine presents his glow-in-the-dark sportswear brand. A Glasgow based businessman pitches his uniquely shaped energy saving device, and a London mum invites the multimillionaires to invest in her confidence-building children's toy. Will any get the investment they are hoping for?"
2014-03-02
"A London-based entrepreneur pitches a new take on the post-it note, two business women attempt to whip up some animal magic when they bring a pair of alpacas, and the dragons come face-to-face with a tough-talking entrepreneur who has a product they all believe is worth fighting for."
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Season 12 - Dragons' Den
2014-07-20
"The Dragons return to pass their judgement on a toe-tapping pitch which sees the panel up on their feet. Also in this episode, Deborah Meaden goes for a slightly unconventional joy ride and Peter Jones thinks outside the frame with an offer the Den has never seen before. Will any of the entrepreneurs be able to entice the Dragons and secure that all-important investment?"
2014-07-27
"The Dragons encounter a colourful Indian dance troupe and the weird and wonderful world of taxidermy and a young Yorkshire duo try to impress Peter Jones by eating their own product - dog food. Will they do enough to secure a deal?"
2014-08-03
"A couple of university friends pitch their home-brew cider kits hoping to leave the Den victorious, and a loose-leaf tea company serve up a refreshing treat. The lift encounters a technical malfunction, and a former Economics student hopes to butter up the Dragons with his new nutty preserve. Will anyone walk away with a deal?"
2014-08-10
"Sticky business in the Den: a product using nano suction technology has the Dragons glued, there's an alarmed LED walking stick and a marshmallow lover lets the Dragons get sticky fingers with her gourmet treats. For those who overindulge, there is a cycling brand for the larger figure, and the Dragons are invited to play with a new keepy-uppy toy. Will anyone be able to cement a deal?"
2014-08-17
"More people bid to win funding for their projects from the panel, including an 18-year-old seeking to impress with his garden shed invention. There is a rip-roaring entrance by a Kent-based gaming entrepreneur and the Dragons get a taste of Colombia's finest cocoa beans. Will anyone be able to walk away with a deal? Evan Davis presents."
2014-08-24
"There are some true inventors in the Den this episode, including a returning entrepreneur with a new outdoor space saving device, a golfing duo with a new take on the traditional tee, and a designer who has flipped the conventional umbrella on its head. The Dragons come face to face with a fellow multimillionaire and the Den is filled with children's teepees.\n\nWith a fair amount of game playing, gambling and bargaining taking place, will anyone manage to secure a deal?"
2015-01-25
"The Den is full of eye-catching businesses, with male leggings, high-vis sportswear, sandwich boards with a difference and an energy-efficient light bulb all up for scrutiny. A photo-booth company offers the Dragons the chance to capture their time in the studio, and Deborah takes a stroll on a lawn to test out a new stiletto accessory."
2015-02-01
"Kelly Hoppen receives an unusual phone call from outside the Den, a mother and daughter pitch their waterproof products for children, and a trio of breakdancers introduce the Dragons to some innovative earphones. The panellists are also serenaded by a group of princesses and have a go on a modern day penny-farthing. However, will any of them feel the urge to invest?"
2015-02-08
"This episode opens on a theatrical note with a young actress-come-entrepreneur pitching her 'pimped-up heels', and a Yorkshire duo decide to set out a market stall to trade in the Den. The Dragons are faced with five eco-friendly coffins, get to grips with a sleek new electric toothbrush and meet a pop star's daughter with an online shopping service for men. Will anyone walk away with a deal, or will the curtains come down on their investment hopes?"
2015-02-15
"Ideas pitched include an anti-piracy device for sailors, a children's bike horn, and a brand of ice-cream with an east Asian flavour. A Scottish entrepreneur tries to drum up interest in his shopping app and a family business tries to appeal to the Dragons' softer sides with their subscription boxes for babies. Can anyone walk away with a deal?"
2015-02-22
"Two stuntmen glide in to the Den on a new form of transportation and an Edinburgh entrepreneur presents a subscription box of foodie treats for the panel to sample. A father-and-son team demonstrate a new safety device for boats, and the women behind a home-made marmalade brand try to whet the Dragons' appetites. Can anyone walk away with a deal?"
2015-03-15
"Variety is the spice of life in the Den in this episode - edible insects give some of the Dragons the creeps, a couple of young entrepreneurs look sharp with their bespoke suit-tailoring business and an eco skip on wheels causes confusion in the ranks. Will a registered nurse gain investment for her life-saving product, or will the Dragons have more enthusiasm for a Scottish energy-drinks business? With Duncan saying farewell to the Den tonight, let's hope he goes out on a high..."
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Season 13 - Dragons' Den
2015-07-12
"Dragons' Den is back with three new multi-millionaires ready to breathe new fire into the Den. Fashion tycoon Touker Suleyman, serial restaurateur Sarah Willingham and online greeting cards pioneer Nick Jenkins take their seats alongside formidable business giants Deborah Meaden and Peter Jones.\n\nIn the series opener, an online property businessman feels the wrath of the Dragons and a yoga instructor tries to bring some much- needed zen into the Den. But will any of the entrepreneurs manage to secure some of the Dragons' cash?"
2015-07-19
"In this episode, a former city accountant enters the den with an entourage of dancers as she tries to win over the Dragons with her Nigerian-inspired snacks, a businessman from Sheffield pitches a lid for a cement mixer and new Dragon Nick Jenkins impresses everyone when he showcases his portfolio of languages and accents.\n\nWill any of the entrepreneurs impress enough to secure a deal?"
2015-07-26
"In this episode, a duo use their cheeky charm to try to convince the Dragons to invest in their solution to tidying TV cables, the male Dragons try out some muscle-enhancing clothing, and the Den is the last hope for a couple who have worked for 25 years on their diving safety device.\n\nWill anyone walk away with a deal, or will the curtain come down on their investment hopes?"
2015-08-02
"In this episode, it's crunch time when a businessman from Liverpool enters the Den with his crisp business, the gloves are off when an entrepreneur clashes with the Dragons and an ecologist turns the Den into a public convenience to demonstrate his germ-fighting gadget.\n\nWill any of them be able to entice the Dragons and secure that all-important investment?"
2015-08-09
"In this episode, a technology entrepreneur brings a sports car into the Den to demonstrate his vehicle security app, a pair of hoteliers are looking to expand their business empire with a gluten-free food range and a duo are looking for investment in their luxury chocolate company.\n\nBut will any of the businesses be to the Dragons' tastes?"
2015-08-16
"Panellists Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins assess more would-be entrepreneurs' big ideas, including a Liverpool couple's electric tuk tuk and a husband and wife with a range of Korean inspired sauces. However, the pressure proves too much to take for one would-be entrepreneur. Evan Davis presents."
2015-08-23
"Panelists Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins pass judgment over more business propositions. A mother of two invites them to sample some vegetables that have been cunningly disguised, while a scientist invites the Dragons to help him mix up a strange concoction as a way of demonstrating his ideas."
2015-08-30
"A former banker hopes to secure funding to renovate a London underground station whilst a farmer pitches her plan to launch her own range of drinks."
2015-09-06
"Pitches include a post-term storage business for public schools, flat pack furniture and an engineer's invention to help dog and horse owners."
2015-12-27
"The Dragons turn fifty shades of angry over a product that promises to banish grey hairs, and they get more than they bargained for when a zombie bootcamp business turns the Den into a little shop of horrors."
2016-01-03
"An entrepreneur returns to face the Dragons for a second time with a product that helps you exercise at your desk, and a former figure skater from Russia ends up skating on thin ice with Peter Jones over her company valuation."
2016-01-10
"Why did the chicken cross the road? In this episode, the humble hard-boiled egg is turned into an investment proposition. But will the Dragons want to shell out? And an innovative camping stove sparks the interest of the multimillionaire investors, but can any of them secure a deal?"
2016-01-24
"Evan Davis gives another group of would-be entrepreneurs the chance to impress panelists Deborah Meaden, Nick Jenkins, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman and Sarah Willingham with their business ideas. Products featured in the show include a portable drum kit that does not need drums and an inflatable tanning tent."
2016-01-31
"Evan Davis gives more would-be entrepreneurs the chance to pitch their ideas to panelists Deborah Meaden, Nick Jenkins, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman and Sarah Willingham. Among the products up for inspection are a self-serve beer pump and a trailer tent that is tall enough to stand up in - but which proves harder to erect than its creator intended."
2016-02-21
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Season 14 - Dragons' Den
2016-07-24
"In the series opener, the Dragons ponder the investment opportunity in pint-sized pencils, oversized beanbags and a boot-cleaning device invented by a 15-year-old football fan. But will the revelation of a huge company debt mean it is game over for this fledgling family business?"
2016-07-31
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins take their seats to face a fresh batch of entrepreneurs who dare to enter through the Den doors.\n\nIn this episode, the Den's five multi-millionaire investors probe the money-making potential in wearable maps, interference-free guitar cables and an entrepreneur with a business selling manhole cover keys that has come back from the brink of bankruptcy. Will it be second time lucky for the plucky entrepreneur or will he see his investment hopes go down the drain?"
2016-08-06
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2016-08-14
"Dragons' Den is back and is open for business. Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins take their seats to face a fresh batch of entrepreneurs who dare to enter through the Den doors.\n\nIn this episode, tensions are running high as an entrepreneur ruffles some feathers in the Den when he fails to clarify his restaurant business model, a husband-and-wife duo fight to defend their innovative drilling tool gadget, and it is sink or swim for a businessman pitching his portable water-saving product. But will any of the Dragons see the potential in his eco-friendly design, or will they wash their hands of it?"
2016-08-21
"Projects up for investment this week include an unusual coffee lid, a range of coconut-based products, and a safety device for hairstyling gadgets."
2016-08-28
"A merchant navy officer-turned-product designer demonstrates his tablet holder, while two proud parents pitch their organic skincare product for babies. A young entrepreneur hopes to impress with his activity monitor for pets, but will the Dragons see the potential in his innovative product, or will he be left in the dog house?"
2016-09-04
"Budding entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to multimillionaires. A former panel beater hopes to seal a deal with the Dragons with his innovative nail gel product."
2016-12-28
"Scottish entrepreneur bearing chocolate gifts, a couple of city slickers selling socks and a teacher trying to get the party started with his dance mats are all hoping the Dragons are feeling generous in the season of goodwill. And finally, for the tennis coaches offering active holidays, will it be game over or will they walk away with a sack full of cash?"
2017-01-01
"Budding entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to multimillionaires. Two former army captains hope to get the Dragons to stand to attention with their bespoke gifting business. A young duo pitch their innovative ticket comparison site and a pair of multi-millionaire entrepreneurs are seeking cash from the multi-millionaire Dragons' for their new safety device. Will the Dragons have finally met their match or will they see the potential in a deal?"
2017-01-08
"The Dragons ponder the investment potential in pop-up inflatable igloos, a meat-free hot-dog restaurant concept and a canine poop-scooping device. Will the Dragons find the product barking, or will dog-lover Deborah Meaden be tempted to take a punt?"
2017-01-15
"Budding entrepreneurs pitch business ideas to multimillionaires. Touker Suleyman gets more than he bargained for when he agrees to road test an intimate waxing product, an entrepreneur makes a shocking revelation about sleeping on his office floor and a serial inventor who says he has re-invented the surfboard and designed a parachute for NASA brings his latest garden shed invention to the Den."
2017-01-29
"Evan Davis presents the business ideas contest, with panellists Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins assessing the profit-making potential of a range of dolls inspired by historical events, a new kind of bicycle indicator light, and a honey-infused drink made by a pair of beekeepers."
2017-02-05
"An entrepreneur gets emotional when pitching her language teaching for kids, a businessman with a security device for patio doors tries to lock in some Dragon cash and a couple with an innovative device for the hard of hearing get short shrift when they discuss their business set-up. Finally, one half of a duo behind a soup range enters the Den, but with his business partner too camera shy to face the Dragons, will he be able to withstand their interrogation alone?"
2017-02-12
"The Dragons are pitched effervescent wheatgrass tablets, customised in-ear headphones and a dapper teacher seeks investment in his online male grooming business. Finally, an Irish husband and wife team enter the Den with their range of baby products but when Touker Suleyman breaks one of their products, will they ever manage to secure investment from the Dragons?"
2017-02-19
"A self-assured Scottish entrepreneur pitches his fitness company for children, a businesswoman looks for investment in her authentic ethnic snack business and an engineer enters the Den with his self-igniting wood burning stove but sadly fails to spark the interest of Peter Jones. Finally a tech whizz-kid showcases his new take on the dating app but will it be a match made in heaven when he meets the Dragons?"
2017-02-26
"Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins assess the profit-making potential of a husband and wife team's Welsh delicacy, a new male fragrance, and a London businessman's food delivery service for Michelin star restaurants. Presented by Evan Davis. Last in the series."
Season 15 - Dragons' Den
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2017-08-20
"Evan Davis hosts the business ideas challenge, which sees vitamin company CEO Tej Lalvani and cash machine tycoon Jenny Campbell joining returning Dragons Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones and Touker Suleyman to cast an eye over more money-making schemes - with the largest investments in the show's history up for grabs. The first batch of entrepreneurs braving the den present their ideas for an allergy-friendly food range, astroturf for schools and youth centres, and a voucher code website that could revolutionise online shopping."
2017-08-27
"Tonight it is all about the duos. Two brothers pitch their venture making furniture from old aeroplane parts, a business couple are hoping for investment in their book buying and selling concern and a husband-and-wife team enter the Den with organic dog treats they are hoping are best in show. Finally, two fitness enthusiasts face the multimillionaires with their healthy snacks business, but after a tough workout in the Den will they leave with any Dragon cash?"
2017-09-03
"Bucharest-born Alex hopes his personalised range of luxury leather bags will be the complete package for the Dragons. An ex-policewoman attempts to work up the Dragons' appetite with her range of free from, allergy-friendly frozen curries. And Dorset-based inventor Michael thinks he can ignite the interest of the Dragons with a gadget that keeps opened champagne fizzing. Will his pitch sparkle in the Den or will it fall flat?"
2017-09-10
"Stepping out of the lift doors tonight are former bankers Ben and Andy, whose passion for travel inspired them to kick start their beach towel business. A duo with 40 years of friendship behind them think they have a winning idea with their unique packaging concept all based on air. And finally a serial entrepreneur pitches her family-run novelty plush goods business - but will it be a soft landing when the business goes under scrutiny of the Dragons?"
2017-09-24
"Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell assess the profit-making potential of a space age business venture created by two scientists, an African-inspired range of skincare products, and an online pub quiz app created by a Leeds-based entrepreneur. Evan Davis presents."
2017-10-01
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2017-10-08
"Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell assess the profit-making potential of more business schemes, including an eco mannequin company, a brand of cork-based yoga mats, and a cycling navigation device. Presented by Evan Davis."
2017-10-15
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani take their seats to face the latest batch of entrepreneurs who dare to enter the Den. This week, an athletic entrepreneur hopes he will be in the running for a cash boost for his protein shaker bottle. An engineer from Essex is looking for investment in his home sensor system for the elderly. Finally an Antipodean businesswoman hopes to tempt the Dragons into investing in her gluten-free cakes business. But will anyone walk away with the hoped-for cash?"
2017-10-22
"Will it be the season of goodwill as Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani take their seats to face the latest batch of entrepreneurs who dare to enter Dragons' Den? In this Christmas episode, a serial entrepreneur pitches his online greeting card business, a Surrey-based inventor is hoping his word game could become a family Christmas favourite, and a duo bring their healthy breakfast and snacking products to the Den in the hope of some warm festive cheer. Finally, three brothers pitch for a stake in their men's grooming products - will the Dragons see it as the perfect stocking filler and make a bid for the business?"
2017-10-29
"A former bricklayer is hoping his mortar board invention will help him to build a lucrative relationship with a Dragon, a mother of two enters the Den with a children's tracker device, and an entrepreneur pitches crisps inspired by astronauts. Finally, a 25-year-old brings a Paralympian to the Den to demo her product designed for wheelchair users. But will it be enough to win her an investment?"
2017-11-05
"The Dragons get a good dose of healthy products for man and beast. A business duo hope to stand out from the crowd with their natural raw dog food, a doctor pitches his innovative date-based smoothie and a London entrepreneur wants to get the Dragons' hearts pumping with his unique free-running exercise regime. But will the adrenalin rush leave the Dragons fighting to invest?"
2017-11-12
"In this episode, three dynamic duos make an entrance. First up a female entrepreneurial pair pitch their nifty solution to pain caused from wearing halter neck straps. Another team of two make an impact with their innovative skin care products made from hemp. And a couple of entrepreneurs hope to seal a deal with their language learning story books for kids. But who will walk away with some Dragon cash?"
2017-11-19
"Jenny Campbell, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Deborah Meaden and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of a young entrepreneur's plan for selling advertising space on the move, a teacher's unusual scheme for improving children's handwriting, and a range of chain-tensioning products for motorcycles."
2017-11-26
"Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell assess the profit-making potential of a final batch of business plans, including an idea for a child's toothbrush that doubles as a mobile game controller, a range of Scottish gins, and a device for relieving back pain. Last in the series."
Season 16 - Dragons' Den
2018-08-12
"Entrepreneurs Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell assess more unusual business ideas, including a shocking display from the owner of a live anatomy dissection business and a new model of tuk-tuk that turns out to have a fatal flaw. The final presentation is for a singer-for-hire scheme, which prompts the panel to show off their own musical talents."
2018-08-19
"Entrepreneurs Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell assess the profit-making potential of a father and son team's colourful wetsuits, two former politicians with ideas about alternative energy, a couple's African coffee ceremony business, and a fake tan product with a creator who has already braved the Irish version of the show."
2018-08-26
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of more business ideas, including a keen fisherman with a plan to market his own range of bait, a pasta home delivery service, and a brother and sister with a scheme to make money out of rubbish. Evan Davis presents."
2018-09-02
"Self-made millionaires Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of more would-be entrepreneurs' ideas, including a doctor who has invented a range of convertible clothing, a team of university friends with an online art platform, and a pair of hairdressers with a colour wash shampoo business."
2018-09-09
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of three more business plans, including a brand of gourmet cheesecakes, a company offering drones for hire and a blend of alcohol and beauty products involving collagen-infused gin. Presented by Evan Davis."
2018-09-16
"An inventor with a passion for pets hopes Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani will appreciate his cat whistle, while an ice-cream entrepreneur plans to tempt the multi-millionaires to invest in her coconut-based desserts. Plus, a carpenter brings the outside indoors for some fun and games."
2018-11-04
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of more business ideas. Up for consideration are a mother and son's range of spicy street food, a range of cocktails, and a former teacher's plan for a new system to mark students' schoolwork. Presented by Evan Davis."
2018-11-11
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of ideas for flour-free bread and hair extension storage, as well as an online business proposition from would-be entrepreneurs in the US. Presented by Evan Davis."
2018-11-25
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of three more business ideas. This week's would-be entrepreneurs are pitching a range of green tea, a bathroom construction invention that could revolutionise the building trade, and a new type of snack."
2018-12-02
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of a range of vegan drinks and chocolates and a condiment brand created by a visitor from Texas. Plus, two motoring enthusiasts have a business scheme in mind that offers big prizes to the consumer and potentially big profits for the investors."
2018-12-23
"A festive edition of the business ideas contest, with Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assessing the profit-making potential of ideas perfect for the Christmas season. An inventor introduces his innovative new form of Christmas tree stand, while other entrepreneurs pitch their ideas for a range of sweets and a puzzling family game. Finally, the creator of a personalised comic-book realises he must make a big personal decision if he is to secure funding."
2019-01-06
"Entrepreneurs make the pitch of their lives. A husband-and-wife team hope to toast success with a whisky-themed idea."
2019-01-13
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani test the profit-making potential of more business ideas. A Yorkshire chef showcases a range of bespoke pastries, a Dutch designer pitches a brand of eco-friendly furniture, and an entrepreneurial duo seek investment in their artisanal craft gin."
2019-01-27
"A trio of cyclists present their idea for a bike taxi service, a former dentistry student introduces a range of children's toothbrushes, and two combat experts look for funding for a new kind of protein snack bar."
2019-02-03
"Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani assess the profit-making potential of more business ideas, including an eco-friendly range of body and skincare products, a divisive savoury snack, and a brand of fruit-flavoured water."
Season 17 - Dragons' Den
2019-11-08
"Crafting queen Sara Davies, joins Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman and Tej Lalvani. In this episode, a spiced rum entrepreneur gets the party started with a rock 'n' roll makeover."
2019-08-18
"A pair of porridge entrepreneurs invite the Dragons to a teddy bears\u2019 picnic and academic traditions are turned on their head by two graduates who are determined to disrupt an established marketplace."
2019-08-30
"Former Dragon Theo Paphitis returns to the panel to stand in for Touker Suleyman, joining Sara Davies, Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden and Tej Lalvani in assessing more business ideas. This week's entrepreneurs pitch their ideas for a diet app, a clothes-mending workshop, a gadget for repairing bicycle chains, and a range of dog treats."
08 Sep 2019
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15 Sep 2019
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22 Sep 2019
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