It 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. Also featured: students from Waterloo pitch an innovative health product. Also: an ice cream lover makes a pitch to the Dragons. The bottled water industry is worth millions and Guy Jeremiah from London wants to tempt the Dragons with his green alternative - a collapsible, reusable bottle. Air Date : 21st-Jul-2010 Dragons' Den - Season : 8 The Dragons are back and hungry to secure themselves the best deal. The Dragons know all about fine tailoring, but will this idea measure up? Plus, Ralf Klinnert thinks his musical cones have money making potential, and the world's smallest car is in the Den.
Plus, 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. Season 12, Episode 18 March 30, 2018 Season 12, Episode 18 March 30, 2018 Taekwondo athletes enter the Den fighting; a father and daughter put the Dragons to a smell test; a financially fit duo hope to prove they can make every cent count; a pet friendly platform seeks a healthy portion of Dragon dollars. Plus, a family wants to prove their business is in tip-top shape. Is it a ground-breaking discovery or will the Dragons think it's all hogwash? Do Dragons have a sweet tooth? Season 12, Episode 10 December 1, 2017 Season 12, Episode 10 December 1, 2017 An art dealer showcases a picture perfect pitch; a Toronto designer tries to zip away with a deal; and an auto enthusiast looks to drive sales with the right Dragon investment. 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. 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. Air Date : 2nd-Aug-2010 Paul Morris from Harrogate believes he's cracked the genetic code of an acorn to make genetically engineered pig feed.
Season 12, Episode 17 March 16, 2018 Season 12, Episode 17 March 16, 2018 An entrepreneur rides into the Den thirsty for an investment; an outdoor enthusiast needs the Dragons to help blow up his business; and a group of students hope the Dragons turn their virtual dream into a reality. The dragons switch their suits for something less formal when two recent graduates bring campus styling into the den. Air Date : 6th-Jan-2013 The Dragons let loose and kick off their shoes; a beauty business spoils the Dragons; and a realty business isn't afraid to bare it all. These are challenging times economically, but that hasn't deterred the nation's entrepreneurs from pitting their wits against the multimillionaire investors. Also: The Dragons discuss a business's future. But will the multimillionaires recognise the issue and. And, more importantly, will Peter Jones fit into it? With our Episode Date Counter you won't miss tv programs.
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. Episode7: Episode 7 air date: 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. Northern Irish mum Jacqueline McKay thinks she has the stress-busting accessory for travelling parents everywhere - a suitcase that turns into a cot. Will any get the investment they are hoping for? Will any of the entrepreneurs secure any of the Dragons' cash? Will their remote control in the shape of a magic wand have the power to turn a good idea into gold? They've handled tough conditions before - now they have to survive the den. Also: A successful father-and-daughter duo think their new product will stick with the Dragons. And if that wasn't enough, Reverend John Berriman from Cornwall has invented a new flavour of fizzy drink with a very unusual ingredient. Plus, a fast food idea comes back for seconds.
Now they want the Dragons to see the potential in their idea and help them gain the extra pounds they need in investment. Will any of tonight's final batch of entrepreneurs walk away with investment? The Dragons like their fair share of glamour, but do they like it enough to invest? Plus, an apparel company brings a breath of fresh air into the Den. 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. Inventor Derek Cozens thinks that road signs are so last century and wants to drag them into 2010 with his new product range. Episode11: Episode 11 air date: 2014-02-23 The Dragons are left in the dark when a former marine presents his glow-in-the-dark sportswear brand. A former Air Force member is looking to target a deal in the Den; a couple of firefighters pitch cooling products; and a former tank commander spotlights a combat solution.
Air Date : 23rd-Aug-2010 Young entrepreneur John Buni from London brings futuristic laser beams into the Den. 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? Watch as the Dragons reflect on their careers, each sharing their personal stories, and learn the steps and sometimes missteps that got them to where they are today. Vote on the Second Chance pitches to win a Dragons' Den prize pack. And have engineers Robert Leeds and Guy Seymour come up with the perfect investment for the multimillionaire who has everything? 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. He wants to expand his Wakefield-based business into the rest of the country, but will the Dragons see nationwide potential in his idea? Episode9: Episode 9 air date: 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. Lisa Marshall and Shelene Mitchell have an invention which takes the old-fashioned hanging basket to new heights.
Edinburgh 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. Season 12, Episode 8 November 17, 2017 Season 12, Episode 8 November 17, 2017 Pitches to the Dragons include an entrepreneur hoping to extinguish Dragon doubt over his product; a tea company; and a tech-trio. It's an intimate portrait of the balancing act between their hectic lives running business empires and spending time with families. And can graffiti be turned into a money-spinning business? There is an unusual visitor in this episode, as Monty the falcon accompanies Layla Bennett from Powys into the Den. The Dragons might be tempted to a race - but will it be a race to invest? One 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.
The multimillionaires are usually all for inventions that save money, but is this a step too far? 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. Plus, a married couple returns to the Den with bright hopes of getting everything on their wish list. Episode12: Episode 12 air date: 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. A father and son duo have invented a plastic vest to help gym-goers lose weight as they work up a sweat. But will the entrepreneurial duo sink or swim? Another 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.
Businessman Stephen Maher has a shattering pitch that he hopes will grab the Dragons' attention and an investment in his emergency escape invention. Season 12, Episode 7 November 10, 2017 Season 12, Episode 7 November 10, 2017 The Dragons honor members of the military. Sam 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. Also, there's a round-up of the highlights from the series. Biz - Best tv shows index source and episode air dates. The 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. His modern take on tailoring uses a laser body scanner to collect measurements for bespoke suits.
Episode6: Episode 6 air date: 2013-09-15 To celebrate the series finale, a drinks bar is brought into the den. 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. 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. It's time for a Dragon taste test - will the Reverend pass or fail? However it will not be alcohol that the dragons will be sampling, as a Norfolk couple serve up their fruity alternative. Air Date : 21st-Jul-2010 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. Season 12, Episode 14 February 2, 2018 Season 12, Episode 14 February 2, 2018 A brotherly trio hopes to squeeze a Dragon partner into their family business; a father-son team looks to drive their concept home by playing it safe; and a mother-daughter run business tries to sweeten the deal with some tasty samplers; a family business hopes the Dragons won't send them packing.