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How this dairy farm branched out into an award-winning skincare business

Tamara Fitzpatrick

How this dairy farm branched out into an award-winning skincare business
Dragons' Den
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GenreReality show
Presented byEvan Davis
JudgesDeborah Meaden
Peter Jones
Touker Suleyman
Tej Lalvani
Sara Davies
Theo Paphitis
Rachel Elnaugh
Doug Richard
Simon Woodroffe
Duncan Bannatyne
Richard Farleigh
James Caan
Hilary Devey
Kelly Hoppen
Piers Linney
Sarah Willingham
Nick Jenkins
Jenny Campbell
ComposerJohn Watt
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of series17
No. of episodes181+13 specials
(as of 12 April 2020 – at the time of
Series 17, Episode 14)
Production
ProducersDarrell Olsen, Samantha Davies
Production locationsOld Granada Studios (OGS) (2018–present)[1]
Space Studios Manchester (2015–2017)[2]
dock10 studios (2012–2014)
Pinewood Studios (2011)
The Depository (2005–2010)
Running time1 hour
Production companiesBBC Manchester
Sony Pictures Television
Release
Original networkBBC Two (2005–2020)
BBC HD (simulcast with BBC Two, 2009–2013)
BBC One (2021–)
Picture format576i
1080p (2009–)
Audio formatStereo
Original release4 January 2005 (2005-01-04) –
present
External links
Website
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Dragons' Den is a British television programme, presented by Evan Davis. The format of the show is owned by Sony Pictures Television and is based on the original Japanese programme, which has been sold around the world. The programme has been produced by BBC Manchester since its inception and was first broadcast on BBC Two on 4 January 2005, and since 2021, it has been broadcast on BBC One.[3]

The show allows several entrepreneurs an opportunity to present their varying business ideas to a panel of five wealthy investors, the "Dragons" of the show's title, and pitch for financial investment while offering a stake of the company in return.

  1. ^ Heward, Emily (13 January 2019). "Didsbury Gin's winning Dragons' Den pitch was nearly a disaster". Manchester Evening News. Retrieved 6 May 2019.
  2. ^ Bell, Alex (23 March 2015). "Dragons' Den finds new home at The Space Project". Manchester Evening News. Retrieved 25 March 2016.
  3. ^ "Dragons Den to move to BBC One". www.bbc.com. Retrieved 16 February 2021.