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.