Nick Hewer helps struggling farms diversify and develop. Here, he heads towards Ballycastle, where 23-year-old Charlie Cole hopes to turn his family farm into a viable business.
Nick Hewer from The Apprentice continues his quest to save small family farms. This time he is on the north coast near Ballycastle with 23-year-old Charlie Cole. Charlie needs to turn his parents' farm into a viable business that can support him and his younger brothers. His plan is to harvest seaweed and raise male goats for meat. Both business ideas seem quirky and whether there is a market for them remains to be discovered. Nick has just eight months to help turn this young dreamer into a hard-nosed businessman.