Series 6, Episode 4
Half way through the series, the Dragons have really settled in the Den and are ready to do battle with each other if they see a pitch they want. This week however, the Dragons have to separate their hearts from their heads when a number of pitchers capture their imagination with their personal stories.
Married couple Joe and Nicola McGrath came from the entertainment industry but after the downturn struck decided to set up a gourmet popcorn business. Will the Dragons agree that their move was a good one?
Dubliner Mark Cheevers believes he has come up with an innovative way of helping people to paint and draw, and he’s got something up his sleeve that might grab Gavin Duffy’s attention.
With over 25 years experience in the food sector before starting ‘The Mad Food Company’ Brendan Cleary certainly has the right credentials, but will his reinvention of the humble white pudding prove a step too mad for the Dragons?
Former construction workers Ray Wilkins and Darren Kavanagh decided to turn their passion for sports into a new business after being made redundant. But will their passion, and more importantly their figures, convince the Dragons to invest?
And one hopeful certainly makes Peter Casey and Barry O’Sullivan sit up and take notice, could there be a battle in the Den?
Dragons’ Den, sponsored by Bank of Ireland, is produced by Screentime ShinAwiL for RTÉ.
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