Dave West plans an exclusive members-only club in Mayfair where he can rub shoulders with the rich and well-connected.
The creation of a Beatles-themed hotel in Liverpool is fraught with difficulty.
Speedferries founder Curt Stavis believes he can succeed with a low-cost ferry service across the English Channel.
The leader of a hair-care empire wants to expand into skin care and the teenage market.
Angela Hartnett tries to turn around the restaurant of Mayfair's Connaught Hotel.
Millionaire easyJet founder Stelios Haji-Iaonnou turns his attentions to the cinema.
Richard and Hellen Ward run a fashionable hair salon on Sloane Street.
Shoemaker Terry De Havilland fights for recognition after he realises that his designs have been copied.
Tom Aikens and his wife, Laura, set up their own restaurant.
Supermodel Jodie Kidd goes into business with her polo-player boyfriend Tarquin Southwell.
Christian toy seller Gary Grant weighs principles against profits.
Midlands billionaire John Caudwell and his company Phones4U face business difficulties.
The 1985 change to the Cola-Cola formula has been called the biggest marketing blunder in history.
Students and faculty at a Scottish school attempt to prevent its closure.
Small farms pit handmade cheddar against a brand from a large competitor.
Jonathan Phang of the IMG model agency must turn the fortunes of the fading company.
A brand guru tries to revive slumping sales for Mr. Brain's Faggots, a former staple of the British diet.
Ray Mallon runs for mayor of Middlesbrough and answers allegations about police tactics.
Tony Holland creates "El Dorado," a BBC soap opera set in Spain.
Bobby Gee feuds with David van Day over the names of their '80s pop bands.
Piers Adam prepares to revolutionize the nightclub business with two new ventures.
Billionaire John Caudwell launches a talent contest to recruit young executives.
Spanish nurses deal with culture shock and climate differences while working for the NHS.
John Montagu ventures into the catering business selling authentic Sandwich sandwiches.
A trouble-shooter tries to rescue a rugby league club from debt.
Theatre producer Andre Ptaszynski and 60s pools winner Viv Nicholson.
An ailing spectacles company in East Yorkshire is taken over.
Only 17, Benjamin Cohen runs a Jewish website valued at five million pounds. As he leaves school, he's moving into pornography on the net.
Britain's biggest circus is in trouble. The owner's solution is to bring over a troupe from China.
Designer Elizabeth Emanuel and businessman Richard Thompson market her fashion collection.
Fashion guru George Davies creates a new brand for Marks & Spencers called Per Una.
Torquil Silvanus Matthew Septimus Riley Smith launches Europe's first 24-hour gay radio station.
Pringle sweaters - which once were slung over the shoulders of Hollywood starlets are now largely ignored by the fashion cognoscenti.
The return of Sir Freddie Laker.
Gerald and Vera Weisfeld are opening a new department store.