Relationships are under the spotlight this week at the Damson Dene hotel, the three-star hotel in the five- star setting - the Lake District in the UK. In the seventh episode, Pillow Talk, Nadine and Christian, who have recently been through a trial separation, check in at the Damson Dene with their teenage children and cocker spaniel in a bid to get their marriage back on track and keep their family together. Meanwhile, Scottish couple Bob and Jeanie have come to the Lake District in search of peace and solitude and to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
CEOs from six of Australia's biggest companies go on the ultimate undercover mission, working incognito in entry-level positions within their own organisation
In mid-1995, a group of Sydney businessmen backed by Kerry Packer made an audacious attempt to steal the amateur game of rugby union and transform it into a lucrative, world-wide professional sports franchise.
Retailers are always on the look out for the next big thing and in this series the buying teams of high street giants, Boots, Ha
Tonight it is the turn of home retail giant Habitat to host its open day. Home retail is a crowded market, so the store's head of range and creative director will be ruthless in their decision making.
At the Damson Dene Hotel, General Assistant, Amos, is reaching the end of his probation period. He tries harder than anyone but is still struggling with the most basic jobs. Wayne can't decide if he wants to adopt him or let him go back to Romania.
Tony Braxton-Smith, CEO for Great Southern Rail, heads undercover on his trains to clean toilets, serve the first class passengers and unload luggage.
This week Boots open their doors to just 10 lucky hopefuls. Selected from hundreds of applications, each person has just 10 minutes to impress the buyers. With the health, beauty and pharmacy market worth over 26 billon pounds and Boots selling more than 500 items every minute this is big business.
General manager Wayne and the staff of the Damson Dene deal with complaints from guests, including a bargain-hunting mother and daughter and a Newcastle couple who are unimpressed when their TV breaks down. However, the most stinging criticism comes in a review on a travel website.
Retailers are always on the look out for 'the next big thing' and in this series the buying teams of high street giants Boots, Habitat and Liberty, are prepared to take an enormous gamble by asking members of the public to supply them with the next best selling product. This is a chance of a lifetime for unknown designers and producers to pitch directly to the retail industry's power brokers and have the opportunity to get their product stocked in these prestigious stores.
In the fourth episode, Bedlam and Breakfast, Manchester couple Richard and Rebecca decide to celebrate their third anniversary by giving themselves a night off from looking after their young children and heading to the Damson Dene. However, after indulging in champagne, beer, wine and a bottle of vodka they find that their evening doesn't turn out quite as they had anticipated.
In this week's episode, Kids Eat Free, it's the school holidays and the Damson Dene is full to bursting with families and their young children. From reception to the gardens, from the bedrooms to the hallways and even under tables in the dining room, kids are everywhere, pushing the staff to the limits.
Checking in to the Damson Dene in this second episode are Tom and Susanna, who arrive a couple of weeks before their wedding to make sure everything is in place. Susanna is five-and-a-half months pregnant and Tom's grandmother has been very ill, so there is no time to lose.
The Hotel is an intriguing observational documentary series that looks at life in a British hotel as it's never been seen before. The Damson Dene is a three-star hotel in a five-star setting - the Lake District in the UK. In charge are Jonathan, the suave owner; Kirk, the creative chef; and Wayne, the ambitious general manager.
Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues.
The final episode reveals the canny secrets of the retail game in the early part of the 20th century, examining the tactics of the world's greatest retailers. Philadelphia merchant, John Wanamaker, exploited religion by being the first vendor to create sales on Christian festivals: Christmas and Easter. Wanamaker even invented Mother's Day to encourage shoppers to spend more.
A fascinating two-part series that tells the story of the department store - how it became the greatest innovation to emerge from the industrial revolution and ultimately changed the role of women in society forever.
The final two teams roll into New York City and are shocked to learn that everything they think they know about this race is out the window for this final leg.
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