Alex and Oliver are called to help rescue a Devon gastro pub under the cosh. Owners Faye and Yvan have been successfully running The Oddfellows for over a decade. But now they are beginning to feel the squeeze from the might of the city's increasing number of chain restaurants. At a loss of how to combat the might of the competition, they've called in Alex and Oliver for help.
Alex and Oliver head to Hampshire in a bid to help save the Nook and Cranny Restaurant. Having spent his professional career as head chef in other people's kitchens, Malcolm decided to fulfill his ambition to run his own restaurant. But three years down the line his dream of having a successful business to support his wife and seven children is now keeping him awake at night, and working all hours to put his passion on a plate is costing him dearly.
Alex Polizzi and Oliver Peyton head to Leicester, a city famed for its wealth of Indian restaurants. But with almost 200 to choose from, why would you eat at Lilu, described as a fine dining Indian restaurant? Lilu is run by foodie first-timer Pratik who always dreamt of opening a restaurant with his mum. Having sadly missed the opportunity to fulfill the dream before she died, Pratik was determined to go ahead and open his first restaurant to honour her memory.
Alex Polizzi and Oliver Peyton are in Bedford to help Giovani and Amanda's Riobello Italian restaurant. Giovani always said he'd own a restaurant, and taking over Riobello seemed the perfect choice when you consider Bedford's strong community of over 10,000 Italians to target. But with 40 other Italian restaurants in town, the 70-cover eatery is struggling to stand out from the crowd.
Adapting one of the most groundbreaking and powerful books of our time, this film is an eye-opening journey through wealth and power. It breaks the popular assumption that the accumulation of capital runs hand in hand with social progress, shining a new light on the world around us and its growing inequalities. Alternative spelling: Capital in the 21st Century.
Elysse Morgan brings you in-depth budget coverage, reaction from the business community and what it means for Australians. Elysse speaks to finance minister Mathias Cormann, Nicki Hutley, Romilly Madew and Peter Coleman.
A business show designed for people interested in the latest news, issues, and insights that shape the world of small business in these unprecedented times.
Alex revisits two family businesses who were on the brink of collapse to see how they're doing now. She checks in on David Holmes and Sons, a family-run funeral directors, and Guidebridge MOT, a car repair garage near Manchester.
Alex revisits two family businesses who were on the brink of collapse, Alf Onnies and Props and Frocks, to see how they're doing.
Events company Balloonin Marvellous is run by husband and wife team Jo and Giuseppe. Jo's lack of business acumen means they are struggling to pay the rent, and have been forced to move their showroom into their own family lounge. Can Alex help this business rise above the trends?
Our next iteration of slow TV will take viewers into Australia's multicultural and Indigenous history via an exploration the country's most popular chocolate company: Cadbury. This documentary will take a paddock-to-plate approach by following the chocolates' journey from the raw ingredients - the idyllic dairy farms of Tasmania and the sugar plantations of tropical North Queensland - to the factory floor, where the audience will be immersed and mesmerised in the melting, rolling, drying, shaping and wrapping that goes into making Easter eggs and bunnies.
Examining Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' ascent to power, and the global impact of the empire he built.
As the 2008 financial crisis loomed, frantic efforts to save the US from economic collapse happened in secret. Vice News explores the untold stories of powerful people leading the way. Alternative title The Untold Story of the Financial Crisis.
This program reveals how a murky brown medicine invented in 1886, and containing cocaine, became the best-selling soft drink of all time. Cameras are allowed access to the company's gigantic bottling factory in Wakefield for the first time.
Examines how the fast food giants grew from humble origins to become two of the most recognisable brands in the world.
A special NAIDOC Week 2019 episode, with an in-depth focus on Indigenous innovators.
With rival airlines offering unprecedented levels of service, Singapore Airlines will disclose the lengths they go to build a first-class suite for the super wealthy: Michelin-style food and limitless champagne included. Alternative title: The World's Most Luxurious Airline.
Concert promoters and rapper Ja Rule advertise a high-end festival experience that fails spectacularly when they don't plan for the infrastructure to support the venue, artists and guests.
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