Everybody Has A Dream

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19971214]

The first of four programmes. The Inventors. John and Stan have spent hours and thousands of pounds perfecting an invention for the DIY market. But will it make their fortune? Producer Sally Flatman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971214]

The first of four programmes. The Inventors. John and Stan have spent hours and thousands of pounds perfecting an invention for the DIY market. But will it make their fortune? Producer Sally Flatman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971214]

Producer: Sally Flatman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971214]

Producer: Sally Flatman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971221]

The second of four programmes. The Vineyard. Mike Roberts had always dreamed of owning a vineyard, and when he sold his computer business, he set about making it happen.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971221]

The second of four programmes. The Vineyard. Mike Roberts had always dreamed of owning a vineyard, and when he sold his computer business, he set about making it happen.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971221]

Unknown: Mike Roberts

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971221]

Unknown: Mike Roberts

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971228]

The third of four programmes.

The Album. Yasmin and Steve dream of Trickbaby being at the top of the music charts. But first there is an album to record and a video to film - and it's a complicated process. Producer Sally Flatman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971228]

The third of four programmes.

The Album. Yasmin and Steve dream of Trickbaby being at the top of the music charts. But first there is an album to record and a video to film - and it's a complicated process. Producer Sally Flatman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971228]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19971228]
The Album19971228

The third of four programmes.

`The Album'.

Yasmin and Steve dream of `Trickbaby' being at the top of the music charts.

But first there is an album to record and a video to film - and it's a complicated process.

The Album19971228

The third of four programmes.

`The Album'.

Yasmin and Steve dream of `Trickbaby' being at the top of the music charts.

But first there is an album to record and a video to film - and it's a complicated process.

The Inventors19971214

The first of four programmes.

`The Inventors'.

John and Stan are firemen who have spent hours in the garden shed perfecting the `Stairmate', an invention for the DIY market.

They have paid out thousands of pounds for patents and know it could be a big success, but can they sell the idea to anyone, and will it make their fortune?

The Inventors19971214

The first of four programmes.

`The Inventors'.

John and Stan are firemen who have spent hours in the garden shed perfecting the `Stairmate', an invention for the DIY market.

They have paid out thousands of pounds for patents and know it could be a big success, but can they sell the idea to anyone, and will it make their fortune?

The Restaurateur19980104

The last of four programmes.

`The Restaurateur'.

Steve has been a chef for many years and has always dreamt of owning his own restaurant.

Now that he and his wife finally have that chance, will the reality match the dream?

The Restaurateur19980104

The last of four programmes.

`The Restaurateur'.

Steve has been a chef for many years and has always dreamt of owning his own restaurant.

Now that he and his wife finally have that chance, will the reality match the dream?

The Vineyard19971221

The second of four programmes.

`The Vineyard'.

Mike Roberts had always dreamed of owning a vineyard, and when he sold his computer business, he set about making it happen.

The success of his first harvest depends entirely on the weather.

The Vineyard19971221

The second of four programmes.

`The Vineyard'.

Mike Roberts had always dreamed of owning a vineyard, and when he sold his computer business, he set about making it happen.

The success of his first harvest depends entirely on the weather.

199D0119991229

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

1: The Importer.

Paul Miller gave up his job as a teacher to run an import/export business, travelling across Europe to find products.

199D0119991229

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

1: The Importer.

Paul Miller gave up his job as a teacher to run an import/export business, travelling across Europe to find products.

199D02The Nursery20000105

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

2: `The Nursery'.

Kay Sliwinski decided to open a nursery in Sheffield after spotting a gap in the market.

However, after clashing with the council and running up an overdraft, is the dream becoming a nightmare?

199D02The Nursery20000105

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

2: `The Nursery'.

Kay Sliwinski decided to open a nursery in Sheffield after spotting a gap in the market.

However, after clashing with the council and running up an overdraft, is the dream becoming a nightmare?

199D03The Comic20000112

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

3: `The Comic'.

Enid Blyton's daughter, Gillian Baverstock, is backing a new venture - a children's comic called `Blue Moon'.

It is the brainchild of editor Tim Quinn.

On a tight budget, they have printed 100,000 copies of the first issue - but will it sell?

199D03The Comic20000112

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

3: `The Comic'.

Enid Blyton's daughter, Gillian Baverstock, is backing a new venture - a children's comic called `Blue Moon'.

It is the brainchild of editor Tim Quinn.

On a tight budget, they have printed 100,000 copies of the first issue - but will it sell?

199D04The Clinic20000119

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

4: `The Clinic'.

Elizabeth Nicholson and Dee Jones plan to run clinics for people suffering from lymphoedema, a painful medical condition.

They know they can find the patients, but can they persuade the NHS and private health companies to foot the bill?

199D04The Clinic20000119

Michael Robinson follows the progress of four new businesses over the course of a year.

4: `The Clinic'.

Elizabeth Nicholson and Dee Jones plan to run clinics for people suffering from lymphoedema, a painful medical condition.

They know they can find the patients, but can they persuade the NHS and private health companies to foot the bill?