Tricks of the Restaurant Trade
Series with Brian Conley in which inventors have just 90 seconds to pitch an item to an audience of shoppers. Simon from Loughborough has a nifty little solution to a very modern problem.
Friends Amit, Ghazi and Imtyaz demonstrate their invention to remove breakfast-time stress; Daniel shows a solution to DIY disasters; Mum Cary has a product inspired by watching her boys play rugby.
Sam from Bristol showcases his money-saving, food-saving solution; Ella from Essex has an eye-popping 'revolution' in ladies lingerie; and designer Peter demonstrates a multi-use product
Dave has searched the world to ensure his product is unique; inventor Elvis has a high-tech health monitoring solution; colleagues Jo and Anders argue over who came up with their product!
What will the shoppers think of Marni and Ali's solution for tackling the endless British rain? Can Oscar use his French charm? And will Sam from Essex light up the room with his invention?
Twin entrepreneurs Ben and Gary from York demonstrate their leisure product; Sylvain and his daughter fly in from Canada to showcase their gadget; Sylvia puts her best foot forward.
Steve and Sue showcase their product to help kids during car journeys; Tim from Dorset has a pocket-sized product for male grooming; Andrew demonstrates his nifty, reusable product.
What will the shoppers make of Nick's gardening gadget? Bostonians Kloris and Allen have a disastrous demonstration; Sarah hopes her pretty pink invention will catch the shoppers' eye.
Is it possible to lose weight while sitting on the sofa? Dr Louis from Dublin thinks so. Valdis struggles to explain what his product is; Mike showcases his multi-purpose accessory.
Paul presents his solution for fighting the flab; Kyaw has a product to aid early morning wake-ups; Kelli and Laura show their nifty solution to a big problem
Dad mates Matt, Matt and Nick have a gadget to help stressed out parents; Richard from Brighton has a five in one product; Stephen has an everyday household object with a little price tag.
Hairdresser John from Scotland demonstrates his new hair product; Andre has flown in from Germany to show a solution to relieve exercise boredom; Rifit has a new kitchen aid.
Kate demonstrates her artistic children's product; Martin has a solution to stop undignified behaviour in the gym; Emily has a gardening product which helps the environment.
Dejan demonstrates his creative solution for keeping kids occupied; Matt from Hampshire brings a universal gadget; Laura has a homemade kit to make the nation feel refreshed
Paola and Ziggy have a fun new product with a positive message; Sam has a gift inspired by recycled cans; siblings Nathalie and Alec hope to have the shoppers all sewn up
Tim has a nifty tool to minimise clean-up after DIY; James has an innovative new product for the wine cabinet; Kay and Johanna have a home-made gift for kids who love outdoor play.
Doug has an invention so small he can hide it behind his ear; Andy thinks he has the perfect product for a nation of tea drinkers; Jason's demonstration doesn't go to plan.
Peter has a brand new mode of transport; Andrew has a covert solution for keeping valuables safe; and former mayor Minnie has a stylish solution for sleepovers.
Gavin hopes success with his vanity product will mean early retirement; Rob has a high-tech design invention, and Melissa has a nifty solution to avoid a messy disaster.
Barbara is pursuing her dream of being a product designer; Nick thinks he has a solution for smartening up Britain's blokes; Ken has a smashing indestructible product.
Father and son Graham and Ron share a product to improve posture; Julian has a product to make mealtimes more fun; 19-year-old Maimunah showcases a little beauty product
Ann has a product to help festival-goers smell fresh; Wes has poured his professional know-how as a physio into his product; Rob has flown in from Canada with an item to help DIY.
Sandy has brought his little friend Marty to illustrate his hi-tech invention; Peter hopes to tie up lots of sales; friends Clare, Philippa and Adam have a money saving gadget.
Brothers Charles and Anthony hope their business will succeed; Plamen and his brother demonstrate a fitness product; Helen from St Helens hopes she can help stressed-out parents.
Friends Jay and Barney have a solution to a floppy problem; Mum Melanie has a neat idea to help parents get more sleep; Theresa has a discreet solution to an embarrassing issue.
Friends Melissa and Dominique have a product to help parents on the go; Harriet has a solution for our mucky four-legged friends; fitness instructor Julian has brought his mum.
Tony from Ireland has a fun children's product; Nadine from Switzerland showcases a fashion garment; Noam from London has some nifty magnetic stationery.
Andrew's invention is to improve trips to the beach; Trishna from London has a beauty product to aid the daily routine; brothers Bob and Andy have an invention inspired by their nan.
Roland has a product he thinks makes the perfect cup of tea; Chris stands in for his wife to pitch a brand new board game; Vicky has a DIY product inspired by her dad.
Lucy has brought her son Charlie to demonstrate her invention; Daniel has travelled from Austria with his safety gadget; Simon and David have a simple solution to a hefty problem.