- Radio Times
- Review by:
- Geoff Ellis
Something unusual is going on near London’s Kings Cross Station. Six boys are running their own business growing salad and vegetables in skips and selling them to restaurants and canteens. The self-styled Home Grown Boys are between the ages of 12 and 15 and, in the summer holidays, they decide to try expanding the business. Are they being too ambitious?
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2/7. Six young entrepreneurs try to start a business growing herbs in skips on the King's Cross construction site, but they lack a business plan and have only six weeks to make it work.