The Customer Is Always Right is a series following budding entrepreneurs from across the nation as they try to make a success of their inventions. Rather than taking a gamble on their idea, they have real customers try them out and give them feedback!
Each episode of the BBC afternoon series introduces us to three entrepreneurs, all in their first year of starting.
And The Customer Is Always right is actually filmed in one of the United Kingdom’s historic buildings, as is the way with shows on the Beeb.
So where is the workshop where the entrepreneurs gather with the show’s presenter Lucy Alexander?
Where is the show filmed?
The Customer Is Always Right is filmed at The Briggait in Glasgow, Scotland.
The Briggait is a Grade A listed building built in 1873. It was originally used as the Merchant City’s fish market but has since been transformed into affordable workspaces for artists and professionals.
The Wasps Trust and Wasps Artists’ Studios were in charge of this redevelopment. Wasps Studios is Scotland’s only national studio provider helping artists attain affordable studio space.
They also host art events at The Briggait.
When they are not in the show’s studio, the series is self-shot by the families and customers trying out the entrepreneur’s products. So they travel all across the nation peering inside the lives of family homes. Just like Gogglebox but with products rather than TV shows!
Watch The Customer Is Always Right
Episodes of The Customer Is Always Right air on weeknights at 6.30 pm on BBC Two.
Currently, they have twelve episodes of the 30-minute cutdown versions of the series on the BBC iPlayer. And more will be added once they have broadcast.
There has only been one series of The Customer Is Always Right so far with a total of 15 episodes. But considering the show has been a real success, there are hopes they’ll come back for a second season in 2020!
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