BBC Two has commissioned a new programme to relive the “most extraordinary moments” from the past 13 series of Dragons’ Den.

Dragons’ Den: From Pitches To Riches will delve back into the Dragons’ back catalogue to re-visit classic Den moments and discover the fortunes of some of the most unforgettable entrepreneurs.

The show will be fronted by “self-confessed Den obsessive” Richard Osman, who will invite some of his favourite entrepreneurs into his own secret cinema where they will come face-to-face with their experience in the Den once again.

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He will also uncover the fortunes of some of the Den’s biggest hits and misses, including sauce entrepreneur Levi Roots.

Rachel Ashdown, commissioning editor for BBC Entertainment, said: “As a Den super-fan, Richard Osman will bring great insight and of course his own unique brand of humour to the show. It will give fans of the show a behind-the-scenes glimpse into what makes it the success it is.”

Osman added: “I’ve been a great fan of Dragons’ Den for years. It’s been a real treat to meet the Dragons and ask all the questions I’ve ever wanted to ask. I also discovered the answer to a question that has always bugged me – who’s taller, me or Peter Jones?”

Dragons’ Den used to be filmed at MediaCityUK and is now shot at The Space Project.