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Listen again: The Apprentice on 5 live
On the programme
Who got hired?
Simon Ambrose, and Kristina Grimes talk to Matthew Bannister on BBC Radio 5 live's morning programme about their experiences of The Apprentice and Sir Alan Sugar.
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What's it all about?
"Sixteen candidates, two eagle-eyed advisors and one self-made millionaire. Sir Alan Sugar is back to test the nerves and brains of the hungriest hopefuls in the business world."
Every week, those on the receiving end of the dreaded pointed finger will be on 5 live to talk about the horrifying experience.
Hosted by Richard Bacon, The Apprentice on 5 live is part of Matthew Bannister's programme (Thursdays from 10am). Listeners will be able to put their questions to the latest victim of Sir Alan Sugar and his formidable panel of business high flyers. Click the link at the top of this page to hear the latest episode.
As well as this, Richard will be hosting an exclusive podcast getting right to the heart of the matter. The weekly 30 minute programme, entitled The Apprenticast, will put the adrenalin-packed series under the microscope to dissect the triumphs, tears and tantrums of the week. It will include exclusive interviews with the evictees, analysis of the week's tasks and activities and contributions from leading business experts and well known guests.
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Find out all you need to know about The Apprentice TV show on the official website.
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