Well, I had a probe around and 'The Apprentice' home site has been updated.
Also at Wikipedia, back in season 1, Sir Sugar's advisors interviewed the candidates, that means in total 'The Apprentice UK' has had nine interviewers. Margaret Mountford and Nick Hewer did the interviews in season 1, while in seasons 2, 3, 4 and 5 they were just advisors, then Margaret left to study for a degree, but was happy to take up an interviewer role again, while Nick remains an advisor to this day. Karren Brady debuted as a contestant for 'Celebrity Apprentice', then in 2008 appeared as a panelist for 'The Apprentice: You're Fired' and as an interviewer for the main show and then took up advisor role for season 6. Claude Littner, Bordan Tkachuk and Paul Kemsley took part in the interviews for the first four seasons, after that Paul left, Bordan stayed up to season 6, Claude still remains. Alan Watts took part in the interviews for seasons 5 and 6. Mike Souter and Matthew Riley took part in season 7.
The companion show 'The Apprentice: You're Fired' debuted in 2006, season 2 for the main show and Adrian Chiles hosted it up to 2009, after that Dara O'Briain hosted it and to this day he's done a great job.
I had re-watched season 7 and Tom Pellereau deserved to win the final.
I also re-watched 'Young Apprentice' season 2 and the teenagers were all talented and I think Zara Brownless was the rightful winner at the final.
Now 'The Apprentice' returns for season 8 and three tasks have aired and Claude Littner was a panelist for 'You're Fired'. This season's candidates has some big characters amongst them, here's hopes they'll also have some skills.
From Edward Eoifsch.
Last edited by Edward Eoifsch
on Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:48 am, edited 1 time in total.