Lord Sugar, Baroness Brady, Claude Littner return for The Apprentice ‘Best Bits’
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Lord Sugar, Baroness Brady, Claude Littner return for The Apprentice ‘Best Bits’

Wheeler dealers, smooth salespeople, antics abroad, tough tasks and even tougher interviews all make the cut in this six-part series, which starts on BBC One next week.

Francine Wolfisz is the Features Editor for Jewish News.

Covid-19 might have put the kibosh on this year’s crop of candidates, but Lord Alan Sugar, Baroness Karren Brady and Claude Littner are back with a nostalgic look at the past 15 years with The Apprentice Best Bits.

Wheeler dealers, smooth salespeople, antics abroad, tough tasks and even tougher interviews all make the cut in this six-part series, which starts on BBC One next week.

Who can forget the quest for a kosher chicken in Marrakesh, Solomon trying to exit his interview through a window rather than a door, or Katie Hopkins (yes, she got her start on The Apprentice) quitting the show before she could be fired?

Business impresario Sugar said: “It has been very enjoyable recapping the series so far and watching how The Apprentice has evolved over the years, going from strength to strength. 

“There have been some outstanding characters and great moments from across the series and this Best Bits show is a testament to that. Long may it continue.”

  • The Apprentice Best Bits begins on Thursday, 1 October, 9pm, on BBC One

 

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