The Apprentice (UK TV series)

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The Apprentice is an English reality television program. Twenty young entrepreneurs compete to win an investment from multi-millionaire businessman Alan Sugar. Sugar and his two assistants, Nick Hewer and Karren Brady, "fire" a different person each week. The highlight is a comical scene in the boardroom where all the contestants try to impress Alan.

Alan Sugar is the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. and is worth billions of pounds. Brady had a rich upbringing and is known as the "first woman of football". Hewer did television presenting.

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