Written on: 15/06/2011 by kws77 (7 reviews written)
Not only is this a genius, idea but a brilliant programme. I am not sure if I'm supposed to find it as funny as I do, but the combination of Alan Sugar seeing right through everything, Karren Brady and Nick Hewer's reactions and facial expressions (cue Nick's expression at the Chocolate Facial treatment a few weeks back or Karren's reaction to "the people here are poor"), and the absolute halfwits that appear on the show make this utterly addictive and irrestible to watch. The candidates... (read more)
Written on: 03/06/2011
The new series is hilarious. Alan Sugar is becoming like a charicature of himself and the contestents definitely make for entertaining watching because of their hair brained ideas and attempts at project management. This might not be what the program is supposed to be about but it keeps me entertained. (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2010
Apprentice~ Its all about Alan Sugar.. Not about the condidate... this series i have seen that he's giving so much tothat girl Stella... Which i felt from the begining on that bus tour task she and Stewart had to be blamed instead He fired the better one instead of the cocky one..and what funny is that he so himself in him..... (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2010
I thought the idea of the Apprentice (apart from to entertain) was to promote the idea of doing business.
This season is a shambles. Most of the contestants are acting like school kids. Liz was fired today after being the consistently highest performer, finding gaps in markets, selling better than anyone, good with figures and seems to build good rapport with clients. Instead a 21 year old that acts like a spoilt 6 year old and has showed no real business talent apart from being loud is... (read more)
Written on: 31/05/2008 by The National
Is there a geniune process of selecting good candidates or are simply 'lucky ones' chosen? I would recommend a more diligent and thorough interviewing and screening process IF THERE IS TO BE ANOTHER Sir Alan's The Apprentice; O' well if we're still up to watch; Great theme, but please keep the selection real! (read more)
Written on: 22/05/2008
I think this show brings out the passion for buissness, not create it because i believe if your born with it, your born with it. I believe for this show you must have something very unique about you. You must be able to stand ot from the crowd and also learn to butt out when it's not your turn. (read more)
Written on: 25/04/2008 by TsunZhu
It is not practical in real world as business decisions and actions are not carried out spontaneously. Instead of thinking back in the boardroom about what went wrong and would could have been done better, it would be more advisable to discuss what may go wrong and what could we do better because business is strict business! (read more)
Written on: 22/04/2007 by hellothereeveryone
The Apprentice should centre around the excellent business messages, rather than a money-minded Alan Sugar who considers himself the absolute best at quite simply anything you put to him. His success is without a doubt impressive and his intelligence is not doubted, but he should stop making the show all about himself, and learn how to talk in perhaps a more civilized and professional manner. As much as he wants it to be, the show is NOT about someone who has made it in life; but about... (read more)
Written on: 01/08/2006 by hb1444 (7 reviews written)
The Apprentice was one of the most popular shows with nearly 4 million viewers. For twelve weeks fourteen people did certain tasks to prove themselves to Sir Alan. They were divided into two teams, the team that lost, one of them was fired!
It was the best programme I have ever seen, it was mostly gossiped around, everyone I knew was watching it, and we just loved the finale where Michelle was hired.
Well, this programme certainly won't be fired! (read more)
Written on: 04/04/2005 by Hank (124 reviews written)
The Apprentice is the latest reality TV program to take the UK by storm, however unlike Big Brother and the X-Factor, we don't have a posse of talent-free wasters or tone deaf singers, but instead a group of wannabe business moguls ranging from being fairly shrewd to downright incompetent. The game rules are simple; two teams battle it out in a business challenge, the losing team have to face the wrath of Sir Alan Sugar in the boardroom, the team captain and two unfortunates are then further... (read more)