Bangers

Image for BangersNot currently available on BBC iPlayer

The Apprentice, Series 6 Episode 1 of 15

Duration: 1 hour

A midnight call to the boardroom, along with a reminder of the tough economic times faced by the country, leaves the candidates in no doubt that Lord Sugar means business. This time Lord Sugar is looking for a risk taker, and the next twelve tasks will be a no-holds-barred job interview from hell.

The candidates are thrown straight in at the deep end with their first task: to produce a range of sausages ready to be sold the next morning.

Each team is given a crash course in crafting the perfect banger, before hitting the streets at the crack of dawn in hopes of selling their stock and avoiding the firing line in the boardroom. With highly competitive candidates all desperate to prove their worth, it is not long before tensions rise, tempers flare, and things start to get very messy.

As a treat, the winning team get the keys to their new home - a stunning Georgian townhouse in London's West End. The losers face a different fate, with someone being the first of the season to hear the infamous words: you're fired.

More episodes

See all episodes from The Apprentice

Credits

Series Editor
Mark Saben
Participant
Lord Sugar
Participant
Nick Hewer
Participant
Karren Brady
Executive Producer
Michele Kurland
Executive Producer
Sue Davidson

Broadcasts

Matt Edmondson’s Awkward Conversation with Leah

Leah Totton - Matt Edmondson's Awkward Conversations

So Leah’s not left out, Matt interviews her in a cab!

Matt Edmondson’s Awkward Conversation with Luisa

Luisa Zissman - Matt Edmondson's Awkward Conversations

Matt's cake decorating class doesn't go as expected.

BBC © 2014 The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more.

This page is best viewed in an up-to-date web browser with style sheets (CSS) enabled. While you will be able to view the content of this page in your current browser, you will not be able to get the full visual experience. Please consider upgrading your browser software or enabling style sheets (CSS) if you are able to do so.