The Final: Interviews and You're Hired

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The Apprentice, Series 8 Episode 14 of 14

Duration: 2 hours

The final episode of this series sees Lord Sugar name his business partner. The final four candidates are called to the Institute of Directors in the City, where Lord Sugar asks them to pitch their business concepts to him right there on the spot. It is the first time that the contenders hear what their competitors are putting forward, and Lord Sugar makes it very clear that he has no idea what one candidate is talking about.

Then it is down to business with Margaret Mountford, Mike Soutar, Matthew Riley and tough-talking Claude Littner. Lord Sugar's four advisors scrutinise the candidates' suitability to go into partnership with the Boss. They face the ultimate grilling as their CVs, personal statements and business plans are criticised, picked through and blown apart.

In the boardroom, Lord Sugar hears his advisors' feedback, and then it is the final four's turn to plead their case. Three are fired, and Lord Sugar delivers his final ruling on who will be his business partner.

The Apprentice: You're Hired features the reaction of the winner, runner-up and finalists, and hears from Lord Sugar himself about his choice of business partner. They are joined by a panel consisting of retail entrepreneur Jo Malone, actress and presenter Denise Van Outen and comedian Jenny Eclair.

Credits

Participant
Lord Sugar
Participant
Nick Hewer
Participant
Karren Brady
Executive Producer
Michele Kurland
Executive Producer
Peter Moore
Series Producer
Cate Hall
Executive Producer
Sally Dixon
Presenter
Dara O Briain
Participant
Jo Malone
Participant
Denise Van Outen
Participant
Jenny Eclair

Broadcasts

The Final: Funny Bits

Margaret Mountford

Radio 1 presenter and Apprentice superfan Matt Edmondson shows you his last Funny Bits.

Winner's Interview

Winner's Interview

The winner of The Apprentice 2012 has won a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar.

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