The Apprentice A-Z by Charlie Burden
The Totally Unofficial Guide to the Hit TV Series

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Everything you have ever wanted to know about the hit show The Apprentice is within these pages! For example: A is for Alan—Lord Alan Sugar, an entrepreneur, media personality, and political advisor who grew up in an East End council flat and boiled beetroots for the local greengrocer, but who is now one for the most famous businessmen in Britain. B is for BAFTA—after several nominations The Apprentice picked up the award for best feature. C is for celebrity—with the show proving to be a huge hit with the public, celebrities simply could not resist the urge to give it a go. In 2007 Piers Morgan, Alastair Campbell, Cheryl Cole, Danny Baker, Jo Brand, Karren Brady, Maureen Lipman, Ross Kemp, Rupert Everett, Tim Campbell, and Trinny Woodall all joined in for Comic Relief managing to raise over £1 million. In 2009 the challenge was met by Alan Carr, Jack Dee, Gerald Ratner, Jonathan Ross and Gok Wan,  Michelle Mone, Patsy Palmer, Fiona Phillips, Carol Vorderman, Ruby Wax, and many more. From the colorful candidates to the eventual winners, this comprehensive A-to-Z details everything you want to know about The Apprentice, including details of Lord Alan Sugar, his successes, and all the behind-the-scenes gossip.


About Charlie Burden

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Charlie Burden is the author of a number of books including Sunday Times bestseller Sir Alan Sugar: The Biography. He writes for numerous newspapers and magazines including the Daily Telegraph, GQ, Time Out, and the Times.
Published August 3, 2011 by John Blake. 282 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Biographies & Memoirs, Travel. Non-fiction

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