Alan Sugar calls the hopefuls to the London Coliseum, home of the English National Opera, from where he sets the teams a dramatic challenge. They are sent into London with a list of 10 theatrical props they must find, and then negotiate the best possible price. Those that return with the most items for the least amount of money will win. While one set of candidates carefully plan out their route, the others race off - but despite their different strategies both teams end the day in a panic. However, it isn't over until the fat lady sings - or in this case, until Lord Sugar announces the result and summons the losers into the boardroom to send another hopeful packing.
Young Apprentice. BBC1: 8.00pm
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