It's the final and just four candidates remain, all eager to get their hands on the £25,000 investment into their business future. To stand any chance of doing so, they have to win the last challenge, which involves creating a new brand of sportswear - thinking up a name, a logo and a viral video to get their product noticed. Industry insiders will decide which has the most potential to go global - and from that team, Alan Sugar will choose this year's Young Apprentice.
Young Apprentice. BBC1: 8.00pm
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Story by Sheena McGinley | 15:16 | Thursday 20th December 2012 | TV Highlights
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