Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK) was a British reality television series, which was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One. The first two episodes of the series were aired a day apart from each other; the first on a Tuesday, the next in the usual timeslot of the show, along with subsequent episodes after it. Like the previous series, the final episode was aired on a Sunday. Filming of the series took place during the previous year in Autumn.

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  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK) was a British reality television series, which was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One. The first two episodes of the series were aired a day apart from each other; the first on a Tuesday, the next in the usual timeslot of the show, along with subsequent episodes after it. Like the previous series, the final episode was aired on a Sunday. Filming of the series took place during the previous year in Autumn. The series was won by Tom Pellereau.By the end of the series, several records were made by two of the final candidates in the process. Pellereau initially held the record of least successful winner of The Apprentice, for winning only three tasks, never winning as a project manager and being a PM just once in the series; he now holds joint ownership of the record alongside Series 10 winner, Mark Wright. Along with this, he also became the first winner of the show, to have won fewer tasks than the runner-up, which happened again in Series 8, 9 and 10. Runner-up Helen Milligan, currently holds the record for the most successful candidate in the history of The Apprentice, winning ten out of eleven tasks during this series.This series is notable for bringing about a change of format with the show's prize. Instead of a job with a six-figure salary, the winner would be given a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar to start his or her own business, with him being the joint owner. This change in prize was not known by those applying to be candidates for the show, following the commencement of the application process in April 2010, as it was announced late in June that year. As a result, many that had already applied for the series were without a business plan, owing to the assumption that they would be winning a £100,000 salary job and not an investment. On 5 July 2011, a show source detailed that a change in the format of the tasks had also been made for the series, stating that the "interview" round would feature in the final episode of the series rather than the penultimate episode, meaning that no fired candidate would return in the finals as a result, while also revealing there would be four finalists instead of two.The 2011 series saw two specials aired alongside it, during the final weeks, including the return of a new edition of "The Final Five", aired on 7 July, and a new special called "How To Get Hired", aired on 15 July. (en)
  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One. Filming of the series took place during the previous year in Autumn, and while the series once more aired its final episode on a Sunday, it was the first to have its first two episodes aired a day apart from each other; the first was aired on a Tuesday, and the second in the timeslot the show regularly featured on. The show's format also received a major change in terms of the prize, with candidates no longer attempting to win a job with a £100,000 salary per year, but a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar to start their own business with, with Lord Sugar as joint owner with them. The change in prize was not known by the candidates applying for the series when the application process began in April 2010, as it was announced later that year, resulting in those applying assuming they would win the job and not the investment. Along with a change in the prize, a source on the show also detailed a change in the format of the tasks, stating the "interview" round would feature as the final task and not the penultimate one for the show, meaning no fired candidates would return to the final while there would be now four finalists instead of two.The series was won by Tom Pellereau, and by the end of the series, several records were made by two of the final candidates in the process. Pellereau initially held the record of least successful winner of The Apprentice, for winning only three tasks, never winning as a project manager and being a PM just once in the series; he now holds joint ownership of the record alongside Series 10 winner, Mark Wright. Along with this, he also became the first winner of the show, to have won fewer tasks than the runner-up, which happened again in Series 8, 9 and 10. Runner-up Helen Milligan, currently holds the record for the most successful candidate in the history of The Apprentice, winning ten out of eleven tasks during this series.The 2011 series saw two specials aired alongside it, during the final weeks, including the return of a new edition of "The Final Five", aired on 7 July, and a new special called "How To Get Hired", aired on 15 July. (en)
  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One. Filming of the series took place during the previous year in Autumn, and while the series once more aired its final episode on a Sunday, it was the first to have its first two episodes aired a day apart from each other; the first was aired on a Tuesday, and the second in the timeslot the show regularly featured on. The show's format also received a major change in terms of the prize, with candidates no longer attempting to win a job with a £100,000 salary per year, but a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar to start their own business with, with Lord Sugar as joint owner with them. The change in prize was not known by the candidates applying for the series when the application process began in April 2010, as it was announced later that year, resulting in those applying assuming they would win the job and not the investment. Along with a change in the prize, a source on the show also detailed a change in the format of the tasks, stating the "interview" round would feature as the final task and not the penultimate one for the show, meaning no fired candidates would return to the final, while there would be now four finalists instead of two.The series was won by Tom Pellereau, and by the end of the series, several records were made by two of the final candidates in the process. Pellereau initially held the record of least successful winner of The Apprentice, for winning only three tasks, never winning as a project manager and being a PM just once in the series; he now holds joint ownership of the record alongside Series 10 winner, Mark Wright. Along with this, he also became the first winner of the show, to have won fewer tasks than the runner-up, which happened again in Series 8, 9 and 10. Runner-up Helen Milligan, currently holds the record for the most successful candidate in the history of The Apprentice, winning ten out of eleven tasks during this series.The 2011 series saw two specials aired alongside it, during the final weeks, including the return of a new edition of "The Final Five", aired on 7 July, and a new special called "How To Get Hired", aired on 15 July. (en)
  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One, with filming taking place in Autumn 2010. Following the sixth series, the show saw the format altered significantly; not only was the task layout arranged so that the 'Interviews' stage was the final task, the prize for winning was no longer a six-figure job, but a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar with which to start their own business with, with Sugar becoming their business partner, though candidates who applied for the show were unaware of this prior to the announcement about the prize change. For the sixteen candidates who took part, their teams were named Venture and Logic, with Tom Pellereau winning the series.The first two episodes of the series were broadcast on consecutive air dates, while the final episode was aired three days before live coverage of the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League on 20 July. Two specials aired alongside the series during the final weeks, including the return of a new edition of "The Final Five", aired on 7 July, and a new special called "How To Get Hired", aired on 15 July. (en)
  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One, with filming taking place in Autumn 2010. Following the sixth series, the show saw the format altered significantly, with not only the task layout being rearranged so that the 'Interviews' stage was the final task, but the prize for winning was no longer a six-figure job, but a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar with which to start their own business with, with Sugar becoming their business partner; applicants who applied for the show prior to the announcement about the change in prize, assumed the job was still the prize. For the sixteen candidates who took part, their teams were named Venture and Logic, with Tom Pellereau winning the series.The first two episodes of the series were broadcast on consecutive air dates, while the final episode was aired three days before live coverage of the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League on 20 July. Two specials aired alongside the series during the final weeks, including the return of a new edition of "The Final Five", aired on 7 July, and a new special called "How To Get Hired", aired on 15 July. (en)
  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One, with filming taking place in Autumn 2010. Following the sixth series, the show saw the format altered significantly, with not only the task layout being rearranged so that the 'Interviews' stage was the final task, but the prize for winning was no longer a six-figure job, but a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar with which to start their own business with, with Sugar becoming their business partner; applicants who applied for the show prior to the announcement about the change in prize, assumed the job was still the prize. For the sixteen candidates who took part, their teams were named Venture and Logic, with Tom Pellereau winning the series.The first two episodes of the series were broadcast on consecutive air dates, while the final episode was aired three days earlier, to avoid clashing with live coverage of the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League on 20 July. Two specials aired alongside the series during the final weeks, including the return of a new edition of "The Final Five", aired on 7 July, and a new special called "How To Get Hired", aired on 15 July. (en)
  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One, with filming taking place in Autumn 2010. Following the sixth series, the show saw the format altered significantly, with not only the task layout being rearranged so that the 'Interviews' stage was the final task, but the prize for winning was no longer a six-figure job, but a £250,000 investment from Lord Alan Sugar with which to start their own business with, with Sugar becoming their business partner; applicants who applied for the show prior to the announcement about the change in prize, assumed the job was still the prize. For the sixteen candidates who took part, their teams were named Venture and Logic, with Tom Pellereau winning the series.The first two episodes of the series were broadcast on consecutive air dates, while the final episode was aired three days earlier, to avoid clashing with live coverage of the second qualifying round of the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League on 20 July. Two specials aired alongside the series during its final weeks, including the return of a new edition of "The Final Five", aired on 7 July, and a unique special called "How To Get Hired", aired on 15 July. (en)
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  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One. Filming of the series took place during the previous year in Autumn, and while the series once more aired its final episode on a Sunday, it was the first to have its first two episodes aired a day apart from each other; the first was aired on a Tuesday, and the second in the timeslot the show regularly featured on. (en)
  • Series Seven of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2011 from 10 May to 17 July on BBC One, with filming taking place in Autumn 2010. (en)
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