Series Six of The Apprentice (UK) was a British reality television series, which was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; like the previous series, the final episode was aired on a Sunday. Unlike previous series which began in March, the series was postponed by the BBC to Autumn that year, so as to avoid raising any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month and Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time.

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  • Series Six of The Apprentice (UK) was a British reality television series, which was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; like the previous series, the final episode was aired on a Sunday. Unlike previous series which began in March, the series was postponed by the BBC to Autumn that year, so as to avoid raising any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month and Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time. The series was won by Stella EnglishFollowing a web-based application, along with regional auditions and interviews that took place during July the previous year, in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham, about 75 candidates were called back for a second round in London, before the final sixteen were picked and shooting took place in Autumn that year. The house used by the candidates in this series, was located on Bedford Square in the heart of London's West End.Following the decision by Margaret Mountford to stand down as an advisor for Alan Sugar during the previous series, her replacement was revealed as Karren Brady, who made her first proper outing on the The Apprentice during this series; she initially began in her role as advisor to Lord Sugar during the first series of Young Apprentice . It was revealed during week 11 that Margaret remained in the show, as an Interviewer of the remaining candidates. In addition to the change of advisor, the companion show You're Fired also saw Dara Ó Briain revealed as the new host of the show, after the departure of Adrian Chiles following the end of the previous series.The 2010 series featured new editions of two returning specials, which ran alongside it during the final weeks - "The Final Five" on 9 December (following Week 10), and "Why I Fired Them" on 16 December. (en)
  • Series Six of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; like the previous series, the final episode was aired on a Sunday. Unlike previous series which began in March, the series was postponed by the BBC to Autumn that year, so as to avoid raising any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month and Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time. Following a web-based application, along with regional auditions and interviews that took place during July the previous year, in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham, about 75 candidates were called back for a second round in London, before the final sixteen were picked and shooting took place in Autumn that year. The series was won by Stella English.Following the decision by Margaret Mountford to stand down as an advisor for Alan Sugar during the previous series, her replacement was revealed as Karren Brady, who made her first proper outing on the The Apprentice during this series; she initially began in her role as advisor to Lord Sugar during the first series of Young Apprentice . It was revealed during week 11 that Margaret remained in the show, as an Interviewer of the remaining candidates. In addition to the change of advisor, the companion show You're Fired also saw Dara Ó Briain revealed as the new host of the show, after the departure of Adrian Chiles following the end of the previous series.The 2010 series featured new editions of two returning specials, which ran alongside it during the final weeks - "The Final Five" on 9 December, and "Why I Fired Them" a week later on 16 December. (en)
  • Series Six of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; whereas previous series began in March, the BBC were forced to postpone until Autumn 2010, in order to avoid any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month owing to Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time. It is the first series to feature Karren Brady, who replaced Margaret Mountford after she stood down as an advisor for Alan Sugar; Karren made her initial appearance in the role during the first series of Young Apprentice, while Margaret remained in the show, but mainly for the 'Interviews' stage of the process. Following a web-based application, along with regional auditions and interviews that took place during July 2009, in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham, about 75 candidates were called back for a second round in London, before the final selection were picked, with filming taking place in Autumn later that year. The sixteen candidates who took part, named their teams Apollo and Synergy, with Stella English winning the series.The 2010 series featured new editions of two returning specials, which ran alongside it during the final weeks - "The Final Five" on 9 December, and "Why I Fired Them" a week later on 16 December - with the BBC airing the final episode on 19 December to avoid disrupting its Christmas TV schedule. (en)
  • Series Six of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; whereas previous series began in March, the BBC were forced to postpone until Autumn 2010, in order to avoid any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month owing to Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time. It is the first series to feature Karren Brady, who replaced Margaret Mountford after she stood down as an advisor for Alan Sugar; Karren made her initial appearance in the role during the first series of Young Apprentice, while Margaret remained in the show, but mainly for the 'Interviews' stage of the process. Filming took place in Autumn 2009, following a web-based application, regional auditions and interviews during July of that year, and a second round of interviews and assessments in London and the final selection were picked. The sixteen candidates who took part, named their teams Apollo and Synergy, with Stella English winning the series.The 2010 series featured new editions of two returning specials, which ran alongside it during the final weeks - "The Final Five" on 9 December, and "Why I Fired Them" a week later on 16 December - with the BBC airing the final episode on 19 December to avoid disrupting its Christmas TV schedule. (en)
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  • Series Six of The Apprentice (UK) was a British reality television series, which was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; like the previous series, the final episode was aired on a Sunday. Unlike previous series which began in March, the series was postponed by the BBC to Autumn that year, so as to avoid raising any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month and Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time. (en)
  • Series Six of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; like the previous series, the final episode was aired on a Sunday. Unlike previous series which began in March, the series was postponed by the BBC to Autumn that year, so as to avoid raising any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month and Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time. (en)
  • Series Six of The Apprentice (UK), a British reality television series, was broadcast in the UK during 2010 from 6 October to 19 December on BBC One; whereas previous series began in March, the BBC were forced to postpone until Autumn 2010, in order to avoid any conflicting issues with the 2010 General Election being held that month owing to Lord Sugar's ties to the government at the time. (en)
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