Sir Alan Sugar built a fortune estimated at Â£800m from electronics and property, before becoming the tough-talking taskmaster of The Apprentice. The Money Programme is given extensive, exclusive access to Sir Alan at work and in his homes in Essex and Marbella, while Fiona Bruce hears his views on a wide range of subjects. Director/Producer Charles Miller Shown last week
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3/8; series three. Dick Strawbridge puts Lauren Laverne to the eco-test and Jon Kay attempts to get to the bottom of our confusion over plastic recycling. Meanwhile, travel expert Toby Sawday tries to persuade a family to reconsider their love of flying by taking them to Spain - on the train. Series producer Kimberley Littlemore
Executive producer Julian Mercer
After making a dish from scratch in 50 minutes, the three victors from tonight's sextet move on to the kitchen at London's Sartoria restaurant before creating a two-course meal for the judges. David Butcher on MasterChet page
2/3. Tricks with Risk. Much of the recent turmoil in the world's financial markets has been blamed on risk professionals, from derivatives experts to hedge fund managers. The BBC's former economics editor meets the City whizz kids who often make billions, but can cause huge losses when speculation doesn't go to plan. Part of BBC2's City season.
Producer Andy Webb ; Series producer Simon Finch See also Sex. the City and Me at 11.20pm
Powerful drama, inspired by the real experiences of women in the City of London. Financier Jess finds she can trust nobody when she decides to sue her bank for sidelining her after she has a baby.
Writers Simon Bent and Philippa Lowthorpe ; Producer
Amy Flanagan ; Director Philippa Lowthorpe
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