The Apprentice Ireland Liveblog Week Three

Welcome to the third of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. The show begins at 9 o’clock this evening on TV3 and our liveblog will kick off a few minutes before that. For those of you who don’t know, the liveblog is just a chatroom on this site where we talk about the show while watching it. It’s all very informal and tongue in cheek, so if you don’t like one of (or all of) the contestants this year, let us know. If you’re cheering on anyone in particular, let us know that too. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. The Apprentice Ireland 2011 Week 3 Click here to launch in a standalone window.

The Apprentice Ireland Liveblog Week Two

Welcome to the second of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. The show begins at 9 o’clock this evening on TV3 and our liveblog will kick off a few minutes before that. For those of you who don’t know, the liveblog is just a chatroom on this site where we talk about the show while watching it. It’s all very informal and tongue in cheek, so if you don’t like one of (or all of) the contestants this year, let us know. If you’re cheering on anyone in particular, let us know that too. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. Click here to launch in a standalone window.

Return of the Culch.ie Apprentice Ireland Liveblog

Being that I’ve been in hiding for the past year, I hadn’t really planned on running a liveblog for this year’s Apprentice Ireland, but now that the first episode is only hours away, I realise that half the fun of watching the show was sharing it with you guys. So, here we are! Pull up a chair, have your PC, laptop, iPad, SmartPhone at the ready to help us to berate and congratulate, to cheer and sneer, to laugh with and laugh at this year’s hopefuls. The show begins at 9 o’clock this evening on TV3 and our liveblog will kick off a few minutes before that. For those of you who don’t know, the liveblog is just a chatroom on this site where we talk about the show while watching it. It’s all very informal and tongue in cheek, so if you don’t like one of (or all of) … There’s more

The Appretice Ireland 2010 Final

So, after 13 weeks and the departure of 14 contestants, we find ourselves in the final week of The Apprentice Ireland 2010. Join at 9pm for the last liveblog this year, as we see who will triumph. Michelle is likeable, smart, intuitive and emotional; Niamh has great attention to detail, she’s calculating, decisive and confident. But who will Bill hire to be him next Apprentice? The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Final Click here to launch in a new window

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Twelve – The Interviews

We’re in the penultimate week and the week that many think is the best – The Interviews. I’m sure you’re all well aware of what a live blog is, but just in case, let me welcome you to the twelfth of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. It’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chatroom for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Twelve Click here to launch in a separate window

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Ten

We’re ten weeks in now and I’m sure you’re all well aware of what a live blog is, but just in case, let me welcome you to the tenth of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chatroom for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. This week’s challenge setter is Harvey Norman (Go Harvery Go!!) and we will have a competition running tomorrow morning in association with Harvey Norman. Keep an eye on this evening’s live blog for more details. The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Ten Click here to launch in a separate window

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Nine

Welcome to the ninth of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chatroom for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Nine Click here to launch in a separate window

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Eight

Welcome to the eighth of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chatroom for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. There’s still time to enter last week’s Apprentice competition, set by  Cadburys. Click here for your chance to win a Cadburys Spots v Stripes Hamper. The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Eight Click here to launch in a separate window

Competition Closed: Cadburys and the Apprentice

*** Competition Closed *** *** Congratulations to Corina Stone and Jamie Z *** This week’s Apprentice task should have been fun and frolics for teams Fusion and Elev8. Instead, the two teams faltered, floundered and fell foul of their own egos and infighting. Set by Cadbury Spots v Stripes, this week’s challenge sent the two teams travelling to Timahoe and Tyrrells Pass to organise community games and sign people up to Spots v Stripes. What should have been exciting and a great opportunity for candidates to shine, became another example of how this year’s hopefuls seem to be incapable of working together. With Panos’s whining, Will’s panicking, Barry’s over-inflated head, Nagaite’s grumpiness and Michelle’s inability to grasp the basics of money, the boardroom was destined to be one of the most riveting yet. Bill Cullen was again appalled by both Fusion and Elev8, unimpressed with the leadership from either Will … There’s more

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Seven

Welcome to the seventh of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chatroom for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. This week’s challenge is set by

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Six

Welcome to the sixth of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chat room for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Six Click Here to Launch in a Separate Window

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Five

Welcome to the fifth of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chat room for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. Also, after the show, I’ll be announcing the winner of last week’s Apprentice competition in association with Ryobi. Yes, the competition is still open until the end of this week’s show. ENTER HERE! The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Five Click Here to Launch in a Separate Window  

Competition Closed: Ryobi and the Apprentice

*** Competition Closed *** *** Congratulations to Eoin Moynihan who has won the Ryobi competition *** Week Four of this year’s Irish Apprentice began very slowly. There was little excitement as both teams spent an age discussing ‘strategy’ and not doing very much. They were tasked with selling Ryobi power tools in two Woody’s DIY stores. But before that, they had to record a product demo with TV3′s Alan Hughes. Jamie Moran was efficient if a little dull, while Barry Caesar Hunt was annoying, messy, confused……and surprisingly entertaining. The PM this week for Team Fusion, who were sent to Woodys in Bray, was Kieran Walsh. Team Elev8, based in Woodys Tallaght, had Dave Cashman in the lead role. It became clear that neither PM could cope with their teams in a task that was purely based around selling. The seemingly simple task of selling Ryobi power tools in a DIY … There’s more

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Four

Welcome to the fourth of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chat room for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. Also, after the show, I’ll be announcing details of this week’s Apprentice competition in association with this week’s Apprentice challenge setter, Ryobi. The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Four Click Here to Launch in a Separate Window

The Apprentice Liveblog Week Three

Welcome to the third of this year’s Apprentice Liveblogs. If you’re unfamiliar with liveblogs, it’s simply a place to chat about the show while we’re watching. It’s one big moderated chat room for The Apprentice. You can follow it below on Culch.ie or you can launch a stand alone window and follow it there. It’s simple and fun, so please come join us. Also, after the show, I’ll be announcing the winner of last week’s competition in association with Unislim and Eurospar. The Apprentice Ireland 2010 Week Three Click Here to Launch in a Separate Window