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15:39, 29 JAN 2018
TV and film
The Apprentice 2018: Time is running out to secure a deal with Lord Sugar
Lord Sugar is looking for new candidates for series 14 of the hit BBC show
Hounslow hero Mo Farah shocked after winning BBC Sports Personality of the Year
Having recently moved back to London from the United States, where he has been based for several years, Farah did not attend the event at Liverpool's Echo Arena
You're Hired: Young entrepreneur from Westminster impresses stars of The Apprentice
Lord Sugar's former aide Margaret Mountford and the show's first winner Tim Campbell were judges at the launch of Westminster Enterprise Week
The Apprentice's Harrison Jones talks singing in that challenge, meeting Lord Sugar and being called 'the cat with nine lives'
We caught up with the candidate from Ruislip to find out more about his journey so far
The Apprentice: Sarah Lynn talks Lord Sugar, bickering girls and what it's like being favourite to win
We caught up with Sarah to find out more about her journey on the show so far
You can rent the plush eight-bedroom property off The Apprentice, but the price will make your eyes water...
See inside the magnificent house lived in by stars of BBC One show The Apprentice
The Apprentice 2017: Series starts with burger challenge
*SPOILER ALERT* The Apprentice is back and it was all about burgers in week one
Watch as Lord Sugar prepares to return to the boardroom this October with a brand new series of The Apprentice
A new set of hopeful candidates will battle it out to win the opportunity to work with the legendary businessman
Royal Brompton Hospital
Special party collects gifts for kids spending Christmas Day in Royal Brompton Hospital
The Wonderful Communications Christmas Toy Party collected up to 150 gifts, and took place before Made in Chelsea star Binky Felstead paid a visit
Strictly Come Dancing
Quiz of the year: How well do you know the roller coaster ride of 2015?
Test your knowledge of 2015 with our quiz as we look back on one of the most eventful years in recent times
University of West London
The Apprentice judge Claude Littner opens up about ruthless reputation
Sir Alan Sugar's new judge and long-serving colleague said his on-screen persona is a lesson to young professionals in the business world
The Apprentice's Nick Hewer hands out prizes at Fulham Boys School
The Countdown host helped the school celebrate it's first year
Made in Chelsea
Made in Chelsea siblings have most desirable flat on TV
Louise and Sam Thompson's two-bedroom Chelsea home is what people want their flat to look like
What to do across Hounslow for New Year's Eve
From a masquerade ball to an Oscar themed night, there's lots happening across the borough tomorrow night
You're hired! Hayes schoolchildren shine in The Apprentice-style competition
The young entrepreneurs made hundreds of pounds – but are giving it all to charity.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
Watch: Prince Charles and Camilla experience life behind the lens at Sky
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visited the Sky Academy in Osterley to see how young people are getting an insight into the entertainment industry
10 Things you might not know about Brentford's Golden Mile
Links to BBC hit The Apprentice and a very royal barge revealed in our fun facts compilation.
University of West London
Lord Alan Sugar gives his blessing to new business school at University of West London
The Apprentice star and businessman was in Ealing to launch the Claude Littner Business School in support of one of his long term associates.
Apprentice learns while he earns at the university of coffee
Starbucks gives young student a chance to learn skills on the job
Floating Isleworth charity Friends of Cathja receives £1,500
The charity, which runs art therapy sessions on a Dutch barge for people with mental health problems, plans to put the money towards a minibus
Acton High School
A*s and As have been the order of the day for the new sixth form at Acton High School
Overall results were pleasing, with the school comfortably beating its targets for A*-B grades, with 31% of exam entries being awarded a grade between A* and B.
Don't leave it too long to nominate your best business in the west
Plenty of prizes up for grabs in awards to recognise the best companies in west London.
West London News
Royal barge Gloriana sparks row over where to call home.
Brentford built vessel first took to the water in Isleworth but could be heading for a permanent mooring in Richmond upon Thames.
Looking Back with Eddie Menday: Take a stroll through our past
Eddie looks back at the origins of the Heritage Walks which highlight parts of Hounslow borough