The final five candidates are summoned to Lord Sugar's offices for the interviews.
Swappers from Norfolk and Essex put their homes and lifestyles under the microscope.
A couple from Nottingham swap their watery home with a mother and daughter from Wiltshire.
House proud couples from Northamptonshire and Surrey try out a new way of life.
An in-depth look at the real people behind the five remaining candidates.
Candidates become fashion agents selling garments for designers.
The team help build a home for a family struggling for space.
Lord Sugar tasks the candidates with cooking up a concept for a new recipe kit.
The candidates must set up their own dog businesses.
Lord Sugar instructs the candidates to create advertising campaigns for a brand new car.
The team descend on Swansea to build a centre and supported housing for young people.
The candidates must create a tour of Bruges, Belgium, for cruise ship passengers.
The candidates must buy nine items that mark milestones in the life of Lord Sugar.
The task is to run a corporate box selling merchandise at the Women's FA Cup final.
Lord Sugar assigns the candidates a robot-themed task.
Michelle hears about a high-earning executive who fraudulently claimed a council home.
The final home on veteran street in Manchester is built for an ex-soldier and his family.
During and after World War II, babies being born to unmarried mothers was on the increase.
Lorraine spent her childhood believing that she was the only child of Pat and Ray Edwards.
When Jacqueline Clarke was still a young child, her mother revealed that she was adopted.
When he was a boy, David learnt that his mother and sisters weren't his family by birth.
When civil war broke out in Syria, Hussin had to flee for the safety of his family.
The story of a man who defrauded Greenwich council out of more than £29,000.
Jeannie Taplin grew up believing her father had died in World War II.
Basharat has been trying to trace his grandmother Ellen for his elderly mother Yasmin.
Maureen adopted after her birth mother's husband returned from war unexpectedly.
Simon Wrigley has never known his grandfather and always wanted to learn more about him.
Diana, Marie and Jean are three half-sisters who have found each other after years apart.
Featuring a woman who is caught on camera faking a disability to gain a council flat.
The team are on the trail of a stolen tablet, tracking it across Europe.
Michelle hears how a student was caught breaking the law by subletting her council flat.
The thief trackers hear how a biker helped track down motorbike thieves caught on camera.
Michelle examines the case of a tenant who claimed to be living in overcrowded conditions.
One man is using the latest tracking technology to catch moped snatchers.
Michelle hears how a football coach was secretly subletting his social-housing property.
The team make a home as comfortable as possible for a family affected by Fabry's disease.