As former advisers to Lord Alan Sugar, Nick and Margaret will be exploring something a little different for their new project.
After speaking about his recent Apprentice departure on ITV's Mel and Sue, Nick revealed he would now be spending a lot of time with his good friend Margaret, who he worked with on The Apprentice for four years.
"Funnily enough I'm with Margaret tomorrow on a train," began Nick. "We're making a documentary for the BBC about Britain's railways. So I'm spending quite a lot of time with Margaret travelling. It's a bit like Brief Encounter.
"We're in Marylebone quite early in the morning," he continued. "I'll probably be holding my notes under my arm! But Margaret and I are working on this and we enjoy it a lot, working together. She is excellent. She's the real thing. God bless Margaret, she's great fun."
This isn't the first time Nick and Margaret have teamed up together, as they've previously presented BBC documentaries on immigration and benefits.
Nick and Margaret both started as advisors on The Apprentice in 2005. However, Margaret left after four years in 2009, and Nick announced his exit at the end of series 10 in December last year.
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