Next Episode of Bargain Hunt is
Season 47 / Episode 16 and airs on 30 June 2017 12:15
Two teams of amateur collectors have an hour at an antiques fair in which to acquire the best bargains possible with £300.
Anita Manning presents from the market town of Dorking in Surrey. The teams are let loose in a bid to find some bargains to make a profit at auction. Experts Danny Sebastian and David Harper help guide the way, as both teams find it tricky to decide what to buy. Anita also pays a visit to Dorking Museum to find out about a unique collection of race cars.
Natasha Raskin Sharp presents from the South of England Showground in Ardingly. Lending a hand to the teams are Tim Weeks and Caroline Hawley. Both teams race around the showground pursuing potential purchases for profit at auction. Natasha catches up with an expert to find out more about a local running legend.
Charlie Ross is overseeing the hunt for bargains today in Lincolnshire.
A punk rock singer and actress take on two gym bunnies as the teams compete to buy three items that will make the most profit at auction. Providing a helping hand are Raj Bisram and Kate Bliss.
Meanwhile, Charlie finds time to learn about the first public library in England.
The market town of Dorking in Surrey is the setting for today's programme, presented by Anita Manning. Experts Danny Sebastian and David Harper help the teams find some bargains in the town's antique shops thatthey hope will make a profit at auction. The reds take some risks, while the blues cannot contain their excitement. Anita also pays a visit to a once-luxurious Roman villa in Bignor, Sussex, that boasts some of the finest Roman mosaics in the world.
Eric Knowles presents from the charming market town of Leominster in Herefordshire. The teams are let loose on the town's antiques shops in a bid to find some bargains. But will their gamble pay off at the auction? Keeping them in check are experts Caroline Hawley and Thomas Plant. Eric Knowles finds out more about a local piece of pharmacy history.
Paul Laidlaw and John Cameron are at The Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh helping the teams spend £300 on three items which they hope will make a profit at auction.
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