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Two teams of amateur collectors have an hour at an antiques fair in which to acquire the best bargains possible with £300.

Genres: Arts & Crafts
Station: BBC One (UK)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Running
Start: 2018-12-14

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S2023E75 - Exeter 16 Air Date: 16 October 2023 11:15 -

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Christina Trevanion dons a hard hat and descends into a network of little-known tunnels underneath the ancient city of Exeter. By torchlight, she explores passageways six metres under the city streets that used to carry water pipes into the heart of Exeter.

Above ground, the teams delve into the antique stalls to unearth treasures to sell at auction in the nearby village of Hele. Digging for profits are the blues, sales assistants Jack and Shaun, with their expert Ben Cooper. Hoping to extinguish their plans are the reds, firefighters Andrew and Steve, guided by expert Richard Madley.

Shaun smells profits when they spot a cut-glass and silver scent bottle, while Steve isn't exactly bowled over by two homemade cricket bats. Can auctioneer Adam Partridge hit a six for the teams, or will they be out for a duck?

S2023E76 - Hungerford 22 Air Date: 20 October 2023 11:15 -

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Caroline Hawley bakes up a treat of a show from an Elizabethan mansion, while the teams hope to make a lot of dough at auction.

Under the floorboards of Shaw House, on the outskirts of Newbury, Caroline is shown a hidden bakehouse that was revealed during restoration work. Built in 1581, Shaw House is one of the best-preserved Elizabethan houses in Britain.

Hoping to cook up some profits in nearby Hungerford are mother and son team, Sarah and Frankie. They take on grandmother and granddaughter duo, Sally and Narissa.

Both teams get off to a frantic start, with just 60 minutes on the clock to buy three items each. Sarah and Frankie like their ceramics, but expert Raj Bisram warns them off a pricey art deco vase. The blues have expensive tastes too and pin their hopes on a mid-century silver and enamelled brooch, but does expert Stephanie Connell share their enthusiasm?

At the auction in Newbury, Thomas Forrester wields his gavel, but could it all come down the bonus buys?

S2023E77 - Naseby 20 Air Date: 23 October 2023 11:15 -

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Danny Sebastian puts his best foot forward on the show when he visits Northamptonshire, a county with a long reputation for creating high-quality footwear. At the Museum of Leathercraft in Northampton, he delves into their collection of 10,000 items from around the world, from 3,000 years ago to the present day.

Curator James Hawksley shows Danny a sedan chair from the 1750s, a leather pigeon harness used to carry blood samples and two leather jugs called bombards because of their resemblance to the old bombard cannon. James even turns the table on Danny and reveals a mystery object for him to guess.

Across the county, two teams do battle in the historic village of Naseby. Expert David Harper heads up the red team, husband and wife Matt and Sunita, while the blues – father and son Surinder and Sukhip – are guided by Kate Bliss.

After a speedy start, the reds seem very relaxed… Can David focus their attention and help them to start spending? Over with the blues, a reproduction GR post box catches Surinder's attention, but Kate isn't convinced that it willl deliver a profit.

In Stratford-upon-Avon, Danny asks auctioneer Mark Ashley for his estimates on the teams' purchases but, as always, it comes down to how deep the bidders' pockets are.

S2023E78 - Detling 3 Air Date: 27 October 2023 11:15 -

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Roo Irvine gets into the rhythm of African drumming in Kent as two teams go head-to-head at Detling antiques fair. Roo joins Abass Dodoo, a master Ghanaian drummer who has been collecting African drums and performing with them for over 25 years. Abbas tells Roo that he has played at some very special events, including the Commonwealth Day celebrations in 2020 at Westminster Abbey in front of the royal family.

In Detling, the teams try to snare some bargains with the help of experts Irita Marriott and Nick Hall. The reds hope to get a leg up with a step ladder, while the blues chew over a decorative ‘molar' vase. Will the bidders sink their teeth into the teams' buys in Bourne End, Buckinghamshire?

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