Next Episode of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip is
Season 7 / Episode 6 and airs on 20 November 2017 19:00
Antiques experts accompany celebrities on a road trip around the UK searching for treasures and competing to make the most money at auction.
Celebrity likely lads from Liverpool, pals Ricky Tomlinson and Micky Starke, are joined by Catherine Southon and Margie Cooper on a rollocking road trip adventure. Kicking off from Knutsford, Cheshire, they head for auction in Southport via a visit to Liverpool. Ricky turns out to be an impulse buyer while Micky adopts a more relaxed approach. Gamble buys include antiques from Japan and China, but what will sell closer to home?
Micky also learns why topless men from a small Cheshire town made global impact with their sweaty and salty occupation, while dog lover Ricky discovers the incredible history of guide dog training in the UK.
Celebrity friends Chesney Hawkes and Debbie McGee scour south east England in search of all things antique, accompanied by experts Christina Trevanion and Charles Hanson in two classic cars. Debbie hopes to conjure up a profit with a mantle clock and a hunting flask. But will a 100-year-old weather vane point Chesney to a big win? Time allows for detours to learn about some local history. For the 'one and only' Chesney, it is the hunt for the origins of his own name. Debbie meanwhile learns about the work of a Victorian artist that changed the world.
This Road Trip concludes with a very fun auction in Ruislip.
Strictly Come Dancing champions Ore Oduba and Joanne Clifton are hunting for treasure with top antiquers Catherine Southon and David
Harper. They are shopping their way around Sussex and Kent buying upitems to take to auction in Southend-on-Sea.
Along the way, Catherine and BBC Sport presenter Ore learn about the rich history of 'Stool Ball' - an intriguing game devised by milk maids over 600 years ago that went on to become cricket. David and Joanne, however, visit Shoreham-by-Sea, once a hotbed of movie making in the black and white days. Competition is high between these two dancing divas, but will it be a vintage drum or a child's rocking chair that wins the day?
Former Holby City actors Tina Hobley and Sharon Maughan are traversing the beautiful Cotswold countryside in search of some classy antiques to sell at auction. Accompanied by experts James Braxton and Raj Bisram, they face off for the bragging rights of antique aficionado.
Leaving Gloucestershire in the rear view mirror, they aim their classic cars for an auction in Brighton. Sharon breaks from the shops to learn about a troubled love life of one the country's greatest artists, while Tina finds out why the wealthy once raced their cars up a hill at break-neck speed.
Television presenters Anthea Turner and Andi Peters team up with Road Trip favourites Charles Hanson and Margie Cooper. They tour the north west of England, making shopping pit stops in Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Staffordshire. Margie allows Andi to indulge his passion for aviation when he swaps the classic car for a vintage Vulcan bomber, while Stoke lass Anthea learns about the area's rich heritage and why Staffordshire is synonymous with pottery. Yorkshire-bound, they are headed for auction in Killinghall, near Harrogate. Will Andi win the day with a French cabinet or will Anthea come out top with her 65 million year old fossil?
Call the Midwife co-stars Cliff Parisi and Judy Parfitt team up with Road Trip regulars Catherine Southon and Phillip Serrell. Headed for an auction in Norfolk they start their antiques hunt in Kent. When he's not acting Cliff takes to the skies, but this amateur pilot is keen to know why the Hurricane isn't as 'sexy' as a Spitfire. Meanwhile, Phil takes Judy back in time to hear the story of mercenary sailors who, from five ports in the south of England, defended the country before Britain had an established navy. Will Cliff's love for vintage toy cars secure the biggest profits, or can Judy's tough bargaining skills see her triumph?
Actors Anna Chancellor and Holly Aird are joined by experts Natasha Raskin Sharp and Margie Cooper for a trip through the Home Counties. They purchase items ranging from a military field flask to a pigeon clock.
Veteran broadcasters John Sergeant and Peter White tour the leafy countryside south of the Thames. With the wind in his sails John gets up to speed on the river in a historic yacht while Peter, blind from birth, bats a good innings at one of the country's oldest cricket clubs. The two journalists give the antiques shops a good investigation, making some highly individual choices. Will John's painting of sailing barges on the Norfolk Broads deliver a cargo of cash at auction? And will a wooden windmill blow a profit in Peter's direction?
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