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Antiques experts accompany celebrities on a road trip around the UK searching for treasures and competing to make the most money at auction.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Top wheelchair Paralympians Tanni Grey-Thompson and Jade Jones do battle in the north east of England. Tanni has a record haul of medals and records, while her promising young protege Jade is just starting out on her athletics career. In the company of experts Phil Serrell and David Harper, the baroness from County Durham and Middlesbrough's Jade are on the lookout for antiques to take to auction in Harrogate. Tanni also tries her hand at traditional glass making and Jade learns about the man who was a design champion of the region.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. A celebrity couple road trip with award-winning journalists John Stapleton and Lynn Faulds Wood. Joining them on this jolly jaunt are Thomas Plant and Margie Cooper. With ú400 in their pockets, the teams kick off in Wrightington, Lancashire, and head to Stockport for auction. Lynn and Thomas find themselves literally knee deep in antiques while hunting for old biscuit tins while Margie tries to convince John some rare lamps will make a profit. And John learns how an American revolutionised British public transport and Lynn sees why snakes are milked in Liverpool.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. It is a journey into antiquity with glamorous historians Suzannah Lipscomb and Kate Williams. Paired with experts David Harper and Catherine Southon, they road trip from Bletchley in Buckinghamshire to an auction in London. There is also opportunity to hear how Mrs Beeton became the first 'domestic goddess' and why Luton played a critical role in the fashion world when hats were de rigueur daily wear. David and Suzannah gamble on a giant ant, while Catherine and Kate plump for a very large tea urn.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Two favourite Blue Peter presenters Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan are in the company of Natasha Raskin and Catherine Southon as they hunt for antiques around Surrey, Hertfordshire and north west London. Peter detours to learn how hockey became a popular sport the world over, while keen aviator Sarah sees how the Battle of Britain was won. An incredible haul of antiques, including chimney pots, Pinocchio and a pair of African fertility figures, go under the gavel at an auction in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
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