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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.
Richard Wilson and Annette Crosbie team up with antiques experts Catherine Southon and James Lewis, as they trawl the UK for fabulous antiques to take to auction. Their road trip kicks off in Potters Bar, makes a detour through Hampstead and ends at an auction in Heathfield, East Sussex.
TV presenters Fiona Phillips and Richard Madeley go head-to-head with the help of experts Charles Hanson and James Braxton as they go in search of antiques. They travel the entire length of Cornwall, starting in Lostwithiel and ending at an auction in Bude.
Dancers and rivals Arlene Phillips and Anton du Beke compete to buy great antiques and turn a big profit. Experts James Braxton and Charles Hanson lend a hand as the road trip visits West Yorkshire, a traditional clog-making business and Blackpool Tower, before ending at auction in Liverpool.
Old friends Michael Aspel and Una Stubbs take to the road with their antiques experts Thomas Plant and James Lewis on the hunt to find the best antique deals. They travel through the delightful county of Norfolk, ending up with an auction showdown in King's Lynn.
Actors Alison Steadman and Larry Lamb add a touch of drama to the hunt for profits as they team up with antiques experts Thomas Plant and Paul Laidlaw. Their road trip begins in Arundel, then cruises along the Sussex coast to an auction at Eastbourne.
Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson (stars of The Impressions show) join experts Thomas Plant and Mark Stacey respectively. Each team has £400 to spend on their hunt for antique bargains in and around Edinburgh for eventual sale at auction in Essex. Whose profit margin will win the day? Hopefully both teams will do well as all profits go to Children in Need.
EastEnder veterans Pam St Clement and Rudolph Walker create gripping drama with the help of their antiques experts Charles Hanson and James Braxton, seeking out antiques which will turn a profit. Theirthree-county road trip takes in Hastings in East Sussex and Tunbridge Wells in Kent before leading them to auction at Rayleigh in Essex.
Goalkeepers Peter Shilton and Peter Schmeichel compete off the pitch to buy and sell antiques in a road trip around Cheshire, aided by antiques experts Paul Laidlaw and Mark Stacey. The celebrities visit acycling museum in Warrington and a football museum in Manchester, before ending up at auction in Runcorn.
Silent witness stars Emilia Fox and Tom Ward, aided by antiques experts James Braxton and Charlie Ross, embark on a case to uncover antiques which will turn a profit. They hit the streets of Glasgow and the village of Kilbarchan before their trip leads them to auction in Billingshurst in West Sussex.
Masterchef's Gregg Wallace and John Torode feel the heat as they team up with experts Charles Hanson and Charlie Ross in the contest to make profits from buying and selling antiques. They travel from Alton in Hampshire to an auction in Fernhurst on the Surrey/West Sussex border, visiting a stately home along the way.
Sue Holderness and John Challis - Marlene and Boycie from Only Fools And Horses - join experts Charles Hanson and Philip Serrell for more antique bargain hunting. Each team has £400 to spend on their hunt for antique bargains in and around Essex for eventual sale at auction in Dartford, Kent. Will John outsmart his TV wife or will Sue win the day? Hopefully both teams will do well, as all profits go to Children In Need.
Germaine Greer and Clive Anderson hit the towns and shops of Lancashire to see who can buy the best antiques for auction in Northwich. Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Charles Hanson lend a hand to these competing celebrities and join them on excursions to the wonderful Chetham Library and Helmsmore Mill Museum. Which high-minded haggler will win the day?
Stars of stage and screen Stefanie Powers and Don Warrington pair up with experts Charles Hanson and Margie Cooper in the contest to make profits from buying and selling antiques. They travel from St Albans in Hertfordshire to an auction at Billingshurst in West Sussex, experiencing magic and heroic mosquitos along the way.
Sheila Hancock takes on her good friend and fellow celebrity Toksvig in an antiques shopping competition around the Isle of Wight, which also happens to be Sheila's birthplace. Along the way they enjoy visits to a local globe-making business and a saucy postcard museum. Experts Philip Serrell and the wonderful David Barby lend a hand with the buying and selling at auction in Tunbridge Wells.
Journalists Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin are both more used to the BBC Breakfast couch than antiques yet in this programme they battle it out alongside their antique experts, Philip Serrell and David Barby.Their journey starts in Greater Manchester and ends up with an auction showdown in Bridgenorth, Shropshire.
TV & Radio legend David 'Diddy' Hamilton and Journalist and Broadcaster Kate Silverton are led by antiques experts Charles Hanson and Thomas Plant as they go in search of antiques which will turn a profit. Starting their road trip in Newark, they take in Ruddington, Nottingham and Derby before winding up at auction in Chiswick, West London.
TV entertainers Neil Stuke and Penny Smith hit the road with £400 to invest in antiques. They go shopping in Herefordshire with help from antiques experts Paul Laidlaw and Thomas Plant and take some wayward diversions to a cider museum and puppetry archive. They end up at auction in Newport, Shropshire - but who will walk away with a profit?
Stars Laila Rouass and Charles Dale from the medical dramas Holby City and Casualty battle their way around the North of England finding some eccentric antiques they hope will make a profit. Antiques expertsJames Lewis and Paul Laidlaw are on hand to help as they travel from York via Leeds to an auction in Chertsey in Surrey.
Musical man John Barrowman and musician Myleene Klass, aided by antiques experts David Barby & David Harper, play to their strengths on the hunt for antiques which will turn a profit. Along their merry waythey take in Bristol, Chepstow, Newport and Cardiff before winding up at auction in Froncysyllte near the Welsh English Border.
Former Gold Medalists Robin Cousins and Tessa Sanderson hit the road with £400 to invest in antiques, heading to Bury St Edmonds and then onto Safron Walden. Experts David Harper and David Barby lend a hand with the shopping and their hunt includes welcome visits to the Whipple Museum in Cambridge and the wonderful Fan Museum in London. The trip ends at auction in Greenwich. Who will walk away with the biggest profit?
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