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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.
Celebrity TV couple Fern Britton and Phil Vickery take a road trip around Devon with antiques experts Mark Stacey and James Braxton. Paired up and armed with a classic car and £400 each, the teams scour antique shops for buys that will make a profit at auction in Crewkerne, Somerset. On their journey, Fern finds out more about crime writer Agatha Christie and Phil goes back to the basics of breadmaking. All profits made go to Children in Need.
Celebrity radio DJs Janice Long and Ken Bruce swap the radio studio for the TV screen as they embark on this road trip around Oxfordshire with antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Paul Laidlaw. With £400each and a classic car to play with, they must find antiques that will sell at auction for a profit. En route, Ken indulges his passion for buses and Janice goes back to the early days of music.
Anne Reid and Thelma Barlow, two veteran actresses and stars of the BBC comedy dinnerladies, team up with antiques experts Paul Laidlaw and David Harper for a whistle-stop celebrity road trip aroundOxfordshire. Armed with a classic car and £400 each, the two teams compete to buy antiques to sell for a profit at auction in Penkridge, Staffordshire. And a trip to see wartime artwork conjures up fond but emotional memories for Anne.
Stars of stage and screen Simon Williams and Duncan Preston team up with antiques experts James Lewis and Philip Serrell for a celebrity buying trip around Essex. Armed with £400 each and two stunning classic cars, their mission - to acquire items to sell for profit at auction in Torquay, Devon. On the way, Duncan tries his hand at an ancient craft and a collector of sporting memorabilia has a tale to tell about London Mayor Boris Johnson.
It's a time-travelling episode of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip as the sixth Doctor Who, Colin Baker, pairs up with Blue Peter stalwart Peter Purves, who played the first Doctor's assistant. The two are exploring the outer reaches of Herefordshire and Worcestershire in the TARDIS, cunningly disguised as a 1970 Morris Minor. They are joined by experts Will Axon and James Braxton, who help them navigate the antiques universe. They're armed with £400 to buy antiques that will make profit at auction, and on the way Colin once again comes face to face with his nemeses the Daleks.
Two of the three Goodies, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Graeme Garden, get back into character as they pair up with antiques experts Will Axon and Philip Serrell, and take to the road in Devon in a classic car each with £400 and a mission to buy items to sell at auction for a profit. On their road trip, the celebrities enter the world of two eccentric local inventors.
Thespians Hermione Norris and John Thomson join up with antiques experts Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon on a sun-drenched trip around Cornwall in a classic car with £400 in their pocket. The aim - to buy antiques to sell for a profit at auction in Wandsworth, London. On the way, John gets a lesson in the region's nautical history while Hermione goes sky high.
Presenters of Homes Under the Hammer, Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts, trade homes for antiques on this celebrity road trip. Paired up with a classic car, antiques experts James Braxton and James Lewis and £400 in their pocket, they scour the shops of Hampshire in search of a bargain to sell at auction for profit. A visit to a school for spies and revelations about a collection of Sherlock Holmes memorabilia add intrigue to their journey. All profits made go to Children in Need.
Actors Frances Barber and Phil Davis put their scripts aside and pair up with antiques experts Catherine Southon and Thomas Plant for a celebrity buying spree around East Sussex. Armed with £400 and a classic car, each team aims to buy antiques to sell at auction in London for a profit. Their road trip also takes in a gripping tale of eccentricity and attempted murder.
Former MP and health minister Edwina Currie goes head to head with journalist and former Newpaper editor Eve Pollard on this celebrity antiques road trip around Liverpool and Manchester. Paired up with antiques experts Paul Laidlaw and David Harper, the ladies take to the road in a classic car armed with £400 and a brief to buy antiques which will make a profit at auction. On their journey Edwina goes underground and Eve sees a different side to women's lib.
It's the battle of the soaps, Weatherfield versus Walford, Shaun Williamson's Barry from EastEnders versus Vicky Entwistle's Janice Battersby from Coronation Street. The soap star duo are road tripping across Yorkshire in a stunning TVR Chimera and co-starring with them are experts Paul Laidlaw and Mark Stacy. They'll be seeing who can take £400 and buy antiques that will turn a profit at auction. On the way, Vicky uncovers a story of murder and intrigue that would be at home in any soap opera.
It's a family feud as globe trotting Judith Chalmers takes on son, TV presenter Mark Durden-Smith, in the hunt for antiques that will turn a profit at auction. Their mini-break in the English countryside takes them through Worcestershire and Gloucestershire before ending at auction in Stroud. With £400 each to spend, all they need to pack in their racy 1970s TR6 are a couple of trusty tour guides in the form of experts Paul Laidlaw and James Lewis, who'll help them sort the tourist tat from treasured souvenirs, stopping off on the way for Judith to find out how the Victorians honed the art of holidaying.
Comedians Miles Jupp and Nina Wadia team up with antiques experts Thomas Plant and Catherine Southon on a trip around Berkshire and Buckinghamshire in two classic cars. They have £400 to spend on buying antiques to sell at auction. The team with the most money left over wins and the profits go to Children In Need.
Raring to go on a road-trip through Sussex, are supermodel Jodie Kidd and chef James Martin. These petrol-head celebs have a passion for fast cars so it's only fitting that they're vying for pole position in a pair of Jaguar E types as they race to find antiques that will make profit at auction. They've got £400 to spend and riding shot-gun are experts Philip Serrell and David Harper who'll help them steer their way to the finish line at auction in Lewes, taking a pit stop on the way at the birthplace of British motorsports.
This week's big game hunt for antiques that will make profit at auction features Spring Watch presenters Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games who'll be taking a safari through the West country starting in Wiltshire and ending at auction in Somerset. Armed with £400 they'll be joined by experts Mark Stacy and James Braxton who'll be their guides through the antiques jungle and on the way, biker Martin enters hostile territory as he explores the world of scooters and Mod culture.
It's curtain up on a road trip battle as two stars of stage and screen, Robert Bathurst and Amanda Donohoe each have £400 to spend in bid to buy antiques that will make profits at auction. They'll be joined byexperts Philip Serrrell and David Harper as they take to their classic cars on a jaunt through Norfolk and Lincolnshire, ending at auction in Kent, and on the way Amanda discovers that the secret history of Valentine's day has a dark twist.
It is a family feud for fortunes as TV presenter Janet Ellis and her daughter, pop star Sophie Ellis Bextor, road trip from Essex to Yorkshire with £400 each to spend on antiques that could turn a profit at auction. Joining them on their quest in their classic cars are experts Philip Serrell and Will Axon, and on the way Janet uncovers the story of a long lost soldier, and Sophie pays homage to the humble honey bee.
It's a culinary stand off as Rosemary Shrager and Jean-Christophe Novelli take to the road in a classic Ford Mustang to see who can buy antiques that will cook up profits at auction. With £400 each to spend,experts Margie Cooper and Paul Laidlaw help the chefs sift through the bargains as they road trip through Yorkshire, stopping on the way for Jean-Christophe to discover a menu fit for a king. But will both the chefs' passion for cookery themed items land them in hot water at the auction in Sheffield?
It's a horticultural stand-off with 80's superstar turned award-winning gardener, Kim Wilde and Home Front In The Garden visionary garden designer, Diarmuid Gavin. They'll be turning their green fingers todigging up antiques that will grow a profit at action and will be hitting the road in a sleek Jaguar XJS. Helping them cut a swathe through the antiques undergrowth are experts Jonathan Pratt and Will Axon. They'll be road-tripping from Hertfordshire to Cheshire stopping on the way to introduce Kim to some ladybirds that are more literary than garden variety.
Road trip history is made as fantastical interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and straight-talking art critic Waldemar Januszczak turn the rules on their head and decide to take on the antiques experts at their own game. Rather than go head-to-head, they team up against veteran antiques supremos Charles Hanson and Charlie Ross, challenging them to an arty versus antiques duel. Heading off in a stylish Jaguar XJS through Cheshire and Staffordshire, can the celebrities' interior design and art instincts beat the experts' antiques know-how when it comes to making that all important profit at auction?
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