Next Episode of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip is
Season 7 / Episode 18 and airs on 14 December 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.
A battle for antique supremacy sees Downton Abbey's Phyllis Logan going head to head with her husband, Pirates of the Caribbean star Kevin McNally. The competition is fierce as the celebrities head through Kent towards an auction in Greenwich, London, each travelling in a classic car and accompanied by an antiques expert. En route, Phyllis visits the impressive collection of a controversial conservationist, while Kevin reveals just how much he knows about the universe.
This edition of the celebrity antiques challenge sees Midsomer Murders star Neil Dudgeon take on Dame Diana Rigg in a quest for antiques glory as they travel around their native Yorkshire in classic cars withexperts Catherine Southorn and Paul Laidlaw. While Neil finds his feet in the world of antiques, Dame Diana shows her expert that she is in charge right from the start.
This edition sees a battle for antique glory between two comedy legends: Barry Cryer and Bernard Cribbins. Helped on their road trip around Hertfordshire by experts Charles Hanson and Will Axon, they travel towards a deciding auction in London. Along the way, Barry has a laugh at the Museum of Comedy and Bernard gets an emotional reminder of his days in the Parachute Regiment.
This edition of the celebrity antiques challenge sees Apprentice stars Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford become rivals as they travel around the south of England. Margaret and expert Phil Serrell are treated to a rare insight into life in Roman Britain, while Nick's no-nonsense antiques hunting keeps expert Catherine Southorn on her toes.
This edition of the celebrity antiques challenge pits celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott against presenter and journalist Anne Diamond as they travel in and around London searching for antique treasure. Anne findsout how Britain became a nation of tea-lovers and Ainsley learns about the world's first celebrity chef.
Hollywood A-lister Brian Cox takes on Poirot star and friend Philip Jackson in a fight for antique glory on the south coast. Philip and expert Phil Serrell adventure off-piste in their search. Meanwhile, Brianand his expert Paul Laidlaw are surprised to find one of the world's greatest works of art represented in the most unusual place.
Television presenter Esther Rantzen challenges her daughter, and fellow presenter, Rebecca Wilcox in a competition for antique glory in and around Reading. Rebecca delights in diving into much-loved romance novels and Esther hears the moving stories of British evacuees during World War II.
Actors Lesley Joseph and Christopher Biggins battle in a competition for antique glory around Essex and Buckinghamshire. Christopher and his expert Mark Stacey stake their antique competition on one high-riskpurchase and Lesley is delighted to come face to face with an exquisite and unique artefact.
Rugby stars Phil Vickery and Martin Offiah take to the antiques trail around Bristol with the help of experts Margie Cooper and Christina Trevanion. Phil swaps a rugby ball for a polo stick, and Martin finds out about man's first ascent into the skies.
Bergerac's John Nettles takes on actor Barbara Flynn in a search for treasure around Devon and Dorset. Barbara learns about the local woman who was a scientific pioneer. Military enthusiast John also hears the harrowing story of a training exercise for D-Day that ended in tragedy.
Two groundbreaking TV presenters join the Road Trip in a search for antiques. John Craven and Johnny Ball are assisted in their quest around Hampshire and Dorset by experts Charles Hanson and Philip Serrell. Along the way, John from Countryfile is treated to a collection that once belonged to a father of modern scientific archaeology, whilst Johnny has a go as a member of the Royal Signals.
James Bolam and Susan Jameson battle it out around Sussex with the help of experts James Braxton and David Harper. The stars of New Tricks and When the Boat Comes In reveal how competitive they really are as the antique hunt heats up. Along the way, James finds out the secrets of a 170-year-old brewing tradition and bird lover Susan gets up close and personal with a unique and fascinating dodo collection.
Rory McGrath and Steve Punt are joined by experts Christina Trevanion and David Harper as they travel around Warwickshire and Nottinghamshire. Along the way, Rory experiences life in traditional Victorian baths, and Steve shares his love of music as we find out the story behind a music revolution that began in Coventry.
All Creatures Great and Small and Doctors star Christopher Timothy and Casualty's Patrick Robinson are the next celebrity road trippers. They make their way around Gloucestershire and Herefordshire with the help of experts Margie Cooper and James Braxton. Christopher proves to be a worthy student and Patrick shows who is boss by picking up an eclectic mix of goodies for the auction.
It is the battle of the broadcasters with TV legends Sian Williams and Carol Kirkwood joining the Antiques Road Trip. Helped by experts Charles Hanson and Charlie Ross, they travel through Essex and head for an auction in the Cotswolds. Along the way, Sian visits the oldest wooden church in the world and Carol hears about the heroic lives of World War I pilots, the pioneers of flight.
A battle of legendary presenters plays out around Kent and Sussex as Gloria Hunniford and Angela Rippon join the road trip. Along the way they stage a rescue mission to help stranded experts Paul Laidlaw andDavid Harper. Gloria hears the story behind a local landmark and Angela steps into the world of Virginia Woolf.
This road trip explores Shakespeare country in the company of two of Britain's best-loved actors, Holby City's Robert Powell and Bergerac and Skippy star Liza Goddard. Along the way Robert and expert PaulLaidlaw look at the school days of a young William Shakespeare. Meanwhile, Liza introduces her expert Charles Hanson to one of her great passions.
Newsreaders Natasha Kaplinsky and Michael Buerk embark on an adventure around Sussex in search of antiques. With the help of experts Thomas Plant and Mark Stacey, the competitive side of the celebrity guests emerge. Along the way Michael tastes the delights of Hastings and Natasha meets some woolly friends who played a vital role in making Britain a world leader during the Industrial Revolution.
Two ladies of nobility hit the road in a search of antique treasure. Baroness Oona King and Dame Jenni Murray go head to head as they travel around London with the help of experts David Harper and Christina Trevanion. Along the way Baroness Oona visits a band of female pioneers, and Dame Jenni learns the story behind a revolutionary organisation that transformed animal welfare.
Two comedians go head to head on Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. Doctor-turned-comedian Phil Hammond, and comedy actress Maria McErlane's antique adventure takes them through Cheshire, Lancashire and Wales. Helped by experts Margie Cooper and Phil Serrell, both celebrities take charge of the shopping. Along the way Phil comes face to face with the inspiration for Sherlock Holmes, and Maria hears how a beautiful well in Flintshire has been credited with healing powers for over 700 years.
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