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Award-winning journalists John Simpson and Martha Kearney kick off the series in style.
While John finds war-related items that remind him of his years on the front line, Martha scours the New Forest to find some objects for auction.
Their trip takes them through Hampshire towards a decisive auction in Itchen Stoke, near Winchester.
Two Olympic and world champion athletes go head to head in a quest for antiques glory as hurdler Colin Jackson and triple jumper Jonathan Edwards hit the road.
They shop through Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Nottinghamshire before heading for auction in Bedford.
Two British titans join the road trip as legendary presenter Nicholas Parsons takes on writer and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth.
With the help of antique experts Paul Laidlaw and David Harper, they travel around Surrey before heading to an auction in Watford, Hertfordshire.
Legendary comedy duo Tommy Cannon and Bobby Ball hit the antiques trail. Hilarity ensues as they shop around North Yorkshire, and the competition hits fever pitch as they converge on the auction in Harrogate.
Two sparkling doyennes of British drama join the road trip as great friends Sunetra Sarker and Jo Joyner go head to head in the search for antique treasure. With antique experts Phil Serrell and James Braxton at their beck and call they visit shops, and the occasional farm, around Somerset and Devon before taking their wares to the decisive auction in Devizes, Wiltshire.
Fashion guru Gok Wan and much-loved actress Harriet Thorpe take the antiques world by storm in this episode of Antiques Road Trip. These confident celebrities give experts Christina Trevanion and David Harper a run for their money as they shop around Sussex and head for a nail-biting auction in Southend-on-Sea.
Two legends of the snooker world swap sports for antiques as former rivals Dennis Taylor and Willie Thorne join the Road Trip. With the help of antiques experts Catherine Southon and Christina Trevanion, they shop around the home counties and head for a decisive auction in Market Harborough.
It is a battle of the breakfast team as two of the nation's favourite journalists join the road trip. Naga Munchetty and Steph McGovern shop around Greater Manchester aided by regulars Charles Hanson and Charlie Ross before heading to a nail-biting auction in Knutsford, Cheshire.
It is the battle of the IQs on Antiques Road Trip as Eggheads Barry Simmons and Lisa Thiel hit the antiques trail. They shop around Lancashire, Yorkshire and Merseyside with the help of antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Paul Laidlaw before heading to auction in Rotherham.
It is a battle of the gardeners as Christine Walkden and Matthew Biggs hit the road. With the help of experts David Harper and James Braxton, they shop around Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire and it is a nail-biting finale at their decisive auction in Greenwich, London.
This episode's celebrities are two of the nation's best-loved scientists - Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock and Miranda Krestovnikoff. They are assisted by experts Phil Serrell and James Braxton as they shop forantiques around south Wales and south west England before heading to auction in Clevedon, north Somerset.
Popular presenters and best friends Jennifer Falconer and Angellica Bell get competitive in this Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. With the help of antiques experts David Harper and Christina Trevanion, they shop around Surrey, Oxfordshire and Berkshire before heading to auction in Tonbridge, Kent.
Two stars of British comedy drama take to the road. The Young Ones' Nigel Planer challenges Sally Phillips of Miranda and Smack the Pony fame to an antiques duel. They shop around Oxfordshire, Somerset and Gloucestershire, before heading for a London auction.
Comedian Hardeep Singh Kholi and much-loved comedy actress Helen Lederer join the road trip. Aided by experts Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon, they hunt for antique treasure around London and head to auction in Essex.
Legendary DJs Johnnie Walker and 'Whispering' Bob Harris are the celebrity guests on the hunt for antique treasure. They travel around Devon, Somerset and Dorset, before heading to a decisive auction in Salisbury.
It is an altogether different sort of road trip as two unique celebrities hit the antiques trail. Iconic designer Wayne Hemingway keeps his expert Phil Serrell on his toes. His rival is comedian Graham Fellows,appearing as his most famous character John Shuttleworth. They travel around Shropshire and Worcestershire before heading for a thrilling auction in Stroud.
It is a battle of land versus water as paralympian and presenter Ade Adepitan MBE and swimming Olympic gold medal-winner Mark Foster hit the antiques trail. Aided by experts Mark Stacey and Thomas Plant, they shop around Kent, and the competition heats up as they head to auction in London.
Oz Clarke and Jilly Goolden swap food and drink for antiques on Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. They shop around Angus and Perthshire with experts Margie Cooper and James Braxton before heading for auction in Scotland's capital, Edinburgh.
Clive Russell and Tim Healy compete against one anther in the antiques competition.
Phil Serrell and Natasha Raskin help Benjamin Zephaniah and Roger McGough in the antiques competition.