Judy Murray and Greg Rusedski swap the tennis court for Caledonia on a hunt for antiques with Angus Ashworth and Raj Bisram. Do they really find Andy Murray's old clogs?
Craig Charles and Robert Llewellyn team up with antiquers Izzie Balmer and Tim Medhurst for a West Midlands road trip. A search for profit making antiques to sell at auction.
Actors Dan Brocklebank and Hayley Tamaddon are on the search for antiques in East Anglia. It is the battle of the soap stars – but will the Coronation Street or Emmerdale star come out on top? Guiding them on their way are antique experts Raj Bisram and Angus Ashworth. One unusual find is Hayley’s 18th-century crib, while Dan goes unorthodox and plumps for an old funeral director’s sign. All roads lead to an auction in North Yorkshire. On a break from shopping, Hayley and Raj take a trip to the seaside for an ice cream and an educational trip to Great Yarmouth’s Pleasure Beach. Dan and Angus, meanwhile, hear how a one person’s passion for pooches has inspired countless others to rehome unwanted dogs.
Two of TV's favourite doctors, Dr Ranj Singh and Dr Zoe Williams, are paired with experts Steph Connell and Tim Medhurst. Both hope to catch the antiques bug in Lancashire and Greater Manchester.
Actor Neil Morrissey takes on TV presenter JJ Chalmers in the antique buying challenge. Expect a Palamino horse, an old monkey, a rattling teddy and a furious farmer.
Poet Dr John Cooper Clarke and comic and TV panellist Phill Jupitus seek treasure in East Anglia, with excellent expert guidance courtesy of auctioneer James Braxton and dealer Stephanie Connell.
Singing sensation Emeli Sande and her collaborator and chum Naughty Boy take time off from making hit records to get behind the wheel of a classic car and seek out antiques.
Love Island stars Wes Nelson and Georgia Steel couple up with experts Izzie Balmer and Phil Serrell on the hunt for antiques in Yorkshire, before an auction in North Shields.
Today's treasure seekers in East Anglia are TV Loose Women Andrea McLean and Penny Lancaster, with experts Tim Medhurst and David Harper.
Emmerdale and Holby City actress Gemma Oaten and actress, broadcaster and disability rights campaigner Samantha Renke are on the hunt for antiques in Lancashire, accompanied by experts Philip Serrell and James Braxton. Gemma and Philip take a break from shopping to learn how Blackpool’s tram network was shaped by one man’s vision and how his work continues today. Samantha and James get the lowdown on where Lancaster’s Grand Theatre fits into the fascinating history of British clowning. One team leaves a taxi driver in disbelief and without a ride when they drive off with his black cab, and a donkey called James makes a big surprise at the auction. But when the gavel goes down, which of these glamorous gals will emerge victorious at the Kendal auction?
Friendly rivalry is cranked up as two stars of the small screen, actors Will Mellor and Nick Pickard, banter and browse through England’s north west, before heading for auction in the London borough of Greenwich. Friends since 1995 and the first episodes of soap Hollyoaks, neither is content with second place on this treasure hunt with antiques experts Paul Laidlaw and Steph Connell. Nick makes a pit stop to explore the uniquely soapy history of the Merseyside village of Port Sunlight. Meanwhile, Will learns about the north west’s proud contribution to the history of glass-making. But will it be a pocket watch or an old money box that makes the biggest profit?
Holby City stars Rosie Marcel and Bob Barrett - aka Jak Naylor and Sacha Levy - swap scalpels and scrubs for curios and collectibles in a very competitive Road Trip. They scour the Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire flatlands for antique bargains to sell at auction in St Ives, near Huntingdon. Rosie pairs with expert David Harper, and Bob with auctioneer Louise Gostelow. Bob’s Road Trip is thrown into crisis when a flooded river blocks his way to the antique shops. However, on a circuitous detour he fulfils a 50-year wish to get his hands dirty learning about landscape gardening at a location close to his heart. Meanwhile, Rosie swaps her classic car for another vehicle once driven by royalty, as she explores the historic collection of planes and sports cars left by a man passionate about speed. Best friends at the start of their Road Trip, but will it be Rosie or Bob with the bragging rights at the end?
Comedy queen Shappi Khorsandi and Blue Peter royalty Konnie Huq are on the road in a sun strewn Sussex with dashing duo Charles Hanson and Tim Medhurst. Charles is determined to impress Shappi but will a fishy buy make them flounder at the north London auction? Meanwhile, Konnie is put through her paces with some tough haggling for an arts and crafts oak armchair. Shappi and Charles visit the resplendent Royal Pavilion in Brighton to hear why it once served an important role as a hospital. Konnie and Tim visit nearby Hove to find out about the origins of the world’s second most popular sport but Tim comes a cropper when bowled a googly.
Actresses, models and friends Helen Flanagan and Jorgie Porter pair with experts Phil Serrell and James Braxton. It is a treasure-seeking challenge to make the most cash from buying and selling antiques. As they scour some of Scotland’s finest antique shops, they uncover an interesting tea caddy and an unusual ship’s compass. Fingers are crossed for profits at auction in Stirlingshire. However, Helen struggles to haggle, preferring to offer ‘more’ than the ticket price, much to the exasperation of partner Phil. Jorgie takes a detour to hit an ace at on very historic tennis court, while Helen takes a break from the shops to learn about tartan, kilts and to help Phil find his missing underwear. Lordy! At the all-important auction, which bird will fly the highest - Jorgie’s pottery flamingo or Helen’s porcelain pigeon?
Velvet-voiced journalist and broadcaster Mariella Frostrup is joined by her friend, the fashion and interior designer Pearl Lowe, in their adopted county of Somerset. Both are paired with personal shoppers offering sage guidance, dealer Raj Bisram and auctioneer James Braxton. But who will haggle the hardest when it comes to making a deal? Our celebrities and experts rummage through the antiques shops and uncover Norwegian jewellery, African sculpture and some traditional English furniture. A rather circuitous route means long before arriving at a London auction in Southgate, they discover the story of one of Britain’s very first animal rights campaigners and learn about the quirky folk revival of the Minehead Hobbyhorse.
Countryfile presenters Adam Henson and Steve Brown team up with antique experts David Harper and Roo Irvine for a road trip around the rolling Cotswold Hills, searching for antiques they can snap up and sell on at auction for a profit. Adam takes a gamble on an unusual and rare collectable, while Steve finds an ancient Chinese antique that gets everyone talking. Our celebrity Trippers also explore the area’s history, with Adam discovering the vital work a charity played saving horses during the Great War, while Steve takes a trip down a canal to learn how a little boat save hundreds of lives at Dunkirk. Which Countryfile presenter will take the rosette when their antique buys go under the gavel in Bristol?
Close pals Stanley Johnson and Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo compete to find profit making antiques in Cumbria. Guiding them are top auctioneers Paul Laidlaw and Izzie Balmer. Toff disregards expert Izzie’s advice to not buy a ‘daintee laydee’ teapot but seeks her counsel when it comes to gamble purchase of a very unusual piece of jewellery. Stanley, meanwhile, is ruled by his head when one antique stirs some emotions from his youth – will he come to regret a buy based on nostalgia? Toff takes time out from shopping to learn about the importance boats have played in the Lake District and Stanley finds time to hear about the conversation work of artist John Ruskin. Both teams take a risk on one big-ticket item – but who will make the biggest profit at auction in South Yorkshire?
Comedy legend Bobby Davro and songstress Sheila Ferguson of The Three Degrees are on a rollicking road trip around Kent. Accompanied by experts James Braxton and Catherine Southon, what profitable antiques might they find? There is time to break from the antiques shopping, and Bobby, a huge supporter of the armed forces, hears the little-known history of the Royal Engineers. Sheila, meanwhile, discovers how black culture and music arrived, and thrived, in the Garden of England. Catherine struggles to keep Bobby’s focus - can the wisecrack wizard stop cracking jokes long enough to bag some bargains? It doesn’t take long for James to realise his celebrity is as good at haggling as she is at holding a tune. Shopping done, our trippers head for the auction in Christchurch, Dorset.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Denise van Outen faces off with Kelly Brook. Kelly may have home advantage, but Denise's haggling skills make the result hard to call.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely take time off from Diversity to get behind the wheel of a classic car and head out into the country.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Actors David Bradley and Nigel Harman head out on the highways from Oxfordshire to Somerset in search of antique goodies.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Comics Al Murray and Paul Chowdhry hunt for antiques that will make a profit at auction, with James Braxton and Natasha Raskin Sharp.
Pop star Ian 'H' Watkins and entertainer Claire Sweeney scour the Welsh border for antiques. Friends turn rivals as they hunt for bargains with help from experts James Braxton and David Harper.
From The Communards to Holy Communion and a classic car, Rev Richard Coles is in the driving seat for this trip. His Strictly co-pilot is glitterball champion Joe McFadden, an actor who has played roles in Heartbeat, Cranford and Casualty. Joining our celebrities on their romp across Scotland are antiques experts David Harper and Phil Serrell, who offer guidance on a budgie, a barrel of whisky and some very large plates. Before an auction south of the border in Newcastle, Richard and David play football at one of Scotland's most famous clubs, while Joe and Phil end up going round in circles deep underground. But, when both teams buy near identical antiques, it makes for a nail-biting auction.
Anneka Rice's latest challenge is competing against Silent Witness actor Liz Carr in a competition to find the most profitable antique. Experts Phil Serrell and James Braxton are on hand for this unforgettable treasure hunt. On a detour from the antique shops Liz learns how criminal investigations were brought into the modern age - solving a murder mystery. Meanwhile Phil takes Anneka off the antiques trail and to a local farm - much to the bewilderment of the farmer. Their final destination is an auction in Greenwich. What will the bidders want - the barbers' bowl or the coaching trunk?
Stars of BBC Sunday teatime treat Countryfile Charlotte Smith and Tom Heap swap agriculture for antiques as they treasure-seek in Hampshire and Buckinghamshire, ably assisted by auctioneers James Braxton and Phil Serrell. Their final destination is Winchester and auction, but first Tom turns woodworker as he learns the ancient craft of 'bodging' deep in the Chiltern hills. For Charlotte it is off to see some ducks in Bucks as she meets the famous Aylesbury duck, common to the area for 300 years and the inspiration behind Jemima Puddle-Duck. With £400 each and a lot of decisions to make along the way, will it be shepherd's delight or blood, sweat and steers for this farming fanatical pair?
Sue Johnston and Lisa Riley hit north west England in a whirlwind of hilarity and haggling
England cricket legend David Gower and his friend TV presenter Nick Hancock tour Hampshire to find curios and collectables to take to auction in Sidcup. Charlie Ross and Phil Serrell ably assist. Charlie takes David to Portsmouth to board HMS Warrior - the ultimate demonstration of Britain's industrial might and naval power. Nick and Phil pause the search for antiques to hunt for brown trout, leaving them with red faces and wet trousers. But, will it be a 19th century camera or a 18th Century style ship's head that will win the day?
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Two stars of the seventies, cool crooner Tony Christie and pop royalty Jimmy Osmond, are accompanied by experts Catherine Southon and Margie Cooper. Blasting off from the Leicestershire town of Loughborough, they head for an auction in the Staffordshire city of Stoke-on-Trent. Tony squeezes in a visit to Coalbrookdale, the place where groundbreaking techniques were developed that kick-started the industrial revolution. Petrolhead Jimmy gets to whizz round the historical race circuit at Donington. The big auction finale includes a sing-a-long like no other, but which musical maestro will clinch victory?