Ann Widdecombe and Craig Revel Horwood travel from Colyton in Devon through Somerset buying antiques with their experts Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon. They end up at an auction in Southend-on-Sea.
Journalists Kirsty Wark and Alastair Stewart, more used to current affairs than antiques, battle it out with their antiques experts Philip Serrell and Catherine Southon. They travel across Scotland starting in Edinburgh, then on to Falkland and up to St Andrews, before heading south to Kent for the auction.
Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis go head-to-head scouring the West Country for antiques with their antiques experts Mark Stacey and Thomas Plant. They start in Honiton, Devon, and end up at an auction in Crewkerne, Somerset.
Tony Blackburn and Toyah Willcox take to the road with antiques experts Charlie Ross and Charles Hanson. Their journey starts in the historic town of York and ends up with an auction in Stanstead, Essex.
Actor Tom Conti and presenter Kate Derham fight it out with their antique experts James Braxton and James Lewis to turn £400 into profit. Their journey takes them around East Sussex, starting in Lewes and ending with an auction in Wandsworth.
Actor and explorer Brian Blessed takes to the road with comedian Jenny Eclair, accompanied by antiques experts James Braxton and Anita Manning. They start their trip in Cockermouth and head south through Cumbria, eventually ending up in Runcorn for an auction showdown.
Question of Sport captain and master of bowling spin Phil Tufnell battles it out with BBC Breakfast's sport presenter Chris Hollins to find the best deals on antiques. Experts Philip Serrell and Thomas Plant are on hand to give advice as they travel south-east England, ending up at an auction in Chiswick, London.
Bond girls Honor Blackman and Britt Ekland take to the road in an Aston Martin to relive some 007 classics as they team up with antique experts Charlie Ross and Charles Hanson. Their mission - to buy antiques and make a profit as they roar around Cambridge and Saffron Walden ending up an auction in Greenwich, London.
Father and son team Dan and Peter Snow go head to head with experts Charlie Ross and Charles Hanson on the hunt to find the best antique deals as they travel through Hampshire and along the south coast ending up at an auction in Billingshurst, Sussex.
Sir Terry Wogan and Caroline Quentin add a touch of class as they go in search of antiques profits to donate to Children in Need. In a classic 1948 Jaguar MK 4 they travel around Oxfordshire with antiques experts Charlie Ross and Charles Hanson, ending up at an auction showdown in Chiswick, London.
This edition of the celebrity antiques challenge sees Downton Abbey's Phyllis Logan go 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 with experts 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 of the celebrity antiques challenge sees a battle for antique glory between comedy greats Barry Cryer and Bernard Cribbins. Helped on their road trip around Hertfordshire by experts Charles Hanson and Will Axon
This edition of the celebrity antiques challenge sees The 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 finds out how Britain became a nation of tea lovers and Ainsley learns about the world's first celebrity chef.
This edition of the celebrity antiques challenge pits Hollywood A-lister Brian Cox against 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, Brian and 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
Comedy legend Jennifer Saunders and her best pal, top actress Patricia Potter, take to the road on a humdinger of a trip. Joined by veteran antiquers Phillip Serrell and Mark Stacey, they shop in Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire before heading for an auction in Greenwich, London. Jennifer and Phil detour to hear about Fred Karno, the man credited with inventing slapstick comedy. Meanwhile, Patricia and Mark learn how a surgeon from Reading used his incredible sense of smell to successfully treat soldiers injured in World War One. And, Phil gets custard pied - what is not to love?
Legends of stage and screen Charles Dance and Geraldine James join antiques experts Natasha Raskin and Will Axon on this road trip romp around Wiltshire. Charles finds a pair of Edwardian silver vases he hopes will prove profitable at an auction in Essex. Geraldine, however, bumps into a chap in the street with a 19th-century French empire secretaire. It costs her a small fortune - will the gamble pay off? A diversion from the shops sees Charles end up in the cockpit of a very old helicopter, while Geraldine learns how a small part of Swindon dating back 170 years influenced the creation of the modern NHS.
Two luvvies from the world of stage and TV, Ruth Madoc and Su Pollard, best known for their appearances in sitcom Hi-De-Hi, are antique hunting with Phil Serrell and Raj Bisram. Setting off from the Welsh border town of Monmouth, they head for auction in Congleton, Cheshire. Ruth also gets to find out about the incredible 19th-century nurse - and it is not Florence Nightingale - whilst Su visits ancient Roman town Caerleon and finds time for an amphitheatre showdown with Phil. And Su attempts to resolve an age old mystery - does Phil wear a wig?
Top Italian cooks Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo are on a road trip around East Anglia. Restaurateurs, writers and old friends, the 'greedy Italians' forage for antiques in the company of experts David Harper and James Braxton. Watch out for some explosive bargaining and an extremely tasty risotto! When he is not shopping, Antonio learns about the brave fisherman of Suffolk, who saved mariners' lives while risking their own. And Gennaro has a trip to take a peek at a very special bird.
Comic and entertainer Jim Moir and his wife Nancy Sorrell are road tripping in Kent today. Better known as Vic Reeves, Jim brings his unique brand of humour to the business of buying antiques. Model and TV presenter Nancy also knows a thing or two about bargaining and she is very competitive! The couple are ably assisted by experts Charlie Ross and Thomas Plant. Look out for Jim's uncanny gift of guessing the age of just about anything, Dixon crossing the Niagara Falls and how to navigate by longitude. And will the mysterious Mrs Parker turn up to the auction?
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Strictly Come Dancing's Zoe Ball and Ian Waite are quickstepping their way across the south west of England in a bid to turn a profit at auction in Hampshire. Experts Margie Cooper and Paul Laidlaw are on hand to guide them. Paul shares a secret with Zoe about buying antique hair brushes. Ian, though, offers dancing lessons to dealers to secure a discount. Lordy! Zoe also hears how one village became world famous for lace production while Ian ends up meeting a giant horse with its own boat.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Prog rocker Rick Wakeman and best mate Ian Lavender, loved as Pike from Dad's Army, enjoy a jolly B-road ride around Norfolk. In the company of experts Raj Bisram and David Harper, the two antique-hunting celebrities scour the county for treasure to take to auction in Nottingham. Rick also uncovers some hidden medieval graffiti in Norwich Cathedral, while Ian detours to north Norfolk to see the world's largest collection of model soldiers. But will a wise old Japanese man help Ian win at auction?
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Actor and charmer Nigel Havers and his canny, deal-making chum, and ex-agent, Michael Whitehall explore the West Country. Travelling by Bentley and TVR, they have ú400 each and expert advice from Margie Cooper and James Braxton. But what will do best at the auction - Nigel's old cockle bucket or Michael's tambourine? And there is a trip to see some Bristol Savages and bit of Georgian elegance with the story of The King of Bath.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. TV chefs Aldo Zilli and Ching He-Huang do battle on this road trip around south east England, aided by experts Natasha Raskin and Paul Laidlaw. Aldo plumps for a gold ring despite expert advice, while Ching hopes antiques with an eastern origin will far well at auction in north London. Aldo stops off to meet a 200-year-old named Jill to hear how she supplied locals with flour. And animal lover Ching learns how one man faced ridicule and ruin while trying to protect cattle in the 19th century.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Two legends of British comedy, Ronni Ancona and Jan Ravens, are joined on this road trip by antiquers Phil Serrell and James Braxton. Starting in the north Yorkshire town of Redcar, they head for auction in Stockport in Cheshire. Jan gets rather carried away and spends every single penny of her entire budget, while Ronni gets a kick out of a very kitsch glass boot. A quick detour sees Jan find out why Hartlepudlians thought a monkey was a Frenchman and Ronni is left open-mouthed when Braxton takes off his clothes.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Pop icon and actress Clare Grogan is reunited with fellow Glaswegian, Taggart actor Alex Norton, to battle it out in the search for profitable antiques. Anita Manning and Paul Laidlaw are on hand to lend their expertise. Anita and Alex find themselves on an 'antiques boat trip' as they reminisce about childhood trips down the Clyde, while Clare and Paul see firsthand what Stirling Castle would have looked like in the 16th century. The result of the auction in Ayr all rests on a naked lady.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Top presenting pals Nicki Chapman and Jules Hudson escape to the country to find antiques with Natasha Raskin and Philip Serrell. It becomes girls versus boys, both teams with ú400 in their pockets. Kicking off from Wormsley in Herefordshire, they Road Trip into Wales and Oxfordshire, before finishing in North Finchley, London for an auction. Along the way the girls meet a clog maker who carves shoes by hand, while the boys head to the Herefordshire Light Infantry Museum to hear about the regiment's involvement at Gallipoli.
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?
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Husband-and-wife vocal coaches David and Carrie Grant swap singing in harmony for battling it out with antiques. With the help of experts Will Axon and Mark Stacey the competitive celebrity couple uncover some unusual items to sell at auction in rural Norfolk. David also visits a patch of inner-city grass in Cambridge where today children play and dogs are walked but was actually the birthplace of football, while Carrie learns how Letchworth Garden City sparked a revolution in town design.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Actors and friends from Casualty Susan Cookson and Suzannne Packer swap surgery scrubs for a 1965 Sunbeam Tiger as they battle it out around the north west of England, assisted by James Braxton and David Harper. Susan discovers her inner haggler, while Suzanne keeps the purse string very tight as she bids to discover an item with some real age. As the trip winds across Yorkshire there is the chance to meet a very special woman from Sheffield and a look around some incredible gardens with an amazing history.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Gourmet gastronomes Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala do battle, with help from experts David Harper and Natasha Raskin. Setting off from Dundee, they snake down the east coast of Scotland to the village of Rosewell in Midlothian for an auction. Cyrus proves to have a flair for negotiating and Tony is not shy at naming his price. Tony discovers why one Scottish city was home to many millionaires, and Cyrus finds his sea legs as he learns why Anstruther was a pivotal fishing port in the 19th century.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Top wheelchair Paralympians Tanni Grey-Thompson and Jade Jones do battle in the north east of England. Tanni has a record haul of medals and records, while her promising young protege Jade is just starting out on her athletics career. In the company of experts Phil Serrell and David Harper, the baroness from County Durham and Middlesbrough's Jade are on the lookout for antiques to take to auction in Harrogate. Tanni also tries her hand at traditional glass making and Jade learns about the man who was a design champion of the region.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. A celebrity couple road trip with award-winning journalists John Stapleton and Lynn Faulds Wood. Joining them on this jolly jaunt are Thomas Plant and Margie Cooper. With ú400 in their pockets, the teams kick off in Wrightington, Lancashire, and head to Stockport for auction. Lynn and Thomas find themselves literally knee deep in antiques while hunting for old biscuit tins while Margie tries to convince John some rare lamps will make a profit. And John learns how an American revolutionised British public transport and Lynn sees why snakes are milked in Liverpool.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. It is a journey into antiquity with glamorous historians Suzannah Lipscomb and Kate Williams. Paired with experts David Harper and Catherine Southon, they road trip from Bletchley in Buckinghamshire to an auction in London. There is also opportunity to hear how Mrs Beeton became the first 'domestic goddess' and why Luton played a critical role in the fashion world when hats were de rigueur daily wear. David and Suzannah gamble on a giant ant, while Catherine and Kate plump for a very large tea urn.
Celebrities hunt for antiques across the UK. Two favourite Blue Peter presenters Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan are in the company of Natasha Raskin and Catherine Southon as they hunt for antiques around Surrey, Hertfordshire and north west London. Peter detours to learn how hockey became a popular sport the world over, while keen aviator Sarah sees how the Battle of Britain was won. An incredible haul of antiques, including chimney pots, Pinocchio and a pair of African fertility figures, go under the gavel at an auction in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
Silver screen legend Hayley Mills accompanies friend and fellow actor Stephen Tompkinson on an amble around north east England in a vintage E Type Jag and Rolls Royce. The Wild at Heart co-stars seek expert guidance from Christina Trevanion and David Harper as they visit antique shops and emporiums, all before an exciting West Yorkshire auction. Hayley detours to hear the little known story behind Earl Grey tea and Stephen visits the amateur football team who won the World Cup... twice!
Celebrity likely lads from Liverpool, pals Ricky Tomlinson and Micky Starke, are joined by Catherine Southon and Margie Cooper on a rollocking road trip adventure. Kicking off from Knutsford, Cheshire, they head for auction in Southport via a visit to Liverpool. Ricky turns out to be an impulse buyer while Micky adopts a more relaxed approach. Gamble buys include antiques from Japan and China, but what will sell closer to home? Micky also learns why topless men from a small Cheshire town made global impact with their sweaty and salty occupation, while dog lover Ricky discovers the incredible history of guide dog training in the UK.
Celebrity friends Chesney Hawkes and Debbie McGee scour south east England in search of all things antique, accompanied by experts Christina Trevanion and Charles Hanson in two classic cars. Debbie hopes to conjure up a profit with a mantle clock and a hunting flask. But will a 100-year-old weather vane point Chesney to a big win? Time allows for detours to learn about some local history. For the 'one and only' Chesney, it is the hunt for the origins of his own name. Debbie meanwhile learns about the work of a Victorian artist that changed the world. This Road Trip concludes with a very fun auction in Ruislip.
Strictly Come Dancing champions Ore Oduba and Joanne Clifton are hunting for treasure with top antiquers Catherine Southon and David Harper. They are shopping their way around Sussex and Kent buying upitems to take to auction in Southend-on-Sea. Along the way, Catherine and BBC Sport presenter Ore learn about the rich history of 'Stool Ball' - an intriguing game devised by milk maids over 600 years ago that went on to become cricket. David and Joanne, however, visit Shoreham-by-Sea, once a hotbed of movie making in the black and white days. Competition is high between these two dancing divas, but will it be a vintage drum or a child's rocking chair that wins the day?
Former Holby City actors Tina Hobley and Sharon Maughan are traversing the beautiful Cotswold countryside in search of some classy antiques to sell at auction. Accompanied by experts James Braxton and Raj Bisram, they face off for the bragging rights of antique aficionado. Leaving Gloucestershire in the rear view mirror, they aim their classic cars for an auction in Brighton. Sharon breaks from the shops to learn about a troubled love life of one the country's greatest artists, while Tina finds out why the wealthy once raced their cars up a hill at break-neck speed.
Television presenters Anthea Turner and Andi Peters team up with Road Trip favourites Charles Hanson and Margie Cooper. They tour the north west of England, making shopping pit stops in Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Staffordshire. Margie allows Andi to indulge his passion for aviation when he swaps the classic car for a vintage Vulcan bomber, while Stoke lass Anthea learns about the area's rich heritage and why Staffordshire is synonymous with pottery. Yorkshire-bound, they are headed for auction in Killinghall, near Harrogate. Will Andi win the day with a French cabinet or will Anthea come out top with her 65 million year old fossil?
Call the Midwife co-stars Cliff Parisi and Judy Parfitt team up with Road Trip regulars Catherine Southon and Phillip Serrell. Headed for an auction in Norfolk they start their antiques hunt in Kent. When he's not acting Cliff takes to the skies, but this amateur pilot is keen to know why the Hurricane isn't as 'sexy' as a Spitfire. Meanwhile, Phil takes Judy back in time to hear the story of mercenary sailors who, from five ports in the south of England, defended the country before Britain had an established navy. Will Cliff's love for vintage toy cars secure the biggest profits, or can Judy's tough bargaining skills see her triumph?
Actors Anna Chancellor and Holly Aird are joined by experts Natasha Raskin Sharp and Margie Cooper for a trip through the Home Counties. They purchase items ranging from a military field flask to a pigeon clock.
Veteran broadcasters John Sergeant and Peter White tour the leafy countryside south of the Thames. With the wind in his sails John gets up to speed on the river in a historic yacht while Peter, blind from birth, bats a good innings at one of the country's oldest cricket clubs. The two journalists give the antiques shops a good investigation, making some highly individual choices. Will John's painting of sailing barges on the Norfolk Broads deliver a cargo of cash at auction? And will a wooden windmill blow a profit in Peter's direction?
Showbiz pals, poet Pam Ayres and actor Geoffrey Whitehead, team up with James Braxton and Kate Bliss. All round entertainer Pam and esteemed actor Geoffrey shop their way around Hampshire and Berkshire to look for interesting items to take to auction in Cirencester. Pam's behind the wheel of a vintage MG whilst Geoffrey travels in a Rolls Royce. Along the way, ex-RAF gal Pam learns about the heroic exploits of the Glider Pilot Regiment. Geoffrey, meanwhile, stops for a game on the World's Oldest Bowling Green in Southampton. Can Pam pull off a win with an old teddy bear or will Geoffrey's French shutter secure him victory?
Funny-man Brian Conley and broadcaster Nick Owen take a trip through Shropshire and Worcestershire. Assisting Nick is auctioneer Philip Serrell, while jewellery and gem expert Kate Bliss helps Brian. A Sinatra figurine, a Georgian toddy ladle and a Morecambe and Wise poster attract much interest. Despite shopping on a deadline, there's still time to detour from the emporiums. Phil takes Nick to hear about the heartbreaking story of unrequited love endured by his favourite poet. Kate and Brian, meanwhile, learn why brave Shropshire men have played a part in some of the most significant moments in history. It all comes to a head when smoothie Nick tries to beat rough diamond Brian at auction with some unexpected results.
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?
Paralympians and gold medal winners Danny Crates and Liz Johnson shop their way around Suffolk and Essex, buying up items to take to auction in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. Experts David Harper and Arusha Irvine are on hand to help. David and Liz make a detour to discover a female pioneer who shook the art world 300 years ago. Arusha and Danny stop by the ruins of Colchester's Roman Circus to learn about the most popular sport of the time. The two competitive athletes are out to win - but will a Victorian table or a meerschaum pipe secure the biggest profit?
Actors Derek Fowlds and Bill Simons of Heartbeat fame set off from Helmsley, North Yorkshire, and patrol the county before concluding with an auction in Ilkley, West Yorkshire. Phil Serrell and Kate Bliss are on hand to assist. The road trip goes awry when the classic car proves unreliable. Bill is arrested by some local history when he hears about Victorian law and order. Derek, meanwhile, learns how bars of chocolate found their way to World War One's trenches at Christmas. Derek charms his way to some great discounts. Bill's eye for the unusual secures him some unexpected lots.
Journalists Grace Dent and Amol Rajan, with the help of experts Catherine Southon and James Braxton, search East Anglia for profitable antiques. In a Jaguar and TVR, the route to auction in Eastbourne is packed with surprises at every turn - from the forgotten Victorian electrical pioneer who gave us the toaster to the Essex town which changed its name to a spice that was once grown there. The celebrity Road Trippers purchase Winston Churchill's cigar and a windup tinplate toy rocket - each hoping for big profits at the Eastbourne auction.
Comedians Tim Vine and Ricky Grover search for profitable antiques in south east Scotland. Guiding our two funny men are David Harper and James Braxton. The teams gamble on a mahogany chair and pewter candle sticks, but a very unique duck gives Ricky a problem at auction. Whilst antique shopping is the name of the game, there is still time for our celebrity trippers to learn about some fascinating local history. Tim hears the tale of a Scottish football team that inspired a generation of young men, while Ricky gets to grips with the story behind Scotland's first boxing world champion - a tale that ends with David Harper landing a knock-out punch. For auction, the teams cross the border and head to Wooler, Northumberland.
The stars in the vintage cars are actors Felicity Montagu and Clare Holman. With the help of experts James Braxton and Arusha Irvine, they mosey madly around the Midlands in search of antiques to make a profit at auction.
Blue Peter's Valerie Singleton and Diane Louise Jordan pair up with Paul Laidlaw and Phil Serrell as they compete to find the most profitable antiques. One team plump for an elephant and an eagle in a bid to make a lot of money at auction. Their rivals hope a Georgian cutlery tray will serve up a profit at the Stratford-upon-Avon saleroom.
Stars of The Bill, best friends Roberta Taylor and Trudie Goodwin, set off from Glasgow and charge around Stirlingshire, concluding with an auction in Harrogate. They are accompanied by experts Paul Laidlaw and James Braxton in two very nice classic cars. Norwegian silver catches the eye of one celebrity, while the other is influenced by the taste for gin.