Celebrity Antiques Road Trip


Two celebrities hit the road in classic cars for a tour through Great Britain. With antiques experts by their sides, they search the local stores for treasures, competing to see who can turn a £200 budget into a small fortune. Their adventures take them off the beaten path and allow them to learn about the little-known stories behind some of the greatest events in British history.



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    Ainsley Harriott and Anne Diamond

    S4 E5 - 58m 58s

    Celebrity chef Ainsley Harriott is pitted against presenter and journalist Anne Diamond as they travel in and around London searching for antique treasure. Along the way, Anne finds out how we became a nation of tea lovers and Ainsley learns about the world’s first celebrity chef.

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    Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford

    S4 E4 - 58m 37s

    Stars of The Apprentice, Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford, become rivals in this action-packed Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. Travelling around the South of England, Margaret and expert Phil Serrell are treated to a rare insight into life in Roman Britain. Meanwhile, Nick's no-nonsense antiques hunting keeps expert Catherine Southorn on her toes.

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    Bernard Cribbins and Barry Cryer

    S4 E3 - 59m

    Today is 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.

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