Two teams of amateur collectors have an hour at an antiques fair in which to acquire the best bargains possible with 300 pounds.
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Two family teams clamour for glory with experts Kate Bliss and Paul Laidlaw.
Tim Wonnacott heads off to an antique fair at Derby University in search of bargains.
The antiques challenge arrives at Newark, with experts Catherine Southon and James Lewis.
Catherine Southon and Anita Manning help the teams in Ardingly.
The Bargain Hunters are at Wetherby, helped by Charles Hanson and Philip Serrell.
Antiques expert Thomas Plant goes head-to-head with his own team-mate.
Expert Kate Bliss joins David Harper as two teams do battle in Lincoln.
The teams, led by experts Catherine Southon and Anita Manning, scour the fair at Ardingly.
The Bargain Hunt teams head to the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh.
The Bargain Hunt teams head to the Wetherby Racecourse antiques fair.
In Peterborough, a middle-aged Goth sends David Barby on a very scary Bargain Hunt.
The red and blue teams hunt down an unusual collection of items in East Sussex.
Expert Philip Serrell is left to fly solo at auction. Has his team chosen wisely?
The teams face high drama at auction in London, where it is double-up day.
Tim Wonnacott is joined by experts David Harper and Kate Bliss in Lincoln.
Thomas Plant and David Barby lend a hand to two teams in Peterborough.
French candlesticks produce a staggering amount at auction, and Tim visits Claydon House.
There's marital strife on the blue team, while on the red team, romance is in the air.
Mark Stacey and Charles Hanson help two teams blow their budget in north London.
Experts Philip Serrell and Charles Hanson visit Wetherby racecourse.
Tim Wonnacott and experts David Barby and Thomas Plant visit Peterborough.