Long running ratings success Antiques Road Trip returns to BBC One weekdays at 1630 from Monday 5th January.
Now celebrating its tenth series, Antiques Road Trip sees Britain’s favourite experts hitting the road as they compete to make the most money at auction. The programme will air every afternoon for four weeks, starting Monday 5th January at 1630.
Mark Stacey and Charles Hanson (L-R) beside a silver 1973 convertible VW Beetle vintage car
The experts drive an array of classic cars as they seek out those hidden gems in antique shops across the country. Along the way they’ll also be stopping off to visit historic and cultural sites, learning about our amazing and varied history.
Paul Laidlaw, Natasha Raskin, Charlie Ross, Christina Trevanion, Mark Stacey, Anita Manning, Charles Hanson and Philip Serrell return for the tenth series.
The experts team up on a scenic trip through the British countryside, with a starting funds of only £200each, visiting local areas of interest, antiques shops, and exploring the nation’s enriching and historical heritage.
Andrew Robertson, executive producer at STV Productions, said: “Antiques Road Trip has a winning combination of factors which make this series a real ratings winner for the BBC and we hope the show’s loyal fans enjoy the 20 new episodes. The show continues to entertain with plenty of laughs and friendly rivalries as our charismatic experts take to the road for a tenth time.”
This is the tenth series of Antiques Road Trip which has been hugely popular with BBC audiences, attracting audiences of up to 2.9 million viewers.
Antiques Road Trip is produced by STV Productions.