Celebrities go antiquing
BBC Two presents special Celebrity Antiques Road Trip for Children in Need
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BBC presents special Celebrity Antiques Road Trip for Children in Need
Some of Britain's best-loved TV personalities as well as a politician, Bond girls and Dragons will show off their antiques knowledge in the next fortnight in a special series of Celebrity Antiques Road Trip for Children in Need.
Travelling across the UK in classic cars with a starting budget of £400, 10 pairs of antiques-loving celebrities will go head to head against their opponents hunting for bargains in antiques shops and fairs to sell at auction for a profit.
First off is former Tory MP Ann Widdecombe who will be pitted against Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood on Monday 24th October, while you'll see Dragons' Den entrepreneurs Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis battling it out on 26th October. Bond girls Honor Blackman and Britt Ekland compete on 2nd November while Terry Wogan and Caroline Quentin showing us their bargaining skills on 4th November.
All money made throughout the series will be given to Children in Need. The show airs weekdays at 7pm from 24th October to Friday 4th November.