Bargain Hunt Season 20
S20 E01Apr 20, 2008
Ardingly Apr 20, 2008 It's dealers versus dealers in this edition of Bargain Hunt - so if they can't spot a bargain, they must be in the wrong business! But with the aid of experts David Barby and Phillip Serrell, they're surefire winners when they take their items to auction. Tim Wonnacott presents.
S20 E02Apr 21, 2008
Surrey Apr 21, 2008 The teams race to find bargains at Epsom Downs racecourse, with a Moorcroft bowl sealing the fate of one team. Experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss unearth some interesting lots, but will the bidders be inspired to dig deep at auction? Tim Wonnacott presents.
S20 E03Apr 22, 2008
North Apr 22, 2008 Tim Wonnacott presents an all-boys show with a team of painter/decorators against a pair of physiotherapists, searching for bargains in Barnard Castle, County Durham. Experts Charles Hanson and Paul Laidlaw offer advice, but when they get to auction one team is looking for a miracle.
S20 E04Apr 23, 2008
Ardingly Apr 23, 2008 Two couples chase bargains at a Sussex antiques fair. A retro mobile phone is possibly a collectable for the future, but will it make a profit? Tim Wonnacott presents.
S20 E05Apr 24, 2008
Surrey Apr 24, 2008 Two teams with cooking in common take up the Bargain Hunt challenge, shopping in London's Camden Market. Anita Manning's team make a whopping profit on one of their items, whilst the team advised by Kate Bliss make a profit on all three. Tim Wonnacott presents.
S20 E06Apr 27, 2008
North Apr 27, 2008 Two young couples do battle, with one team choosing militaria to give them a fighting chance at the auction. Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Beamish Museum near Newcastle-on-Tyne and tries to identify a single tray among 40,000 items in the collection.
S20 E07Apr 28, 2008
Midlands Apr 28, 2008 A mother and daughter team take on some rockers, while experts Mark Stacey and Thomas Plant find gold and ceramics rather than heavy metal. Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits magnificent Haddon Hall in Derbyshire.
S20 E08Apr 29, 2008
Surrey Apr 29, 2008 One of the teams makes a magnificent profit with their medical specimens, which puts a chasm between them and their rivals at the auction. Experts Kate Bliss and Anita Manning guide them round an antiques fair at Epsom Racecourse to find their bargains. Tim Wonnacott presents.
S20 E09Apr 30, 2008
Ardingly Apr 30, 2008 These team members all work together in the same charity shop, but how will they do competing against each other to find the bargains? They have got experts Philip Serrell and David Barby to advise them on what to buy at the giant Ardingly antiques fair in Sussex. Tim Wonnacott presents.
S20 E10May 1, 2008
Midlands May 1, 2008 Tim Wonnacott discovers the literary links to Haddon Hall, Derbyshire. But will it be a page-turning thriller at the auction or will the teams and experts Mark Stacey and Thomas Plant want to close this chapter smartly?
S20 E11May 26, 2008
Surrey May 26, 2008 Tim Wonnacott presents as two teams go hunting for bargain antiques in London's Camden Passage. It is a contest of spectacular extremes, with one team hitting the auction jackpot with one of their items, and the other team making stunning losses. But will it be the reds or the blues who triumph?Experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss offer advice.
S20 E12May 27, 2008
Swinderby May 27, 2008 Two teams hunt for bargain antiques with the help of experts James Braxton and David Harper. Host Tim Wonnacott visits Brodsworth Hall near Doncaster to learn how the Victorian owner invested for the future.
S20 E13May 28, 2008
North May 28, 2008 Two teams go hunting for bargain antiques in the Rheged Centre in the stunning Lake District. Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits the Beamish North of England Open Air Museum and looks into the art and symbolism of the Freemasons.
S20 E14May 29, 2008
Midlands May 29, 2008 Two teams go hunting for bargain antiques at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. A medieval banqueting table and a feast of treasures picked out at stately salerooms are amongst the items served up. Tim Wonnacott presents.
S20 E15Jun 1, 2008
Swinderby Jun 1, 2008 Two teams hunt for bargain antiques with the help of experts James Braxton and David Harper. Host Tim Wonnacott visits Brodsworth Hall near Doncaster to learn how the Victorian owner invested for the future.
S20 E16Jun 2, 2008
Peterborough Jun 2, 2008 Two teams of pensioners go hunting for bargains at the East of England showground in Peterborough. Meanwhile, host Tim Wonnacott finds old battlements in Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire, but where has the rest of the castle gone?
S20 E17Jun 3, 2008
North Jun 3, 2008 Two teams hunt for bargain antiques with the help of experts Charles Hanson and Paul Laidlaw. Host Tim Wonnacott visits Beamish Museum near Newcastle-on-Tyne to see the legacy of Frank Atkinson, who attempted to preserve the past for future generations.
S20 E18Jun 4, 2008
Swinderby Jun 4, 2008 Antiques experts James Braxton and David Harper are on hand to lead two teams of women searching for antiques in Swinderby. Tim Wonnacott visits Brodsworth Hall, near Doncaster, to discover the influence dogs have had on the place.
S20 E19Jun 5, 2008
Peterborough Jun 5, 2008 A ship's bell drops a bit of a clanger but there is still plenty to smile about, especially with experts Kate Bliss and David Barby on hand. Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire, home to Rudyard Kipling's daughter, heir to his literary fortune.
S20 E20Jun 8, 2008
Midlands Jun 8, 2008 Antiques experts Mark Stacey and Thomas Plant challenge two teams of amateur collectors to acquire the best bargains possible with 200 pounds. Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits the chapel of Haddon Hall in Derbyshire and views a poignant shrine to a young boy.
S20 E21Jun 9, 2008
Peterborough Jun 9, 2008 Antiques game show. Presenter Tim Wonnacott is blown away by the magnificent Yellow Drawing Room at Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire. An antique trombone is one of the stars of the auction at Market Harborough.
S20 E22Jun 10, 2008
Swinderby Jun 10, 2008 A pricey shoe horn and an unusual fossil are among the items bought at the fair, but will they make a profit at auction? Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Brodsworth Hall in Yorkshire, a Victorian mansion built from family money left to Charles Thellusson, and discovers how it influenced Charles Dickens to write Bleak House.
S20 E23Jun 11, 2008
Peterborough Jun 11, 2008 Antique experts Kate Bliss and David Barby are on hand to help another set of contestants find a bargain. Also, host Tim Wonnacott discovers some wonderful tricks of the eye, or trompe l'oeil, when he visits stately Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire.
S20 E24Jun 12, 2008
Ardingly Jun 12, 2008 Knowing nothing about antiques proves not to be much of a problem for one of the teams, as both make healthy profits and both trust their experts with their bonus buys. But who makes the most profit at the auction? Tim Wonnacott presents.