Bargain Hunt Season 23
S23 E01Jun 7, 2009
Newark Jun 7, 2009 Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Belton House in Lincolnshire and discovers an ingenious way of protecting the stately pile's treasures. Identical twin sisters go up against a psychic and his wife in their search for bargains. They are advised and guided by experts Mark Stacey and David Harper. But will their items make any profit when they are sold at auction?
S23 E02Jun 8, 2009
South Jun 8, 2009 Naval epaulettes and a catapult are among the items bought by bargain hunters shopping in the market town of Marlborough, guided by experts Mark Stacey and Phillip Allwood. Meanwhile, presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Mompesson House to learn how it has been returned to its former Georgian splendour.
S23 E03Jun 9, 2009
London Jun 9, 2009 The bargain hunters do battle at Portobello Market where antique experts David Barby and Philip Serrell attempt to guide their two all-male teams through the maze of delectables on offer. Both teams are confident but will their items crash and burn or fly over at the auction? Presenter Tim Wonnacott takes a stroll over to the V&A and discovers gems of Royal London's history amongst its many corridors.
S23 E04Jun 10, 2009
Detling Jun 10, 2009 Antiques challenge. The bargain hunters are in Detling aided by James Braxton and Kate Bliss, while presenter Tim Wonnacott goes on safari at Quex Museum in Kent.
S23 E05Jun 11, 2009
South Jun 11, 2009 Tim Wonnacott welcomes teams of bargain hunters to Hungerford in West Berkshire, where they are joined by experts Mark Stacey and Philip Allwood. And Tim discovers a fascinating collection at Mompesson House in Salisbury.
S23 E06Jun 14, 2009
London Jun 14, 2009 Alexandra Palace plays host to the teams, which include a Wizard of Oz fanatic and a collector of obsolete musical equipment. Guiding the reds and the blues are experts Philip Serrell and David Barby. But when the items go under the hammer at auction will they make a wizard win or hit a bum note? Tim Wonnacott visits the Victoria and Albert Museum to take a look one of its many remarkable exhibits.
S23 E07Jun 15, 2009
Newark Jun 15, 2009 Presenter Tim Wonnacott throws the doors open to bargain hunters at Newark in Nottinghamshire. They are joined by experts Mark Stacey and David Harper, both on hand hoping to make some super-sized profits. Meanwhile, Tim takes a wander around the stunning Belton House in Grantham.
S23 E08Jun 16, 2009
South Jun 16, 2009 Presenter Tim Wonnacott is joined by experts Mark Stacey and Philip Allwood hoping to track down some fine bargains in Marlborough, Wiltshire. Tim visits Mompesson House in Salisbury to trace back its history.
S23 E09Jun 17, 2009
Detling Jun 17, 2009 The teams end up in a race against time in the vast fair at Detling, where they are given a helping hand by experts James Braxton and Kate Bliss. Plus, presenter Tim Wonnacott takes a trip to Quex Museum in Kent.
S23 E10Jun 18, 2009
London Jun 18, 2009 Experts David Barby and Philip Serrell join Tim Wonnacott on busy Portobello Road in the heart of London to track down the most profitable items for their teams. Philip's team do not seem to take any notice of his advice, but who will win at the auction? Meanwhile, Tim visits the Victoria and Albert museum to take a look at one of its remarkable exhibits.
S23 E24Aug 30, 2013
Norfolk 23 Aug 30, 2013 Presenter Tim Wonnacott joins the red and blue teams as they shop at the Norfolk showground, with help from Jonathan Pratt and Charles Hanson. The red team breeze around the fair, while the blue team spend a long time looking; so long, in fact, that it becomes a race against the clock.
S23 E31Oct 4, 2009
Ardingly Oct 4, 2009 The sheer size of Ardingly antiques fair causes problems for one of the teams, and as a result there is a last-minute scramble to find their third and final item. Anita Manning and Catherine Southon are the experts on hand, while presenter Tim Wonnacott takes a trip to Leeds Castle in Maidstone.
S23 E32Oct 5, 2009
Norfolk Oct 5, 2009 The Reds seem to have a lot of luck at one particular stall while the Blues know exactly what they like, as they are helped by experts Charles Hanson and Jonathan Pratt. Presenter Tim Wonnacott heads to Felbrigg House in North Norfolk.
S23 E33Oct 6, 2009
Peterborough Oct 6, 2009 Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Peterborough Museum and looks at artefacts belonging to the 'peasant poet' John Clare, including his snuff box and the poem he was writing when he died. Two teams look for bargains at the nearby Festival of Antiques, and their finds include a decorative kettle and an ornate jade, pearl and gold brooch. Expert Charles Hanson promises to swap allegiance from Derby County to Norwich City if one of his finds doesn't make a profit.