Bargain Hunt Season 44
S44 E01May 19, 2016
Lewes 5 May 19, 2016 The teams are let loose in Lewes. Thomas Plant's girls in blue know exactly what they want, but Catherine Southon's reds just cannot decide. Meanwhile, Tim Wonnacott comes over all Chinese at Brighton Royal Pavilion.
S44 E02May 22, 2016
Ardingly 9 May 22, 2016 Tim Wonnacott explores the story of Nelson's finest hour aboard his flagship HMS Victory. Who will emerge victorious at the antiques fair in Ardingly? Will it be Mark Stacey or James Braxton? All aboard the good ship Bargain Hunt!
S44 E03May 26, 2016
Lewes 6 May 26, 2016 The teams hunt for bargains amongst the antiques shops of Lewes. Guiding the reds, Catherine Southon meets some resistance to her expertise, while Thomas Plant's blues go all out to find quirky objects. Tim Wonnacott visits Brighton's Royal Pavilion home to explore the Prince Regent's opulent Banqueting Room.
S44 E04May 31, 2015
Ardingly 10 May 31, 2015 The Ardingly antiques fair plays host to another antiques challenge, as experts Mark Stacey and James Braxton lead two teams of very good friends. The red team get hung up on dogs, while the blues get bogged down by indecision. Tim Wonnacott heads to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard and comes face-to-face with a fantastic naval collection.
S44 E05Jun 2, 2016
Lewes 7 Jun 2, 2016 It is couples day in the town of Lewes, as Catherine Southon and Thomas Plant go bargain hunting with two married teams. The Reds are searching for some animal magic, while the Blues seek out the eclectic. Tim Wonnacott heads to Brighton Pavilion and discovers the two faces of King George IV.
S44 E06Jun 5, 2016
Hungerford 13 Jun 5, 2016 The antiques challenge comes from Hungerford in Berkshire, where Team UK competes against Team USA. Philip Serrell provides expertise for the American girls in red, while David Barby leads the local ladies through the warren of antiques. An American submarine accessory is snapped up by Team USA, but the Brits place their hopes of making a profit on a pair of gilt mirrors. Tim Wonnacott heads to Dyrham Park, on the outskirts of Bath.
S44 E07Jun 8, 2016
Ardingly 11 Jun 8, 2016 Ardingly Antiques Fair plays host to another battle of the bargains. Experts Mark Stacey and James Braxton lead the charge. Meanwhile, Tim Wonnacott looks at the life of an admiral aboard HMS Victory.
S44 E08Jun 12, 2016
Edinburgh 1 Jun 12, 2016 Tim Wonnacott takes the teams to a gigantic antiques fair in Edinburgh. Experts Charles Hanson and David Barby are in fighting form, trying to guide the red and blue teams towards potentially profitable purchases. When they get to Anita Manning's auction house in Glasgow, the results are anything but predictable.
S44 E09Jun 16, 2016
Hungerford 14 Jun 16, 2016 The antiques challenge comes from the market town of Hungerford in Berkshire, where Tim Wonnacott introduces two colourful couples in red and blue. Phillip Serrell is the expert in the pink for the red team, while David Barby is the expert for the farming couple in blue. Tim Wonnacott heads to Dyrham Park, a cinematic landscape just outside Bath.
S44 E10Jun 19, 2016
Lewes 8 Jun 19, 2016 Tim Wonnacott explores the oriental delights of the Prince Regent's Brighton Pavilion. Catherine Southon's red team find it hard to make any choices, whilst Thomas Plant's blue team just want to have fun.
S44 E11Jun 22, 2016
Edinburgh 2 Jun 22, 2016 Bargain Hunt visits Scotland's capital, where another pair of teams compete to see who can make the most money at auction. Their experts are Charles Hanson and the maestro, David Barby. Presenter Tim Wonnacott pays a visit to London, and explores the wonders of the William Morris Gallery.
S44 E12Jun 26, 2016
Kingston 15 Jun 26, 2016 Friends Pamela and Phillipa pit their skills against mother and daughter Biddy and Kim. They are advised and guided by experts David Barby and Philip Serrell. But will their items make any profit when they are sold at auction? Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Dyrham Park near Bath, where he discovers how one of the previous owners took inspiration from the Dutch.
S44 E13Jun 30, 2016
Edinburgh 3 Jun 30, 2016 Experts David Barby and Charles Hanson guide the teams through an antiques fair in Scotland's capital. The competition hots up when they get to auction in Glasgow, with some thrilling results. Presenter Tim Wonnacott ensures there is fair play, and takes a trip to see the William Morris gallery in London.
S44 E14Jul 2, 2016
Ardingly 12 Jul 2, 2016 Bargain Hunt heads to the International Antiques and Collectors Fair in Ardingly where two teams get to scour hundreds of stalls. Mark Stacey leads a couple off to a great start before they lose their way, and James Braxton's team let a bargain slip through their fingers.Tim Wonnacott visits Portmouth Historic Dockyard. A collection of artefacts paint an interesting picture of what Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson was really like. At auction, Tim spots a winner.
S44 E15Jul 7, 2016
Kingston 16 Jul 7, 2016 An Israeli vase and a Coldstream Guards tunic are among the items chosen by the bargain hunters - but will they make a profit when they are sold at auction? Antiques experts David Barby and Phillip Serrell are on hand to offer advice. Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits Dyrham Park near Bath where he discovers that a reproduction can be just as beautiful as the original.
S44 E16Jul 10, 2016
Liverpool 17 Jul 10, 2016 The two teams are let loose at Aintree Racecourse, where they search for profitable objects in a bustling antiques fair with a little help from experts Jonathan Pratt and Henry Meadows. Presenter Tim Wonnacott takes a competition break to go in search of the New English Sculpture Movement in Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery.
S44 E17Jul 14, 2016
Edinburgh 4 Jul 14, 2016 Scotland welcomes Bargain Hunt for another round of the antiques gameshow. In Edinburgh, two sets of friends compete against each other with the help of experts David Barby and Charles Hanson. A Greek revival gold bracelet proves decisive between the two teams, but will it make a profit or loss at auction?
S44 E18Jul 18, 2016
Liverpool 18 Jul 18, 2016 The busy antiques fair at Aintree racecourse is the venue for another battle of the Bargain Hunters. Henry Meadows' blue team have a hard time making their minds up, while the red team pile on the pressure to their expert Jonathan Pratt. Before the auction action, presenter Tim Wonnacott visits the nearby Walker Art Gallery.
S44 E19Jul 21, 2016
Liverpool 19 Jul 21, 2016 The teams are under starter's orders in an antiques fair at Aintree Racecourse, where experts Jonathan Pratt and Henry Meadows help them find three profitable objects. Before the auction gets going, presenter Tim Wonnacott heads to the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool to discover how three seemingly unrelated objects are connected.
S44 E20Jul 24, 2016
Liverpool 20 Jul 24, 2016 The teams compete to find the best bargains at an antiques fair at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool. It is a laid-back round of shopping for experts Jonathan Pratt and Henry Meadows - until time starts running out. When the shopping is done, Tim Wonnacott visits a local attraction, the Walker Art Gallery, then the teams learn their fates at the auction.
S44 E21Jul 28, 2016
Peterborough 21 Jul 28, 2016 Tim Wonnacott and the bargain-hunting teams head to Peterborough. Love is in the air as two couples go head-to-head in a friendly competition to find the best buys. Expert Nick Hall has his hands full with a red team who love each other, but hate Nick's suggestions. And David Harper's love birds are quick to 'fall out of love' with each other's choices! Tim Wonnacott takes a spiritual break from the bargain hunting and heads to Stonor Park in Oxfordshire.
S44 E22Jul 31, 2016
Peterborough 22 Jul 31, 2016 There are more fun and games with antiques as Bargain Hunt comes from Peterborough. One team buys an item without the advice of an expert, but will it make a profit or loss at auction? Presenter Tim Wonnacott visits the Stonor Park household in Oxfordshire to see a wonderful collection.
S44 E23Aug 4, 2016
Hungerford 25 Aug 4, 2016 Experts Colin Young and James Lewis guide the teams through the antiques shops of Hungerford in their quest for bargains. When the hour's up and the teams have to stop shopping, Tim Wonnacott heads north to Snowshill Manor in Gloucestershire to uncover some of the mysteries of the Japanese samurai.
S44 E24Aug 7, 2016
Peterborough 23 Aug 7, 2016 A father and daughter duo take on a team of childhood friends at the Peterborough East of England Showground antiques fair. Nick Hall helps the red team tick off their shopping list, while David Harper has to remind the laid-back blues about the one hour time limit. Before the auction, Tim Wonnacott visits a house dating back to the 13th century that has belonged to the same family for 850 years - but only just.
S44 E25Aug 11, 2016
Peterborough 24 Aug 11, 2016 Peterborough is the location for more antiques game show action. Experts Nick Hall and David Harper feature in a programme with a continental flair and a bonus buy which proves decisive.
S44 E26Aug 14, 2016
Newark 29 Aug 14, 2016 Newark is the location for more antique buying and selling, with presenter Tim Wonnacott and experts Jeremy Lamond and Paul Laidlaw. Tim visits a stately home with a certain American heritage.
S44 E27Aug 18, 2016
Hungerford 26 Aug 18, 2016 Experts Colin Young and James Lewis guide their teams through the antiques shops of Hungerford in their search for bargains. When the hour is up and the teams have to stop shopping, presenter Tim Wonnacott heads to the depths of Gloucestershire to Snowshill Manor.
S44 E28Aug 21, 2016
Newark 30 Aug 21, 2016 Bargain Hunt visits the enormous Newark Antiques and Collectors Fair, where a pair of farmers take on a couple of West Country girls. Expert advice comes in the form of Paul Laidlaw and Jeremy Lamond. Tim Wonnacott heads off to Sulgrave Manor and takes a look at the Great Hall.
S44 E29Aug 25, 2016
Cheltenham 27 Aug 25, 2016 Bargain Hunt comes from Cheltenham Racecourse, where experts James Lewis and Colin Young are under starter's orders to help their teams find the best buys at an antiques fair. Among the items picked out are a pair of Chinese vases which have seen better days and an African headrest. Presenter Tim Wonnacott heads for Snowshill Manor in the Cotswolds and explores 'granny's cabinet' filled with family treasures, which inspired a life-time of collecting by Charles Paget Wade.
S44 E30Aug 31, 2016
Newark 31 Aug 31, 2016 Bargain Hunt comes from Newark, where two wives and their husbands do battle. Presenter Tim Wonnacott plus experts Jeremy Lamond and Paul Laidlaw might have to act as marriage counsellors!
S44 E31Sep 4, 2016
Cheltenham 28 Sep 4, 2016 Cheltenham is the location for more antique buying and selling, with presenter Tim Wonnacott and experts Colin Young and James Lewis. Tim travels to the depths of Gloucestershire to visit Snowshill Manor.
S44 E32Sep 8, 2016
Newark 32 Sep 8, 2016 The teams are let loose at the massive Newark antiques fair. Jeremy Lamond's blue team is happy to spend, spend, spend, whilst Paul Laidlaw's red team struggles to buy anything. Tim Wonnacott takes a break from the shopping at Sulgrave Manor in Northamptonshire.