Long-running ratings success Antiques Road Trip returns to BBC One, weekdays at from next month.
Back for a twelfth series, the show sees Britain’s favourite experts hit the road as they compete to make the most money at auction. The programme will air every afternoon for five weeks. With a starting fund of £200 each, five pairs of experts set off on a scenic trip through the British countryside, driving an array of classic cars as they seek out hidden gems in antique shops and stop off to visit local historic and cultural sites.
Viewer favourites Paul Laidlaw, Catherine Southon, Charles Hanson, Margie Cooper, Christina Trevanion, Thomas Plant, Anita Manning, Philip Serrell, Charlie Ross and James Braxton all return for the new series.
“I hope the show’s loyal fans enjoy following our colourful antiques experts as they get back on the road to hunt down weird and wonderful antique bargains in 25 brand new episodes. Antiques Road Trip is a real ratings winner for the BBC and continues to entertain with plenty of laughs, friendly rivalries and charismatic characters.” – Andrew Robertson, executive producer at STV Productions
Antiques Road Trip has been hugely popular with BBC audiences, attracting audiences of over 3 million viewers. The series is produced by STV Productions for BBC One.
The show returns weekdays at 4.30pm from Monday 4th January.