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Antiques Road Trip finally returns with presenters attempting to make show history

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Serhat Ahmet and Christina Trevanion will be heading off to see what antiques they can get their hands on (Picture: BBC)

Antiques Road Trip is finally returning to BBC One today for its 21st series, with Britain’s favourite experts getting back in their classic cars for treasure-hunting and profit-making.

The new chapter will see five pairs of experts heading off across the country on their own unique Road Trip adventures, competing to find the hidden gems that will make the most profit at auction.

As always, the presenters will be making pit-stops at some of Britain’s most intriguing historic and cultural sites en route – with plenty of banter and friendly competition guaranteed along the way.

Joining the series for the first time is London-based antique dealer Serhat Ahmet, who will be setting off alongside Road Trip regular Christina Trevanion to see which treasures they can both discover.

The other pairs of experts competing include James Braxton and Charles Hanson, Margie Cooper and Natasha Raskin Sharp, Philip Serrell and Tim Medhurs, and Catherine Southon and Izzie Balmer.

Ahead of the new series airing, Serhat enthused: ‘I’m over the moon to be joining the Antiques Road Trip team. It was such a blast travelling across the country with true Road Trip doyenne Christina Trevanion – even if my nerves have only just recovered from the excitement of the auctions!

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The new series begins today (Picture: BBC)

‘I hope viewers have as much fun watching our adventures as we did taking part in them.’

Some of the more unusual antiques uncovered in the new series – which will air every weekday at 4:30pm until Friday 11 December – include an animal-shaped cocktail maker, some Georgian sugar nips, and even a chair made for the investiture of the Prince of Wales in 1969.

Christina Trevanion also attempts to make Road Trip history by trying to get her hands on the largest item the show has ever seen – but will she seal the deal?

In January, the BBC commissioned STV Studios to produce 140 new episodes of Antiques Road Trip and its celebrity sister series across two years.

Celebrity Antiques Road Trip will return to BBC Two in early 2021.

Antiques Road Trip returns today at 4.30pm on BBC One.


Credit: Original article published here.

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