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The BBC is announcing the return of THREE vintage shows – with one being a celebrity spin-off of the popular show


The BBC has announced the return of three of its favorite vintage shows.

The broadcaster has ordered new series The Traveling Auctioneers, Antiques Road Trip and Celebrity Antiques Road Trip.

Antiques Road Trip has been re-commissioned for a twenty-ninth series to air on BBC One, while the thirteenth series of its celebrity version will air on BBC Two.

Celebrity Antiques Roadshow had the likes of Sir Terry Wogan, Deborah Meaden, Craig Revel Horwood, Gemma Collins and Melvin Odoom.

The programs see auction experts join forces with restoration masters to unearth neglected treasures in family homes that, with a little TLC, can be turned into auction winnings.

The BBC has commissioned new series for three of its much-loved antique reality shows

Traveling Auctioneers, Antiques Road Trip and Celebrity Antiques Road Trip will return (pictured: JJ Chalmers and Izzy Balmer, hosts of The Traveling Auctioneers)

Traveling Auctioneers, Antiques Road Trip and Celebrity Antiques Road Trip will return (pictured: JJ Chalmers and Izzy Balmer, hosts of The Traveling Auctioneers)

The Traveling Auctioneers has been named Best Daytime Show at the RTS Scotland Program Awards 2023.

Muslim Alim, editor for BBC Daytime and Early Peak, said: “Get ready for a treasure trove of entertainment! With their long history, we are thrilled to be working with STV Studios on these returning hit series.

«All three promise to bring more captivating journeys from across the UK as experts seek out, restore and auction unique finds.»

Craig Hunter, creative director of Factual at STV Studios, which makes all three series, said: “I am delighted with the continued success of these returning STV Studios formats.

«This order is a testament to the BBC’s commitment to the nation and I couldn’t be more proud of the hard-working teams who continue to deliver new things to these much-loved brands.»

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Other BBC shows inspired by antiques include Antique Roadshow, The Repair Shop and Bargain Hunt.

Antiques Roadshow is the UK’s longest-running antiques valuation television series, which began broadcasting on 18 February 1979.

The program began life as a 1977 BBC documentary about a London auction house touring the West Country of England.

Antiques Road Trip has been re-commissioned for a twenty-ninth series, while its celebrity version is in its thirteenth (pictured: two rotating hosts, Roo Irvine and Mark Hill)

Antiques Road Trip has been re-commissioned for a twenty-ninth series, while its celebrity version is in its thirteenth (pictured: two rotating hosts, Roo Irvine and Mark Hill)

Celebrity Antiques Roadshow had the likes of Sir Terry Wogan, Deborah Meaden, Gemma Collins and Melvin Odoom (second pictured with hosts Margie Cooper and James Braxton)

Celebrity Antiques Roadshow had the likes of Sir Terry Wogan, Deborah Meaden, Gemma Collins and Melvin Odoom (second pictured with hosts Margie Cooper and James Braxton)

Traveling Auctioneers is currently accepting bidders. To apply, send an email to aukcieers@stv.tv.



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