- Andrew Lamberty
- Executive Producer
- Dan Goldsack
- Moby Longinotto
Episode 3 of 3
Duration: 59 minutes
In these tough economic times, donations to charities are down by record amounts and it's Britain's smaller charities that are suffering the most. Antiques dealer Andrew Lamberty uses his expertise to buy and sell a range of fascinating objects and donates all the profits to these small struggling charities.
In the final episode, Andrew travels to Manchester to meet a charity that helps women with a history of depression and anxiety gain confidence through boxing. They hope to set up childcare facilities to enable more single mums to attend. And in Farnham, Andrew meets a disabled riding charity that desperately needs funding.
To raise the money these charities need, Andrew is shoulder-to-shoulder with rival dealers at Montpelier's renowned antiques fair. Having scoured the market for items he can sell on quickly, Andrew buys some seventies palm lamps. Travelling to Nice, Andrew hits the famous antiques quarter and buys vintage Venini glass decanters. But with Andrew's clients being decidingly cautious when he comes to sell, and a disaster on the day of the charity auction to contend with, can Andrew keep calm under pressure and deliver on his promise to the charities?
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