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Episode 13

Episode 13 of 20

Antiques challenge. Christina Trevanion and James Braxton start this leg of their trip in Levenshulme, Manchester, before heading to Merseyside for the auction.

Christina Trevanion and James Braxton start this Road Trip adventure in Levenshulme, Manchester. James has the unusual problem of having too much cash, while Christina struggles with her limited funds, deciding to gamble them on a play-worn toy train.

Foodie James also finds out about the maverick preacher who became the founding father of vegetarianism, and Christina discovers a feat of engineering brilliance in Lancashire. Their 1965 Jaguar helps them on their way to Merseyside for auction.

44 minutes

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • 00:00

    Donna Summer

    I Feel Love

  • 00:01

    Bill Perkins

    Little Bird / Little Boat

  • 00:02

    Les Baxter

    Peking Tiger

  • 00:03

    Roy Budd

    Call Me

  • 00:06

    Les Baxter

    Cairo Bazaar

  • 00:17

    Tony Hatch

    Laia Ladaia

  • 00:19

    John Barry

    A Matter of Who

  • 00:22

    Mrs. Mills

    Pennies from Heaven

  • 00:23

    Laurindo Almeida & The Bossa Nova All Stars

    Desafinado

  • 00:25

    John Barry

    Farrago

  • 00:32

    Russ Conway

    It Might As Well Be Spring

Credits

Role Contributor
Expert Christina Trevanion
Expert James Braxton
Executive Producer Liam Hamilton
Series Producer John Redshaw
Production Company STV Productions

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