An antiques expert, a market trader and an upcycler compete to make the most money for Children in Need. Catherine Southon, Tony Wong and Micaela Sharp head to Faversham.
An antiques expert, a market trader and an upcycler battle it out to make the most money for BBC Children in Need.
In this episode, antiques auctioneer Catherine Southon, wheeler dealer Tony Wong and upholsterer extraordinaire Micaela Sharp head to Faversham to rummage through its antique shops, scrap yards and flea markets in the hope of finding items that they can each turn into a healthy profit. When the day is done and they've got their items, they have just three weeks to turn them into cash.
Will Catherine's cheap pendant be the jewel she thinks it is? Will Tony's colourful dresser be too quirky for his high-end London clientelle? Will Micaela be able to upholster so many items within the time limit?
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Wendy Rattray|
|Series Producer||Diccon Green|
|Production Manager||Rachael Mason|
|Production Coordinator||Jennifer Patterson|
|Assistant Producer||Kathryn McGoldrick|
|Assistant Producer||Miles Goodwin|
|Production Company||Hello Halo|