MUCH A DO ABOUT NOTHING??
Total farce from start to finish, how stupid do the BBC think the audience are?. These antique programmes are so contrived its unbelievable, the ends in sight for this type of tripe.
MORTIMER. 6:04pm Mon 18 Sep Report Abuse
Being an antique collector as are my friends it seems very odd that these experts get such a lot off their buys.We have tried the same approach and been laughed out of the shop or centre. All is not as it seems with these programmes?
UNCONABLES. 12:35pm Thu 7 Sep Report Abuse
Too bloody much!
magpie. 8:26pm Tue 5 Sep Report Abuse
how much do they get paid
how much does the bbc pay these guys to appear?
gazza 6:48pm Tue 5 Sep Report Abuse
Something for nothing.
If Kate Bliss turned up at my stall l would hide.She wants something for nothing and that would get my back up.
fairview 4:29pm Thu 31 Aug Report Abuse
ALL THE SAME.
Why do these experts take a lot of antiques they buy to the same dealers, its very noticeable on each programme in a week.
SUSPICIOUS. 2:38pm Sun 23 Jul Report Abuse
Its funny these experts travel all over the place, they go big distances and then up a small lane to find a buyer who wants their items. Theres something dodgy going on ?????.
CROMWELL. 9:57am Thu 20 Jul Report Abuse
Funny how Charles hansen makes a profit when he's using his own money, or so we are told. I think the programme makers provide the money . Yet when he's on bargain hunt he nearly always makes a loss.
oldvic 7:31pm Wed 19 Jul Report Abuse
Some experts sell to the same people, e.g Serrell takes loads of stuff to Bygones in Worcester. Others like K Bliss to friends around Hereford.
ZEUS 6:52pm Wed 19 Jul Report Abuse
At the auction
I don't think the antique dealers should keep making comments during tha auction. It would certainly put me off bidding.
Urbanlily 6:33pm Wed 19 Jul Report Abuse