SB - Most programmes give the name of the shop that buys the items. They can then be usually found on Google.
Neo 7:56pm Tue 7 Nov Report Abuse
-please could we have updates on items not sold in later programs,
jjay 8:24pm Thu 2 Nov Report Abuse
Don’t give the false profit back to the numpty that threw it away, give it to Children in Need
Rincewind 4:02pm Thu 2 Nov Report Abuse
The cost of coverting the stuff is absolutely mad. Even Sarah said she must be bonkers to agree to it. She said it!
reuben 5:15pm Tue 31 Oct Report Abuse
What a stupid show, most of the items should have been left at the skip
confused 5:12pm Mon 30 Oct Report Abuse
Can't imagine who would buy that hideous child's bed. For one thing it looks dangerous.
reuben 4:30pm Mon 30 Oct Report Abuse
Two awful looking bags that sold for £325, really?
helly 6:10am Tue 24 Oct Report Abuse
how do you buy the goods
how do you buy what they have made please
sb 12:25am Wed 18 Oct Report Abuse
Who would pay a few hundred pounds for 2 bar stools that were covered to make them look retro - seen similar ones go for under £50. They should disclose the breakdown costs in more detail(what about travel time, fuel). That restored chair - who would pay over £100 for 'out of popular' furniture!
taffy 4:34pm Thu 21 Sep Report Abuse
Oh how I cant stand
Arthur Smith's commentary. Drone voice and pathetic content - awful awful awful!!!
Flipflop 3:44pm Fri 15 Sep Report Abuse