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Money for Nothing

Category: Education/Science/Factual
Episode 19 of 25 | Season 2
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Jendew
I think Sarah should have a prog with herself and helpers. The people who make most money and free advertising are the people she gives items to. You never hear any of them say, it's going to cost £600 and then say take a little back for charity. Like l say they are getting free advertising.
Jendew   5:23pm Thu 6 May Report Abuse

MFN
Money for nothing ... I thought it was the lisence fee
HAHAHA   5:07pm Mon 3 May Report Abuse

Raise
Sarah Moores presence raises this programme 1000% Psad that recently the quality has diminished by the introduction of amateurish elements. Great pity.
Peppy   3:24pm Wed 28 Apr Report Abuse

metal
why does J Blades appear to have a mouth full of metal?? looks disgusting.
Bethany   5:33pm Mon 26 Apr Report Abuse

What a joke,
and what a con.3 bog standard side tables,mismatched,too,345 quid.Somebody’s having a larf.
Lizzie   2:06pm Thu 8 Apr Report Abuse

What a joke,
and what a con.3 bog standard side tables,mismatched,too,345 quid.Somebody’s having a larf.
Lizzie   2:02pm Thu 8 Apr Report Abuse

Fake
What a load of fake bo##ocks.
Dave   6:03pm Thu 18 Feb Report Abuse

Sarah Moore
is so good she should have a programme of her own...
Cynth   5:03pm Tue 8 Dec Report Abuse

Jay blades
Busy doing nothing
Kat .   9:42am Sat 5 Dec Report Abuse

Ben
Bullying? More like laughing all the way to the bank!
Jo   11:16pm Fri 4 Dec Report Abuse

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Sarah Moore and the team transform items from a recycling centre in Witley, Surrey, including a cuckoo clock, a pair of bamboo chairs and an old kitchen unit. Arthur Smith narrates

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