Bargain Hunt Reviews
Description:Antiques challenge series on BBC1.
Newest Review: ... evaluation of the items before the auction commences. So that's the rules. The show itself is presented by Tim Wonnacott who does do a pretty good job in making the show interesting. He's quite a wacky character. Unfortunately Tim does make the show a little repetitive in places by using the same old phrases and expressions each and every episode. These being "leftover lolly" which ... more
Customer Bargain Hunt Reviews (38)
by bargainhunter - written on 05/01/12
Why is this british programme being filmed in Australia? who is paying for the BBC presenters to go there? Has GB not have enough participants or running out of bargains? Australian Bargain Hunt programme would not be appropriate for british participants and I now have completely gone off watching this programme.
by black cat - written on 14/06/11
tim wannacot the man who put the `r` in off and despite his airs and graces is unaware that sunderland has never been part of northumberland since the saxons ruled northumbria
by John brian - written on 03/06/11
In the last episode my grandmother was tricked and bullied into getting 20 pounds for a 89 pound item which was then sold by them for 49 pounds it was a canton teapot
by - written on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
Bargain Hunt is an antiques show where 2 teams compete to find items for a bargain and hopefully sell for profit at auction. The two teams, red and blue, each consist of two people whether they be friends, or relatives. Each is given £300 and a so called "expert" to go around an antiques fare in search for a bargain. Each team must get 3 items to sell at auction and any left over cash is given to the expert in order for him or her to get a bonus buy using their sole judgement. The items are then presented to the auctioneer where he gives his own independent evaluation of the items before the auction commences. So that's the rules. The show ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I enjoy dealing in Antiques, and find it very therapeutic going to Antique Auctions buying items and then selling them on. Sadly for me, since the onset of Bargain Hunt in 2000, the bargains are a lot more thin on the ground. Bargain Hunt is a programme, initially hosted by David Dickinson, on BBC lunchtime. It usually lasts for 45 minutes, although there have been shorter and longer editions. The idea of the programme is to have a Red Team and a Blue Team, who will compete against each other to find the bargain of the day. Each team comprise of two people, and they are usually friends or related. In the early days each team would be ... Read the complete review