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Four Rooms with Sarah Beeny
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Series 2 - Episode 1
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This quirky series, a brutal version of Antiques Roadshow, won a cult following last year. Members of the public with treasured objects they think are worth, in some cases, small fortunes, try to get the best price from four experts in four rooms. Each expert is prepared to spend their own money, but when they make offers that are turned down, then that’s it, there’s no going back.
Fans love the schadenfreude of seeing greedy people overreach themselves and walk away with nothing. Experts Jeffrey Salmon, Andrew Lamberty and Gordon Watson return, though the splendid Emma Hawkins is replaced by interior designer Celia Sawyer.
Dragon's Den meets Antiques Roadshow as Anita Rani invites members of the public to attempt to sell their art, antiques and collectibles to four dealers - Jeffrey Salmon, Andrew Lamberty, Gordon Watson and new face Celia Sawyer - sitting in separate rooms. Items include a chair used by author JK Rowling during the writing of Harry Potter, the original music score by Bernard Herrmann for the film Psycho, artwork by Marlon Brando, and Francis Bacon's paintbrushes.
Cast & Crew
Full Episode Guide
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