Flog It! Today September 29 2022 on BBC

Flog It! Today [month] [dt] [year] on BBC 21Today, September 29 2022, BBC presents the series in which Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.

Flog It! Today, September 29 2022

DateSummary
DateSummary
Friday, 9 September 2022No show
Thursday, 8 September 2022Compilation 35
Series 13

A collection of the best finds from the show's travels around the country, visiting Lulworth Castle in Dorset, Chiddingstone Castle in Kent, Wrest Park in Bedfordshire and Gloucester Cathedral.

The antiques experts include Anita Manning, Philip Serrell, Claire Rawle, David Harper and Catherine Southon - with items ranging from an 'Old Bill' car mascot to a large London-made clock.

Paul Martin finds out more about marquetry, parquetry and inlay at Breamore House in Hampshire.
Wednesday, 7 September 2022Bedfordshire 31
Series 13

Paul Martin presents from Wrest Park, a 19th-century French-style chateau surrounded by three centuries of English garden design in the Bedfordshire countryside. From the assembled crowd on the formal lawns, antiques experts Anita Manning and Christina Trevanion select the best antiques and collectibles to take to auction.

Paul explores the grounds at Wrest, taking a look at the nationally significant collection of statuary and finding out about the key characters who made Wrest what it is today.
Tuesday, 6 September 2022Chiddingstone Castle 37
Series 13

Paul Martin presents from magnificent Chiddingstone Castle in Kent. Antiques experts Thomas Plant and Adam Partridge find some unusual antiques and collectables and sell them at auction for a small fortune.

Paul also visits Kent racetrack Brands Hatch and experiences at first hand what has made this track a huge success for 100 years.
Monday, 5 September 2022Bedfordshire 33
Series 13

Paul Martin presents from Wrest Park, a Georgian manor house surrounded by 18th-century formal gardens in the Bedfordshire countryside. Antiques experts Anita Manning and Christina Trevanion select the best antiques and collectibles to take to auction.

Paul also takes a stroll down the high street of Amersham to explore the market town's unusual and varied history.
Friday, 2 September 2022No show
Thursday, 1 September 2022Derbyshire 8
Series 12 Episode 19 of 60

Flog It! comes from historic Haddon Hall in Derbyshire.

Paul Martin is joined by experts Michael Baggot and Caroline Hawley. Together they pick out a selection of interesting antiques and collectables to be sold at the local auction house. Michael finds an oriental carving which he thinks is a cut above, and Caroline is drawn to a model of a Second World War V1 bomb which reveals some fascinating history.

Paul gets out and about on a quest to find out the extraordinary story of the Peak District National Park.
Wednesday, 31 August 2022No show
Tuesday, 30 August 2022Oxford 18
Series 12 Episode 18 of 60

This edition comes from Oxford Union, the most famous debating chamber outside of Westminster, where Paul Martin is joined by experts Will Axon and Mark Stacey. Together the team pick out a selection of interesting antiques and collectables to be sold at the local auction house.

Will gets a little light refreshment when he comes across some 18th century picnic bottles, while Mark discovers a unique collection of children's toys. Auctioneer Thomas Plant also reveals his insider tip on how to spot a diamond.

Paul spends the day on the water with the Oxford boat crew as they whittle down their team for the University Boat Race.
Monday, 29 August 2022No show
Friday, 26 August 2022Manchester 33 - Series 12 Episode 15 of 60 - This edition comes from Manchester, a city famous for its music scene. Antiques expert Caroline Hawley finds an autograph from one of rock and roll's biggest names, and Anita Manning values a beautiful concertina. Paul Martin takes a journey through the city's musical history, from the Halle Orchestra to New Order and Oasis.
Thursday, 25 August 2022Somerset 28 - Series 12 Episode 14 of 60 - Flog It! comes from the sharp end, as Paul Martin and antiques experts Thomas Plant and Charlie Ross descend upon the Fleet Air Arm Museum, situated on the navy's largest aviation base, HMS Heron in Somerset. Members of the public bring their antiques and collectibles along to Europe's largest naval aviation museum, where the Flog It! experts share their knowledge of what everything is worth. A surprise discovery by the museum director pushes the value up on one item. Paul goes behind the scenes at the museum where he meets curator Dave Morris, whose pioneering way of working is bringing exhibits to life in a way never previously imagined.
Wednesday, 24 August 2022No show
Tuesday, 23 August 2022Sheffield 15 - Series 12 Episode 13 of 60 - Paul Martin and the Flog It! team are in the historic city of Sheffield. Experts Thomas Plant and James Lewis have their work cut out for them, with hundreds of people bringing their items along to be inspected and valued. Thomas is taken by a set of watercolours of industrial Sheffield, and James finds a Victorian automaton that causes a stir in the auction. Paul explores the story of the Great Exhibition of 1851, the biggest event of its kind in the world.
Monday, 22 August 2022No show
Friday, 19 August 2022Guildford 24 - This edition of the antiques series comes from the impressive Guildford Cathedral, which overlooks the town itself.

Paul Martin is joined by experts James Lewis and Catherine Southon, and together they pick out a selection of antiques and collectibles to be sold at auction. James discovers a brass figure that could be six centuries old, and Catherine finds a pocket watch with a bit of a difference.

Paul also takes a look at the world's first motor-racing track and goes for a spin in a 1930s sports car.
Thursday, 18 August 2022Sheffield 12 - This edition of Flog It! comes from Sheffield in south Yorkshire.

Presenter Paul Martin leads a team of antiques experts, including Thomas Plant and James Lewis, as they search for interesting and valuable items to take to auction. Among their finds are a tortoiseshell locket, a Georgian tankard and a shocking electrotherapy kit. Paul meets two of the Sheffield women who were recently awarded honours for keeping the steel mills running in the Second World War.
Wednesday, 17 August 2022Guildford 22 - This edition of Flog It! comes from Guildford Cathedral, where Paul Martin is joined by experts Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon.

Together the team pick out a selection of antiques and collectables to be sold at a local auction. Mark discovers a large Moorcroft bowl, but will a small bit of damage put the bidders off? And Catherine finds a wooden snuff holder in the shape of a shoe - will the buyers sniff it out? But the real star of the show is a music box.

Paul also visits Weald and Downland Museum, where they preserve entire buildings from the local area for generations to come. And he goes hands-on with part of the restoration process.
Tuesday, 16 August 2022Derbyshire 6 - This edition of Flog It! comes from historic Haddon Hall in Derbyshire, where Paul Martin is joined by experts Michael Baggot and Caroline Hawley.

Together the team pick out a selection of antiques and collectables to be sold at auction. Michael finds a glorious scent bottle, but will he come out of the auction smelling of roses? Caroline gets a glimpse into the past by looking through a stereoscopic viewer.

Paul also takes the opportunity to look around Haddon Hall, where he meets up with the current owner, Lord Edward Manners.
Monday, 15 August 2022Oxford 16 -
This edition of Flog It! comes from the historic Oxford Union, right in the heart of central Oxford.

Paul Martin is joined by experts Christina Trevanion and Will Axon. Together the team pick out a selection of antiques and collectables to be sold at auction. Will uncovers some salacious etchings by a very famous artist, while Christina finds a unique autograph book. But will it reach for the stars or languish at the bottom of the bill?

Paul also gets the chance to explore behind the scenes at the Oxford Union, discovering a few of the famous faces who debated in the chamber.
Friday, 12 August 2022No show
Thursday, 11 August 2022Culzean Castle - Today Flog It! comes from Culzean Castle on the west coast of Scotland. Our experts Anita Manning and Natasha Raskin Sharp are on hand to find a selection of objects to take to auction. A watercolour with a local connection catches Anita’s eye, while Natasha is drawn to a gorgeous handwoven blanket. Paul Martin explores a hidden part of Culzean’s history, uncovering the tales of smugglers working the coastline in the caves beneath the castle walls.
Wednesday, 10 August 2022Birmingham 2 - Paul Martin presents from the heart of Birmingham and its historic Museum and Art Gallery. Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Thomas Plant search the queue for the best antiques and collectables to take to auction.

Paul Martin explores the museum's world-class collection of Pre-Raphaelite art and discovers the work of Arts and Crafts jewellery designers Arthur and Georgie Gaskin.
Tuesday, 9 August 2022Compilation 25 - A collection of the best finds from the show's travels around the country, visiting Lulworth Castle in Dorset, Chiddingstone Castle in Kent and Wrest Park, Bedfordshire.

The antiques experts include Christina Trevanion, Adam Partridge, Anita Manning, Thomas Plant, Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon - with items ranging from a fantastic collection of tin plate toys to an early camera.

Paul Martin goes on a tour of the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in Hampshire.
Monday, 8 August 2022Gloucester 26 - In the spectacular setting of Gloucester Cathedral, presenter Paul Martin and experts Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott unearth some unusual items among the antiques and collectibles brought along to the valuation day.

Philip discovers there are still bargains to be found at car boot sales, and an exquisite and valuable Italian micromosaic necklace sparks Michael's interest.

Paul also fulfils a lifetime's dream when he runs away to Gloucester-based circus Giffords and learns a few tricks of the trade from its famous clown, Tweedy.
Friday, 5 August 2022No show
Thursday, 4 August 2022No show
Wednesday, 3 August 2022No show
Tuesday, 2 August 2022No show
Monday, 1 August 2022No show
Friday, 29 July 2022Paul Martin presents from Birmingham, the epicentre of Britain's Industrial Revolution.

Antiques experts James Lewis and Thomas Plant search the queue for silver showing Birmingham's anchor hallmark, while Paul visits Soho House, the home of the father of the Industrial Revolution, Matthew Boulton, and site of the first meetings of the original Lunar Society.
Thursday, 28 July 2022Paul Martin introduces a collection of the best finds from the show's travels to Lulworth Castle in Dorset, Chiddingstone Castle in Kent, and Wrest Park in Bedfordshire.

The antiques experts include Catherine Southon, Christina Trevanion, Adam Partridge, Mark Stacey and Thomas Plant, with items ranging from a cloisonne vase to an astonishing collection of First World War slides.

Paul also finds out more about the ancient art of shipbuilding at Buckler's Hard in Hampshire.
Wednesday, 27 July 2022Paul Martin presents from Wallasey Town Hall on the banks of the River Mersey. Antique experts Philip Serrell and Nick Davies get to meet people from all over Merseyside who have brought in their antiques and collectibles to receive a valuation and possibly go on to make a sale at auction.

Paul also gets special permission to go behind the scenes with National Museums Liverpool to find out how they preserve the millions of often priceless objects that are in their care, at the Conservation Studios in the city centre.
Tuesday, 26 July 2022Flog It! comes from Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Thomas Plant search the queue for the best antiques and collectables to take to auction.

Paul Martin visits Hagley Hall, the last great Palladian house to be built in Britain.
Monday, 25 July 2022No show
Friday, 22 July 2022Paul Martin presents from Wrest Park, a 19th-century French-style chateau in the Bedfordshire countryside. Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and David Harper take a look at the antiques and collectables brought in by the public.

Paul also heads to Hemel Hempstead to find out how Frogmore Paper Mill became the birthplace of paper's industrial revolution by bringing paper to the masses.
Thursday, 21 July 2022Paul Martin presents from Southwell Minster in the town of Southwell, near Nottingham. Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Mark Stacey find the best antiques and collectibles inspired by nature.

Paul also discovers how the remarkable green man sculptures covering the minster chapter house took their inspiration from ancient pagan beliefs which might even have links with the local legend of Robin Hood.
Wednesday, 20 July 2022Flog It! comes from the historic Blackpool Tower Circus, where Paul Martin is joined by experts Anita Manning and James Lewis. Together the team pick out a selection of interesting antiques and collectables to be sold at a local auction.

James discovers a glass bowl bought at a car boot sale, and Anita finds a diamond and pearl necklace. But which will do better when they go under the hammer?

Paul goes back in time to investigate the story of the real-life war horses.
Tuesday, 19 July 2022Antiques series. Flog It! comes from Hopetoun House near Edinburgh. Antiques experts Adam Partridge and Caroline Hawley find some fascinating antiques and collectibles to take to auction.

Paul Martin discovers more about Hopetoun House by talking to the people who work and live there.


About Flog It!

Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.

This show is broadcast on BBC, also known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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  1. Mrs Patricia Evans says:

    Info on pearly green fish which appears on closing credits of the show. My mother had one & I wonder about it’s story.

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