Flog It!

TV Show (2002 - 2005)

Flog It!
Individuals are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 13 Episode 40: Gloucester 28

    Presenter Phil Martin is accompanied by experts Catherine Southon and Philip Serrell as he heads to Gloucester Cathedral. The items selected for auction include a set of Victorian jelly moulds and a French snuff box

  • Season 13 Episode 19: Edinburgh 19

    Adam Partridge and Caroline Hawley inspect interesting antiques brought in by the public at Hopetoun House near Edinburgh, while presenter Paul Martín discovers more about the property by talking to those who live and work there

  • Season 13 Episode 15: Gloucester 29

    The team pays a visit to Gloucester Cathedral, where experts Phillip Serrell and Michael Baggott discover some rare gems among the antiques and collectibles brought for valuation, including a pre-Columbian burial vessel - one of the oldest items ever to have been featured on the show. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín marvels at the building's stained glass windows, one of which is as big as a tennis court

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  • Lily_LocateTV
    6 months ago, Lily_LocateTV said:
    Hello dennistravers0001, it may be best to visit BBC iPlayer to see if this particular episode is available for viewing. Lily-LocateTV Report abuse
  • dennistravers0001
    6 months ago, dennistravers0001 said:
    I'd be interested to review an episode recorded at A.J.Milne Autioneers in Aberdeen as I appeared in it and would like to show my relatives. It may have been one of the Craithes Castle ones. Can I download a copy or view it via BBC media player? Report abuse
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