A trio of antique dealers decide whether to make offers for people's possessions or allow the owners to take a risk at auction.
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David Dickinson ...
 Himself - Presenter 59 episodes, 2006-2015
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A trio of antique dealers decide whether to make offers for people's possessions or allow the owners to take a risk at auction.

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The Definition of Bad TV
4 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

How Dickinson managed to crawl his way back on to TV is anyone's guess but alas, somehow he has managed it. His new series on ITV showcases the fact that his terrible presenting style had gone unchanged, coming across as a man who wishes he wasn't there and seems to genuinely have contempt for every human being he meets. The show itself is just another generic daytime TV price guessing game show (Funnily enough there is a very similar show hosted by Noel Edmonds called "Cheap Cheap Cheap" on Channel 4 that airs at exactly the same time!) just with Dickinson's name slapped on it. There is no charm or wit whatsoever from the production or aforementioned presenter and the game itself is boring after one round. Thank God I have a job so can only be subjected to this terrible attempt at entertainment on my days off...


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