George and Roslin want to raise money for decorating.
Shirley wants to raise money for a vacation.
Anil and Elizabeth Ahir support a school in India; with a charitable donation in mind, they invite Jennie and Jonty to look for family heirlooms to sell at auction; two ancient swords and a silver teapot could help reach the $600 target.
Kay Hughes wants to raise money for charity.
Val Cripps wants to raise money for a comfy chair.
Brenda wants to raise money to convert her garage.
Gemma wants to transfer her father's home movies to DVD.
Elizabeth Morris wants to raise money for a family day out.
Linda wants to buy her grandchild some presents.
Karen and her sister want to raise money from their parents' mementos.
Lesley and Phil Ruskin hope to raise money for a cruise.
Sherry Bridges needs to downsize because of her health.
Fred wants to raise money to revamp his garden.
Pat wants to raise money for a party.
Jane wants to earn money for drumming equipment.
Margaret wants to take her grandsons to new York.
Anita wants to pay for her son to fly home from America.
Amanda wants to buy playground equipment.
The Day family wants to buy replacement windows.
Diane wants to help her daughter re-wire her house.
Peter and Alice want to go on a trip to see the Northern Lights.
Louise hopes to raise money.
Judy needs to downsize her home.
Fances and Ian hope to buy a high-definition television.
John and Marion want to raise money for a trip to New Zealand.
Jane and Geoff want to buy a painting.
Janet wants to go on a trip to a London theater.
Pat Harris wants to honor her late husband.
Brenda and Bob raise money for a local charity.
The Humbys want to raise money for power boat lessons.
Bernard and Daisy want to buy a hot tub for their vacation home.
Fiona wants to make improvements to her back garden.
Elizabeth and John want to take a trip to Scotland.
Anne wants to go on a cruise around the coast of Italy.
Ann and Tony want to raise money for a new porch and access ramp.
Jessica and Rachel want to raise money to provide care for their grandmother.
Denise and Heather want to raise money.
Hillary and Betty hope to raise money for a new bathroom suite.
Judy Corkhill from Brighton is in urgent need of a new fireplace; Lorne Spicer and Jonty Hearnden help her search for antiques and collectibles to sell at auction.
Travel enthusiast Shirley Guest is on a quest to visit Britain's most beautiful buildings; Chris Hollins and expert Paul Hayes help her find Indian boxes, Mauritian sea-shells and a mysterious Chinese casket to sell at auction.
Shirley wants to raise money for a trip.
Maureen and Darren want to take a trip to Scotland.
Robbie Saunders and his mom enlist Chris Hollins and John Cameron to help them raise money to buy new decking to improve access to their family caravan.
Sandra Kidd would like to raise some cash to build a log cabin in her garden.
Sarah Bramley sells her collectables at auction to raise 600 pounds to help with her small business plan.
Carol Walker's wall has fallen down, and she needs around money to get it fixed; Lorne Spicer and expert John Cameron help her choose items to send to auction, including some Olympic Games memorabilia.
Susie Silvey and her daughter Sarah hope to raise 500 pounds to pay for a luxury spa day in Cyprus.
Susie and her daughter want to raise money for a luxury spa day.
Annette and Nigel want to furnish their new home.
Margaret and her daughter hope to raise money.
Karen wants to go on an anniversary trip.
Rita wants to raise money for a new kitchen.
Tracey Broughton wants to clear her house and spend the proceeds on a kayaking day for her boys.
Sally Nuth would like to raise some cash to take on a cruise with her.
Joan Cook wants to raise money for a children's hospital in London.
Jean Chopping of Stansted wants to create a nest egg for her grandchildren; with the help of her son Mark, plus Angela Rippon and expert John Cameron, she sorts through a large collection of glassware, furniture and jewelry.
Aled and Jonty help Eileen raise money for a trip to Graceland.
Moya Miller wants to visit her friend Margaret in Canada and decides that a sale of her unused tchotchkes could help to fund the trip; on hand with advice are Chris Hollins and Paul Hayes, plus Moya's daughter Gail.
David and Barbara want to raise money for a family reunion.
A car enthusiast has called in the Cash in the Attic team to help him raise the money he needs for a brand new monster motor.
Martin Quilter has inherited heirlooms from his uncle and would like to sell them to create a memorial to him in the garden; he and his fiancée Mary, Jennie Bond and John Cameron look through the collectibles around their Leicestershire home.
John and Kate Stelling want to raise money from their father's mementos.
Banoo Petit is in dire need of replacement windows; she invites Chris Hollins and expert Paul Hayes into her Luton home to look through her mementos, many of which reflect her family's origins in India.
Val Perrin wants to restore her grand piano in order to start taking lessons again; Jennie Bond and Jonty Hearnden join Val and her daughter Sally to search her house for items that she can sell at auction.
Linda Salter is researching her family tree and would like to raise money to pay for research trips. Lorne Spicer and John Cameron find plenty of interesting items around her Wiltshire home, including a letter written by author Edith Sitwell.
Bev Cove from Bristol thinks her garden fence is in urgent need of replacement. Having collected antiques from her travels all over the world, she hopes Jennie Bond and Jonty Hearnden will find something in her home to sell to raise the funds.
Mother and daughter Marilyn and Madelaine Bottomley are looking to clear out their clutter, and raise money to buy stylish new outfits for a family wedding.
Nikki and her partner Peter attempt to fund a holiday in their favorite holiday location.
Vivienne Clarke needs money to fund the redecoration of her childhood home in Manchester; Jennie Bond and Jonty Hearnden help her look for items to sell, including a Georgian chaise lounge that bears the teeth marks of her beloved bulldog, Boris.
Marie wants to help her children renovate their holiday home.
Notty Hornblower runs a small costume museum beside her Derbyshire home; she seeks inspiration at the larger fashion museum in Bath and wants to treat her friends to a day out there.
Katie Freeland hopes to fund a family safari in Africa and invites Chris Hollins and expert John Cameron to her London home; they make many discoveries, including a tea set from her great aunt, once the governess of a royal household in Romania.
Wedding bells will soon be ringing for Linda MacLeod's niece; the family calls in Lorne Spicer and Jonty Hearnden to look through collectibles that can be sold in support of the festivities.
Aled Jones visits the Berkshire home of Carol Warren, who wants to fund a luxury holiday in the sun; John Cameron is the expert on hand to assess the value of her family heirlooms, prior to auction.
Jennie Bond and Jonty Hearnden meet two women at the home of their late mother in east London; they want to honor her work as a governor at a local school by establishing a prize fund in her memory, with a target of $1500.
A retired pig farmer and his wife try to raise money to re-upholster a suite.
Margaret and Roger Payne have called in Chris Hollins and the Cash team to help raise $900 to go toward some life-changing laser eye surgery for Margaret; they are hoping that their collection of quirky items will attract some serious bidding.
Tim and Zorina Walsh want to raise money for a charity healthcare mission to Sudan.
Sarah hopes to fund her move to Staffordshire.
Viv wants to raise money for a piece of art.
Eddie and Bob want a new kitchen for their South London home.
Pat Williams wants to raise money for a new bathroom for her friend.
Jeanette sells antiques to buy new furniture.
Ann wants to raise money for a day out for her granddaughter.
Margaret and Donald have a home full of antiques.
Bernadette wants to get rid of some of her antiques and start fresh.
A retired army major wants to raise enough money to take his wife to Las Vegas.
Josephine Kay and friend Cynthia want to raise $1500 for Josephine to experience the healing powers of the Dead Sea and ease her arthritis; the team finds some striking pieces, including the silver tea service which Josephine saved for as a child.
Artist Alex Stanbrook wants to raise $1500 to pay for an exhibition of her paintings; her home is packed with family heirlooms, but Jennie Bond and the Cash team need to find the items which will make the most at auction.
Londoner Jill Smith wants to rekindle her interest in riding horses, after 40 years away from the saddle; Gloria Hunniford and the team brave a tricky auction crowd to help her raise the $1100 she needs.
Jennie Bond and the team meet Rosemary Kind at her sanctuary for horses in South Devon; Rosemary's hoping to raise enough to pay for a much-needed horse solarium.
Denise wants to raise money to put toward her daughter's wedding dress.
Dave and Michelle Green want to raise money for a special gift for their first grandchild and have called Angela Rippon and the Cash team to their south east London home to help.
Linda Hawley wants to raise money to treat her grandchildren to a special day out, while daughter Deborah wants her mom to clear out all the junk.
Sanjeez Dass hopes he has invested wisely in items that will raise enough at auction to pay for a family trip to India.
Margot Ducat wants to raise some cash to surprise her partner with a flying lesson and is hoping her inherited collectibles will be worth a lot.
Gloria Hunniford watches on in admiration as Graham and Christine raise money to celebrate twenty glorious years of marriage with a daredevil scheme to make sure they fall for each other all over again.
Rretired insurance salesman John Manton has been collecting antiques all of his adult life but has decided it is time to let some of them go in the hope of raising enough cash for a new set of wheels.
Ron and Lynn Chamberlain sell some family antiques in order to visit their son in Canada and buy an inflatable canoe for their adventures there.
David Jackson wants to raise money for a jacuzzi but his wife wants to repair some damage to the home.
Billy and Sandy Foulkes want money for a luxury golfing holiday to Mauritius.
The cash team is called in to the home of former tennis champ Scynthia Larsen.
Judith Farmer hopes to get enough money from an antique auction to pay for a trip abroad.
A west Londoner wants to raise funds to build a new kitchen for his flat.
Former caterer David Flynn needs to raise money to go back to school.
Valerie and Colin Conrich need to raise enough money to fly to New York for their niece's wedding.
Linda and David need to raise money to pay for two wedding receptions.
Lorraine Willis calls in the team to help fund a much-needed new kitchen appliance.
Two keen travelers attempt to raise money for a portable oxygen machine.
Luisa and Carlo Leraci want to take their whole family on holiday back home in Italy.
The Evans family seeks collectibles to sell to raise funds for a formal family portrait.
Cleaning out clutter for a new car.
The angels try to get Corey and Alice to realize that the family they both yearn for may be closer than they realize.
Two big spenders become sellers to pay for their dream yard.
A family needs money to fix the fireplace.
Debra Barker wants money for a trip to New Zealand.
Ruth and Peter Cheney want to raise money to visit their daughter in Australia.
Susanne Hunter wants to raise money to transform a dark room into an art studio.
Sue and Brian Ford are hoping to raise money to help Brian following heart surgery.
Nick Lee-Ostler and Cedric Walker need money to transform a kitchen in London's East End.
Sheila Taylor hopes to raise enough money to have her late mother's poetry published.
Fiona Beresford hopes to sell her ceramics collection to raise money for a new bedroom for her daughter.
Paul and Lynne Teitjen want to move to Spain to start a new life.
Crystal healer Kate Goodall is about to move home, but she needs to raise money for a treatment room.
Brian needs to raise 1000 pounds for an electric wheelchair.
Creating a garden.
Helen Joyce wants cash to publish her science fiction adventure.
Frances McQuistan wants cash to thank her daughter for her support while she had cancer.
An accountant and new mother tries to raise enough cash to start a chocolate business.
Winnie and Mumba Creswell hope to raise money for driving lessons.
A brother and sister sell some collectibles to pay for a new hall carpet.
June Ogden wants money for her grandson's band.
Lorna and Michael McGaughey want to auction their clutter and raise funds for a new baby buggy.
Gill needs the teams help so that she can attend the Valentine's Ball.
Eija Rostron wants to install a proper Finnish sauna.
Wendy Amey hopes to raise money for a summer home.
Selling household bric-a-brac to buy a piano.
Rebecca Eglington needs to raise money for a memorial ring in memory of her father.
A couple hope that the discoveries in their attic will earn them enough money for a new backyard.
Clearing out the farm to make room for a roommate; new kitchen cabinets.
Kim and Lyn need to replace their conservatory windows and are hoping that the team will unearth enough heirlooms to raise the $600 they need.
Mountain climbing mother.
A Finnish woman wants to raise money to add a sauna to her home.
The team help Vivien and Chris Mitchell get a little extra cash.
A man who has a few thousand books stacked in every room in his house wants to raise money towards a computer.
A horder promises to clear the clutter in exchange for a new fridge.
A woman inherited antiques that are in storage, and wants someone to put them into better use.
A photography enthusiast hopes to raise enough cash to buy some new equipment.
Susan and Duncan Jones rent out their beautiful manor house but the family rarely have time off together; they call in the `Cash in the Attic' team to help them sell some of their antiques at an auction so they can have a break as a family.
A coupe want to sell off some of their clutter to pay for repairs to their conservatory.
Money is needed for a woman who wants a reclining chair.
Money is needed for a Jacuzzi to be fitted into a Devon cottage.
Pamela and Tony try to clear their cottage of clutter in order to raise the necessary funds for a new garage.
A boot-sale fanatic auctions items to pay for a designer handbag for his daughter.
A mother raises $2000 to decorate bedrooms.
An actress who is tired of city life hopes to sell her bric-a-brac and buy a canal boat.
David McEllin wants to raise enough money for a dream vacation in South Africa.
This couple would like to exchange their clutter for a loft conversion.
The Rabbitts want to go hiking in Peru but first they must raise some cash.
Appleton meets a Brighton-based bibliophile with a hoarding instinct.
Pat Paling has an beautiful collection of pottery and has called in the Cash in the Attic team to look through her home to raise money for some new conservatory furniture.
A cave of toys is among the treasures to be cleared so clutter can be turned into cash.
Tracey Archer and her sister want to sell the contents of her loft for a family party.
A family auctions their antiques, hoping to fund their dream of self sufficiency.
Sheila Langford has called in the Cash team to help raise the funds she needs to kick start a family endeavor.
Trish needs help raising money for a pet project.
Jane needs money to hone her skills on an advanced home cookery course.
Debbie needs help raising money for her daughters driving classes.
Ruth and Ken Mitchell are moving and need the cash team to help them raise money so they can move in style.
Two "jumble sale junkies" wish to revamp their home.
Nina hopes the team can help her raise money so she can upgrade her mobility scooter.
Delia Panter works as a part-time music teacher in her local school.
Mark Houghton has traveled the world as a soldier, but he and his family have now settled in Southampton.
Geoffrey recently suffered a stroke and now needs the cash for mobility aid.
The Cash team head to the Norfolk Fens to help John Dollimore raise money for his wife Vivienne.
The home of Olivia Eaton; the oldest ever find that the series has yet uncovered.
Jean McDonald has called in the Cash team to help cure her family love bug.
Franky's surprise found in the garage should help her build a new life in Marbella.
Virginia McKenna has called in the team to help raise funds for two projects for the Born Free Foundation.
Isobel Bowling wants to convert her attic of her Surrey home into an office.
Simone calls the Cash team to help her declutter her lovely home.
A woman and her daughter attempt to finance a home in Spain.
Rachel Miles volunteers to do all the flowers for her son's wedding, but needs the money.
The Cash team helps uncover quality antiques in Barbara Withy's home.
Dentists Robert and Christine Kilvington declutter to raise money for a rainy day.
After 26 years in the army, retired lieutenant colonel Jan Ransom now dedicates her time to coordinating Christian aid missions to Africa.
A couple empties their bungalow of hoarded objects in the hopes of buying a new cage for their talking cockatoo.
With an anniversary coming up Nick Vandervell has called in the Cash in the Attic team to help him raise the money to give his wife Susie an unforgettable day.
Adrienne Gear and partner John Dunford are trying to raise money for a model railway and decorating.
An aspiring actor hopes to find treasure among inherited items.
Nichola Johnson and her friend Karen are hoping to raise funds for a sailing trip.
Pat and Bernard Field attempt to raise money for a Colombian children's charity.
Two keen travelers attempt to raise money to pay for a portable oxygen machine.
The team try to raise enough cash at auction to buy Vanessa Westfold a new hi-fi.
Raising 3000 pounds for a Mediterranean-style garden.
Converting a vast antiques collection into cash for a dream Mediterranean garden.
A West London woman auctions some antiques to finance a new look for her home.
A brother and sister whose mother has died inherit a house stuffed with antiques.
A couple hope that their hoarding habits will help to finance a family holiday.
Start a business.
Nicki Elliot has called in the Cash in the Attic squad to help raise funds for a family re-union.
Albert and Jean Brandon have made the decision to downsize and have called in the Cash in the Attic team to help.
Shirley Greenwood and her husband Stan have been married for 50 years and have called in the Cash in the Attic team to help them.
Sandra Hardiman has made the decision to beat her partner Brian at his own game.
Mary Farrier sacrifices some of her beautiful things in order to revamp her garden.
Joan Cook and her daughter Gemma are raising funds for the London children's hospital that treated one of the girls in Joan's Brownie pack.
Pat Page has called Cash in the Attic to help her go through her collectibles to raise money to upholster her living room.
Frank and Fiona Anderson have been married for over 30 years but four years ago their lives took a turn for the worst when Fiona suddenly became ill.
Sandy Pimms has been diagnosed with emphysema, but she refuses to let it get in the way of doing what she loves.
Maria Lawton asks the Cash team to help her raise money for a eternal tribute to her father, Peter.
A brother is determined to take his bereaved sister on a surprise holiday.
The team helps raise money for a project very close to their hearts.
A budding artist wants to clear some room for a studio.
A man wants to raise money for a computer.
The wife of a farmer who has suffered a stroke wants to raise money for a conservatory.
A couple wants to buy a webcam for their computer so they can keep in contact with their grandchildren.
A publican couple are helped to sell their breweriana.
After a lifetime of traveling the world, Anne Collins has called in the cash team to help her embark on a new journey.
Irena and Eddie Anthony try to raise 1000 pounds at an auction to treat their daughters.
A woman wants to sell her collectibles to buy a new garden shed.
Robert and Jennifer Swain sell off some collectables for a therapeutic hydrotherapy bath.
A man looks to sell furniture that he inherited.
A woman wants to buy her father a top-of-the-range TV and video recorder.
A couple sell off boot sale items before moving into a smaller house.
Peter Traylen's home is crammed with clocks but he's decided the time is right to part with a few.
Selling household bric-a-brac to buy a piano.
A family tries to raise enough funds to buy a new car.
A woman plans to sell her Beatles memorabilia.
A casino manager wants to raise funds for a staff bash and has decided it's time to give his casino a make-over.
Sarah works with special needs children and Colin is an engineer.
A married couples wants to raise enough money to mark their 40th wedding anniversary in style.
A couple try selling clutter from car boot sales and charity shops to raise money for a sentimental trip.
Robin and Marion Gallimore want cash to take a trip on the Orient Express.
The Holland family hopes to sell Liz Holland's antique collection to pay for a birthday party.
The Pile and Evans family.
A couple auction off years of clutter to finance plans for their dream garden.
Crockery is sold to buy a car.
The Cash in the Attic team help Jackie and Graham Whittington raise the money for a new car.
A couple try to raise enough for a Disney World holiday for their grandchildren.
Anne Excell is looking to raise money to fund a special treat for her grandchildren.
A woman wants to restore a dresser.
Joan Chamberlain is an 84-year-old Parkinson's sufferer who hopes to raise enough money at auction to buy a top-of-the-line wheelchair.
Sons sell their parents collection in hopes of raising funds for a new staircase.
A couple hope to raise enough to pay for a marquee for their daughter's wedding.
Angie's mother, Eve, recently passed away and Angie now has the chore of going through all Eve's collectables acquired over the years.
The team hunt for hidden treasure in the home of a hardcore hoarder.
Home of Thierry Muller in Battersea.
Jane and Andy Chislett plan to auction some of their valuable to fund a kitchen.
Model makers try to raise some cash by selling film memorabilia.
An attic full of possessions in an old bed-and-breakfast.
Seamstress Susan McIntyre has called in the Cash team to help her raise money for a new summerhouse.
A collection of dolls; snooker memorabilia.
Chris Watson needs money to take his punk band on a European tour.
A mother hopes to raise enough money to scale Mont Blanc.
A budding artist needs cash to make her dream studio space.
Jane Storer wants to treat her two teenage daughters to a shopping spree.
Sally wants to raise money for an artistic installation.
Wendy wants to repair her bed and breakfast.
Mom Rachel wants her 11-year-old daughter Charlotte to have somewhere safe to ride her beloved pony, so she calls in the "Cash in the Attic" team.
Hopeful homeowners take their unwanted items to auction; Chris and Carol Kerr are downsizing to a picturesque Cotswolds cottage, so it's time to clear some of their antiques.
Drummond Abram wants to raise enough money for a course that will help him conquer his fear of flying and take to the skies with wife Edna.
Thia Cooper is a jazz singer who helps run a famous music school; Thia wants the `Cash in the Attic' team to help her raise enough money at auction so she can take family and friends to the famous London jazz club, Ronnie Scott's.
Entertaining series that finds out the real value of household junk; Cazzie McDonald Wood from Hampshire hopes to raise enough money to pay for golf lessons.
In this round of light-hearted auction action with Lorne Spicer a family of four car fanatics want to raise cash for a day out that will get the whole family revved up.
Sarah McCartney is moving into an Edwardian house with a garden and wants to raise money to plant a vegetable patch, so she has decided to sell off some of her collectibles to help her garden grow.
Chris Hollins and the team meet Nadine Hazel, who wants to raise money for two very different building projects; she has inherited valuable ephemera from her father's pub, but she may not be happy when some of it is actually sold.
Alison Harrison's home is packed with unwanted collectibles and antiques; her daughters help her to raise enough money for a new back garden.
A good clear out to raise funds for an artistic endeavor.
Clearing out the attic so Ron has cash for his next walking adventure.
Selling their antiques for a trip down memory lane.
Heather and her father Bob get rid of clutter for a holiday.
Sandy and Steve Butt clear clutter to spend some cash on themselves.
Doreen Lambert calls in the team to help her auction her many heirlooms in order to raise the money for a special family get-together.
Clearing out her late mothers house in order to move to Portugal.
The grooms turn their clutter into cash so they can purchase a new camera.
Ann and Steve Pike turn their antiques into an evening of mystic and mystery.
Gordon and Poppy Seymour call in the team to help them raise enough money to build a brand new garden fence to stop their dogs from escaping.
Their antiques will pay for a trip to Spain to scout for a house.
Mary and her Husband John clear out for a huge anniversary bash.
John Howard wants to thank his wife with a special surprise, so he calls in the team to help raise the money he needs to make his plans a reality.
Denise and Mark Chenoworth sell their china collection to pay for Mark's spinabiffida treatments.
Sue Eggins needs to raise money for a new cooker to start their business.
Bernard and Jacqueline Simpson sell their clutter so they can downsize.
Recently married, David and Sandra Purl want to raise $1,000 so that they can have a golfing break and spend some quality time together.
Barrie and Barbara Price manage a trailer park in Chertsey and are both motorbike mad; after downsizing, their huge collection is bursting their bungalow at the seams and a cleanup is needed.
Rona and her daughter Rachel sell their treasures for a very special day.
Pauline Collard and her partner Dave want to live in France and Pauline is looking to raise money at auction so she can go house hunting in Brittany.
Sophie Baker wishes to sell some of her stuff to give Japanese lessons to her son.
Widow Mackin decides to sell some of the clutter to provide a proper send off for her husband.
Trevor Pearson wants to raise $1800 to modernize his cloakroom and, if he has enough money left, to also revamp his hallway.
Antiques and collectables go for a special treat for friends and step son.
Teddy bear fanatic Joyce Parker wants to raise 500 pounds so that she and her partner John can share a pampering day to prepare themselves for their long haul to Australia.
Getting rid of the clutter before the move for a nice day out.
Jo and Mike West are looking to sell 500 pounds' worth of collectibles so Jo can pursue her passion and pay for a jewellery making course.
Time to get rid of the clutter that was carried from Miami for a day out.
Shortly after her daughter died of the condition, Tricia Stephens opened the Neurofibromatosis Association's first charity shop and began organizing fundraising events.
Louise Roberts is moving abroad, but needs to raise the cash to fund pet passports for her two dogs and cat.
Members of the congregation of St. Mary's Church donate unwanted items.
Joan DeCourcey loves nothing more than spoiling her grandchildren with trips to London's theatre land, but to do it in style isn't cheap; she has decided to sell of some of her collectibles so she can give her grandchildren a day out to remember.
Tessa van den Bergh wants to sell some collectibles so that her grandson Freddy, a sports fanatic, can have the trip of a lifetime with his hockey team on their tour of Asia.
June and Mark Denny want to clear out some collectibles to raise money to clear off on a South American adventure.
Jacky Winkler wants to raise enough money to enable herself and her two friends to become members at a local bird of prey center.
Margaret and Roger Stevens try to raise enough cash to buy books and equipment for a school in Uganda.
For 30 years, Bridget Jones and husband Chris have been renovating the homes they have lived in and it's time for them to enjoy their retirement in Corfu; keen on adding a pool to their sunny paradise, they've called in the team to help them out.
Elizabeth Thompson wants to sell some collectibles in an effort to begin downsizing; she seeks a more simple life for herself and her husband, George.
Raising cash for a music room.
Rosemary Cumberland and her business partner Jim Newton call in the team to declutter their Derbyshire cottage, taking some superb items to auction.
Rod Higham and his wife Val hope to raise $1500 for a trip to Guernsey, where they spent their first vacation as a married couple.
Evelyn Deegan plans to sell many of the wonderful antiques she has collected in order to take her grandchildren out on a day trip to remember.
June Ward wants to start a gallery in her home, and needs money for some display screens.
Lisa and Steve Beynon want to raise money to send Steve's father on a surprise luxury break.
The Westbury-on-Trim RAF Association hopes to raise money to refurbish their club house.
The Abbott's want to rescue their garden from their dogs, provide a dog pen and repair the damage.
Jenny Scott needs to fund the restoration of her home's original features.
Tony Nam sells some of the family antiques to pay for his son's university fees.
Siobhan Stanley wants to sell her antiques to buy a country retreat.
Ken Hayman wants money for a new washer and dryer.
Following her recovery from breast cancer, Moira Barton asks the team to help her get rid of of her collection of antiques to fund a much needed spa holiday with husband George.
Rebecca Bartholomew needs a new camera, and wants to raise the money from her late mother's collectibles.
The team is called to help Shirley Zeffman rummage through her North London home in search of precious pieces to take to auction.
The team trawls for treasure in a south London home.
A man is desperate for peace and quiet -- his son is a budding rock star and his band needs a new rehearsal room.
Carol Allert has not been able to see a top Westend show since her husband died in 1996 and Judith thinks it's about time that she spoils herself.
The team treads the boards of the Salisbury Playhouse in search of props to take to auction.
Retired couple Richard and Eileen head an extensive family and own a home in Milford, Surrey.
Lynda Caswell is a retired actress who needs to raise funds to convert her garage into an art studio.
Gill and Penny have been best friends since meeting while working at Roehampton hospital thirty years ago.
During a family holiday to Gambia, school teachers are inspired to get involved and help local volunteers.
Exploring the home of costume jewellery collector Wendy Hiscox.