Sarah Moore and Jay Blades search celebrities' homes for forgotten junk to transform into treasure to be sold, with the profits going to charity.
Paul Young goes on an angling tour of the East coast of America, travelling from the Florida Keys to Greenville, Maine. Along the way he meets local fisherman and experiences the best fishing on offer.
Two teams go head-to-head to transform understated flea market finds into money-making treasure. Who will make the most cash from their trash?
Angler John Wilson travels to stunning locations to tackle the most demanding species of fish.
Matt Hayes travels along some of Britain’s rivers from source to sea. He meets the locals and learns what fish live in the waters before exploring the many different ways to catch them.
Fishing fanatic Matt Hayes trawls through some of his finest catches, as the angling expert recounts run-ins with the huge variety of fish he’s caught over the years.
Sarah Moore uses innovative methods to save three items from the dump and transforms them into valuable pieces. From bathtubs to stepladders, any unwanted object can be upcycled.
Robson Green navigates the planet on a mission to catch the biggest, the most aggressive, and the most unusual fish to be found in the world’s rivers, lakes and oceans.
Modern day treasure hunter Drew Pritchard travels the length and breadth of the country in search of weird and wonderful objects.
Experienced salvage hunter Drew Pritchard looks back at some of the most memorable finds and interesting characters he’s encountered while hunting for items for his shop in Conwy.
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Matt Hayes and Mick Brown are taking on the adventure of their angling careers. With just 30 days and a van, can they catch every species of fish native to Britain and Ireland?