It is the last leg for Angus Ashworth and David Harper, and they park the classic VW and go for a walk. Angus takes the pilgrims' watery route over the sea to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, and David Harper hoofs it up the longest avenue in Scotland at Marchmont House.\n\nRaiding antiques shops on both sides of the border, they bag some booty in a last-ditch attempt to win the day. With his head full of saints and relics, Angus is drawn to two rather gothic purchases, while David gets in touch with his militant feminist side, snapping up some hat pins he thinks are of Suffragette origin. As they career towards the finishing line at an auction in Alnwick, it is the last chance for them to show what they are made of.
Source: BBC 2