Just down the road from today’s antiques fair in Nottinghamshire is Southwell Minster, a place of worship for more than a thousand years. Inside the minster’s chapter house, Charlie Ross marvels at the Leaves of Southwell, one of the world’s finest examples of 13th-century stone carvings.\n\nAt Southwell Racecourse, two teams gallop around the stalls looking for bargains. The red team are friends Connor and James, skippered by expert Nick Hall. Lining up against them are couple Ruth and Emma, with Izzie Balmer.\n\nThe reds almost get the hump when they see two camel figurines, and the blues don’t take a shine to a pair of bonbon dishes. What will the teams end up spending their £300 on? And will it be a photo finish at Caroline Hawley’s auction at another racecourse – Beverley in the East Riding of Yorkshire?
Source: BBC 1