FANS of BBC show Celebrity Antiques Road Trip can look forward to an episode which features Oxfordshire this week.

The spin-off of the popular antiques show has run since 2011 and features famous faces from stage, screen, comedy, sport and music, as they hunt down hidden gems in an attempt to make the biggest profit buying and selling antiques.

In each episode, the two competing celebrities begin with £400 and a classic car to find antique bargains to sell at auction.

The knowledge of antiques and bartering skills of the two competing celebrities are put to the test.

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To help the celebrities, the show’s regular antiques experts are on hand to provide guidance about the world of antiques.

All final profits that the celebrities make are then donated to BBC’s Children in Need.

This week, viewers can see how Countryfile presenters Adam Henson and Steve Brown fare when they visit Witney.

The pair are joined in the town by antiques experts David Harper and Roo Irvine.

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The celebrities and experts visit West Oxfordshire as they take a trip to the Cotswolds in a Fiat 500 1965 and a 1978 Mercedes Sl350.

The group also visit Bristol, Stow On The Wold and Stroud, whilst on their travels.

As they hunt for antiques, farmer and television presenter Mr Henson takes a gamble on an unusual and rare collectable.

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Meanwhile, Mr Brown - a former captain of the Great Britain wheelchair rugby squad - finds an ancient Chinese antique that gets the experts talking.

Red Dwarf star and DJ Craig Charles, comedian Phil Jupitus, actor Neil Morrissey, and singer Emeli Sandé have all featured in the current series of the hit BBC programme.

The episode featuring Oxfordshire will air this Friday at 7.30pm on BBC Two.