Dickinson's Real Deal
Dickinson's Real Deal
Real Deal Titles
Presented by David Dickinson Narrated by Claire Harman Country of origin United Kingdom No. of series Ongoing No. of episodes Ongoing Production Running time 30–60 Mins
Production company(s) RDF Media
RDF Television West
Broadcast Original channel ITV (ITV1/STV/UTV) Original run 6 November 2006 – Present Chronology Related shows Antiques Roadshow
Dickinson's Real Deal is an ITV, UK modern antiques and collectables television programme presented by David Dickinson. The new series air on the ITV Network whereas old episodes are repeated on ITV3.
The shows are recorded in venues in the United Kingdom. Members of the public are invited to bring their antiques and collectables along. Independent valuers put an estimate on how much they think the items are worth. This figure is revealed to the audience at home.
The seller then decides whether to accept or decline the deal. If the deal is declined items go to auction.
Dealers featured in the series have included; Alison Chapman, Cheryl Brown, Karen Dalmeny, Jo Brayshaw, Brenda Haller, Cheryl Hakeney, Tim Hogarth, Simon Schneider, Stewart Hofgartner, David Ford, Ian Towning, Mike Melody, David Hakeney, Michael Hogben, Clive Attrell, Rob Bingham, Monty English, James Layte, Alistair Lamont, David Tupman, George Baldwin, Helen Gardiner, Anna Rennie and Corrie Jeffrey.
- 2006; Series 1: 40 episodes
- 2007; Series 2: 42 episodes and Celebrity Specials: 5 episodes
- 2008; Series 3: 48 episodes
- 2009; Series 4: 52 episodes
- 2010; Series 5: 48 episodes
- 2011; Series 6: 90 editions
RDF Media RDF Television West will make a future series of 90 episodes, each lasting an hour. This was later confirmed by ITV who, when they axed Dickinson's chat show in early 2010, announced that they are still committed to The Real Deal.
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