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Dickinson's Real Deal

Dickinson's Real Deal
Presented by David Dickinson
Narrated by Claire Harman
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 10 (as of 2014)
No. of episodes 608 (inc. series 10)
Production
Running time 30–60 mins
(including adverts)
Production company(s) RDF Media
RDF Television West
Release
Original channel ITV, STV, UTV
Picture format 576i 16:9 (SDTV)
(2006–12)
1080i 16:9 (HDTV)
(2012–present)
Audio format Stereo
(2006-12)
Dolby Digital 5.1
(2012–present)
Original release 6 November 2006 (2006-11-06) – present
Chronology
Related shows Real Deal
Antiques Roadshow
Secret Dealers
Flog It!

Dickinson's Real Deal is a UK modern antiques and collectables television programme presented by David Dickinson. It is broadcast on ITV as part of the afternoon schedule, and is repeated on sister channel ITV3.

A US version of the show, produced by Zodiak USA and titled simply Real Deal, was aired for one series on the History channel. The format was the same except that the US show lacked the on-screen host for intervention on the deals.[1]

Contents

  • Format 1
    • The dealers 1.1
  • Series guide 2
    • Transmissions 2.1
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Format

The shows are recorded at UK venues to which members of the public are invited to bring their antiques and collectables. Independent valuers estimate the value of these items.

The items are then passed to the dealers, who make their own valuation and try to purchase them by placing a cash offer on the table. David Dickinson may step in and give some advice and this valuers' estimations are revealed to the owner, the television audience and the dealer. The dealer's offer may be adjusted.

The seller then decides whether to accept or decline what the dealer has offered. If the deal is declined items go to auction.

The dealers

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, Ian Towning, Mike Melody, David Hakeney,

External links

  1. ^ Anderson, Kelly (2 November 2011). "Zodiak USA’s "Real Deal" comes to History". Real Screen. Retrieved 2 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "Zodiak Rights Dickinson's Real Deal - Series 8". .zodiakrights.com. 
  3. ^ "Dickinson's Real Deal". BFI. 
  4. ^ "Dickinson's Real Deal". RadioTimes. 

References

On 21 December 2012 and 20 December 2013 special editions were aired as part of ITV's Text Santa appeal.

Series Start date End date Episodes
1 6 November 2006 12 January 2007 44
2 9 July 2007 10 August 2007 25
3 14 January 2008[3] 1 February 2008 48
4 19 May 2008 7 November 2008 52
5 2 November 2009 19 November 2010 68
6 16 May 2011 2 September 2011 48
7 5 September 2011 14 October 2011 30
8 21 November 2011 6 July 2012 123
9 1 July 2013[4] Late 2013 90
10 2013 2014 80

Transmissions

  • Series 1: 40 x 60'
  • Series 2: 42 x 60'
  • Series 3: 48 x 60'
  • Series 4: 52 x 60'
  • Series 5: 75 x 60'
  • Series 6: 90 x 60’
  • Series 7: 80 x 60'+ 10 x 60' revisits (HD)
  • Series 8: 80 x 60'+ 10 x 60' revisits (HD)
  • Series 9: 80 x 60'+ 10 x 60' revisits
  • Series 10: 80 x 60' + 10 x 60' revisits
  • Series 11: 80 x 60' + 10 x 60' revisits

Series 10 was filmed around the country throughout 2013. The following info is according to Zodiak Media, the producers of the show.[2]

Series guide
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