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Warner Bros. Discovery UK & Ireland has commissioned 40 hours worth of Auction House programming, including a new series of The Yorkshire Auction House, Celebrity Yorkshire Auction House, and spin-off series The Derbyshire Auction House for linear TV channel Really.

Craig Hunter, Creative Director of Factual at STV Studios, said: “We’re thrilled to be back in production with a new series of The Yorkshire Auction House and the popular celebrity version. It’s a much-loved format that holds great appeal for the Really audience, so the introduction of The Derbyshire Auction House, with Irita at the helm, is an exciting development for us and one we hope viewers will appreciate with equal enthusiasm.”

Also commissioned is The French Antiques River Cruise a new 8x60 series for Quest. The show will see antique dealer brothers Henry and Edward Vaughan set sail on an idyllic river cruise on the hunt for French treasures to take home to Stratford Upon Avon, where they’ll auction off for a profit.

The Bad Skin Clinic will see Dermatologist Dr Emma Craythorne once again transforming the lives of those suffering from debilitating skin conditions.

Fifth Gear will return to Quest for a brand new series later this year. Presented by Jason Plato, Vicki Butler-Henderson and Rory Reid, the new series will feature exclusive first drives of the latest models, fan-favourite items including high speed head-to-head track tests, second-hand heroes, iconic road trips and special guests.

Outback Opal Hunters is back for its eighth series with 20x60 episodes. With the teams facing unprecedented weather extremes, including record-breaking floods and heatwaves, the miners must evolve to hunt the most alluring of gems, as opal reserves hit a critical low. 

More details about all titles will be announced in due course.


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