Antiques Road Trip hit the television screen over a decade ago and makes a popular, leisurely watch during the late afternoon.
The BBC One show sees two expert antique dealers hit the road each episode to the hunt for treasures and competing to make the most money at auction.
The experts have five days to find and buy antiques and flog them in five auctions, and have fun along the way.
The much-loved series has attracted an impressive cast of presenters which includes Angus Ashworth.
The 36-year-old joined the show in 2019 and can usually be seen partnered up with Antiques Road Trip veteran, Steven Moore.
So let’s take a look at TV star Angus’ career so far.
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Angus’ rise to fame
Angus, originally from Yorkshire, has had a passion for antiques since he was a child.
Obsessed by military memorabilia, the antique expert would go to fairs and auctions at 12-years-old to search for as many powder flasks he could get his hands on.
At 16, he left school and worked at David Duggleby’s Auctioneers in the salesroom before progressing to a valuer and auctioneer.
However, only four years later Angus decided to switch up his career, turning his attention to a family business and signed up for the Territorial Army.
In 2005, he was called up to serve in Iraq as an infantry soldier before being re-called in 2009 to serve in Afghanistan.
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“When I came back from Afghanistan my dad said it was a shame that I couldn’t get back into auctioneering. I thought about running some from a village hall and then this site came up”, Angus told the Yorkshire Post in 2013.
“It was big and has car parking for 60 cars but I thought ‘why not?’”
Angus set up Ryedale Auctioneers in Kirkbymoorside, on the edge of the North York Moors, in 2010.
In 2013, he was chosen as the latest expert to join Cash in the Attic online – an offshoot of the popular BBC television series, and his showbiz career was born.
Is Angus married?
Angus is married to his wife Gemma Mawman and the couple share three children.
He sometimes shares photos of his family on his Instagram page.
You can keep up to date with Angus on Instagram here.
Antiques Road Trip airs on BBC One weekdays at 4.30pm