Car Booty

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Car Booty
Created byLeopard Films
Presented byLorne Spicer
Mark Franks
Paul Hayes
Composer(s)Kevin Leavy
Country of originUnited Kingdom
No. of series11
Running time30 / 45 minutes
Original networkBBC One
Picture formatPAL (576i, 16:9)
Original release2004 –

Car Booty is a British television programme shown on BBC One as part of their daytime schedule, and on Digital channel, Home, it was also repeated on Challenge TV for a brief period in February 2005.

The concept of the show is for a family or group who are in need of funds to sell items from around their home at a car boot sale, in order to raise the desired amount of money. There are times when there is an antique too good for the boot sale, so coverage of a family member taking an item to a specialist is often shown.

The show is presented by Lorne Spicer, who can also be seen on daytime show Money Spinners and recently on BBC's My Life For Sale, she is joined by valuer Mark Franks and from time to time Paul Hayes, who also presents the show by himself when Spicer is not available.

The show is made by Leopard Films, who also make Cash in the Attic.

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