Name Your Price (2)


David Dickinson


ITV Studios for ITV, 26 June 2017 to present


Teams decide whether to trust David Dickinson when he's talking about antiques.

The ITV Press Office gave this description in advance publicity:

Across three rounds, David Dickinson describes three objects, detailing their history and provenance. However, he is only telling the truth about one item, the valuable one, and the information about the other two items is completely false. Each pair of contestants decides which is the truly valuable item and which are "the Duke's deceptions".
The two couples with the highest scores go through to the semi-final, where they are shown five items and are then given five cash labels. After David has described each item, one member from each team has 30 seconds to match the object with its correct cash value.
Just one couple will make it through to the final round - the Duke's Bobby Dazzler - in which David describes two items, one of which is worth £5,000 and the other is 'cheap as chips', worth just £50. David also offers the contestants a cash sum so they can either choose to take a risk and win the cash value of an item or take the cash. Can they spot the truly valuable object or will they decide to take the cash in hand instead?

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