About the Show
People who believe they have a valuable artefact get a chance to sell it to some of the country's leading dealers. But, once they turn down an offer, there's no going back...
Series 4 Summary
Four Rooms returns for a fourth series, with more edge-of-the-seat deals being struck over head-turning collectables. Eight of Britain's top dealers await, but once an offer's turned down, that's it.
The dealers fight it out over a punchbag owned by Muhammad Ali, a Bee Gees guitar, some giant angel wings, a unique armchair, and a mysterious portrait painting with a six-figure price tag
Can a solid silver American football helmet, a Rolling Stones LP signed by Andy Warhol or a full-size replica Back to the Future car earn their owners big money?
Gordon Watson, Celia Sawyer, Alex Proud and David Sonnenthal play mind games over a retro arcade machine, and are enthralled by a rare collection of Tolkien first edition books
The dealers battle it out over a Cold War code breaking machine, some one-off photos of rock celebrity Pete Doherty's house and a sci-fi sculpture
Gordon Watson, Celia Sawyer, Alex Proud and David Sonnenthal fight it out over a pair of Muhammad Ali's boxing boots, and go head to head over some antique big cat taxidermy
Will any of the dealers be tempted by Andy Murray's tennis racket, a piece of Admiral Nelson's ship HMS Victory, artworks by Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon, or some cutting-edge jet furniture?
The dealers go head to head over Lord Lucan's pistol, Star Wars film set memorabilia, a stark photo of Damien Hirst's family, and one of the world's greatest magic tricks
The dealers make a play for a lock of Napoleon Bonaparte's hair, recycled haute couture worn by Dita Von Teese, an erotic chess set, and artworks that put a different spin on pop culture
The remarkable items on the table in this episode include an Elvis Presley photo album, Maurice Chevalier's grand piano, a haunting bronze skeleton and an artwork made in space