Britain's Best Boy Racer
1 Series, 6 Episodes
Film following a group of delivery trucks crisscrossing the country and beyond, competing to collect and drop off some of the most gob-smacking loads for Britain's eBay generation
Goods in this episode include sports cars and 300,000 live bees
A wrestling ring is driven from Essex to France, and a bee escapes
A Landrover and an armoured Humber truck need moving to Herefordshire
Rolf and Rachel abandon their sat-nav despite navigational difficulties, and the sports cars cause a stir in London
When all four loads have been completed, who will be crowned 'Transporter of the Week'?
Loads include a pair of Gruffalo sculptures worth £15,000 and a classic Canadian canoe
The transporters pick up extra goods including a musical instrument and some polo shirts
Stu and Jemma transport a 20 foot sail boat worth £4000 from Cornwall to Yorkshire
In France, disaster strikes for Shahbaz when his van starts making a strange noise
When all four loads have been completed, who will be crowned 'Transporter of the Week'?
Shahbaz wins the contract to transport a bronze statue worth £95,000 from Surrey to Hertfordshire. Stu and Jemma must ship five bespoke beach huts from Hampshire to Lancashire.
Russell wins the job of transporting 15 unique giraffe artworks to Colchester Zoo, but feels under pressure to get out of London in time to avoid a hefty Emission charge
Laurie wins the final load of the week: a steel horse sculpture worth £95,000 which needs to be moved 96 miles from Hampshire to the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show in London
Laurie boldly picks up a side load en route to the Chelsea Flower Show. It will boost her profit, but if anything goes wrong it could compromise her feedback...
With all four loads now complete, will it be Shahbaz, Stu and Jemma, Laurie, or Russell who is crowned Transporter of the Week?
Shahbaz wins the contract to ship a Piaggio Tuk Tuk worth £3000 from Dundee to Sevenoaks, while Raymond and Grant get the job of transporting two swan pedalo boats.
The transporters bid on three hovercraft worth £8000 to be moved from Warrington in Cheshire to Sandwich in Kent. Shahbaz picks up a retro gramophone as a side load.
The final load is a handcrafted Shepherds Hut worth £10,000 which needs moving just 40 miles. Russell wins the load - with a short distance to travel, what can go wrong?
Laurie hits some serious Friday night traffic on the M25, and Russell gets lost in the Welsh borders, turning what he thought was a simple journey into a nightmare
On board this time, in this extended episode version, is a pair of giant wooden Gruffalo statues, 300,000 live bees, and a 20-foot sailing boat
The items being trucked this time in this extended episode, include a pro-wrestling ring, a Piaggio Tuk Tuk, and two vintage military vehicles
The loads on the road this time are a classic Canadian canoe, some fragile art works, and a steel horse sculpture for the Chelsea Flower Show
The loads on the road this time are a pair of swan pedalo boats, three priceless racing cars and a shepherd's hut going from Shropshire to Wales
The loads this time are five bespoke beach huts, worth £50,000, 15 unique giraffe artworks and a bronze statue worth £95,000, being taken from Surrey to Hertfordshire
Russell must deliver a set of tropical trees from Gloucestershire, while Phil grapples with a large dragon statue
Horse-mad trucker Laurie must deliver a bespoke horse carriage 400 miles from West Sussex to an idyllic rural location in France
Dave and Jenny must deliver a collection of 19th-century stained glass windows 200 miles from Watford to West Yorkshire
Dave and Jenny take on a side load of a giant fish sculpture, while Laurie drops off in Normandy and comes clean about the damage
As Dave and Jenny deliver the giant fish to an expectant crowd, it's time to find out the winner of 'Transporter of the Week'
Part-time wrestler and van driver Phil wins the bid to transport six boxes of live crayfish while Shahbaz's load is two grand pianos worth thousands
Russell collects a motor rickshaw worth £10,000 to take from Axminster in Devon to Hamilton, Scotland
Father and son team Raymond and Grant transport four giant illuminated letters that spell LOVE from Southampton to Kirkcaldy. To boost their profit they also take on a side load.
Raymond and Grant collect a side load of live crabs headed for an aquarium in Ellesmere Port. And Russell stops off for a side load of theatre chairs.
With all four loads completed and delivered, which driver will win the prize as Transporter of the Week?
Jemma transports a classic kit car, while Phil 'The Man Van' transports a criminally light, supersize polystyrene padlock
Truckers Bev and Graham have three vintage caravans to transport while Phil heads for New Scotland Yard
Dave and Jenny, aka 'the loader and the loafer' need to transport a handcrafted rowing boat worth £750, and Bev and Graham arrive at their first Airstream drop off
With two loads delivered and two on the road, 'Transporter of the Week' is still up for grabs
Three loads have been delivered and just one is still on the road. Who will win the coveted prize as 'Transporter of the Week'?
Shahbaz transports a giant rat sculpture to the set of an indie movie in Bedford, while Laurie takes two converted shipping container homes from Newquay to Manchester
Dave and Jenny head from Leicester to Shrewsbury to deliver a giant aquarium, including a detour to pick up some aggressive tropical fish
Father and Son duo Raymond and Grant pick up an ice drinks luge for a boat party in Shrewsbury. In Solihull, Jenny and Dave collect their side load of rare tropical fish.
Raymond dons a bubble wrap outfit while Dave and Jenny look out for 'Malawi Bloat'
Raymond and Grant are up against the clock to deliver the ice boat on time. But who will be crowned 'Transporter of the Week'?
Stu and Jemma win the first load of the week, a giant dinosaur statue worth £10,000
Raymond and Grant transport a vintage car worth a whopping £27,000 almost 1000 miles from Livingston, Scotland to Plestin-les-Greves in France
Laurie is shipping an eight tonne army tank from Grantham to Bristol - if she can first get it inside her trailer
Laurie is still battling with the army tank as Raymond and Grant arrive in France with their precious load of a restored vintage car
All the loads have been delivered, but which trucker will win 'Transporter of the Week'?
Phil the 'Man Van' gets his pal 'Mad Dog' Kevin to help transport a batch of delicate fairytale cakes to Britain's biggest baking show
Veteran truckers Bev and Graham are moving a 1960s Soviet trolleybus from South Yorkshire to the Suffolk coast
Stu and Jemma agree to transport a collection of classic rally cars all the way to Spain, while Shahbaz wrestles with some odd-shaped vintage fairground props
It's war on the job for Bev and Graham as they hand deliver a fire pit in the middle of a massive paintball battle
Stu and Jemma reach Spain with the classic rally cars. Will they also be crowned Transporter of the Week?
Raymond and Grant transport a wooden bear weighing 500kg from County Durham to Banbury in Oxfordshire
Phil is moving a £26,000 angel statue 28 miles from London's Mayfair to Surrey
Russell takes on two fake bulls and eight horse costumes, heading for a bull run in Stamford. Bev and Graham come to the end of their 184 mile run to Llanelli.
Phil drops off a bomb from World War Two. Russell makes a controversial decision looking for somewhere to park in Southampton.
The race for 'Transporter of the Week' reaches its climax with Russell driving his big rig through the small Georgian streets of Stamford
Laurie kicks off the week shifting ten golf buggies 58 miles to Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire. Jemma loads two supersize drinks bar for a foodie festival in London.
Dave and Jenny set off on their first trip abroad together, moving a fragile Russian art collection from London to Amsterdam
Bev and Graham must deliver three vintage superhero vehicles worth £165,000 to a 1960s film festival on the Norfolk coast
Bev and Graham battle to load the three superhero vehicles on their trailer. Dave and Jenny are on the road to Amsterdam.
Bev and Graham are the final drivers to deliver. But who will be crowned Transporter of the Week?
Shahbaz moves a bronze statue from a sculpture park in Surrey to Hatfield House in Hertfordshire
Russell agrees to transport 15 unique giraffe art works for a charity auction at no charge. Stu and Jemma drive their bespoke beach huts down a tricky forest road.
Laurie takes on a steel horse sculpture worth £95,000, to deliver from Hampshire to the Chelsea Flower Show
Laurie takes on a side load of an immaculate, bright yellow kit car, while Russell delivers the giraffes to Colchester
Laurie gets stuck in London traffic on her way to the Chelsea Flower show. But who will be crowned Transporter of the Week?