Flog It! Episode Guide

Episode Guide

Flog It!: Season 12

  • Season 12 Episode 57: Essex 57

    Paul Martín and the team visit Layer Marney Tower in rural Essex, where antiques experts Elizabeth Talbot and Philip Serrell examine items brought in by members of the public, including an intriguing picture by a troubled artist. Paul also visits the home of the British oyster industry and gets hands-on with a conservation project

  • Season 12 Episode 56: Sheffield 14

    Antiques experts James Lewis and Anita Manning peruse items brought in by members of the public at Sheffield's Cutlers Hall. Among the treasures on display include a rare set of lead toys and an unusual selection of ceremic dogs. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín meets the only person in the country still making surgical steel instruments by hand

  • Season 12 Episode 55: Wiltshire 55

    Paul Martín and the team value antiques in Longleat, Wiltshire, where experts Claire Rawle and Michael Baggott pick out a selection of interesting collectibles to be sold at auction, including an amethyst and pearl brooch and an autograph album featuring a set of Beatles' signatures - but their authenticity keeps the experts guessing. The presenter also uncovers the hidden architectural gems of one of Wiltshire's most famous sons, Christopher Wren, during a trip to London

  • Season 12 Episode 50: Derbyshire 8

    Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Caroline Hawley inspect an Oriental carving and a model of a Second World War V1 bomb brought in by members of the public looking to make a sale at Derbyshire's Haddon Hall. Plus, presenter Paul Martín explores the history of the Peak District National Park

  • Season 12 Episode 47: Newcastle 47

    Paul Martín and the team value antiques at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle. Experts Anita Manning and Adam Partridge examine hundreds of collectibles brought along by members of the public, and Paul learns about the river Tyne's last shipbuilders whose lives revolved around an industry that came to an abrupt end in the 20th century

  • Season 12 Episode 41: Leicestershire 41

    The team heads to De Montfort Hall in Leicester, where antiques experts Catherine Southon and Claire Rawle search the queue for the best collectibles to take to auction. Presenter Paul Martín delves into the city's past as he explores the story behind the arrival of the Asian-Ugandan population in the area

  • Season 12 Episode 23: Guildford 23

    Antiques experts James Lewis and Mark Stacey value antiques at Guildford Cathedral, including an unusual piece of modern art and a Lalique vase. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín looks at the role music has played at the church, and tries his hand at bell ringing

  • Season 12 Episode 22: Coventry

    Experts Will Axon and Michael Baggot are at Coventry Cathedral, where they value items brought in by members of the public. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín explores the truth behind the city's legend of Lady Godiva

  • Season 12 Episode 21: Sheffield 13

    The team values antiques in Sheffield, where Anita Manning examines a set of unusual medals, James Lewis spots a Chinese wooden frame and host Paul Martín is enamoured with a Staffordshire ceramic. Plus, the presenter tells the story of Victorian art critic John Ruskin and how he influenced the city

  • Season 12 Episode 18: Oxford 18

    Paul Martín presents from the Oxford Union, often considered the most famous UK debating chamber outside of Westminster, where he is joined by experts Will Axon and Mark Stacey to pick out a selection of interesting antiques and collectables to be sold at the local auction house. Will gets a little light refreshment when he comes across some 18th-century picnic bottles, while Mark discovers a unique collection of children's toys. Auctioneer Thomas Plant also reveals his insider tip on how to spot a diamond, and Paul spends the day on the water with the Oxford crew as they whittle down their team for the University Boat Race

  • Season 12 Episode 17: Blackpool 1

    Paul Martín and the team value antiques at Blackpool Tower Circus, where expert James Lewis discovers terracotta tomb figures that could be more than 1,000 years old. Plus, Anita Manning examines a collection of seaside postcards, and Paul explores the Morecambe Winter Gardens - one of Lancashire's most famous theatres

  • Season 12 Episode 16: Suffolk 40

    Presenter Paul Martín and antiques experts Adam Partridge and Philip Serrell visit Ickworth House, a classical mansion near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. They pick out a selection of interesting collectibles to be sold at auction, including an East India Company medal and a vintage bathing costume. Paul also visits the Tate Britain in London to study the paintings of John Constable

  • Season 12 Episode 15: Manchester 33

    The team visits Manchester, where Caroline Hawley inspects an autograph from a rock 'n' roll legend, and Anita Manning values a concertina. Elsewhere, presenter Paul Martín learns about the city's musical heritage, from the Halle Orchestra to New Order and Oasis

  • Season 12 Episode 14: Somerset 28

    Thomas Plant and Charlie Ross evaluate the public's antiques at the Fleet Air Arm Museum, situated on the Navy's largest aviation base, HMS Heron in Somerset. A surprise discovery by the venue's director pushes the value up on one item, while presenter Paul Martín meets curator Dave Morris, whose pioneering way of working is bringing the exhibits to life in a way never previously imagined

  • Season 12 Episode 13: Sheffield 15

    Paul Martín and the team value antiques in Sheffield, where experts Thomas Plant and James Lewis have their work cut out for them. A set of watercolours of the city appeals to Thomas, while James finds a Victorian automaton that causes a stir at auction. Plus, Paul takes time out to explore the story of the Great Exhibition of 1851

  • Season 12 Episode 12: Guildford 24

    The team values antiques at Guildford Cathedral, Surrey, where James Lewis discovers a brass figure that could be six centuries old, and Catherine Southon examines a pocket watch with a difference. Paul Martín takes time out to look at the world's first motor-racing track, and goes for a spin in a 1930s sports car

  • Season 12 Episode 11: Derbyshire 10

    Michael Baggott and Adam Partridge inspect a collection of medals and a pewter bowl brought in by members of the public looking to make a sale at Derbyshire's Haddon Hall. Plus, presenter Paul Martín takes a look at 20th-century British art depicting conflicts at the Imperial War Museum

  • Season 12 Episode 10: Oxford 20

    Antiques experts Will Axon and Mark Stacey visit the Oxford Union to admire another selection of the public's personal treasures, including a First World War bayonet. Plus, presenter Paul Martín charts the birth of rock 'n' roll through the work of music photographer Harry Hammond

  • Season 12 Episode 9: Blackpool

    Paul Martín and the team value antiques at Blackpool Tower Circus, where expert James Lewis discovers a glass bowl that was bought at a car-boot sale. Plus, Anita Manning gives her opinion on a diamond and pearl necklace, and Paul investigates the historical use of warhorses

  • Season 12 Episode 8: Suffolk 36

    Presenter Paul Martín and antiques experts Adam Partridge and Philip Serrell visit Ickworth House, a classical mansion near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. The team picks out a selection of interesting collectibles to be sold at auction, including an arts and crafts muffin dish and an album of glamorous dress designs from the 1940s

  • Season 12 Episode 7: Manchester 31

    The team visits Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry, where Caroline Hawley and Michael Baggott hunt for the best antiques to take to auction. Elsewhere, presenter Paul Martín explores the city's archive films and reads the first ever edition of the Guardian newspaper

  • Season 12 Episode 6: Somerset 26

    Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Thomas Plant peruse a selection of locals' potentially valuable items on a visit to the Fleet Air Arm Museum at HMS Heron in Yeovilton, Somerset. Meanwhile, host Paul Martín learns about one of Europe's largest helicopter squadrons, before taking to the skies himself

  • Season 12 Episode 5: Sheffield 12

    Paul Martín leads a team of antiques experts, including Thomas Plant and James Lewis, as they appraise interesting and valuable items to take to auction in Sheffield. Among the finds brought in by members of the public are a tortoiseshell locket, a Georgian tankard and a disconcerting electrotherapy kit. Paul also meets two women who were recently awarded honours for keeping the city's steel mills running during the Second World War

  • Season 12 Episode 4: Guildford 22

    The team values antiques at Guildford Cathedral, Surrey, where Mark Stacey examines a large Moorcroft bowl and Catherine Southon looks at a wooden snuff holder that is shaped like a shoe. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits Weald and Downland Open Air Museum, where they preserve entire buildings from the local area for future generations, and he gets a hands-on taste of the restoration process

  • Season 12 Episode 3: Derbyshire 6

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Michael Baggott and Caroline Hawley on a visit to Haddon Hall in Derbyshire, were the team picks out a selection of interesting antiques and collectibles to be sold at a local auction. Michael finds an impressive scent bottle, and Caroline gets a glimpse into the past by looking through a stereoscopic viewer. Paul also looks around the property, and meets up with the current owner, Lord Edward Manners

  • Season 12 Episode 2: Oxford 16

    Paul Martín and experts Christina Trevanion and Will Axon travel to the Oxford Union, where they pick out antiques and collectibles to be sold at a local auction - including an autograph book and some etchings by a famous artist. Plus, the presenter goes behind the scenes at the venue, to discover which famous faces debated in the chamber

  • Season 12 Episode 1: Blackpool 3

    Return of the show in which people are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction. In the first edition, antiques experts Anita Manning and James Lewis visit Blackpool Tower Circus, where an African tribal mask, a Clarice Cliff tea seat and a Doulton figure may cause surprises in the saleroom. Plus, presenter Paul Martín explores the spooky side of Lancashire by investigating the story of the Pendle witch trial

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Flog It!: Other Episodes

  • Plymouth 15

    Paul Martin presents the show from Plymouth, inviting people to try to make money by selling their antiques at auction. Experts David Barby and Jethro Marles are on hand with advice, and Paul looks into the origins of the traditional cream tea

  • Poole

    Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross head to Poole in Dorset on the hunt for hidden treasures brought in by members of the public, while presenter Paul Martín learns about the history of Poole Pottery

  • Plymouth 14

    Experts David Barby and Jethro Marles help people in Plymouth make a profit by selling their prized possessions at auction, while Paul Martin takes a look around the famous art deco hotel on Burgh Island

  • Poole

    Experts Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross head to Poole, Dorset, on the hunt for hidden treasures brought in by members of the public. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín visits a house full of retro Americana

  • Plymouth 13

    Paul Martin meets people in Plymouth eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction and pays a visit to Saltram House to take a look at the work of Robert Adam. Joining the antiques dealer are experts David Barby and Jethro Marles

  • Plymouth 13

    Paul Martín meets people in Plymouth eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction and pays a visit to Saltram House to take a look at the work of designer Robert Adam. Joining the antiques dealer are experts David Barby and Jethro Marles

  • Plymouth

    Paul Martin travels to the Guildhall in Plymouth to meet people eager to earn money selling their valuables at auction. Experts Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey are on hand to value the antiques, and there's also a look at Scouting memorabilia

  • Portsmouth 5

    James Lewis and Anita Manning look for intriguing antiques in Portsmouth, while Paul Martin views the city from the Spinnaker tower and examines some exquisite miniature furniture

  • Preston

    David Fletcher and James Lewis search for collectibles at St John's Minster in Preston, Lancashire, valuing items including photographic ceramic tiles made by Poole pottery. Paul Martín also visits Leighton Hall, home to the Gillow furniture-making family

  • Preston

    James Lewis and David Fletcher value antiques at Preston in Lancashire, including a piece by Clarice Cliff and a clock, while presenter Paul Martín receives a cooking lesson and learns more about the county's food heritage

  • Preston

    David Fletcher and James Lewis evaluate antiques and collectibles at St John's Minster in Preston, finding ceramic tiles made by Poole pottery and a large watch that proves more valuable than expected. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits Leighton Hall in Lancashire, home of the Gillow furniture-making family

  • Portsmouth 4

    Anita Manning and James Lewis cast their eyes over treasures brought in by the people of Portsmouth, hoping to come across something nautical to take to the auction in Chichester. Paul Martín meets pop artist Peter Blake, and looks at some of his early work

  • Portsmouth

    The team heads to the HMS Warrior in Portsmouth, where antiques experts Michael Baggott and Will Axon examine items of all shapes and sizes, and one woman is amazed by the results at the auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín travels to Lee-on-the-Solent, where he witnesses coastguard workers in action

  • Portsmouth 3

    Anita Manning and James Lewis cast their eyes over treasures brought in by the people of Portsmouth, Hampshire, hoping to come across something nautical to take to auction in Chichester, Sussex. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits a museum to examine a large collection of Arthur Conan Doyle memorabilia

  • Poole 26

    The team head to Poole, where experts Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross offer their advice on the public's antiques, before they go up for auction. Paul Martín learns about the coastal town's popular Poole Pirates speedway team

  • Oxford

    Tracy Martin and Charlie Ross examine a Zulu shield and spear and an Arts and Crafts candlestick at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford. Paul Martín admires the city's old gargoyles and meets the makers of modern stone creations

  • Oxford 28

    Charlie Ross and Tracy Martin value items at Oxford University's Sheldonian Theatre, including a Rolex watch and an unwanted inkwell. Paul Martin hears the story behind a book that took 70 years to complete - the Oxford English Dictionary

  • Oxford 29

    Experts Charlie Ross and Tracy Martin visit Oxford's Sheldonian Theatre to examine a selection of antiques, including a Chinese snuff bottle and a miniature grandfather clock. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín heads for the university's faculty of music to examine the instruments in the Bate Collection

  • Oxford 2

    Experts Mark Stacey and Will Axon travel to Oxford to meet people eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction. Plus, presenter Paul Martín delves into the mysterious world of tarot cards

  • Oxford 19

    Paul Martín presents from the Oxford Union, widely considered the most famous UK debating chamber outside of Westminster. Antiques experts Mark Stacey and Christina Trevanion value items brought in by members of the public, including a William Moorcroft vase and Alice in Wonderland slides, while auctioneer Thomas Plant reveals his insider tip on pearls. Plus, Paul delves into the world of lost lidos to see if they can be saved for future generations

  • Preston 46

    David Fletcher and James Lewis examine people's collectibles in Preston, Lancashire, including Art Deco ceramics and a valuable clock, while Paul Martín learns about the local food heritage and gets a cooking lesson

  • Oxford

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Mark Stacey and Will Axon as he travels to Oxford to meet people eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction. The presenter also learns what secrets are hidden behind the walls of Oxford Castle

  • Oxford 9

    Tracy Martin and Charlie Ross examine a Zulu shield and spear and an arts and crafts candlestick at the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford. Paul Martín admires the city's old gargoyles and meets the makers of modern stone creations

  • Paisley 18

    Experts Adam Partridge and Philip Serrell help members of the public make money at auction in Paisley Town Hall, Renfrewshire, where valuable finds include an unusual children's hand muff and a 1905 vanity camera. Presenter Paul Martín ventures to nearby Glasgow to learn the tango

  • Peterborough

    Philip Serrell and Charlie Ross are at Peterborough Cathedral, where they value three 19th-century spoons and a Lalique clock. Presenter Paul Martín visits Prebendal Manor, one of the earliest surviving dwellings in England

  • Peterborough 25

    Paul Martin is joined by Philip Serrill and Charlie Ross to cast their expert eye over items brought in to Peterborough Cathedral by the public, including a Georgian chair and a Cantonese fan. Plus, Paul heads out in to the countryside to shed light on a forgotten 18th-century literary talent, Northamptonshire's Peasant Poet

  • Penzance 31

    Jethro Marles and Philip Serrell travel to Penzance to examine a range of items going up for auction, while Paul Martín heads off to see what is being crafted at the Newlyn Copper Works

  • Penzance 30

    Philip Serrell and Jethro Marles offer their antiques expertise to the people of Penzance, Cornwall. Paul Martin watches as items ranging from Troika to Georg Jensen jewellery go under the hammer, and discovers how the Tate St Ives was born

  • Paisley & Plymouth

    Antique hunters in Paisley, Renfrewshire, hope a Monart case and a bronze will cause competition in the saleroom, while contestants in Plymouth count on some naval memorabilia to bring home a profit. Presented by Paul Martín

  • Penzance 29

    Paul Martin returns to his native Cornwall, where he is joined by experts Jethro Marles and Phillip Searle to examine a range of items going up for auction. The presenter also visits the National Seal Sanctuary to discover how abandoned pups are rehabilitated back into the wild

  • Peterborough 27

    At a valuation day in Peterborough Cathedral, Phillip Serrell is enthusiastic about a Moorcroft vase and Charlie Ross only takes an interest in an assortment of watches after they grab the bidders' attention at auction. Plus, Paul Martín goes for a tour round the Georgian town of Stamford, Lincolnshire

  • Sheffield 15

    Paul Martín travels to Sheffield, where he meets people eager to make a profit selling their valuables. He also visits Cutlers Hall to learn more about knife-maker's marks and inspect a selection of impressive silver pieces. With expert advice from Michael Baggott and Philip Serrell

  • Skegness 30

    Antiques experts David Barby and Elizabeth Talbot join Paul Martín in Skegness, Lincolnshire, to value items including a painting bought at a bargain price and a Victorian brooch, before they go up for auction in Grantham. Paul also explores the tradition of offering donkey rides on the beach and meets Chris Epton, whose family has been in the business since the 1940s

  • Solihull

    Experts James Lewis and Will Axon examine antiques brought into the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull by members of the public. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits Rugby School to learn more about World War One poets

  • Skegness 29

    Paul Martín and the team scour for antiques in Skegness, valuing items including a Windsor chair with rustic charm, a collection of ethnic jewellery featuring a gold snake bangle, and a tortoiseshell vanity mirror inlaid with silver. Paul also meets Steve Nichols, who runs the National Parrot Sanctuary

  • Skegness 28

    Experts David Barby and Elizabeth Talbot value family heirlooms in Skegness, where they discover interesting postcards, an impressive piece of Troika and a sought-after pair of vases to take to the auction house in Grantham. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín visits the first Butlins holiday camp and meets a Redcoat

  • Shropshire

    Paul Martín, David Barby and Michael Baggot value items at Weston Park, an estate on the borders of Shropshire and Staffordshire, including a corkscrew, a typewriter and a First World War telescope. Presenter Paul Martín meets Nick Molyneux from English heritage in the grounds, which is rich in listed buildings and monuments

  • Shropshire

    The team visits Weston Park on the borders of Shropshire and Staffordshire. Claire Rawle finds a collection of First and Second World War memorabilia including a cigarette case that saved a life, and Michael Baggott unearths a piece of ceramics entrenched in social history relating to gender equality

  • Solihull 35

    Experts James Lewis and Will Axon examine antiques brought by members of the public into the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull. Meanwhile, Paul Martín uncovers a story of true romance at Kenilworth Castle

  • Solihull 36

    Antiques experts Will Axon and James Lewis help people make a profit at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull and Paul Martin takes a walk around a handmade-bicycle factory in Stratford

  • St Albans

    Antique experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss examine collectibles in St Albans, Hertfordshire, and presenter Paul Martín finds out about the origin of the city's name during a visit to the cathedral

  • St Albans

    Antique experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss examine collectibles in St Albans, Hertfordshire, and presenter Paul Martín visits the Natural History Museum in Tring founded by the second Baron Rothschild

  • Southend 2

    Will Axon and Thomas Plant help teams locate interesting items in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, including an original Louis Wain picture, a Waterloo bowl and a 19th-century skeleton clock. Paul Martín meets the son of a local man who helped popularise trampolining in the 1950s, and two Olympic hopefuls demonstrate the sport

  • Southend 18

    Paul Martín and antiques experts Will Axon and Thomas Plant visit a boys' school in Southend, Essex, where valuable finds include a decanter set, a trinket box and a teddy bear. Paul also heads to the Maldon Crystal Salt company to learn about their manufacturing process

  • Southend 1

    Will Axon and Thomas Plant value items in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, including a Delftware bowl and a lighter found abandoned in a drawer. Presenter Paul Martín heads to the local museum to view a collection of homeware, and gets an insight into the production process at the Maldon Salt Company

  • Southend 17

    Will Axon and Thomas Plant help teams locate interesting items in Southend-on-Sea, including an original Louis Wain picture, a Waterloo bowl and a 19th-century skeleton clock. Plus, Paul Martín meets the son of a local man who launched trampolining from Essex in the 1950s, and two Olympic hopefuls demonstrate the sport

  • Shropshire

    David Barby and Claire Rawle value more items at Weston Park in Shropshire, including a mysterious one-stringed musical instrument, a collection of spectacles connected to actor Norman Wisdom, and a diamond ring that turns out to be the day's big scoop. Presenter Paul Martín explores the history of the family who lived at the country house for more than 300 years

  • Shropshire

    David Barby and Michael Baggot value items at Weston Park, an estate on the borders of Shropshire and Staffordshire, including an oil painting of a mystery girl and a Chinese vase. Presenter Paul Martín visits The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, where he meets artist Louisa Taylor

  • Rochdale 19

    Anita Manning and Nigel Smith visit Rochdale, Greater Manchester, where they value items brought in by members of the public. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín pays homage to Gracie Fields, one of the foremost stars of stage and screen to come from the town

  • Rochdale 20

    The team visits Rochdale, Greater Manchester, with Anita Manning and Nigel Smith on hand to provide expert valuations, while presenter Paul Martin examines the origins of the Co-operative group

  • Richmond 38

    James Lewis and Adam Partridge are in Richmond, North Yorkshire, where valuable finds include a tea pot and a statuesque bronze figure. Paul Martin visits the town's Georgian theatre, one of the best preserved examples of its kind in the world

  • Richmond 37

    Adam Partridge and James Lewis value items in the North Yorkshire town of Richmond, including a gold pocket watch and a collection of pipes. Presenter Paul Martín also explores the process of making Wensleydale cheese

  • Richmond 17

    Adam Partridge and James Lewis visit Richmond in North Yorkshire, where valuable finds include prehistoric axe heads and a pair of Parisian opera glasses. Paul Martín also learns about horse training

  • Richmond 36

    A brooch and a 19th-century concertina are among the items examined by Adam Partridge and James Lewis in Richmond, North Yorkshire. Presenter Paul Martin visits Richmond Castle, one of the first stone-built castles in the country

  • Rochdale 21

    Anita Manning and Nigel Smith are on hand in Rochdale to provide expert valuations, while Paul Martin meets the mayor and inspects the town hall

  • Rochester 31

    Experts Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot help people sell antiques in Rochester, Kent. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín explores the area, taking a nautical trip back in time with a tour of Chatham's Historic Dockyard

  • Saltaire 59

    David Barby and Michael Baggot analyse items brought in by members of the public in Saltaire, West Yorkshire, including a set of sandwich markers and a 400-year-old gold coin. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits Temple Newsam, a 17th-century house near Leeds, to learn about efforts to restore it to its former glory

  • Saltaire 60

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Michael Baggot and David Barby in Saltaire, West Yorkshire. Four Lalique-style lightshades catch Michael's eye, and David finds a 19th-century clock. Paul indulges his passion for furniture design, discovering how difficult it is to authenticate a piece by Thomas Chippendale

  • Saltaire

    Michael Baggot and David Barby value collectibles in the village of Saltaire in West Yorkshire, including a colourful set of silver spoons and a gold bracelet. Presenter Paul Martín also visits the Hepworth museum in Wakefield

  • Saltaire

    The team heads to the village of Saltaire in West Yorkshire. Michael Baggott finds one of his favourite things, David Barby finds out if a tea service will make a profit at auction and Paul Martín visits a grade one listed building

  • Rochester 33

    Experts Phillip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot help people sell antiques in Rochester, Kent. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin explores the area where Charles Dickens once lived, before learning about bee-keeping

  • Saltaire

    David Barby and Michael Baggot value items in Saltaire, West Yorkshire, including a Moorcroft vase and an oversized silver knife and fork. Plus, Paul Martín visits Hardwick Castle to explore its history

  • Reading

    Paul Martín meets people in Reading, Berkshire, eager to make a profit selling their valuables at auction. He also visits potter Alan Caiger-Smith, who is celebrating 50 years at Aldermaston Pottery, and explores the role of design in domestic appliances at the Milestones Museum of Living History in Basingstoke, Hampshire

  • Leicestershire 42

    The team visits De Montfort Hall, Leicestershire, where experts Catherine Southon and Claire Rawle scour the displays for the best goods to take to auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín finds out how local radio was born in Leicester

  • London

    Thomas Plant and Catherine Southon value items at London Zoo in Regent's Park, while presenter Paul Martín visits the Victoria and Albert Museum in Kensington, to discover its fascinating history and explore the new architecture gallery

  • London Zoo

    Will Axon and Catherine Southon visit London Zoo, where items brought along for valuation include a rare Arsenal football programme from a mid-war friendly match and a collection of cruise-liner souvenirs. Plus, Paul Martín heads to nearby Eel Pie Island in Twickenham to learn about its role as a cult music venue in the 1960s

  • London

    Will Axon and Thomas Plant value items at London Zoo in Regent's Park, including some unusual horse regalia and medals. Plus, presenter Paul Martín finds out there was more to Edward Lear than his poetry

  • London

    Catherine Southon and Will Axon value items at London Zoo in Regent's Park, including original sets of Chipperfield circus toys and racing green tin cars. Presenter Paul Martín visits Horace Walpole's gothic castle Strawberry Hill in nearby Twickenham

  • Llandudno

    Experts David Barby and Michael Baggott meet people in Llandudno, North Wales, and advise them on what the antiques they hope to sell at auction may be worth. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin speaks to a collector of blues guitars and a Swiss-trained chocolatier

  • London

    Will Axon and Thomas Plant value items at London Zoo in Regent's Park, including a Ducati camera, a painting by Walter Sickert's brother and a pair of Zulu spears. Presenter Paul Martín tours some of the site's listed buildings, such as the Lubetkin penguin pool and Casson elephant house

  • Loughborough

    Paul Martín visits Loughborough Town Hall, Leicestershire, and discovers the area's link with the popular Ladybird books, while experts Elizabeth Talbot and Adam Partridge uncover valuable items including a concertina, an unusual statue and a chocolate cup

  • Loughborough

    The team visits Loughborough, Leicestershire, where experts Elizabeth Talbot and Adam Partridge's finds include a pair of Whitefriars glass vases, a Shelley tea set and a Moorcroft vase. Paul Martín discovers how local bible salesman Thomas Cook organised one of the first package holidays, and navigates his way up the famous Foxton Locks near Market Harborough

  • Luton 9

    Experts Anita Manning and Mark Stacey offer advice on selling antiques to people in Luton, while Paul Martin visits a local milliner who still works in the traditional hat industry

  • Malvern

    Experts Kate Bateman and Adam Partridge value items in the spa town of Malvern, Worcestershire, including a set of playing cards and a bronze statue. Presenter Paul Martín also takes time out to visit Whitley Court, the huge ruins of a former stately home

  • Luton 8

    Paul Martin travels to Luton to learn about the history of Vauxhall motors, and experts Anita Manning and Mark Stacey help locals make money out of their antiques by taking risks at auction

  • Luton 7

    Paul Martín meets people in Luton who are eager to earn money selling their valuables at auction, with Anita Manning and Mark Stacey on hand to estimate the value of each object and give expert advice. He also visits Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, to learn about the Enigma machine and the work of codebreakers there during the Second World War

  • Loughborough

    Elizabeth Talbot and Adam Partridge value antiques at Loughborough Town Hall, Leicestershire, with items including a piece of sheet music signed by Glenn Miller and a large Clarice Cliff tea set. Presenter Paul Martin visits the Foxton Locks near Market Harborough, where he follows the route taken by 19th-century canal boats

  • Luton

    Antiques experts Anita Manning and Mark Stacey help people make a profit at auction in Luton, while Paul Martin learns about the history of Vauxhall Motors

  • Llandudno

    Experts David Barby and Michael Baggott meet people in Llandudno, North Wales, hoping to sell their antiques at auction and advise them on what their items may be worth. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin tries his hand at fly-fishing and sheepdog handling

  • Liverpool

    Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bateman value antiques in Liverpool, where items include a large Doulton jardiniere pot. Presenter Paul Martín visits Albert Dock and reveals its fascinating history

  • Lincolnshire 48

    The team visits Normanby Hall in Lincolnshire, where experts Michael Baggott and Caroline Hawley value items brought in by the public, including traditional Troika and tribal artefacts, one of which brings a surprise for the owners at auction. Presenter Paul Martín returns to the city of Lincoln to visit the cathedral, and gets a unique look at a stained-glass window

  • Lissanoure Castle

    Will Axon and Catherine Southon explore the antiques on show at Lissanoure Castle in Co Antrim, Northern Ireland, while presenter Paul Martin learns about the mythological history of the Giant's Causeway

  • Lincolnshire 47

    Paul Martín and the team search for valuable finds in Lincolnshire, joined by experts Michael Baggott and Caroline Hawley. An unusual watercolour and handmade brass aeroplanes are among the items of interest. Plus, Paul meets members of a family whose museum commemorates the role of Bomber Command in the Second World War, and is home to an Avro Lancaster

  • Lincolnshire 45

    Michael Baggott and Caroline Hawley are at Normanby Hall in North Lincolnshire to value antiques belonging to members of the public, before the treasures - which include a pair of pistols - are sold at auction. Plus, presenter Paul Martín takes a trip along the Humber to discover the river's rich transport heritage

  • Leicester 37

    Experts Charlie Ross and Adam Partridge hunt out antiques in Leicester, where some interesting paintings are among the items brought in to be valued. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits the world's largest bell foundry

  • St Albans

    Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss scour St Albans for valuable antiques, while Paul Martin discovers the history of a health farm at a nearby spa resort

  • Lissanoure Castle

    The team travels to Lissanoure Castle in Co Antrim to assess objects brought in by the public. Catherine Southon discovers Belleek pottery and Will Axon deals with sovereigns, while presenter Paul Martin receives a lesson in penmanship at the Causeway School Museum

  • Lissanoure Castle 19

    Paul Martín and the team value antiques at Lissanoure Castle, Co Antrim, where Will Axon finds an unusual compact. Meanwhile, Paul explores the myths and legends surrounding the Giant's Causeway

  • Liverpool

    Antiques experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bateman value items in Liverpool, including a large Doulton jardiniere pot. Presenter Paul Martin visits Albert Dock and reveals its fascinating history

  • Liverpool

    The team visits St George's Hall in Liverpool, where experts Kate Bateman and Mark Stacey pick out choice antiques including an unusually shaped scent bottle and a tiny watch seal. Meanwhile, Paul Martín goes behind the scenes at one of Britain's newest museums

  • Liverpool

    Presenter Paul Martín and the antiques experts visit Liverpool to examine its rich musical heritage, taking in everything from classical performers to legendary pop foursome the Beatles

  • Liverpool

    Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bateman value antiques at St George's Hall in Liverpool, where items include a Julia Carter Preston plate. Presenter Paul Martín visits a factory that has been producing musical organs since 1845

  • Lissanoure Castle 45

    The team travels to Lissanoure Castle in Co Antrim to assess objects that will later be put at auction in Ballycastle. Catherine Southon finds a couple of Moorcroft pieces, while Will Axon values an interesting chess board

  • Lissanoure Castle 46

    Experts Will Axon and Catherine Southon value items at Lissanoure Castle in Antrim, including a painting by Irish artist Jimmy Bingham and some unusual Delft tiles. Paul Martín is pleased to find a pair of Queen Anne chairs, and takes time out to visit a whiskey distillery

  • Malvern

    Experts Kate Bateman and Adam Partridge value items in the spa town of Malvern, Worcestershire, including a stereoscope and a painting by renowned artist Robert Lenkiewicz. Presenter Paul Martín also takes time out to discover how the town owes its fortunes to the spring water that comes from the nearby Malvern Hills

  • Malvern

    Kate Bateman and Adam Partridge value items in the spa town of Malvern, Worcestershire, including a wooden top toy and old coins that could be worth thousands of pounds. Presenter Paul Martín meets a local man who has been making violins for 40 years and tries his hand at woodwork

  • Newmarket

    Antiques dealer Paul Martín meets people from Newmarket eager to earn easy money selling their treasures at auction. With experts Kate Alcock and James Braxton

  • Northampton

    Paul Martín meets people in Northampton eager to make a profit selling their valuables, and crosses the border to Market Harborough in Leicestershire to learn about the foundations of the corset industry. Mark Stacey and James Lewis are on hand to provide expert advice

  • Newcastle 48

    Members of the public bring their antiques and collectibles along to Europe's largest naval aviation museum in Newcastle upon Tyne, where experts Anita Manning and Nick Davies share their knowledge of what everything is worth. Plus, Paul Martín finds our what the people of Tyneside make of Antony Gormley's Angel of the North sculpture

  • Newcastle 29

    The teams search for bargains in Newcastle, helped by experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss, before heading to Bolden to auction their items. Meanwhile, Paul Martín meets artist Norman Cornish to ask about his former life as a miner

  • Newcastle

    Anita Manning and Kate Bliss search for bargains among items brought in by the public in Newcastle, before finding out how the most valuable pieces perform at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín takes the chance to visit Whitburn, home of the world's first lighthouse powered by electricity

  • Newcastle

    The teams search for bargains in Newcastle, helped by experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss, before heading to Bolden to auction their items. Meanwhile, Paul Martín learns about the recent history of the Tyne quayside

  • Northampton 6

    Mark Stacey and James Lewis help individuals make money selling their antiques at auction in Northampton, while presenter Paul Martín discovers how footwear company Crockett & Jones fashion their boots and shoes

  • Norwich

    Experts Philip Serrell and Mark Stacey travel to Norwich to value antiques belonging to members of the public. Meanwhile, Paul Martin learns how horses are rescued and rehomed by Redwings Horse Sanctuary

  • Oldham 7

    Antiques experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss search for valuable collectibles in Oldham, Greater Manchester, while presenter Paul Martín visits a court

  • Oldham 8

    Experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss help individuals to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction in Oldham, Greater Manchester, while presenter Paul Martín finds time to slip away for a curry

  • Oldham

    Experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss help people make a profit in Oldham, Greater Manchester, while Paul Martín learns about the ancient tradition of clog-making

  • Nottingham 9

    Experts Adam Partridge and Philip Serrell get to work valuing the antiques and collectibles belonging to Nottingham residents, while Paul Martín visits a magnificent example of Victorian engineering

  • Norwich 13

    The team head to Norwich, where they meet people eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction, with the help of experts Philip Serrell and Mark Stacey. Paul Martín also takes time out to learn about the art of reed cutting on the Norfolk Broads

  • Nottingham 10

    The team visit Nottingham, where experts Philip Serrell and Adam Partridge take a look at items brought in by members of the public. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín looks back to the days of the workhouse

  • Nantwich 2

    The team heads to Nantwich, Cheshire, where items of interest include pottery and Aboriginal art. Inspired by the findings, Paul Martín takes a guided tour of the Moorcroft factory, and explores Biddulph Grange Garden in nearby Staffordshire

  • Nantwich

    The team visits Nantwich in Cheshire, where experts Kate Bliss and Will Axon pick out choice antiques including two toy cars, a Hornby train set and an unusual 18th-century match holder. Paul Martín travels to the nearby town of Knutsford to find out how author Elizabeth Gaskell's life there influenced her novels

  • Milton Keynes

    Kate Bateman and Anita Manning head for Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire, where they discover how much a pair of canvases, and a piece of furniture are worth at auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits the suburbs to discover a community seeking to become pioneers of eco-friendly style

  • Milton Keynes

    Experts Anita Manning and Kate Bateman value items in Milton Keynes, including a mourning locket and an art deco ring. Presenter Paul Martín also visits a local museum celebrating the life and work of children's writer Roald Dahl and talks to a group of youngsters

  • Melksham 4

    A collection of gold sovereigns and some 18th-century bottles that discovered at the bottom of a canal are among the items the team discovers in Melksham, Wiltshire. Plus, Paul Martín fulfills a lifelong dream by spending a day on a horse-drawn dray delivering beer to local hostelries

  • Melksham

    The team heads for Melksham in the heart of rural Wiltshire, where Philip Serrell comes across a rare piece of Worcester porcelain. Meanwhile, David Barby locates an early pottery watch stand, and Paul Martín meets an artist trying to capture the character of the local landscape on canvas

  • Manchester 34

    Paul Martín and the team visit Manchester, where antiques experts Caroline Hawley and Anita Manning examine items brought in by members of the public, including an autograph by a well-known person and a concertina. Meanwhile, the presenter explores the city's musical history from the Halle Orchestra to Happy Mondays

  • Melksham

    In Melksham, Wiltshire, Philip Serrell and David Barby examine a signed cricket bat, an unusual picture, and a walking stick decorated with Masonic ciphers. Plus, Paul Martín visits a local stately home with a mystery to reveal

  • Milton Keynes 20

    Experts Anita Manning and Kate Batemanhelp hunt for valuables in Milton Keynes, including an enormous teapot, items of Poole Pottery and a piece of copperware by Newlyn artist John Pearson. Paul Martin also visits the home of the Open University, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary

  • Monmouth

    Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey value antiques and collectibles in Monmouth, south-east Wales, with items including a large silver trophy and an embroidery box. Paul Martin also explores the countryside that inspired Laura Ashley's designs

  • Nantwich

    Experts Kate Bliss and Will Axon value antiques at Nantwich Civic Hall in Cheshire, including a quirky money box, a cricket bat and a Distinguished Flying Medal. Presenter Paul Martín also visits nearby Arley Hall to discover what it is like to run a stately home and tells the story of the author Elizabeth Gaskell, who was raised in Knutsford

  • Nantwich

    Kate Bliss and Will Axon value antiques at Nantwich Civic Hall in Cheshire, including a few familiar items. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits pottery manufacturer Moorcroft to paint a vase, which he sends to auction for Children in Need

  • Nantwich

    The team heads for the market town of Nantwich in Cheshire, where experts Will Axon and Kate Bliss join Paul Martín as he discovers a collection of Aboriginal art. Plus, a trip to Biddulph Grange Garden in Staffordshire

  • Monmouth

    Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey head for Monmouth, south-east Wales, where they discover a small Austrian bronze and a Sri Lankan bracelet. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits the nearby Forest of Dean to meet a local man creating works of art with a chainsaw

  • Monmouth

    Presenter Paul Martín is joined by experts Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey to value items in the town of Monmouth, south-east Wales, including a selection of Babar books, a tortoise-shaped box and a pocket globe

  • Monmouth

    Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey head for Monmouth, south-east Wales, where they discover a small Austrian bronze and an art-deco bracelet. Meanwhile, Paul Martín examines the work of fashion designer Laura Ashley, and visits the nearby Forest of Dean to meet a local man creating works of art with a chainsaw

  • Oxford

    Experts Mark Stacey and Will Axon head to Oxford to offer advice to members of the public looking to sell their antiques at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín visits the Cotswolds to meet a family of silversmiths

  • Warminster

    Kate Bliss and David Fletcher discover an Edwardian pendant, a Victorian wine jug and a journal with links to HMS Beagle in the Wiltshire town of Warminster. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits a traditional glove-maker's that was founded in 1777

  • Weston-Super-Mare

    Anita Manning and Michael Baggott visit Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, where valuable finds include a rare mantel clock, an oil painting of a rural scene and a hand warmer that is not all it seems. Paul Martin also visits one of the oldest operating cinemas in the world

  • Weston-super-Mare

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Thomas Plant and Sheldon Cameron in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, where he meets people eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction

  • Weston-Super-Mare 1

    The team meets people keen to have their hidden treasures valued before selling them at auction in Weston-super-Mare. Plus, Paul Martín learns about the town's history

  • Weston 7

    The team heads for Weston-super-Mare, where Anita Manning examines a silver pocket watch with a gold chain, and Michael Baggott values an 18-carat gold wrist watch that leaves its owner stunned when it goes up for auction. Plus, Paul Martin finds out what the future holds for the seaside town's Grand Pier, which was reduced to ashes after a fire in 2008

  • Weston 64

    Anita Manning and Michael Baggott cast their eyes over some interesting items in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, where they discover Beatles memorabilia and a piece of Minton china. Plus, Paul Martin visits a tractor museum

  • Wells

    Anita Manning and Will Axon assess antiques and heirlooms at Wells Cathedral, Somerset, including a gold watch and an unusual diamond necklace, and Paul Martín visits the Holburne Museum in Bath

  • Weston

    The team visits the Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare, where experts Anita Manning and Michael Baggott pick out choice antiques including two Worcester jugs and a selection of spoons. Paul Martin goes behind the scenes of a National Trust restoration project, and two Ferdinand Preiss figurines attract attention in the auction room

  • Weston-Super-Mare 2

    Anita Manning and Michael Baggott value antiques and collectibles at the Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset, including a majolica dish and a selection of spoons. Plus, Paul Martín offers an insight into a restoration project undertaken by the National Trust

  • Weymouth

    Paul Martin visits Weymouth, Dorset, to meet people eager to earn easy money selling their antiques at auction. He also visits the Isle of Portland, where he discovers old and new uses for its famous stone

  • Wilmslow

    Anita Manning and James Lewis join Paul Martin to visit the Cheshire town of Wilmslow, where they examine items as diverse as a Scottish brooch and a Troika collection

  • Wilmslow

    James Lewis and Anita Manning value items in the Cheshire market town of Wilmslow, and Paul Martin takes time out to discover that LS Lowry painted much more than his famous matchstick men

  • Wilmslow

    Paul Martín and antiques experts James Lewis and Anita Manning visit Wilmslow in Cheshire, where valuable items going up for auction include jewellery, toys, porcelain and a Georgian tea table. The presenter also goes to the Victoria Swimmings Baths in Manchester

  • Whitby 24

    Antiques experts Kate Bateman and Philip Serrell value items in Whitby, North Yorkshire, including a walking cane, a piece of African tribal art and an unusual tea caddy. Paul Martin also examines the life and work of Victorian photographer Frank Sutcliffe

  • Weymouth 13

    Susan Orringe and Mark Stacey uncover more items suitable for auction in Weymouth, Dorset. Paul Martín is inspired by Thomas Hardy when he goes to Dorchester, and gives hints on decorating using a nautical theme

  • Whitby 22

    Experts Kate Bateman and Philip Serrell value items in the coastal town of Whitby, including an ironstone china jug and an authentic war club. Meanwhile, Paul Martín experiences the days of steam with a trip on the North Yorkshire Moors railway

  • Wells

    Antiques experts Anita Manning and Will Axon head to Wells in Somerset to uncover some hidden treasures to be sold at auction. Items include a pair of paintings by an amateur artist and a collection of shot and powder flasks. Plus, Paul Martín takes a journey around the historic centre of the ancient city

  • Wells

    The team heads to Wells Cathedral in Somerset to uncover people's hidden treasures, including a collection of diamond rings and a pair of giant boots. Meanwhile, Paul Martín meets a man breathing new life into Bristol

  • Warwick 47

    Thomas Plant and Anita Manning visit Warwick Castle, where they value a collection of tribal items and an extensive postcard collection. Presenter Paul Martín also takes a behind-the-scenes look at the prop and set design workshops at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon

  • Warwick 50

    Anita Manning and Thomas Plant assess antiques brought in by members of the public at Warwick Castle, where valuable finds include a collection of Dinky toys and an unusual Staffordshire plate. Paul Martin heads to the Royal Shakespeare Company and learns about the recently refurbished theatre in Stratford

  • Warwick

    Anita Manning and Thomas Plant visit Warwick Castle, where they find a Georgian silver wine funnel and a 1920s McVities biscuit barrel. Meanwhile, Paul Martin explores the Arts and Crafts-inspired gardens at Hidcote Manor

  • Warrington 9

    Experts Nigel Smith and Charles Ross value antiques at Parr Hall, Warrington, before watching their items go under the hammer in Knutsford. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín visits the Victorian Anderton Boat Lift, known as the 'cathedral of the canals'

  • Warrington 7

    Experts Charlie Ross and Anita Manning value antiques at Parr Hall, Warrington, before watching the collectibles go under the hammer in Knutsford. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín visits Warrington Museum, where he finds out about the sinking of the Tayleur - the largest merchant ship of its day

  • Warrington 8

    Nigel Smith and Anita Manning value antiques at Parr Hall, Warrington, before those brave enough to head to auction see their items go under the hammer in Knutsford. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín discusses how to live in harmony with nature with a man who makes his home in a local woodland

  • Warwick Castle 48

    The team searches for antiques at Warwick Castle, where Thomas Plant finds an unusual drinking vessel and Anita Manning examines some vintage spectacles. Presenter Paul Martín also visits buildings at the Lord Leycester Hospital, which have an Elizabethan background

  • Watford

    Paul Martín visits investigates dealings in the Hellfire Club in West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, before joining Thomas Plant and Catherine Southon for a spot of antique-valuing in Watford, Hertfordshire

  • Wellington 7

    Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot sort through items brought to a valuing day at Wellington College, Berkshire, and get their hands on eye-catching landscape paintings and a Lalique bowl. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits Highclere Castle, where he explores an Egyptian exhibition

  • Wells

    Experts Anita Manning and Will Axon are at Wells Cathedral in Somerset to value items brought in by the public, and the best finds include a bone walking cane and some impressive miniature paintings. Paul Martín travels to Bristol, where he visits one of the country's oldest zoos

  • Wellington 6

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot on a search for antiques at Wellington College, Somerset, that they hope can be sold for a profit at auction. Among their finds are a pair of eye-catching binoculars and a collection of Poole pottery. Plus, Paul visits the nearby town of Hungerford to explore the subject of garden art

  • Wellington

    Paul Martín, Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot head to Wellington College, Somerset, where valuable finds include a hand-painted French casket and a silver snuff box. The presenter also visits a lavender farm

  • Watford

    Paul Martín visits a house in Spitalfields, east London, belonging to American Denis Severs, whose 10 rooms have been renovated in the style of former centuries, before joining Mark Stacey and Thomas Plant for a spot of antique-valuing in Watford, Hertfordshire

  • Watford 4

    Paul Martín visits one of the UK's most famous boxing clubs, before joining Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon as they value antiques in Watford, Hertfordshire

  • Wiltshire 51

    Paul Martín presents from Longleat in Wiltshire, where expert Claire Rawle spots an unusual Tibetan teapot among the offerings brought in for valuation and it leads to the discovery of similar artefacts. The goods all go under the hammer and with worldwide interest on the objects, there is the potential for a record-breaking sale. Meanwhile, Paul explores Longleat House to find out more about its Elizabethan architecture and controversial creator

  • Winchester 21

    Rolling Stones autographs cause excitement at an antiques fair in Winchester and expert Christina Trevanion develops a fondness for an old teddy bear. James Lewis finds ceramic sheep slightly disturbing, and presenter Paul Martin visits Chawton House to explore the link between author Jane Austen and an American millionaire

  • Worthing 58

    David Fletcher and Michael Baggott examine items at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing, West Sussex, including an Italian micro mosaic brooch and a salt-glazed bottle in the shape of a head. Paul Martín travels along the coast to enjoy the modernist splendour of the refurbished De La Warr Pavilion

  • Wrexham 2

    The team visits Wrexham, with experts Philip Serrell and Kate Bliss inviting the public to have their antiques valued before auction, while Paul Martín explores St Giles, the town's impressive parish church

  • Worthing 56

    Experts David Fletcher and Michael Baggott find valuables for auction by the seaside in Worthing, West Sussex, including a tiny pottery mouse. Paul Martín visits the country home of writer Virginia Woolf and meets a woman with an item so scary she keeps it in a shed

  • Worthing 55

    Experts David Fletcher and Michael Baggott head to the Pavillion Theatre in Worthing, West Sussex, where valuable finds include a Chinese figure and a 100-year-old gizmo. Presenter Paul Martín explores surreal art, and finds out about a local connection with Pablo Picasso

  • Worthing

    David Fletcher and Michael Baggot examine an Australian nutcracker and an Uncle Sam doll at the end of the pier in Worthing, West Sussex. Elsewhere, Paul Martín heads to Christopher Lloyd's garden at Great Dixter, where he meets head gardener Fergus Garret

  • Worthing 20

    The team visits Worthing Pier, West Sussex, where local residents bring their antiques to be valued by Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin looks at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum in Singleton

  • Wrexham 3

    Antiques experts Kate Bliss and Phillip Serrell look for collectibles worthy of selling at auction in Wrexham. Meanwhile, Paul Martin examines the wood carvings on the walls of Plas Newydd, once the home of an eccentric 18th-century couple known as the Ladies of Llangollen

  • Yeovil 1

    A collection of risque magazines is among items that are valued in Yeovil, Somerset, as members of the public are invited to try to make money by selling their antiques at auction. Paul Martin visits the moors in search of Exmoor ponies

  • York 16

    Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott are the experts as the team visit York Racecourse to help members of the public sell more unwanted goods for a handsome profit. Presenter Paul Martín also has a bash at a spot of morris dancing

  • York 17

    The team visit York, where experts Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott hope to find a hidden gem in the Roman city, and presenter Paul Martin learns more about the history of local silver

  • York

    The team visits York, where experts James Braxton and Kate Alcock hope to find a hidden gem in the Roman city. With guest presenter Mark Harnden

  • York

    The team visit York, where experts Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott hope to find a hidden gem in the Roman city. Presenter Paul Martín also takes a look inside the city's ancient Minster

  • Yeovil 2

    Among the items to be valued in Yeovil, Somerset, by Michael Baggott and James Lewis is an early electric shock machine, and presenter Paul Martin visits a stable where he finds out about the effects of the modern world on farriers

  • Yeovil 3

    Michael Baggott and James Lewis search for hidden gems in Yeovil, Somerset, as members of the public are invited to try to make money by selling their antiques at auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits a local maltings - a building in which grain is prepared and stored

  • Worcester 24

    Antiques experts David Barby and James Lewis visit the cathedral city of Worcester to offer advice to members of the public hoping to make a profit selling their valuables, while Paul Martín learns how to make a cricket bat

  • Worcester 23

    Experts David Barby and James Lewis meet people from the cathedral city of Worcester eager to make a profit selling their valuables. Presenter Paul Martin learns more about one of this year's culinary highlights - British asparagus

  • Winchester 27

    From Winchester in Hampshire, where experts Charlie Ross and Michael Bagott value treasures in a bid to earn easy money for the owners at auction. Plus, presenter Paul Martín examines an ancient Bible and the legacy of patron Bishop Henry of Blois

  • Winchester & Worcester

    An Indian teapot, rare biking memorabilia, claret jugs and a piece of Moorcroft attract the attention of the experts when they visit the cathedral cities of Winchester and Worcester. Paul Martín presents

  • Winchester 25

    From Winchester in Hampshire, where experts Charlie Ross and Michael Bagott value treasures in a bid to earn easy money for the owners at auction. Plus, presenter Paul Martín examines the UK's largest tapestry

  • Winchester 24

    The team travels to Winchester's Guildhall, where Christina Trevanion discovers a Victorian writing slope and James Lewis finds a gold and seed pearl brooch. Paul Martín takes a trip to Mottisfont Abbey

  • Winchester 22

    The team travels to Winchester, where Christina Trevanion discovers two interesting pieces of Danish jewelry and James Lewis sets his sights on weaponry. Paul Martín presents

  • Winchester 23

    The team travels to Winchester, where Christina Trevanion and James Lewis join Paul Martín to value items brought in by the public, including a brooch, Etruscan pottery and a maritime journal. Paul also visits the Winchester School of Arts

  • Windermere 27

    IN Cumbria, James Lewis and Adam Partridge provide the people of Windermere with advice on their antiques and collectibles, while Paul Martín visits a house built in the Arts and Crafts style

  • Windermere 28

    Adam Partridge and James Lewis dispense expert advice on antiques and collectables in Cumbria. Meanwhile, Paul Martín explores how the Lake District inspired one of its greatest sons, poet William Wordsworth

  • Wolverhampton 24

    Experts Catherine Southon and David Barby search for great items to auction in Wolverhampton, while presenter Paul Martin takes time out to browse his favourite paintings at Wightwick Manor

  • Wolverhampton 25

    David Barby and Catherine Southon visit Wolverhampton, where a 19th-century sampler is among items up for auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martín explores the history behind locally made enamel boxes

  • Wolverhampton 23

    Experts Catherine Southon and David Barby search for great items to auction in Wolverhampton, while presenter Paul Martín takes time out to browse his favourite paintings at Wightwick Manor

  • Windsor 39

    Antiques experts Thomas Plant and Adam Partridge examine the public's interesting items in Windsor, Berkshire, while presenter Paul Martín takes a lesson in jewellery-making

  • Windsor

    Antiques experts Thomas Plant and Adam Partridge go on the hunt for interesting items in Windsor, while Paul Martín takes a lesson in how to play polo

  • Windsor 37

    Thomas Plant and Adam Partridge provide expert opinion in Windsor as they continue their hunt for antiques to take to auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martin finds time to delve into the life of artist Stanley Spencer. First shown in 2006

  • Warrington

    Antiques experts Philip Serrell and Thomas Plant help people in Warrington, Cheshire, who want to make money by selling their collectibles at auction. Presented by Paul Martin

  • Warminster

    Kate Bliss and David Fletcher head for the Warminster Assembly Rooms in Wiltshire to search for valuable items to take to auction. Plus, Paul Martin visits the UK's sole Americana museum on the outskirts of Bath

  • Stroud 2

    James Lewis and Kate Bliss visit the Subscription Rooms in Stroud, Gloucestershire, where items brought along for valuation include a signed Louis Armstrong record, a collection of postcards and a silver tea set with a difference. Meanwhile, Paul Martín goes on a tour of nearby Berkeley Castle

  • Stroud Cutdown

    James Lewis and Kate Bliss visit the Subscription Rooms in Stroud, Gloucestershire, where items brought along for valuation include a collection of postcards and a silver tea set with a difference. Meanwhile, Paul Martín goes on a tour of nearby Berkeley Castle

  • Stroud 11

    James Lewis and Kate Bliss value items at the Subscription Rooms in Stroud, Gloucestershire, including an astrological teapot and a Regency tea caddy. Plus, Paul Martín visits the former home of Edward Jenner, a man credited with changing the face of medicine

  • Stroud

    Experts James Lewis and Kate Bliss examine items at Stroud's Subscription Rooms, including a mysterious silver jewellery box and a Paul Nash poster. Paul Martín also retraces the steps of Gloucestershire author Laurie Lee, who wrote the bestseller Cider with Rosie

  • Stoke-on-Trent

    Experts James Lewis and David Barby offer advice to people hoping to make a profit by selling antiques in Stoke-on-Trent, while Paul Martin visits the glass houses of Tatton Park

  • Stoke-on-Trent 17

    James Lewis and David Barby offer advice in Stoke-on-Trent, while presenter Paul Martín visits the nearby Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire, one of England's finest Elizabethan timber-framed manor houses, to see what treasures it holds

  • Suffolk 37

    Presenter Paul Martín and antiques experts Adam Partridge and Will Axon visit Ickworth House, an Italianate palace near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk. Among the items valued are a chinoiserie travelling clock found at the back of a wardrobe and a campaign writing box that raises the roof when it goes to auction. Plus, Paul meets the people trying to safeguard the future of the Suffolk Punch horse, which holds a unique place in the history of the county

  • Sunderland

    Adam Partridge and Anita Manning are at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, where they view antiques including a squeeze box that has been left in a garage for 30 years and a delft charger that surprises its owner when taken to auction. Presenter Paul Martin researches the city's maritime history

  • Swindon

    Paul Martín meets people eager to make a profit selling their valuables in Swindon, putting their wares up for inspection by experts David Barby and Will Axon in the hope of making a valuable discovery. He also explores the Science Museum's storage space for oversized items in neighbouring Wroughton

  • Swindon 12

    Paul Martín meets people eager to make a profit selling their collectibles in Swindon, putting their wares before the eyes of experts David Barby and Will Axon in the hope of making a valuable discovery. Paul also visits a livestock auction

  • Swansea 40

    Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss guide hopeful antiques owners in the Welsh city of Swansea, where presenter Paul Martin takes time out to visit the National Museum

  • Swansea 2

    Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss value antiques and collectibles in Swansea, while Paul Martin discovers a remarkable story from the nearby town of Porthcawl

  • Sunderland

    Anita Manning and Adam Partridge value items at Sunderland's Stadium of Light, including a Beswick wall mask and a grotesque piece of pottery. Presenter Paul Martín also takes a trip back in time when he visits Beamish: The Living Museum of the North in Co Durham

  • Swansea 1

    Experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss help Swansea locals sell antiques and collectibles, while presenter Paul Martín is sketched by local artist Valerie Ganz

  • Stoke-on-Trent

    Experts James Lewis and David Barby offer advice to people hoping to make a profit by selling antiques in Stoke-on-Trent, while Paul Martín visits the world famous Lovell telescope in nearby Cheshire

  • Stoke-on-Trent

    Paul Martín and resident experts David Barby and Mark Stacey visit Stoke-on-Trent, heart of the British pottery industry, where they meet people eager to sell their antiques

  • Stapleford 52

    Mark Stacey and Elizabeth Talbot visit Stapleford Park estate in Leicestershire, where they value antiques brought in by members of the public including Beatrix Potter figurines. Presenter Paul Martín also explores the Jain Centre in Leicester, learning about the religion of Jainism

  • Stirling 38

    Experts Mark Stacey and Anita Manning search for the best of the antiques in Stirling, while Paul Martín goes to Edinburgh to look at the murals of Pheobe Ana Traquair at the Traquair Centre following their recent restoration

  • Stapleford 50

    Elizabeth Talbot and Mark Stacey are lured by silver and diamonds while searching for antiques at Stapleford Park in Leicestershire. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits Calke Abbey in Derbyshire, a National Trust property at the cutting edge of conservation

  • Stapleford 49

    Elisabeth Talbot finds an early gramophone among the antiques at Stapleford Park in Leicestershire, while Mark Stacey reveals a fondness for big cats. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits Thrumpton Hall in Nottinghamshire to examine its opulent Restoration staircase, and discovers a connection with Lord Byron through some interesting relics

  • St Austell

    People in St Austell, Cornwall, are invited to try to make money selling their antiques at auction. Kate Bliss and Jethro Marles offer expert assessments of their treasures, while Paul Martin explores the highs and lows of Victorian living at Lanhydrock House, near Bodmin

  • St Austell

    Presenter Paul Martín is back on his home turf as the team meet people in St Austell, Cornwall, who are eager to earn easy money by selling their valuables at auction. Plus, ruralist artist Graham Ovenden talks about his work

  • Stirling 39

    Antique experts Mark Stacey and Anita Manning value a range of collectibles in Stirling, while presenter Paul Martin visits the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh to learn about the Scottish Colourists

  • Stirling 40

    Experts Mark Stacey and Anita Manning search for collectibles in Stirling, while Paul Martín visits Edinburgh to explore the gruesome story of William Burke and William Hare, who in the 19th century supplied bodies to medical students at the city's School of Surgery

  • Stockport 4

    The team visits Greater Manchester, where items of interest include a ceramic tile, etchings by artist John Buckland-Wright and a gold necklace. Paul Martín also interviews the great-granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst

  • Stockport 5

    The team heads to Stockport Town Hall in Greater Manchester, where Philip Serrell examines a collection of evocative war diaries and Mark Stacey falls for a mosaic necklace and earring set. Paul Martín takes time out to explore the history behind the town's air-raid shelters

  • Stockport 2

    Antiques experts Mark Stacey and Philip Serrell head to Stockport Town Hall in Greater Manchester to value the collectibles of members of the public, including a pair of charcoal drawings by artist Trevor Grimshaw and some gold European coins. Plus, presenter Paul Martín visits Manchester Art Gallery, where he admires the work of pre-Raphaelite painter Ford Madox Brown

  • Stockport

    Paul Martín heads to Stockport, Greater Manchester, with antiques experts Mark Stacey and Philip Serrell to value the possessions of local people, before selling the items at auction. Among today's treasures are a Cantonese ivory card holder, a collection of railway posters and a mahogany plane propeller. Paul also takes time out to explore Chetham's Library in Manchester - the oldest public library in England

  • Stockport

    Experts Nigel Smith and Thomas Plant value the public's antiques in Stockport, Greater Manchester, while presenter Paul Martin pays a visit to a drum-maker and learns how to get creative with recycled rubbish

  • Stockport

    Paul Martín visits Stockport Town Hall in Greater Manchester, with antiques experts Mark Stacey and Philip Serrell to pick out a selection of their favourite items. Phil spots an unusual inkwell shaped like a policeman's helmet and Mark has his eye on a hand-painted Japanese Kinkozan vase. Plus, Paul takes a visit to Old Trafford stadium, the home of Manchester United where he meets one of their goalkeeping heroes Alex Stepney

  • Tavistock

    Antiques experts Phillip Serrell and Charlie Ross offer their advice to people at the pannier market in Tavistock, Devon, and Paul Martín travels across Dartmoor in a horse-drawn carriage

  • Tavistock

    Philip Serrell and Charlie Ross head for Tavistock, Devon, where they meet people who are keen to sell their collectibles at auction. In Buckfastleigh, Paul Martín goes for a pint at a pub that has never called time

  • Truro 24

    David Barby and David Fletcher search for collectibles in Truro, Cornwall, where they find an ivory ornament and a valuable piece of art. Presenter Paul Martín also takes the chance to explore the city's cathedral

  • Truro 26

    Experts David Barby and David Fletcher appraise antiques at Truro Cathedral, while Paul Martín takes a break from the valuations to discover the Minack Theatre, which was built almost single-handedly by a woman on the Cornish coast

  • Truro 11

    Paul Martín and experts David Barby and David Fletcher sift through the antiques and collectables brought to the valuation day at Truro Cathedral in Cornwall. There is a massive surprise at auction when one item exceeds all expectations, and Paul takes to the sea, joining a fifth-generation oyster fisherman on the river Fal

  • Truro

    David Barby and David Fletcher value heirlooms at Truro Cathedral, while Paul Martín learns about the disaster at Levant Mine near St Just in Cornwall - one of the worst such incidents in the region's history

  • Truro

    David Barby and David Fletcher examine items brought to Truro Cathedral for valuation, including an 18th-century silver milk jug and a Ruskin bowl. Presenter Paul Martin explores the world of magic lanterns

  • Truro

    David Barby and David Fletcher value heirlooms at Truro Cathedral, while Paul Martín learns about the disaster at Levant Mine near St Just - one of the worst such incidents in Cornwall's history

  • Truro 26

    Antiques experts Philip Serrell and Kate Alcock search for valuables in Truro, Cornwall, where one seller hopes the money gained for an old vase will pay for a holiday. Presented by Paul Martin

  • Tunbridge Wells

    Paul Martín meets members of the public keen to sell their belongings at auction in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, aided by advice from experts James Lewis and Charlie Ross. He also discovers the history of Tunbridge Ware, and learns how to make a traditional trug basket

  • Leicester 36

    Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Adam Partridge meet people in Leicester eager to make a profit selling their valuables, while Paul Martín spends some time away from the auction house to visit a coffin manufacturer

  • Warminster

    Kate Bliss and David Fletcher travel to Warminster, Wiltshire, where they offer their opinions on people's antiques and collectibles before they go to auction. Paul Martin also investigates the UFO sightings reported in the town throughout the 1960s and 70s

  • Warminster

    Kate Bliss and David Fletcher head for the Warminster Assembly Room in Wiltshire to search for valuable items to sell at auction. Plus, Paul Martin visits a museum of Americana on the outskirts of Bath to learn about Shaker furniture

  • Twickenham 35

    Experts David Barby and Philip Serrell value antiques in Twickenham, while presenter Paul Martín finds his own relics as he heads to the annual summer archaeological dig at Syon Park, unearthing a vast medieval abbey that stood there 600 years ago

  • Twickenham

    Experts David Barby and Philip Serrell value antiques in Twickenham, south-west London, and help people choose which items to sell at auction, while presenter Paul Martín investigates local history, antiques collectors and craftsman while on a dig in Syon Park

  • Twickenham 34

    Experts David Barby and Philip Serrell value antiques in Twickenham, south-west London, and help people choose which items will sell at auction, while presenter Paul Martin visits the Museum of Rugby to find out more about the history of the game

  • Truro

    David Barby and David Fletcher search for antiques at a valuation day at Truro Cathedral, and Paul Martin heads out onto the River Fal with a fifth-generation oyster fisherman

  • Torquay 1

    Philip Serrell and David Fletcher value antiques brought along by members of the public in Torquay, Devon, including an amber necklace, an Austrian bronze figure and a cheese coaster. Presenter Paul Martín travels to the nearby port of Brixham, where he learns about the development of commercial fishing

  • Tenby 3

    Experts Charlie Ross and Philip Serrell help members of the public sell antiques at auction in Tenby on the Pembrokeshire coast, while presenter Paul Martín meets one of his favourite artists, Aneurin Jones

  • Todmorden 63

    Adam Partidge and Catherine Southon visit Todmorden, West Yorkshire, where they examine items including a piece of local history made from cast iron and an old horse-racing game. Presenter Paul Martin also travels to the Pennines to explore the modern landmarks called Panopticons

  • Tenby 2

    Philip Serrell and Charlie Ross head to the seaside for a valuation day at Tenby, in Pembrokeshire, south-west Wales. Meanwhile, in nearby Llandysul, Paul Martín investigates how the art of harp-making is undergoing a mini industrial revolution

  • Tenby

    Charlie Ross and Philip Serrell help contestants sell antiques at auction in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, while presenter Paul Martín learns about the Welsh tradition of making love spoons, and tries his hand at creating one for his wife

  • Tavistock 20

    Experts Philip Serrell and Charlie Ross examine heirlooms and collectibles brought along by members of the public in Tavistock, Devon, while presenter Paul Martín has a look around the nearby Endsleigh Gardens

  • Telford 33

    Philip Serrell and Adam Partridge offer advice to people hoping to sell their antiques in Telford, Shropshire. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits one of Britain's first foundries

  • Todmorden 64

    The team heads to Todmorden Town Hall in West Yorkshire, where Adam Partridge spots a fluffy and modern item, and Catherine Southon discovers valuable advertising memorabilia. Paul Martín finds an unusual piece of wood and explores Gawthorpe Hall, a country pile with a rich architectural heritage

  • Todmorden 65

    Adam Partridge and Catherine Southon visit Todmorden Town Hall in West Yorkshire, where valuable finds include a collection of toys in pristine condition, a Chinese jade pendant and a 1920s advertising sign. Paul Martín visits the Bronte Parsonage Museum in Haworth where he examines a selection of the family's personal papers

  • Torquay

    David Fletcher and Philip Serrell search for antiques in Torquay, before selling their wares at auction in Plymouth. Presenter Paul Martín also visits a sixteen-sided house in Exmouth

  • Torquay

    Philip Serrell and David Fletcher hunt for antiques in the seaside town of Torquay, and value a piece of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson's wedding cake. Plus, Paul Martín learns about the mechanics of Babbacombe's cliff railway

  • Torquay

    Philip Serrell and David Fletcher visit Torquay in Devon to view antiques, including a ship's brass plaque and a fruit jug. Presenter Paul Martín travels to Plymouth, where he finds out about controversial local artist Robert Lenkiewicz

  • Torquay

    Paul Martín, Thomas Plant and David Barby head to Torquay on the English Riviera to value items brought in by members of the public, who must then decide whether to sell their treasures at auction

  • Todmorden 66

    Catherine Southon and Adam Partridge visit Todmorden Town Hall in West Yorkshire, where a Japanese wall panel is among the items they examine. Paul Martín explores the work of graphic artist Abram Games

  • Torquay

    Experts Mark Stacey and Michael Baggott help people in Torquay eager to make a profit selling their valuables, while Paul Martín inspects a gin distillery with military connections in Plymouth

  • St Albans 15

    Antiques experts Mark Stacey and Kate Bliss examine collectibles in St Albans, Hertfordshire, and presenter Paul Martin discovers the history of nearby Champneys health farm

  • Exmouth

    Christina Trevanion and Will Axon head for Exmouth in Devon to peruse unwanted antiques and collectibles. Their visit unveils a vinaigrette designed by 19th-century silversmith Nathaniel Mills, as well as an 18th-century pestle and mortar. Paul Martín attends a painting masterclass with artist Katharine Lightfoot

  • Cambridge 12

    The team heads to Cambridge, where experts James Lewis and Elizabeth Talbot value the public's antiques, while presenter Paul Martín has a look around Kettle's Yard art gallery

  • Cardiff

    Paul Martin presents the show from Cardiff, where he joins historian Neil Sinclair on the docks to hear about life in Tiger Bay. He also meets former members of the Rainbow Children's Club for a trip down memory lane. Experts Susan Orringe and Philip Serrell are on hand to examine valuables brought in by local people

  • Cambridge 10

    The team heads to Cambridge, where James Lewis and Elizabeth Talbot value the public's antiques, while Paul Martín relives the student life as he visits some of the world's most famous colleges

  • Buxton 10

    Philip Serrell and Kate Bliss visit the spa town of Buxton, Derbyshire to see what antiques the locals have brought along, while Paul Martin gets to know a family of eccentric aristocrats

  • Bury St Edmunds

    David Barby and Adam Partridge join Paul Martín at the Athenaeum in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, where individuals are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction. The presenter admires a quirky Victorian curiosity and visits a 500-year-old timber-framed house which has been renovated using traditional methods

  • Buxton

    Experts Kate Bliss and Philip Serrell travel to Buxton Pavilion Gardens in the Peak District to offer advice on the townsfolk's prized possessions, while presenter Paul Martín goes underground to explore Poole's Cavern

  • Cardiff

    Paul Martín, Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey head to National Museum Cardiff, where valuable finds include a set of Swansea porcelain plates and a child's tea set. The presenter also visits Caerphilly Castle, and discovers what makes the fortress so unique in design

  • Cardiff

    Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey head to the National Museum Cardiff, where they are tasked with picking out a selection of their favourite objects, including a curious articulated silver fish and an unusual Meiji Japanese figure group. Paul Martín also visits Wales Millennium Centre to learn about the building's unique design and meet one of its architects

  • Cardigan 1

    Experts Charlie Ross and Christina Trevanion search for antiques on a valuation day at Rhosygilwen Mansion near Cardigan, west Wales. Their finds include diamonds and steam engines, which will be auctioned in Carnarvon in a bid to make a profit. Presenter Paul Martin also visits artist Eloise Govier

  • Cardigan 2

    The search for antiques continues at Rhosygilwen Mansion, just outside Cardigan in west Wales. Experts Charlie Ross and Christina Trevanion view items including a collection of sporting and theatre memorabilia and a top-quality silver tea service. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits a woollen mill

  • Cardiff 30

    Paul Martin presents the show from Cardiff, where he visits a concertina maker who demonstrates how the instruments are produced. Experts Susan Orringe and Philip Serrell are on hand to examine local peoples' valuables

  • Cardiff 15

    Paul Martín is joined by antiques experts Philip Serrell and Kate Alcock for a day in Cardiff valuing items brought in by members of the public

  • Cardiff

    Antiques dealer Paul Martín travels to South Wales, where he goes on a tour of Cardiff Castle, and traces the history of some extraordinary furniture. Experts Philip Serrell and James Lewis value the public's treasures and advise them on whether they should sell their collectibles at auction

  • Cardiff

    Paul Martín, Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey value items at the National Museum in Cardiff, including a fruitwood spice tower and a set of miniature paintings. Presenter Paul Martín explores the picturesque town of Tenby, and finds out about its surprisingly dramatic history

  • Bury St Edmunds

    David Barby and Adam Partridge join Paul Martin in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, where individuals are invited to try to make money out of their antiques at auction. The presenter takes a trip down memory lane and visits the former Thorpe Abbotts airbase in Norfolk to learn more about the American airmen who were there during the Second World War

  • Bury St Edmunds

    David Barby and Adam Partridge join Paul Martín in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, where individuals are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction. Paul also visits the house of illustrious painter Thomas Gainsbrorough

  • Brighton 27

    The team visits Brighton on valuation day, with the large crowd enjoying valuations from experts Catherine Southern and Mark Stacey. Paul Martín also takes a trip to nearby Kemptown to meet local antiques dealer Alex MacArthur

  • Bristol

    David Barby and Phillip Serrell head for a snow-covered Bristol, where they locate a rare gold coin and a necklace that was hidden under floorboards for decades. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits a building linked to the birth of the Methodist movement, which is tucked away in what is now a shopping centre

  • Brighton 25

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Catherine Southern and Mark Stacey for a day at Brighton's seaside valuing antiques brought in by members of the public. There is also a look at a fixture of the British seaside landscape - the beach hut

  • Brighton

    Experts Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey are in Brighton to advise people who want to make a profit by selling their valuables, while presenter Paul Martín explores the silent movie era in nearby Shoreham-by-Sea

  • Bolton 12

    Experts Phillip Serrell and James Lewis head to Bolton in an attempt to search out the best items for auction at Knutsford, while presenter Paul Martin takes a break at the Japanese garden in nearby Tatton Park

  • Bolton 13

    Paul Martín visits the last remaining Temperance bar in the UK, while experts Phillip Serrell and James Lewis dispense their advice on collectables in Bolton

  • Bristol 8

    David Barby and Phillip Serrell find a gold watch with a mysterious history at the Council House in Bristol, and value a collection of medals belonging to an woman who is unsure whether to part with them. Meanwhile, Paul Martín explores the legacy of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, visiting Temple Meads railway station and Clifton Suspension Bridge

  • Buckland

    David Barby and Catherine Southon view antiques at Buckland Abbey in Devon, including a French revolver and a bisque baby. Paul Martín also studies an ancient maths book, and is taken for a ride at the Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre

  • Burghley 41

    Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot visit Burghley House in Lincolnshire to meet people hoping to make a profit selling their valuables, which include a mystery marquetry box, a painting and a jug that could be Buckleyware. Presenter Paul Martin also visits Isaac Newton's family home

  • Burghley 42

    Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot value antiques in the gardens of Burghley House in Lincolnshire, with items including gold jewellery and an unusual sword. Presenter Paul Martín also visits Donington Park to view an exhibition featuring the world's largest collection of Grand Prix racing cars in the East Midlands

  • Burghley 39

    Experts Elizabeth Talbot and Philip Serrell examine items brought to Burghley House in Lincolnshire for a valuation day, including a teddy bear and a James Bond novel. Presenter Paul Martin explores the inspiration behind Alfred Tennyson's poetry and learns more about the man himself

  • Burghley

    Philip Serrell and Elizabeth Talbot search for antiques at Burghley House in Lincolnshire, where they find a pair of gold rings. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits an eight-sail windmill in nearby Hecklington

  • Buckland

    David Barby and Catherine Southon head to Buckland Abbey, Devon, where a pair of early English delft plates and a collection of Irish buttons are brought in for valuation. Meanwhile, Paul Martín explores the mysterious Victorian world of letterboxing on the wilds of Dartmoor

  • Buckland

    David Barby and Catherine Southon view antiques at Buckland Abbey in Devon, including Georgian silver and a diamond ring. Meanwhile, Paul Martín relives his youth when he visits a Taiko drumming group

  • Cardigan 68

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Charlie Ross and Christina Trevanion at Rhosygilwen Mansion, West Wales, where finds include 16th-century plates and handbags from the 1960s. The presenter also discovers what happened at Cardigan Castle

  • Chelmsford

    Dave Barby and Catherine Southon offer expert advice to help individuals make money in Chelmsford, Essex. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits the town's museum, where he looks at a collection of 18th-century drinking glasses

  • Clacton 25

    Will Axon and Elizabeth Talbot travel to Clacton-on-Sea in Essex, where they hunt for antiques and find valuables including a Victorian silver tea set and a small box made of a precious material. Presenter Paul Martín also explores the history of variety shows

  • Clacton 26

    Will Axon and Elizabeth Talbot travel to Clacton-on-Sea in Essex, where they hunt for antiques and find valuables including a stool hidden beneath bad upholstery, and a notable painting. Presenter Paul Martín also explores the tallest Tudor gatehouse in England, and meets the man who lives there

  • Cirencester 8

    Experts value items in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, including a 17-century wine bottle and costume jewellery by a leading fashion designer. Plus, presenter Paul Martín visits Kelmscott House, the former home of William Morris, father of the Arts and Crafts movement

  • Cirencester 7

    Thomas Plant and Michael Baggott value items in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, including a 200-year-old teapot and costume jewellery encrusted with real diamonds. Paul Martín visits a 400-year-old house where even the cobwebs are being preserved for future generations

  • Cirencester 16

    Thomas Plant and Michael Baggott value items in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, including a 200-year-old teapot and costume jewellery encrusted with real diamonds. Paul Martin vists a 400-year-old house where even the cobwebs are being preserved for future generations

  • Cirencester 17

    Thomas Plant and Michael Baggott value items in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, including a 17-century wine bottle and costume jewellery by a leading fashion designer. Paul Martín also visits Kelmscott House, the former home of William Morris, father of the arts and crafts movement

  • Clacton 74

    Will Axon and Elizabeth Talbot lead a team of experts valuing possessions in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, including two classic wristwatches and an item that could be worth 300 times the amount the owner paid for it. Presenter Paul Martín also has an animal encounter at a local art gallery and meets a painter who is reviving an agricultural tradition

  • Colchester

    David Barby and Kate Bateman offer advice to two teams of antique-hunters in Colchester, Essex, where a jade scent bottle receives unexpected attention. Presenter Paul Martín also visits a man who buys and restores old cars, and has a collection of 26 vehicles that date back 100 years between them

  • Corby 15

    David Barby and Jethro Marles value antiques and collectibles at the Willow Arts Centre in Corby, Northamptonshire, before they are auctioned in Market Harborough, Leicestershire. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín discovers the history of Rockingham Castle

  • Coventry

    Antiques dealer Paul Martín meets people in Coventry eager to earn easy money selling their treasures at auction. Experts Kevin Jackson and David Barby are on hand to offer advice

  • Corby 13

    David Barby and Jethro Marles value antiques and collectibles due for auction from the post-industrial Northamptonshire town of Corby. Meanwhile, Paul Martin admires the art collection at nearby Rockingham Castle

  • Corby

    The team travels to Corby in Northamptonshire, where experts David Barby and Jethro Marles value antiques brought in by members of the public, before the items are taken for auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín goes to view Rockingham Castle's art collection

  • Colchester 17

    Collectibles experts Will Axxon and Mark Stacey value items in Colchester before taking them to auction. Presenter Paul Martin visits a scenic stretch of the Essex coastline to learn about sail-making and oyster-farming

  • Colchester 8

    People in Colchester, Essex, bring items to be valued by experts David Barby and Kate Bateman, before selling them at auction. A glass vase bought for £1 at a charity shop impresses the bidders when it goes under the hammer. Plus, presenter Paul Martín visits the nearby village of Witham and learns about former resident Dorothy L Sayers

  • Cirencester

    Thomas Plant and Michael Baggott value items at the Corn Hall in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, including an early Barbie doll, a 41-piece Clarice Cliff dinner service and a diamond brooch. Paul Martín also takes time out to meet the Naked Gardeners

  • Chippenham

    Paul Martin visits Chippenham in Wiltshire, where experts Catherine Southon and Jethro Marles value antiques brought in by local people. He also inspects the restoration at Marlborough's Merchant House and explores the magic and mystery of Avebury Stone Circle

  • Cheltenham 19

    David Fletcher and Adam Partridge visit Cheltenham's Pittville Pump Room, where they value collectibles brought in by the public, including a German train set. Presenter Paul Martin visits nearby Sudeley Castle, and finds out if his celebrity status will help an autograph hunter part with his collection

  • Cheltenham 74

    The team head to Pittville Pump Room, Cheltenham, where experts Adam Partridge and David Fletcher uncover mourning jewellery and Irish silver. Auctioneer Philip Serrell is on the podium, while Paul Martín discovers the surprises that nearby Elizabethan manor house Canons Ashby has to offer

  • Cheltenham 17

    Charles Ross and James Lewis head for the Regency town on Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, to value viewers' antiques. Plus, Paul Martín heads for the Cotswolds to learn more about the Royal Agricultural College

  • Cheltenham 15

    Paul Martin visits Cheltenham with experts Charles Ross and James Lewis in search of antiques that could make a profit at auction, and the presenter visits Snowshill Manor, where he discovers an extraordinary collection of artefacts

  • Chelmsford 9

    Antiques experts David Barby and Catherine Southon help presenter Paul Martin value antiques brought in by members of the public in Chelmsford, and watch as their finds go up for auction. Plus, Paul takes time out to look at the work of artist Carel Weight

  • Cheltenham

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Adam Partridge and David Fletcher on a search for antiques at the Pitville Pump Room in Cheltenham, where finds include a 19th-century Italian charger and a 1960s table. Paul also discovers how a local clock-maker became a celebrity

  • Cheshire

    The team heads to Tatton Park in Cheshire, where Anita Manning values 50 silver ingots and Mark Stacey finds a cigarette case brought back from the First World War. David Fletcher is enthused about a Victorian music box in need of restoration, while Paul Martín visits Liverpool to explore the role played by people from the city in the Battle of the Atlantic during the Second World War

  • Cheshire

    Mark Stacey, Anita Manning and David Fletcher join Paul Martín at Cheshire's Tatton Park to select their favourite finds to auction in Liverpool. Mark discovers a rare pottery figure made by Bretby in around 1895, Anita sets her sights on an art deco dressing table set and David finds a collection of old toys. Plus, Paul is given special access to the Victoria and Albert Museum collections and looks at some rare items

  • Chesterfield 16

    Nigel Smith and Charlie Ross offer their antiques expertise to the people of Chesterfield, while presenter Paul Martín explores Derbyshire's Peak District

  • Chippenham

    Paul Martin visits Chippenham, Wiltshire, where experts Catherine Southon and David Barby value antiques brought in by members of the public. He also learns about the county's role in Britain's railway heritage and meets a jockey who became a sculptor

  • Chesterfield 15

    Antiques experts Nigel Smith and Charlie Ross select items to sell at auction in the market town of Chesterfield, while Paul Martin learns how to drive a horse and carriage

  • Chesterfield 14

    Experts Nigel Smith and Charlie Ross search for valuable items to take to auction in Chesterfield, while presenter Paul Martín visits a tannery

  • Cheshire

    Paul Martín is joined by antiques experts Mark Stacey, Anita Manning and David Fletcher from the historic Tatton Park, Cheshire, before taking their picks to auction in Liverpool. An art deco cocktail shaker gets the attention of Mark and a Japanese brooch is valued. Plus, the presenter takes time out to explore the 50 acres of landscaped gardens, including the glasshouse designed by Joseph Paxton and the grand plan for the whole estate proposed by Humphry Repton

  • Cheshire

    Mark Stacey, Anita Manning and David Fletcher value items at Cheshire's Tatton Park, where potentially valuable finds include some Belle Epoque hatpins and a Bassett-Lowke train set. Plus, Paul Martín heads to Liverpool, where he examines the stories behind some of the city's most iconic buildings

  • Bolton 11

    Experts Philip Serrell and James Lewis value items that will be auctioned in Bolton, Greater Manchester, where the owners of some antiques are in for a surprise. Elsewhere, presenter Paul Martín visits a working steam-powered cotton mill

  • Bognor Regis 5

    The team visits Bognor Regis, West Sussex, where Catherine Southon spots a pair of dainty opera glasses, Charlie Ross makes an impressive find, and Paul Martin hits the jackpot with a valuable postcard collection

  • Bangor

    In Bangor, north Wales, Mark Stacey values a weighty gold chain, and Adam Partridge comes across a stylish model of a 1930s car. Plus, Paul Martin travels to the Vale of Conway to visit Gwydir Castle to hear an antiques-flavoured detective story from owner Judy Corbett

  • Bangor 13

    In Bangor, north Wales, Mark Stacey values a silver purse from a bygone era, and Adam Partridge examines a French violin. Plus, presenter Paul Martín hears Lord Anglesey's memories of Rex Whistler painting the famous mural at Plas Newydd

  • Banbury 37

    James Lewis and Thomas Plant head to Banbury to value the various antiques owned by members of the public. Paul Martín takes in the sights at Blenheim Palace, where the idyllic landscape owes a debt to the influence of legendary garden designer Capability Brown

  • Banbury

    James Lewis and Thomas Plant meet people eager to make a profit selling their household treasures in Banbury, Oxfordshire, while antiques dealer Paul Martin visits nearby Blenheim Palace, considered to be the finest example of Baroque architecture in the country

  • Balbirnie 54

    Anita Manning and James Lewis visit the grounds of Balbirnie House in Fife, where they uncover intriguing, items including a beaded snake that cost £1, and a snuff box that has never been opened. Meanwhile, Paul Martín tells the story of Dunfermline-born industrialist Andrew Carnegie, who became a successful entrepreneur

  • Balbirnie 67

    Paul Martín presents a special edition of the programme following a carved Chinese libation cup discovered at a valuation day at Balbirnie House, Fife, as it goes up for auction in London. The presenter visits the Museum of East Asian Art in Bath to learn more about the object's history and discusses the recent popularity of Chinese art

  • Bangor 21

    Mark Stacey and Adam Partridge value items in Bangor, North Wales, including a collection of thimbles and an antique sextant. Presenter Paul Martin also explores one of Thomas Telford's feats of engineering when he visits the Menai Suspension Bridge

  • Bangor 22

    Mark Stacey and Adam Partridge travel to Bangor in Wales, where they value items including a collection of toys and a mirror, while Paul Martín learns about the medieval musical instrument the crwth, which is experiencing a resurgence in popularity

  • Barnsley 2

    Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Philip Serrell value the goods on show in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, and Paul Martín talks to local artist Graham Ibbeson and finds out more about his unique sculptures

  • Barrow

    The team visits the Cumbrian town of Barrow-in-Furness, where David Barby is impressed by some Staffordshire pottery. Anita Manning takes a look at an exotic piece of ceramic, and presenter Paul Martín learns the story behind the books produced by one of Britain's best-loved children's authors

  • Barnsley 1

    In Barnsley, South Yorkshire, Michael Baggott and Philip Serrell seek to value antiques brought in by members of the public, while presenter Paul Martín heads for a snuff mill to learn about expert James Lewis' expansive snuff box collection

  • Barnsley

    Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Philip Serrell value the goods on show in Barnsley, and Paul Martin , and Paul Martin tastes Yorkshire food from the past when he visits a Victorian kitchen

  • Bangor 69

    Paul Martín is joined by Mark Stacey and Adam Partridge at the University of Bangor in North Wales, where items gathered for auction include a novelty hat and a microscope. Paul also visits the village of Portmeirion, designed by architect Clough Williams-Ellis, which was famously used as a location in TV series The Prisoner

  • Bangor 70

    Mark Stacey and Adam Partridge travel to Bangor University in North Wales, where they value items including a microscope with its original slides and a tea caddy. Presenter Paul Martín also learns about the creator of Portmeirion pottery, Susan Williams-Ellis

  • Balbirnie 51

    Experts Anita Manning and Thomas Plant help value items at Balbirnie House near Glenrothes, Fife, including a Japanese ivory panel and a pristine 1950s train set. Plus, Paul Martín uncovers a secret chapter in the area's history

  • Balbirnie 22

    Anita Manning and James Lewis help value items at Balbirnie House near Glenrothes, Fife, including a Japanese ivory panel and a pristine 1950s train set. Paul Martín also uncovers a secret chapter in the area's history

  • Ashbourne

    Experts Will Axon and Michael Baggot search for valuable items at an antiques fair in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, where they spot a large piece of Moorcroft pottery, and presenter Paul Martín enjoys dry fly fishing on the River Wye

  • Ashbourne 15

    Will Axon and Michael Baggot value items in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, including a pearlware cow and an Asprey and Co picnic set. Paul Martín visits the Peak District to experience the thrills of harness racing

  • Alnwick Castle

    David Fletcher and Anita Manning value collectibles at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, including a Dunhill lighter and some coral jewellery. Presenter Paul Martín also explores the tidal island of Lindisfarne

  • Alnwick 55

    Anita Manning and David Fletcher head to Alnwick Castle in Northumberland to value the hidden treasures of the general public before they are sold at auction. Among the finds are a Charles Brannam studio pot and a pair of pistols that cause a stir in the saleroom. Plus, Paul Martín explores the nearby Gibside estate and uncovers the scandalous story of the Countess of Strathmore and her conman husband

  • Alnwick

    David Fletcher and Anita Manning search for collectibles at Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, valuing items including Murano glass figurines and a Newcastle shipyard visitors' book. Paul Martín also explores the building's State Rooms, learning about the Percy family's tastes

  • Alnwick

    David Fletcher and Anita Manning visit Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, where they spot a collection of toy trains, a sweethearts brooch and an unusual inkwell. Paul Martín also examines what is on display at the castle's gardens

  • Ashbourne 31

    Will Axon and Michael Baggot value items in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, including a pearlware cow and an Asprey and Co picnic set. Paul Martín visits the Peak District to experience the thrills of harness racing

  • Ashbourne 33

    Michael Baggot and Will Axon uncover valuable items in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, including a ghoulish object that could put bidders off at auction. Paul Martín visits Chatsworth House where he examines the life of Georgiana, the notorious fifth Duchess of Devonshire

  • Balbirnie

    Anita Manning and James Lewis examine a racing pigeon timer, African artefacts and a collection of toy cars at Balbirnie House in Fife. Meanwhile, Paul Martin visits Kellie Castle, former home of the artistic Lorimer family

  • Balbirnie

    Anita Manning and James Lewis value antiques and collectibles at Balbirnie House in Fife, including a Moorcroft pin dish and a Troika vase, before a selection are sold at auction in Edinburgh. Presenter Paul Martín also visits Falkland Palace

  • Aylesbury 5

    David Palmer joins Adam Partridge in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, as they search for more valuables to sell at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin visits the woods of Burnham Beeches and learns about pollarding

  • Aylesbury 4

    Experts David Palmer and Adam Partridge visit Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire as they search for more valuables to sell at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin visits nearby Claydon House and discovers a tale of misunderstood genius and feuding designers

  • Ashbourne 34

    Will Axon and Michael Baggot visit Ashbourne in Derbyshire, where they value items including a collection of watches and a vase. Paul Martín travels to Chatsworth House to view the portraits commissioned by the forward-thinking Cavendish family

  • Aylesbury 3

    New expert David Palmer joins Adam Partridge in Buckinghamshire as they search for more valuables to sell at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín tours the Waddesdon, the local French-inspired home of the Rothschild family

  • Barrow-in-Furness

    Paul Martín is joined by experts Anita Manning and David Barby on a visit to the Cumbrian town Barrow-in-Furness, where antiques unearthed include a Staffordshire cream jug and a coin worth its weight in gold. Paul also discovers the inspiration behind Arthur Ransome's children's adventure stories

  • Barrow-in-Furness

    The team heads for Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria, where Anita Manning spots a fruit bowl that may have come from Norway. David Barby examines a model of a Tilbury tank train, and Paul Martin visit the nearby island of Piel, which has its own king

  • Blackburn 28

    Experts Michael Baggot and Adam Partridge value items in Blackburn, Lancashire, where valuable finds include an Isherwood painting and a piece of Finnish silver. Presenter Paul Martín also discovers the story behind a group of local dialect poets

  • Blackburn 29

    Experts Michael Baggot and Adam Partridge visit Blackburn in Lancashire, where items brought along include a pistol, two Irish seascapes and a cracked pair of Moorcroft vases. Presenter Paul Martín also takes time out to discover what Accrington has in common with New York

  • Blackburn 2

    Experts Michael Baggot and Adam Partridge visit Blackburn in Lancashire to value the treasured possessions of members of the public, and presenter Paul Martín discovers the story behind a group of local dialect poets

  • Blackburn 1

    The team heads to Blackburn in Lancashire, where items of interest include a pistol and a whale vertebra purchased at a car-boot sale, while presenter Paul Martín learns the history of whippet racing and discovers what the local town of Accrington has in common with New York

  • Bexhill-on-Sea 63

    Antiques experts Michael Baggot and David Fletcher examine items belonging to members of the public in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, including an art deco children's clock and a painting that could be worth thousands of pounds. Elsewhere, Paul Martín visits the site of the Battle of Hastings

  • Bexhill-on-Sea 64

    Antiques experts Michael Baggott and David Fletcher head to Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, to value hidden treasures brought in by members of the public. Among the items that could go to auction are a butter dish purchased at a jumble sale for 50p, and an 18th-century Chinese porcelain tankard. Plus, Paul Martín visits the former home of author Rudyard Kipling

  • Blackburn 30

    Michael Baggott and Adam Partridge head for Blackburn, where they discover a Peter Pan book signed by the illustrator, and a whale bone purchased at a car boot sale. Meanwhile, Paul Martin explores the history of whippet racing

  • Blackpool 2

    Paul Martín and the team value items at Blackpool Tower Circus. James Lewis examines an assortment of watches that have been in the back of a wardrobe for years and David Fletcher gets his hands on a pistol dating back to the Battle of Waterloo, however a collection of military medals could outshine them both. Paul looks around Lancashire's oldest family home and its antiques amassed by 14 generations

  • Bognor Regis

    Catherine Southon and Charlie Ross visit Bognor Regis, West Sussex, where finds include a 1940s collection of exotic butterflies that could get a good price at auction in Chichester. Plus, Paul Martin visits the South Downs, where he examines the secrets of hot-air ballooning

  • Bognor Regis

    The team visits Bognor Regis, West Sussex, where Catherine Southon spots a pair of dainty opera glasses, and Charlie Ross makes an impressive find. Paul Martín also hits the jackpot with a valuable postcard collection, visits Arundel Castle, and discovers the secrets of hot-air ballooning on the South Downs

  • Bognor Regis

    The team visits Bognor Regis, West Sussex, where Catherine Southon and Charlie Ross spot a well-travelled diamond ring that has an interesting history, and a glass vase with a big name. Plus, Paul Martín heads to a formal garden featuring a touch of humour

  • Bodmin 69

    Experts Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey help teams to locate valuable items at St Petroc's Church in Bodmin, Cornwall, and presenter Paul Martín learns about the ancient local tradition of Cornish hurling

  • Bodmin

    Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey help teams locate interesting items at St Petroc's Church in Bodmin, Cornwall, and presenter Paul Martín explores the ancient sport of Cornish wrestling

  • Bodmin 68

    Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey help teams locate interesting items at St Petroc's Church in Bodmin, Cornwall. Finds include a 1920s suitcase in excellent condition and a piece of Troika pottery. Paul Martin also discovers a local tea plantation

  • Bexhill-on-Sea 62

    Michael Baggot and David Fletcher assess items brought in by the public at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, including a collection of football memorabilia and a set of Tiffany silver spoons, before helping sell them at auction. Presenter Paul Martín monitors their progress and also visits Chiddingstone Castle in Kent

  • Bexhill-on-Sea

    Michael Baggot and David Fletcher head to De La Ware pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, where valuable finds include a collection of silver boxes and a large diamond. Paul Martín visits the gardens at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent

  • Bath

    Paul Martín is joined at the Bath Assembly Rooms by experts Anita Manning, who spots psychedelic orange vases from the 1960s, and David Barby who is drawn to a skull and crossbones corkscrew. The auction house is surprised when one owner leaves with thousands of pounds, while Paul is invited to Bath's Masonic Museum and lodge, where he delves into one of the country's oldest secret societies

  • Bath

    The team visits the 18th-century Bath Assembly Rooms, where items of interest include a clockwork music box, a clock with a nautical theme and a Moorcroft bowl. Plus, Paul Martín meets the conservation team at 16th-century Montacute House in Somerset, the day before it opens to the public

  • Basingstoke 18

    Experts Catherine Southon and James Lewis value items in Basingstoke, Hampshire, including an art nouveau bowl and an 18-carat gold pocket watch. Presenter Paul Martín takes a nostalgic journey back into the early days of motoring

  • Basingstoke 17

    Paul Martín joins experts Catherine Southon and James Lewis in Basingstoke, Hampshire, to help residents hoping to make a profit by selling their belongings at auction. Featured items include an artefact dating from 100BC and autographs of two stars of the silver screen. The presenter also learns about local tailor Thomas Burberry, who created the world-famous fashion label

  • Barrow-in-Furness

    Anita Manning and David Barby take their pick of collectibles in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, where a collection of valuable railway posters soars toward the programme's record books. Other finds include a snuff box, while Paul Martín meets a couple who have carried out an impressive restoration of an Edwardian terraced property

  • Basingstoke

    Antiques experts James Lewis and Catherine Southon visit Basingstoke to offer advice on the public's treasures, including a genuine Roman bowl, a Twenties toy car, and a copper plate with an intriguing decorative pattern. Plus, presenter Paul Martín explores the village of Hambledon in Hampshire, which was once the centre of the cricketing world

  • Bath 14

    The team heads to Bath Assembly Rooms, where David Barby encounters a collection of Polish lithograph prints which date back to the 1930s, Anita Manning meets a young dealer about to make his first purchase and a modestly valued corkscrew causes excitement. Paul Martín also visits the Grand Pier at Weston-Super-Mare

  • Bath 17

    The team heads to the Assembly Rooms in Bath, where David Barby meets a mother and son who are hoping to make a large profit on their car-boot-sale buys, and Anita Manning discovers a painting of a local scene. Meanwhile, Paul Martín examines the city's long-lasting relationship with naturally-occurring hot mineral water

  • Belfast 21

    Experts Anita Manning and David Barby visit Belfast to meet people eager to make a profit selling their valuables, while Paul Martín takes a break from valuations to find out about the Irish frame drum

  • Belfast 22

    Paul Martín visits Belfast City Hall, where experts David Barby and Anita Manning meet people eager to sell their valuables at auction

  • Belfast 20

    Paul Martin visits Belfast to meet people eager to make a profit selling their antiques and collectibles, with expert advice from Anita Manning and David Barby. The presenter also finds time to visit Mount Stewart on the shore of Strangford Lough

  • Bath 24

    The team visits Bath, where Catherine Southon and Jethro Marles are on hand to provide expert advice. Plus, presenter Paul Martín heads to Bristol to find out about the SS Great Britain

  • Bath 22

    Paul Martin presents from the Pavilion in Bath, where experts Catherine Southon and Jethro Marles size up the city's antiques and collectibles. Paul also explores the venue's elegant architecture in an attempt to find out more about the men who built it

  • Bath 23

    Catherine Southon and Jethro Marles provide their expert opinions in Bath, while Paul Martín visits the city's Roman baths. A model ship built by prisoners of war in Bristol proves the biggest attraction at the auction

  • Coventry

    Michael Baggott and Will Axon value items in the setting of Coventry Cathedral, including a selection of Japanese carvings, a collection of silver and a tobacco box, which the owner hopes will match the same price achieved by a similar piece earlier in the series

  • Coventry

    The team visits Coventry Transport Museum, where experts Claire Rawle and Charlie Ross value items brought in by the public, including a possible Rembrandt painting, while presenter Paul Martín explores the city's music history and takes time to appreciate the Two Tone movement

  • Harrogate 32

    James Lewis and Thomas Plant visit the spa town of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, to value articles brought in by members of the public before taking them to auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martín takes time out to visit Fairfax House in York, home to one of Britain's finest collections of 18th-century furniture

  • Harrogate 34

    Experts James Lewis and Thomas Plant work hard valuing the people of Harrogate's treasures, while Paul Martin visits the historic ruins of Fountains Abbey

  • Harrogate

    James Lewis and Thomas Plant visit Harrogate, North Yorkshire to value and articles brought in by members of the public before they are put up for auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martin takes time out to visit Bettys, a famous old tearoom in the spa town

  • Harlow 6

    Experts Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey help people in Harlow, Essex, make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín investigates the nearby spy museum

  • Harlow

    Experts Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross gather a selection of antiques to sell at auction in Harlow, Essex, including a Japanese pot. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín visits a private collector of flintlock guns and finds out about the history of duelling

  • Harlow 5

    Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey head for Harlow in Essex to appraise more valuable heirlooms before sending them to auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits Paycocke's, a stately home in nearby Coggeshall, to examine the building's extraordinary Tudor architecture

  • Hartlepool 31

    Antiques and collectibles experts David Barby and Philip Serrell visit Hartlepool, where they provide bidders at auction with advice in their search for valuable trinkets. Paul Martin visits St Andrew's Church in Roker, an extraordinary example of arts and crafts-inspired architecture and design

  • Hartlepool 32

    Antiques and collectibles experts David Barby and Philip Serrell visit Hartlepool, Co Durham, where they provide bidders at auction with advice in their search for valuable trinkets that include a Biba dress and a treacle glazed ceramic lion. Presenter Paul Martin finds out about the German bombardment of Heugh Battery in December 1914

  • Henley 75

    Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon search for collectibles at Henley-on-Thames town hall. They value an enamelled Russian silver spoon, a carved parasol and a piece of Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron's work, before trying to make a profit at Christie's auction house in London. Presented by Paul Martín

  • Hereford 6

    Adam Partridge and Christina Trevanion value objects at Hereford Cathedral, where one item goes over the £1,000 mark at auction. Paul Martín reveals his craft-making skills as he tries to create a traditional wooden stool

  • Henley

    Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey offer advice to two teams of antique-hunters in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, examining items including a silver fruit stand. Presenter Paul Martin also visits a chapel that is home to a collection of paintings by Stanley Spencer

  • Henley

    Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon offer advice to two teams of antiques hunters in Henley, Oxfordshire, examining items including a pair of Beswick budgies. Presenter Paul Martin also visits Greys Court, once home to a former chair of the Women's Institute

  • Hartlepool 33

    David Barby and Philip Serrell are on hand to offer advice to individuals trying to sell their antiques at auction in Hartlepool. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín goes aboard Trincomalee, a ship moored in the new-look harbour

  • Hartlepool & Swansea

    Two port towns take up the challenge of finding the best items to take to auction, with contestants from Swansea hoping an antique pistol and a Moorcroft vase will beat their Hartlepool rivals' saxophone and Clarice Cliff pottery. Presented by Paul Martín

  • Hampshire 43

    The programme heads to HMS Warrior in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, where Will Axon and Michael Baggott examine elaborate Chinese vases and Mexican candlesticks made from ancient stone. Plus, discovering the history of the New Forest through the eyes of its resident ponies. Presented by Paul Martín

  • Hampshire 41

    The programme heads to HMS Warrior in Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard, where Will Axon and Michael Baggott find two items that make large profits for their owners. Plus, a visit HMS Victory, where a walk is taken on Horatio Nelson's deck. Presented by Paul Martín

  • Folkestone

    Presenter Paul Martín joins experts Nigel Smith and Philip Serrell in Folkestone, Kent, where they value people's treasures in a bid to help them make money from old belongings

  • Folkestone 28

    Items are valued in Folkestone, Kent, by experts Mark Stacey and Nick Hall. Host Paul Martin finds the time to investigate the work of Victorian gothic designer EW Pugin at the house he built in Ramsgate

  • Flog It! (Lancaster)

    Anita Manning and Philip Serrell value family treasures in Lancaster, and Paul Martín climbs to the top of the town to tell the story of an amazing local structure

  • Exmouth 40

    Will Axon and Christina Trevanion values items brought in by members of the public at Exmouth Pavilion, Devon, including a lace-making machine and a collection of silver. Elsewhere, Paul Martín helps an artist make driftwood sculptures of horses

  • Exeter 8

    David Barby and Will Axon offer the benefit of their antiques expertise to the people of Exeter, while Paul Martín explores the work of British sculptors Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore

  • Exmouth

    Will Axon and Christina Trevanion visit Exmouth in Devon, where they value collectibles including a solid gold lighter and a 19th-century painting. Presenter Paul Martín also visits the South Devon Railway

  • Folkestone 28

    The team visits Folkestone, Kent, where experts Mark Stacey and Nick Hall offer advice on antiques brought to the valuation day, and Paul Martín investigates the work of Victorian architect Augustus Pugin at the house he built in nearby Ramsgate

  • Folkestone 29

    Presenter Paul Martin joins experts Mark Stacey and Nick Hall in Folkestone, Kent, to value people's treasures in a bid to help them make money from old belongings. He also travels to France for some cheese and wine tasting

  • Great Yarmouth

    Paul Martin meets people in Great Yarmouth eager to earn money selling their antiques, which include a scruffy but valuable teddy bear. He also scours a Suffolk beach for pieces of amber and visits Nelson's childhood home

  • Guildford 21

    Antiques experts James Lewis and Mark Stacey value antiques at Guildford Cathedral, including a collection of Doulton dogs, a mahogany window seat and an unusual ring. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín looks at the role local people played in the the venue's construction

  • Glasgow 52

    The team heads to the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow, where James Lewis is surprised by the contents of a small circular box and Will Axon focuses on four silk postcards sent from the battlefields during the First World War. Plus, Paul Martín visits artist and willow weaver Lise Bech and tries his hand at basket making

  • Glasgow 50

    The team heads to the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow, where James Lewis is enticed by a mysterious oriental vase and Will Axon focuses on a vesta and cigarette case collection. Paul Martín visits the former home of sculptor George Wyllie in the town of Gourock

  • Glasgow

    The team heads to the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow, where experts James Lewis and Will Axon value items brought in by the public, including a French clock and a silver jug, in a bid to earn easy money for the owners at auction. Presenter Paul Martín explores the museum's collection of more than 9,000 objects amassed by Scottish shipping magnate William Burrell

  • Glasgow 49

    The team heads to the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow, where James Lewis is enticed by a rare memento from a music legend and Will Axon focuses on a piece of Royal Worcester that has been saved from a skip. Paul Martín takes a look at the museum's most visited treasure, a painting by Salvador Dali

  • Hereford 7

    While experts Adam Partridge and Christina Trevanion value objects at Hereford Cathedral, Paul Martín manages to get his hands on a Hoffner guitar originally played by Alvin Stardust. The presenter also visits nearby Berrington Hall and explores it from the perspective of the servants who used to work there

  • Hereford 9

    Adam Partridge and Christina Trevanion value objects at Hereford Cathedral, while Paul Martín explores the story of the building's stonemasons and the challenges they have faced through the centuries. Plus, a performance by the Hereford Police Male Choir

  • Kilmarnock

    James Lewis and David Fletcher head for the Ayrshire town of Kilmarnock, where they come across a battered concertina found in a bin. Meanwhile, Paul Martin heads for the town's castle to get a closer look at some of the rare pieces on show in the armoury

  • Kilmarnock 1

    Experts James Lewis and David Fletcher view items brought by the public to the Palace Theatre in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, including a collection of Mauchlinware. Presenter Paul Martín also visits the only factory in the world still making Nottingham lace, and tells the story of Alexander Fleming - the man who discovered penicillin

  • Kilmarnock

    James Lewis and David Fletcher value antiques and collectibles in Kilmarnock, including a painting that was found in a skip and a 50-year-old train set. Presenter Paul Martín also enjoys a guided tour of an exhibition dedicated to Ayrshire innovators

  • Kilmarnock

    Experts James Lewis and David Fletcher view items brought by the public to the Prince's Theatre in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, with a huge collection of Mauchlinware going under the hammer. Presenter Paul Martin also visits the world's only surviving Nottingham Lace factory, where the original machines are going strong after 100 years

  • Kidderminster 74

    Experts Phillip Serrell and Kate Bliss value items at Kidderminster's town hall, including an unusual wooden dog orchestra and a collection of watches. Paul Martin also visits nearby Moseley Old Hall to learn about its fascinating history

  • Kidderminster 75

    Antiques experts Phillip Serrell and Kate Bliss value items in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, while Paul Martín visits Birmingham, where he discovers the last remaining example of housing for factory workers

  • King's Lynn 4

    Paul Martín meets people in King's Lynn, Norfolk, who are eager to earn money selling their valuables at auction, and takes a look at the local tulips. Experts Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot are on hand to estimate the price of each object at the valuation day

  • King's Lynn 5

    Experts Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot meet people in King's Lynn, Norfolk, who are eager to earn money selling their valuables at auction. Presenter Paul Martin ventures off to learn what life was like for mill owners in days gone by

  • Leeds

    Mark Harnden presents as experts David Barby and Nigel Smith travel to Leeds to view antiques brought in by members of the public, and predict how much they will make when they go under the hammer at auction

  • Leeds

    Mark Harnden and the team travel to Leeds, where the locals have their treasures valued by experts David Barby and Kate Alcock before deciding whether to sell them at auction. First shown in 2002

  • Lancaster 30

    Experts Anita Manning and Philip Serrell are in Lancaster, where members of the public are invited to try to make money out of their antiques by taking a risk at auction. Presenter Paul Martín visits Gillows, one of Britain's leading furniture-makers

  • Lancaster 29

    Antiques experts Anita Manning and Phillip Serrell cast an eye over goods in Lancaster, and Paul Martín visits Morecambe Sands with local celebrity and sand pilot Cedric Robinson

  • King's Lynn 6

    Paul Martin meets people in King's Lynn, Norfolk, who are eager to earn money selling their valuables at auction, with Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot on hand to estimate the value of each object and give expert advice

  • King's Lynn & Yeovil

    Paul Martín visits Yeovil, Somerset, and King's Lynn in Norfolk as experts Michael Baggott, James Lewis, Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot value items to sell at auction, including a cold-painted bronze and a Moorcroft sugar shaker

  • Kidderminster 73

    Antiques experts Philip Serrell and Kate Bliss value items in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, including clockwork toys, which cause a surprise when they are auctioned, and a vase brought in by the former mayor and mayoress of the town. Paul Martín also visits houses that were carved out of limestone

  • Isle of Wight 1

    The team visits the Isle of Wight, where they discover 'small' really is beautiful, and Paul Martín sets sail in a historic, record-breaking yacht

  • Hertfordshire 56

    The team visits Ashridge House, near Berkhamstead, in Hertfordshire. Paul Martín is joined by antiques experts Thomas Plant and Claire Rawle, who pick their favourite treasures brought in by the 600-strong crowd, including a Victorian pocket watch and an Anglo-Indian chessboard made from ivory and tortoise shell. Plus, Paul travels to the village of Much Hadham, where sculptor Henry Moore lived and worked for 46 years

  • Hove

    Paul Martín joins experts James Braxton and David Barby in Hove, Sussex, where they discover items the residents have reclaimed from their attics and brought in for valuation

  • Hertfordshire 55

    Paul Martín and the team examine antiques at Ashridge House, Hertfordshire. Thomas Plant discovers a smokers' cabinet, while a piece of art designed for Birmingham's first tower blocks in the 1960s catches the eye of Claire Rawle. Paul also takes time out to explore Wallington - the small village that became home to George Orwell in the 1930s and inspired his best-selling novel Animal Farm

  • Hertfordshire 54

    Paul Martín and the team examine antiques at Ashridge House, Hertfordshire. Thomas Plant discovers a marble cupid statue while a 19th-century brass microscope with an extensive collection of botanical slides catches the eye of Claire Rawle. Plus, the presenter takes time out to explore art at the Henry Moore Foundation in Much Hadham, which houses the largest collection of Moore's work

  • Herne Bay

    Mark Stacey and Kate Bateman value items in Herne Bay, Kent, including a set of flicker books and a majestic bronze stag. Paul Martín visits the former home of Charles Dickens, Gads Hill Place in Rochester, as he examines the author's life and work

  • Herne Bay

    Kate Bateman and Mark Stacey value items in Herne Bay, Kent, including a pair of bronze vases and a Moorcroft cruet set. Presenter Paul Martín also visits a castle in Rochester, which boasts the highest keep in England

  • Hungerford

    Guest presenter Mark Harnden travels to Hungerford, Berkshire, to meet people eager to make a profit by selling their antiques and valuables, with experts Philip Serrell and Thomas Plant on hand to give their advice on what they might make at auction

  • Ipswich 19

    Paul Martín takes a tour around Anglesey Abbey - the home of collector Lord Fairhaven - and meets people from Ipswich who are eager to make a profit by selling their valuables at auction

  • Isle of Wight

    Experts Will Axon and Kate Bateman visit the Isle of Wight, where they discover a wooden truncheon and a portrait with an unusual tale. Paul Martin heads out to Alum Bay to see the iconic Needles landmark, and gets involved in the island's craft of sand art

  • Isle of Wight

    Will Axon and Kate Bateman go antique-hunting in Cowes Yacht Haven on the Isle of Wight. An abandoned part of a disused paddle steamer gets a new lease of life, and Paul Martín meets an artist who paints award-winning miniature pictures

  • Isle of Wight

    Will Axon and Kate Bateman examine the public's treasures in the nautical town of Cowes on the Isle of Wight, including a portrait with an unusual tale and a Hornby train. Paul Martín goes in search of a collection of model railways, and finds one that fills an entire garden

  • Isle of Wight

    Presenter Paul Martín, together with experts Will Axon and Kate Bateman, visits the Cowes Yacht Club on the Isle of Wight. Among the maritime treasures discovered are a ship's clock and a painting that spent years in a wardrobe

  • Ipswich 20

    Paul Martin unearths the story of a priceless collection of Roman silver when he finds buried treasure in a small Suffolk town. James Lewis and Adam Partridge discover gems of their own at the valuation day in Ipswich

  • Ipswich 21

    James Lewis and Adam Partridge help members of the public get items valued at the Corn Exchange in Ipswich before they are put up for auction in Diss. Paul Martín travels to Norwich to discover the unusual secret of the wood used by furniture designer John Barnard

  • Exeter 7

    David Barby and Will Axon provide expert opinion at the valuation tables in Exeter, while Paul Martin gets the opportunity to learn from a pro how to play croquet

  • Exeter 60

    Paul Martín, Caroline Hawley and Mark Stacey head to Dartmoor, where items of interest include a platinum disc awarded for Coldplay's 2005 album X&Y, which is signed by the band's members. Plus, an expert in America talks about a walking stick that is associated with General Tom Thumb

  • Doncaster 16

    Experts Catherine Southon and Adam Partridge help to find valuable items in Doncaster, while Paul Martín meets an unusual furniture-maker

  • Doncaster 17

    Adam Partridge and Catherine Southon meet members of the public in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, who are hoping to sell valuable items at auction for a tidy profit. Meanwhile, Paul Martín learns about the lives of child labourers during the Industrial Revolution

  • Derbyshire 7

    Paul Martín is joined by Michael Baggott and Caroline Hawley for a visit to Haddon Hall in Derbyshire, where a large silver bowl and an early tin-plate toy catch the experts' eyes. Plus, the presenter learns about how beer would have been brewed in medieval times

  • Derby 11

    Paul Martín meets people hoping to make a profit from their antiques in Derby, where the finds include an elegant station wall clock, a unique collection of razors and an immaculate working toy train set. The presenter also visits the Marmite factory in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire. With experts Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott

  • Derby

    Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott value items in the historic city of Derby, including a lady's writing desk, a Corgi car set and an art deco cocktail watch. Presenter Paul Martin also visits a prize-winning bull and learns how one man revolutionised British cattle

  • Derby

    Experts Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott visit Derby, where items up for valuation include a German painting with a moving history, a pair of Disney figurines and a supposed 18-carat diamond ring. Plus, Paul Martín takes part in a crash course on Bushcraft survival

  • Doncaster 18

    Experts Adam Partridge and Catherine Southon meet members of the public in Doncaster who are hoping to sell valuable items at auction for a tidy profit. Meanwhile, Paul Martin takes a look around a rather unusual House of Fun

  • Doncaster & Rochdale

    Residents of Doncaster and Rochdale compete to locate the best antiques for resale at auction, and their finds include two Worcester vases and a Black Forest bear inkwell. Extended edition of the show, presented by Paul Martín

  • Dorchester 6

    Mark Stacey and David Fletcher look for valuable items in Dorchester, Dorset, and they come across trench art from the First World War and a 19th-century pistol. Presenter Paul Martín takes a tour of Portland Bill lighthouse with the last keeper to serve there

  • Dorchester 9

    Mark Stacey and David Fletcher value items in Dorchester, Dorset, including a 1938 autographed cricket bat and an unusual Clarice Cliff plate. Presenter Paul Martín visits the Tank Museum at Bovington Camp, where he explores the history of the armoured vehicle from the First World War to the present day

  • Dorchester 5

    Mark Stacey and David Fletcher value items in Dorchester, Dorset, including a 1938 autographed cricket bat and an unusual Clarice Cliff plate. Presenter Paul Martín visits the Tank Museum at Bovington Camp, where he explores the history of the armoured vehicle from the First World War to the present day

  • Dorchester 14

    Mark Stacey and David Fletcher view antiques brought in by members of the public to the Dorford Centre in Dorchester, including a carved cane that could do well at auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martin learns interesting facts about one of Dorset's more well-known former residents - Lawrence of Arabia

  • Dorchester 11

    Mark Stacey and David Fletcher view antiques brought in by members of the public to the Dorford Centre in Dorchester. Among the items they appraise are a pin cushion doll, a Royal Doulton Black Jack and a globe, which turns out to be the day's star item. Presenter Paul Martín looks at the geology of Dorset's Chesil beach

  • Dorchester 12

    Mark Stacey and David Fletcher look for valuable items in Dorchester, Dorset, and they come across some trench art from the First World War and a 19th-century pistol, while presenter Paul Martín takes a tour of Portland Bill Lighthouse with the keeper

  • Derby

    Antiques enthusiast Paul Martín travels to Derby where he meets people eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction. Expert advice is provided by James Braxton and Nigel Smith

  • Darlington 15

    Adam Partridge and Will Axon head for Darlington, County Durham, where locals ask them to value an antique spice tower and a small but impressive vase. Meanwhile, Paul Martín visits the childhood home of Lewis Carroll to discover whether the Victorian author's youthful abode might have inspired his famous stories

  • Coventry 25

    James Lewis and Charlie Ross value a selection of items in the setting of Coventry Transport Museum, before choosing their favourite antiques to take to auction. Plus, Paul Martín learns about the history of Warwick Castle

  • Coventry 26

    The team visits Coventry Cathedral, where experts Will Axon and Michael Baggot value items including a collection of Clarice Cliff and a trio of watches. Paul Martín also explores the truth behind the city's legend of Lady Godiva

  • Coventry 25

    Paul Martín, Michael Baggott and Will Axon visit Coventry Cathedral, where members of the public present their most cherished heirlooms for valuation. Items coming under scrutiny include a set of furniture dating back more than 100 years, and a collection of Beswick animal figurines. Paul is also given the chance to scrutinise the drawings of influential designer Gordon Russell

  • Coventry 24

    Claire Rawle and Charlie Ross value a selection of items in the setting of Coventry's Transport Museum before choosing their favourite antiques to take to auction. Plus, Paul Martín learns about Alvis cars and takes one for a spin

  • Coventry

    Paul Martin heads to Coventry, where he is joined by experts Kevin Jackson and David Barby to value items brought in by the public

  • Coventry 22

    Claire Rawle and James Lewis visit Coventry's Transport Museum, where a remarkable item is spotted and a 1948 London Olympic torch is put up for auction. Plus, Paul Martín explores the city's architecture, focusing on the medieval buildings that survived the Blitz and controversial new developments

  • Crathes Castle 41

    Anita Manning and Adam Patridge search for collectibles at Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire, where they value items including Wemyss pottery and a microscope. Paul Martín also learns about the building's history, revealing its connection to Robert the Bruce

  • Crathes Castle 44

    Paul Martín is joined by Anita Manning and Adam Partridge at Crathes Castle, Aberdeenshire, where the antique experts focus their attention on two rosewood whist markers and a silver tea service. Paul also visits the Aberdeen Art Gallery to learn more about the work of 19th-century artist James Cromar Watt

  • Darlington 13

    Paul Martín and the team visit Darlington, Co Durham, where experts Adam Partridge and Will Axon value items including Austrian postcards, a tea caddy and a set of medals that almost did not make it to valuation day. Paul also gets the chance to spend time with the Cleveland Mounted Police

  • Darlington 14

    Paul Martín is joined by antiques experts Will Axon and Adam Partridge in Darlington, County Durham, a town renowned for its railways, to value items belonging to the public. He also gets the chance to find out about a new piece of railway history

  • Cumbria

    The team heads for Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria, where Anita Manning is captivated by some Victorian needlework. David Barby views a collection of artwork that leaves him almost lost for words, and Paul Martín indulges his passion for history by taking a trip that sees him rubbing shoulders with royalty

  • Crawley 8

    Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross visit Crawley, West Sussex, to help people find bargains and to make a profit at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin learns about Britain's oldest licensed airport

  • Crawley 6

    Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross value items brought in by members of the public in Crawley, West Sussex, before helping the owners decide whether to take them to auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin plays bowls with former world champion Tony Allcock

  • Crawley 7

    Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross visit Crawley to help people make a profit by selling their valuables at auction. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin learns about the art of mounted skill at arms

  • Dover

    Catherine Southern and Mark Stacey appraise antiques and collectibles at Dover Town Hall. Among the finds is a teddy bear that shows signs of being made by the German firm Steiff. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martín visits three large sculptural relics that are part of Kent's military past

  • Dover

    Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon value items in Dover, including three Shelley jugs and a collection of Moorcroft vases. Paul Martin finds a Ludwig snare drum and takes time out to investigate tunnels that played a fundamental part in the Second World War and the evacuation of Dunkirk

  • Edinburgh 9

    Paul Martín meets people eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction in Edinburgh, where finds include a small ivory trinket box and an example of Monart. The presenter also visits the Scottish Parliament. With expert advice from James Lewis and Adam Partridge

  • Ely

    Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot travel to Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, where they appraise collectibles including a charm bracelet and a set of Russian cutlery. Paul Martín explores the building's history and investigates the ancient trade of eel catching

  • Edinburgh 7

    Paul Martin meets people eager to earn easy money selling their valuables at auction in Edinburgh, where finds include two watercolours and a ship's log book from the 18th century with links to the American War of Independence. Plus, the presenter visits Scottish artist Barbara Rae to learn about the history behind her work. With expert advice from James Lewis and Adam Partridge

  • Edinburgh

    Paul Martín and the team visit the Our Dynamic Earth centre in Edinburgh. Antiques experts James Lewis and Adam Partridge are on hand to value items, including a Meissen tea set in mint condition and an advertising gimmick designed by a famous Scottish artist. Paul also discovers more about the area's mining heritage

  • Eastbourne 18

    Mark Stacey and Jethro Marles visit Eastbourne to offer valuations on antiques brought to them by members of the public, while Paul Martín samples wine at a vineyard in a valley on the South Downs

  • Eastbourne 19

    Presenter Paul Martín takes a nostalgic look at the British seaside holiday and explores the resort of Eastbourne in East Sussex. Mark Stacey and Jethro Marles take a look at the locals' antiques and collectibles in the town hall

  • Ely 20

    Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot search for valuable finds at an antiques fair at Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, and Paul Martín heads for Newmarket, Suffolk, to examine the origins of the illustrious Jockey Club

  • Ely 21

    Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Elizabeth Talbot value items at Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, including a 20th-century cat and a pair of paintings the sisters-in-law owners of which hope are worth £4,000. Plus, presenter Paul Martin investigates the ancient trade of eel catching

  • Exeter 59

    Paul Martín, Caroline Hawley and Mark Stacey head to Exeter Cathedral, where they examine a 19th-century 3D sewing work created by a 13-year-old girl, and uncover the origins of a First World War postcard album and a travelling communion set. Presenter Paul Martín also visits Plymouth to reveal Francis Drake's chequered past

  • Exeter 6

    Experts Will Axon and David Barby take a look at valuables brought in by members of the public in Exeter. Meanwhile, Paul Martín pays a visit to a very modern castle

  • Exeter 58

    The team heads to Exeter in Devon, where Paul Martín visits the summer house of acclaimed novelist Agatha Christie. The famous cathedral also plays host to the valuation day, and Caroline Hawley and Mark Stacey put their skills to the test at auction

  • Exeter 57

    The team heads to Exeter Cathedral, where Caroline Hawley and Mark Stacey examine a pristine William IV tea set and a page from a 13th-century pocket bible. Presenter Paul Martín visits the Sharpham Estate on the banks of the river Dart to learn about photography from a professional

  • Ely 75

    Experts Elizabeth Talbot and Charlie Ross examine items brought into a valuation day at Ely Cathedral in Cambridgeshire, including a long-hidden vase and a table decoration. Presenter Paul Martín studies a few of the unexpected treasures to be found in the cathedral itself

  • Essex 56

    Paul Martín and the team visit Layer Marney Tower in rural Essex, where antiques experts Elizabeth Talbot and Philip Serrell examine items brought in by members of the public, including an object of great mystery. Meanwhile, the presenter visits a stately home inhabited by the SAS in the Second World War

  • Eastbourne 17

    Antiques gurus Jethro Marles and Mark Stacey lend their expert advice in Eastbourne, while Paul Martín visits an artist who uses ancient techniques to produce contemporary masterpieces

  • Duxford 13

    Members of the public gather at the Imperial War Museum Duxford in Cambridgeshire to present their antiques to James Lewis and Christina Trevanion. Among the items are an enormous Chinese ceramic foot bath, and three pendants. Paul Martín also visits the exquisite rooms of Audley End, a local stately home

  • Dulwich 33

    Michael Baggott and Kate Bateman offer advice to two teams of antique-hunters at Dulwich College in London, where they value a Steiff monkey and a silver Russian goblet. Presenter Paul Martín also visits St Paul's Cathedral, learning about Christopher Wren's design

  • Dulwich 34

    Paul Martín is joined by Kate Bateman and Michael Baggott at Dulwich College, south-east London, where valuable finds include a mosaic brooch and a gold bracelet. Plus, Paul crosses the Thames to visit the Design museum on the South Bank

  • Dudley 24

    Paul Martin, along with antiques experts Adam Partridge and Thomas Plant, search for bargains in Dudley, West Midlands. Items include an unusual piece of marine taxidermy, napkin rings and a train set. Paul also heads to Dudley's Museum to get an insight into the work of local artist Percy Shakespeare

  • Dudley

    Experts Adam Partridge and Thomas Plant value items at Dudley Concert Hall, including napkin rings, a train set and an unusual piece of marine taxidermy. Presenter Paul Martín visits the town's museum to learn about the work of local artist Percy Shakespeare, who was killed in the Second World War

  • Dover 14

    Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon value antiques in Dover Town Hall, where they find a Meissen figurine and a Minton jardiniere, before heading to an auction in Canterbury. Meanwhile, Paul Martin meets a local woman who has swum the English Channel

  • Dudley

    Experts Adam Partridge and Thomas Plant value items in Dudley in the West Midlands, including a diamond cocktail watch and bangle, a turtle-shell casket and a bronze art-deco figure. Presenter Paul Martín also learns about legendary local brand-name Land Rover, and gets behind the wheel to try his hand at off-road driving

  • Dulwich 36

    The team heads to Dulwich College in south-east London, where Michael Baggott finds a collection of Clarice Cliff and Kate Bateman looks at a book of kimono patterns. Paul Martín visits the British Film Institute

  • Dulwich 71

    The team heads to Dulwich College in south-east London, where Michael Baggott falls in love with a Chinese censer, and Kate Bateman casts her eye over a collection of bronze animals. Paul Martín visits the Dulwich Picture Gallery

  • Duxford 10

    Members of the public gather at the Imperial War Museum Duxford in Cambridgeshire to present their antiques to James Lewis and Christina Trevanion. Among the items are an unusual art nouveau Liberty opera coat and a picture thought to have been painted by a famous British artist. Paul Martín also tours the museum's conservation department, currently home to a B-17 Flying Fortress

  • Duxford 12

    Members of the public gather at the Imperial War Museum Duxford in Cambridgeshire to present their antiques to James Lewis and Christina Trevanion. Among the items are a prototype for a calculator and a collection of First World War medals. Paul Martín also investigates the story of the Battle of Britain and the role played the Hawker Hurricane alongside the more famous Spitfire

  • Durham 9

    Paul Martin and the experts examine a selection of antiques in Durham. The presenter also visits Raby Castle to learn about the local craft of stick-dressing

  • Dunstable 12

    The team visits Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire, where experts Thomas Plant and Michael Baggott value a range of antiques and collectibles including a child's tea set and Michael's favourite find in the show's history - a small silver item. Paul Martín also travels to nearby Dunstable to observe one of the town's best-known landmarks

  • Dunstable

    Experts Thomas Plant and Michael Baggott visit Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire, where valuable finds include a Victorian carriage clock and a rocking horse with an interesting story, while Paul Martín takes to the skies from nearby RAF Halton

  • Dunstable

    Thomas Plant and Michael Baggott visit Whipsnade Zoo, Bedfordshire, where valuable finds include a signed book by John Lennon and a music box. Meanwhile, Paul Martín explores the officers' mess at RAF Halton

  • Leicester 35

    Paul Martín meets people in Leicester eager to make a profit selling their valuables at auction, with expert advice from Adam Partridge and Charlie Ross. In a programme recorded before the discovery of Richard III's remains beneath a car park in the city, Paul investigates the bad reputation the last king of the House of York reportedly had and travels to the site of the Battle of Bosworth in which he was killed

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