25/26 Fiona Bruce and the team brave the wet weather at Oxburgh Hall in Norfolk. (R)
23/26 Objects found in Dulwich include an early illustration by madcap artist Heath Robinson. (R)
18/30 Treasures unearthed in Bath include a rare teapot and an unusual image of Hitler. (R)
BBC HD & BBC One
22/26 Items discovered include a photograph of Winston Churchill and an old theatrical costume. (R)
21/26 Fiona Bruce and the team of experts are in Dundee. (R)
19/26 Fiona Bruce and the team travel to the Bishop's Palace in Wells, Somerset. (R)
18/26 Objects include a medicine chest from early Victorian times and rare Irish plate buckets. (R)
17/26 Fiona Bruce and the team examine objects harking back to the construction of the Titanic. (R)
17/30 The team are in Bath. Items include a marble statue which requires six men to lift. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland, Scotland
24/26 Fiona Bruce and the team return to the Spa Royal Hall in Bridlington. (R)
16/26 At Bridlington's Spa Royal Hall, the team nominate their ideal age of elegance. (R)
15/26 Fiona Bruce and the team visit Dumfries House near Ayr in Scotland. (R)
20/26 Objects under scrutiny include a valuable bracelet once gifted by Queen Victoria. (R)
14/26 Items include a unique Beatles piece, a macabre Maori carving and a Russian painting. (R)
15/30 Objects of note include a rare and valuable stirrup cup and books once owned by Churchill. (R)
BBC HD & BBC One except Northern Ireland
12/26 Fiona Bruce and the team assemble on the lawns of Bodnant Garden in North Wales. (R)
11/26 At the Sage Gateshead, an item is awarded the highest valuation ever seen on the show. (R)
8/26 In Southwell Minster, the team sees the oldest toy train in the programme's history. (R)
13/26 Fiona Bruce introduces previously unscreened finds from Lanhydrock and Bodnant Garden. (R)
3/26 The team view furniture, Elvis memorabilla and a collection of Russian jewels. (R)
14/30 Fiona Bruce and the team are at Brooklands Motor Racing and Aviation Museum. (R)
BBC One except Northern Ireland
6/26 Fiona Bruce and the team visit Lanhydrock, near Bodmin in Cornwall.
5/26 A bumper edition with unscreened finds from recent visits to Althorp and Ascot.
4/26 Items valued at Ascot include the first document-copying machine and a model racehorse.
9/26 Fiona Bruce and the team head for Leeds Castle, near Maidstone in Kent.
2/26 Items under scrutiny include a writing desk, a Civil War sword and an important painting. (R)
16/30 Fiona Bruce and the experts arrive at Aberglasney Gardens in Carmarthenshire. (R)