17/26 Among the treasures at Tyntesfield House is an elegant silver grape holder. (R)
7/26 Objects in Cirencester include possibly the most valuable picture ever seen on the show.
BBC One except Yorkshire
16/26 Finds include a papal portrait, early maps of America, and a First World War machine gun. (R)
15/26 At King's College, Cambridge the finds include a letter from Florence Nightingale. (R)
13/26 In Cardiff, the team discover a rare Prince of Wales tea caddy. (R)
11/26 A lock of Beethoven's hair is among the treasures brought to light.
10/26 Finds include a brooch given by the Queen Mother to her head chef in 1937. (R)
6/26 Objects brought to the Royal Marines Museum include rare spoons found in pig swill.
BBC One Channel Islands, HD, London, North East & Cumbria, Northern Ireland HD, Oxfordshire, Scotland HD, Wales HD only
5/26 Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to Fountains Abbey near Ripon in Yorkshire.
4/26 Objects include a collection of lead soldiers and one of the earliest digital watches.
9/26 The team find a chastity belt on a farm and a haul of Beatles memorabilia in Hornsea. (R)
8/26 In Hampton Court, finds include a coral bracelet and a dress by Vivienne Westwood. (R)
BBC Two except Scotland
7/26 In Hampton Court, finds include a bronze produced by Rodin and a longcase clock. (R)
5/26 Finds at the Magna Centre in Rotherham include a clock given as a gift by Queen Victoria. (R)
4/26 At Witley Court in Worcestershire, finds include a drawing by LS Lowry. (R)
3/26 Treasures featured in Eastbourne include a collection of pottery with a moving story.