5/24 Two teams with cooking in common take up the Bargain Hunt challenge. (R)
22/24 Tim Wonnacott visits Brodsworth Hall, an influence on Charles Dickens's Bleak House. (R)
21/24 Tim Wonnacott is blown away by the magnificent Yellow Drawing Room at Wimpole Hall. (R)
3/24 The teams search for bargains in Barnard Castle, County Durham. (R)
1/24 It's dealers versus dealers in this edition of Bargain Hunt. (R)
20/24 Tim Wonnacott views a poignant shrine to a young boy at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. (R)
11/24 Tim Wonnacott presents as two teams go bargain hunting in London's Camden Passage. (R)
13/24 Two teams go hunting for bargain antiques in the Rheged Centre in the Lake District. (R)
23/24 Kate Bliss and David Barby help the teams, and Tim visits Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire. (R)
18/24 James Braxton and David Harper lead two teams searching for antiques in Swinderby. (R)
14/24 Two teams go hunting for bargain antiques at Haddon Hall in Derbyshire. (R)
17/24 Tim Wonnacott sees Frank Atkinson's legacy at the Beamish Museum near Newcastle-on-Tyne. (R)
4/24 A retro mobile phone is among the bargains found at a Sussex antiques fair. (R)
17/32 Tim Wonnacott and the teams visit Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collectors Fair.
12/32 Tim Wonnacott takes the two teams north of the border to Edinburgh's Ingliston Centre.
15/32 Charles Hanson and Jonathan Pratt help the teams at the East of England showground.
14/32 Tim Wonnacott and the teams visit Shepton Mallet Antiques and Collectors Fair.
13/32 Tim Wonnacott heads to Derby University, with experts Thomas Plant and Jonathan Pratt.
12/32 Tim heads off to Kedleston Hall, where he discovers something unique for holding hot nuts.
11/32 Tim Wonnacott visits designer William Morris's former home, Red House, in Bexleyheath.