17/32 Experts Paul Laidlaw and Keith Baker try to help the teams find bargains in Glasgow. (R)
15/32 Two teams of friends battle it out from the Norfolk Royal Showground. (R)
3/32 The bargain hunters do battle at Portobello Market, while Tim Wonnacott visits the V&A. (R)
4/32 Tim Wonnacott welcomes two teams of bargain hunters to Detling in Kent. (R)
15/32 Tim Wonnacott visits Sheffield Millennium Gallery to look at some rather fine teapots.
14/32 A Worcester cup and saucer and a Rolls Royce ashtray are among the finds in Derby.
13/32 In Wales, a pair of mediums hope their gifts will guide them to victory.
12/32 In Anglesey, James Lewis meets two barmaids who pull pints but don't pull their punches.
11/32 Tim Wonnacott serves up the history of the knife and fork in Sheffield.
10/32 Both teams have double the shopping budget as the Bargain Hunters do battle.
8/32 Two married couples are let loose in North Wales for a spot of bargain shopping.
7/32 Two teams do battle at auction in Oswestry, with Philip Serrell and David Harper.
6/32 In Anglesey, the blue team hope to win big so they can knit jumpers for bald chickens.
5/32 There's singing milkmen, tea pots, tea sets and a tea caddy in Corby.
4/32 Two more teams are put to the test at Derby University, and Tim visits Rode Hall.
3/32 Jonathan Pratt and Kate Bliss advise the teams at the Royal Welsh Showground.
2/32 Tim Wonnacott visits the home of Lord and Lady Anglesey in North Wales.
1/32 The teams do battle in Derby, with help from experts David Barby and Nick Hall.
2/32 Naval epaulettes and a catapult are among the items bought by the teams in Marlborough. (R)
1/32 Tim Wonnacott welcomes two teams of bargain hunters to Newark. (R)
24/30 A horse race board game proves to be a winner for one of the teams at Epsom Downs. (R)