Joining Paul Martin in the university city of Bangor are experts Mark Stacey and Adam Partridge. Among the items they value are a novelty hat and a microscope.
Paul also visits a wonderful architectural gem - Portmerion. The village was the inspiration and life's work of Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. He bought the site in 1925 and spent the next 50 years building the village, lovingly mixing architectural styles to prove that they could all live comfortably side by side. Clough was also a master of recycling and salvaged many unwanted buildings and design features to add to his creation.