A piano stool, a vintage telephone and a magic lantern are restored.
Sarah Moore finds an Arts and Crafts-style bench, a leather sofa and a Victorian cabinet.
Flog It! revisits some of the stunning locations from this series.
Anita Manning and Nick Davies put values on Reading's antiques and collectibles.
Natasha Raskin Sharp is at the helm as Bargain Hunt visits the Westpoint Arena.
In the repair shop, a Gothic clock, a wooden flying fish and an accordion are restored.
Among Sarah Moore's finds are pile of old floorboards and a wooden tea trolley.
Fiona Bruce and the team head to Burton Constable Hall near Hull.
The team visit Europe's biggest naval aviation museum - the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
Sarah Moore rescues three tip-bound items in Witley.
Tim Wonnacott presents from the Staffordshire County Showground.
Sarah Moore saves things from being dumped and transforms them into bespoke pieces.
Flog It! comes from Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow.
Flog It! celebrates its 1,000th episode, from Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire.
Eric Knowles and the team are at the East of England Showground in Peterborough.
Sarah Moore finds an old wall cabinet, a pair of metal bench ends and a fashion mannequin.
Items of interest include a biscuit barrel shaped like a Scottish curling stone.
Jay Blades finds a battered blue suitcase, a red wing-back chair and a Formica tabletop.
Paul Martin uncovers the colourful characters of the historic Ugbrooke family in Devon.
Jay Blades saves a laundry basket, a tired reclining chair and an oak writing bureau.
The Flog It! team visit the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
Sarah rescues some colourful suede hides, a vintage radio and a set of microphone stands.
Tim Wonnacott is at the Lincolnshire Showground, with Paul Laidlaw and Charles Hanson.
Charlie Ross presents from the Detling International Antiques and Collectors Fair in Kent.
Sarah Moore finds a boring old bookcase, four oak chairs and some old wallpaper.
Paul Martin visits Althorp in Northamptonshire with experts Charles Hanson and Will Axon.
Items brought along include the first transatlantic airmail letter and a bronze figure.
Tim Wonnacott presides over the antique-hunting action in Hay-on-Wye.
Paul Martin visits Herstmonceux Castle with experts Jonathan Pratt and James Lewis.
Charlie Ross presents from Wetherby Racecourse with Paul Laidlaw and Philip Serrell.
Sarah rescues some military bags, some old pipes and a collection of vintage saws.
Nicholas Parsons and Gyles Brandreth scour Surrey for antiques to take to auction.
Claire Rawle gambles on some Shelley porcelain to do well at auction.
Items of interest include a large gold and garnet pendant and a 1930s toy aeroplane.
Sarah Moore finds a mahogany dining table, a blonde Ercol sofa and a Tri-ang doll's house.
Paul Martin presents from Althorp, the ancestral home of the Spencer family.