Anita Manning and Charles Hanson scour the antique shops of west Scotland.
A collection of previously unseen finds from the show's travels around the country.
Elizabeth Talbot visits the home of one of the oldest forms of decoration in the UK.
Charlie Ross presents a double bill from the Newark antiques fair.
Sarah Moore unearths some hidden gems at the recycling centre in Altrincham.
Charlie Ross and James Braxton head to their final auction in Dorchester.
Charlie Ross presents from Sawbridgeworth, with Jonathan Pratt and Colin Young.
Charlie Ross and James Braxton travel from Glastonbury to Frome by way of Exmoor.
Michael Baggott visits the Oriental Museum in Durham.
James Braxton and Charlie Ross shop their way from Buckinghamshire to the Cotswolds.
Paul Martin presents from St Albans Cathedral and Abbey in Hertfordshire.
Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon visit Ewenny pottery in the heart of Wales.
Charlie Ross and James Braxton motor through Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire.
Paul Martin presents this edition from Grimsby Minster in North East Lincolnshire.
The team tells us everything we need to know about how to spot fakes and reproduced works.
Eric Knowles and the teams are on the island of Anglesey.
Charlie Ross and James Braxton start their trip in Kent and end at an auction in Sussex.
Paul Martin presents this edition of the antiques series from Wolverhampton Art Gallery.
The Flog It! team takes a stroll down memory lane to reflect on nostalgic items.
Items include props from the first Star Wars film and Raiders of the Lost Ark.
With Charlie Ross at the helm, the teams scour London's Portobello Road.
Natasha Raskin Sharp presents from Hungerford with Philip Serrell and Richard Madley.
Neighbours surprise a Burnham-on-Sea woman who uses her own experience to help others.
Paul Martin hosts a pop-up auction for an inspirational Gloucester woman.
This programme focuses on the work of amateur craftsmen and women.
Neighbours surprise a Belfast woman who uses her own life experience to help others.
The Flog It! team explores classic European antiques. Paul takes a look at a Dali painting
The Repair Shop team fix up beloved festive family treasures in time for Christmas.
Neighbours celebrate a Somerset nonagenarian who spends all his time helping others.
With four items salvaged from recycling centres, Sarah Moore has her work cut out.
Adam Partridge tells the fascinating story of a rare and valuable Jewish manuscript.
Anita Manning is joined by experts Catherine Southon and Danny Sebastian in Notting Hill.
Olympians Linford Christie and Katharine Merry race to make the most money from antiques.
A town supports a Welsh woman who uses her own tragic experience to help others.
Anita Manning visits the home of Sir Walter Scott.
Charlie Ross presents from the East of England Showground in Peterborough.