Ray and Anne are moving to Cyprus and want to treat their friends to a farewell meal.
Moya looks for unused items to sell in order to visit her friend Margaret in Canada.
Banoo Petit needs to raise money as she is in dire need of replacement windows.
Chris Hollins and expert Paul Hayes help travel enthusiast Shirley Guest.
Chris Hollins and John Cameron stumble upon a Roman treasure trove.
Phil Tufnell and Chris Hollins compete for the best antique deals in south-east England.
After fixing a genuine problem, Roger tries to con a woman out of several hundred pounds.
Roger poses as a rotten rat catcher to trick a woman house-sitting for her niece.
Roger tries to con Andrew into paying for a damp-proofing job he does not need.
Roger tries to fool a nineteen-year-old caught up in his games console.
A college lecturer sets up her lodger for a visit from a pretend rogue roofer.
Watchdog looks at the cost of current account extras that you may never use.
Muddy mushrooms are put in an airing cupboard to set up a toxic-mould scam.
A rogue roofer tries to con a client into a costly clean-up and roof repair.
Phoney electrician Roger turns a routine fuse box inspection into full-scale pest control.
Acting rogue electrician Roger uses a joke-shop gadget to con a client.
A sample of dry rot is used to convince a man that his floor is rotting.
A look at the eco-friendly car component that is leaving drivers with huge bills.
Roger fakes a pressure drop in a Hampshire woman's central heating system.
Roger tests the public with a pretend carbon monoxide leak and a fumigation con.
The acting rogue tradesman turns his hand to plumbing and electricity cons.
Will the public see through a solar panel con and a bogus pest control job?
An acting rogue tradesman tries to rip people off in their own homes.
Watchdog hears from the drivers struggling to declare their cars off road.
Anne Robinson and the team take a look at the companies offering to handle PPI claims.
Anne Robinson and the team expose misleading sales practices at a major high street chain.
Anne Robinson and the team take a look at soaring household energy bills.
Chris Hollins helps a woman whose bath overflowed, damaging her kitchen ceiling.
Highlights from the magazine show celebrating the nation's obsession with weather.
Family mementoes need to be sold to help provide a place for a grandmother in a care home.
The team is joined by a trio of weather legends: Bill Giles, Michael Fish and John Kettle.
The team investigate why it rains more often in the west of the country than the east.
Why Britain gets the weather it does, and why weather was crucial to the D-Day landings.
Actress Carol Harrison hopes to sell items in aid of her local charity, Whoopsadaisy.
Sanjeev Dass hopes his antiques will raise enough to pay for a family holiday to India.
John Manton hopes to raise enough cash from selling his antiques for a new set of wheels.