Gems include a Japanese ivory panel and a pristine 1950s train set.
Philip Serrell and Catherine Southon help two lively teams in Exeter.
Colin Young and David Harper help two students and their relatives in Shrewsbury.
Catherine Southon and Thomas Plant go bargain hunting with two married teams in Lewes.
At Shepton Mallet the red and blue teams go all-out for some unusual bargains.
Items include a 1938 autographed cricket bat and an unusual Clarice Cliff plate.
Tim Wonnacott hosts a celebrity edition of the antiques challenge.
Experts Paul Laidlaw and Thomas Plant help the teams at Wetherby Racecourse.
The antiques challenge arrives at Newark, with experts Catherine Southon and James Lewis.
Tim goes to Nunnington Hall to see a collection of miniature furniture in miniature rooms.
The teams scour the stalls in Edinburgh, with help from Nick Hall and Jeremy Lamond.
Paul Martin and the Flog It! team uncover fabulous finds in Weston-super-Mare.
Tim Wonnacott pays a visit to the Usher Gallery in Lincolnshire.
Bargain Hunt comes from the Three Counties Showground in Malvern.
Tim visits the Usher Gallery in Lincolnshire to see a grandfather clock collection.
Tim Wonnacott visits St Michael's Mount and discovers a clock with an important role.
The team visits Preston, where James is shockingly cheeky about some Clarice Cliff.
The teams are helped by Catherine Southon and Philip Serrell in Exeter.
Tim Wonnacott takes an excursion to visit Castle Howard in North Yorkshire.
Tim Wonnacott visits the Usher Gallery to look at paintings by Peter de Wint and LS Lowry.
David Harper and Colin Young help the teams in Shrewsbury, and Tim visits Nunnington Hall.
Expert Nick Hall bumps into a past Bargain Hunt team while helping a duo in Edinburgh.
Experts Paul Laidlaw and Thomas Plant help the teams in Yorkshire.
Tim and the teams hunt for bargains at the Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge.
Two teams of bargain hunters are let loose at the Royal Cornwall Showground in Wadebridge.
Tim Wonnacott presents a hunt for bargains from Wetherby Racecourse.
Two men reveal their knowledge of kitchen utensils to a bemused Philip Serrell in Exeter.
Tim Wonnacott and the teams are hunting for bargains in Kent at Detling Antiques Fair.
David Barby and James Braxton advise the teams at Detling Antiques Fair.
Tactical shenanigans are afoot as Philip and Catherine travel from Perth to Paisley.
Colin Young and James Lewis guide their teams through the antiques shops of Hungerford.
The antiques challenge comes from the market town of Hungerford in Berkshire.
A father and daughter duo take on a team of childhood friends in Peterborough.
One team buys an item without the advice of an expert, but how will it fare at auction?
The teams compete to find the best bargains at an antiques fair at Aintree Racecourse.
Tim Wonnacott and the bargain-hunting teams head to Peterborough.