Annette Norton tries to fund a world cruise by selling some of her fascinating antiques.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cornwall, Margate and Telford.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Cornwall, Glasgow and Hampshire.
Animal lovers Jack and Franziska Mower want to try to raise £300.
Angela Rippon and Jonty Hearnden help an art-lover to finance a new bathroom.
Jeannette from Shropshire wants to arrange a grand day out for her new grandson.
Margaret and Stephen Spence-Woodville hope some sporting memorabilia may fund a holiday.
Tim goes to Nunnington Hall to see a collection of miniature furniture in miniature rooms.
The red and blue teams scour Edinburgh Antiques and Collectors Fair for bargains.
The teams scour the stalls in Edinburgh, with help from Nick Hall and Jeremy Lamond.
Jennie Bond is on hand to help Hilary Pugh and her friend Betty.
Lorne Spicer and Jonty Hearnden help Judy from Brighton find items to sell at auction.
Chris Hollins and expert Paul Hayes help travel enthusiast Shirley Guest.
Lorne Spicer helps Carol Walker raise £500 to get her wall fixed.
Jennie Bond helps Susie and her daughter raise £500 to pay for a spa day in Cyprus.
Angela Rippon and expert Paul Hayes help a couple moving to the Orkney Islands.
Tracey Broughton is moving to New Zealand and wants to fund a kayaking day for her sons.
Joan Cook and her daughter Gemma are raising funds for a London children's hospital.
Sally Nuth is hoping to raise 300 pounds towards some pampering on a momentous cruise.
Charlotte Neale wants to raise enough money at auction to help finish her building works.
Two all-girl teams are guided around Ardingly fair by Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon.
Two teams of fiercely-competitive friends do battle on the antiques challenge.
Strictly's Len Goodman and Ola Jordan take on eco warriors Dick and James Strawbridge.
Two teams do battle at auction in Kedleston, with Nick Hall and Anita Manning.
Pieces under the experts' eyes include a Trafalgar medal awarded to a boy sailor.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Kent, Devon and London.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Glasgow, Swindon and Dover.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Derbyshire, Croydon and Ayrshire.
Tim Wonnacott serves up the history of the knife and fork in Sheffield.
Nikki and her partner Peter attempt to fund a holiday in their favourite holiday location.
The experts enjoy a second visit to the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
Michael Baggott discovers an exciting selection of Japanese carvings.
Joe Crowley meets a young Sheffield couple who plan to move to the countryside.
Alistair Appleton house hunts in Cumbria with an active young couple.
Featuring a development in the Kyle of Lochalsh and mid-terrace in Liverpool.
Featuring a house in Canterbury, a property in Derby, and an end of terrace in Doncaster.