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E26 Wentworth Woodhouse 2 Objects include a special medal, a tea tray, a Bible and a very rare Fabergé egg. Sun, July 20 2014
E25 Wentworth Woodhouse 1 The team examine a mahogany bureau, a punch bowl and a box of bones crafted by prisoners of war. Sun, June 29 2014
E24 Sainsbury Centre Norwich 2 Objects under inspection include Queen Victoria's knickers and a special sports day medal. Sun, June 22 2014
E23 The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 2 The experts uncover a table made from London Bridge, a feather box, a chamber pot and a brush pot. Sun, June 01 2014
E22 The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 2 The experts discover a sketchbook from the S.S. Great Britain and a lucky jade Buddhist Lion Dog. Sun, May 25 2014
E21 Exeter Cathedral 2 Treasures featured include rare artworks by sculptor Elisabeth Frink. Sun, May 11 2014
E20 Southsea: Royal Marines Museum 2 Among the finds are a `Jolly Roger' flag, a wine glass, and a creepy doll with a revolving head. Sun, May 04 2014
E19 Gregynog The team discover secret plans drawn up by a British prisoner of war and a rare sapphire. Sun, April 27 2014
E18 Polesden Lacey 2 The team discover a painting of JMW Turner's house and a set of the earliest board games designs. Sun, April 20 2014
E17 Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 2 Fiona Bruce and the experts discover a mantrap, a portrait, a 14th-century seal and a teapot. Sun, April 13 2014
E16 World War One Special 1 The team examine bronze sculptures of troops modelled from trench-clay and paintings of war horses. Sun, April 06 2014
E15 Scone Palace 1 The team discover an `ugly' family brooch, a significant 15th-century book, and old Clash T-shirts. Sun, March 30 2014
E14 Exeter Cathedral 1 Objects include a table used by Bonnie Prince Charlie, a silver cup, and a painting by Edward VII. Sun, March 23 2014
E13 Sainsbury Centre Norwich Objects include the death mask of William Gladstone and a complete kitchen from the 1950s. Sun, January 12 2014
E12 The Royal Ballet School, Richmond Objects brought to camera include porcelain figures made by prima ballerina Anna Pavlova. Sun, January 05 2014
E11 Retrospective Fiona Bruce looks back on the most talked about finds of 2013 with updates on star items. Sun, December 29 2013
E10 The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Objects include a small carved ivory figure from the 18th century ploughed up in a local field. Sun, December 22 2013
E9 Towneley Hall Objects brought to camera at Towneley Hall near Burnley include a garden ornament and some handbags. Sun, October 13 2013
E8 Newstead Abbey The experts are in Newstead Abbey and find a medal for bravery awarded to a pigeon in World War Two. Sun, October 06 2013
E7 Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester Objects include what could be the most valuable picture ever seen on the show, and a tea caddy. Sun, September 29 2013
E6 Southsea: Royal Marines Museum Objects include rare spoons found in pig swill, and a bangle left behind by a Russian Princess. Sun, September 22 2013
E5 Fountains Abbey Objects include artefacts relating to the Nuremberg trials at the end of the Second World War. Sun, September 15 2013
E4 Eastbourne Bandstand A thousand lead soldiers tell the story of a remarkable Victorian childhood. Sun, September 08 2013
E3 Eastbourne Bandstand Featuring a collection of pottery, a signaling lamp used on D-Day and images of Marilyn Monroe. Sun, September 01 2013
E2 A return visit to Wightwick Manor near Wolverhampton for Fiona Bruce and the experts. Sun, August 25 2013
E1 Polesden Lacey In Polesden Lacey, items of interest include a glove believed to have belonged to Elizabeth I. Sun, August 18 2013