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Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.

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Start: 2002-05-27

Flog It! Season 14 Air Dates


S14E01 - Falmouth 11 Air Date: 26 August 2015 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall, based in Falmouth. Hundreds of people turn up with personal treasures they want to take to auction, and antiques experts Philip Serrell and Charles Hanson turn up a few gems - like a chair made from the wood of Lord Nelson's ship, and an old teapot that gets the bidders excited.

Paul Martin takes a moving look into the lives of American soldiers billeted in Cornwall before the D-Day landings.


S14E02 - Ragley Hall 7 Air Date: 27 August 2015 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, a beautiful 17th-century Palladian house run by the Marquess of Hertford. Antiques experts Will Axon and Christina Trevanion find treasures among the hundreds of visitors to take to auction.

Will unearths some intriguing decorative pictures which wow the saleroom, Christina finds an old Flog It favourite, and Paul Martin takes a closer look at the man who saved Ragley Hall from ruin.


S14E03 - Basingstoke 3 Air Date: 01 September 2015 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, where transport is the name of the game. Elizabeth Talbot and Nick Davies take a ride through the best antiques and collectables, while Paul Martin takes a tour around a modern cruise ship to find out about the history of the Southampton cruise liners.


S14E04 - Norfolk 18 Air Date: 03 September 2015 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Norwich cathedral in Norfolk. In the great nave, experts Kate Bateman and David Fletcher pick out some choice items to take to auction. Among them are an enamel-topped silver trinket box and a vintage model car. Paul Martin uncovers the meaning of religious graffiti.


S14E05 - London 14 Air Date: 02 November 2015 16:30 -

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This episode comes from the RAF Museum at Hendon in London. Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Mark Stacey find some real gems among the bags and boxes to take to auction. There's a nautilus shell that lights up the saleroom and some Superman film memorabilia that goes sky high. And Paul Martin explores the history of one of Britain's most famous tourist attractions; Highgate cemetery.


S14E06 - Bowes Museum 21 Air Date: 04 November 2015 16:30 -

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This episode comes from the Bowes Museum at Barnard castle in County Durham. The museum was purpose built to house the collection of Josephine and John Bowes and in the picture galleries experts Elizabeth Talbot and Paul Laidlaw pick out some gems to value. They include a silver tea set and Russian drinking cup. And presenter Paul Martin delves into the museum's extraordinary lace collection.


S14E07 - Falmouth 9 Air Date: 06 November 2015 16:30 -

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This episode comes from the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, based in Falmouth. The museum explores the region's seafaring history and hosts our antiques experts Charles Hanson and Caroline Hawley. Turning up out of the hundreds of bags and boxes are a model yacht and a Newlyn copper tray. And presenter Paul Martin investigates the work of controversial local artist Henry Scott Tuke.


S14E08 - Basingstoke 2 Air Date: 09 November 2015 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, which recreates the streets of Victorian and Edwardian Hampshire. Experts James Lewis and Nick Davies hope to find the best antiques and collectables, and Paul discovers more about the industries and people that made Basingstoke a magnet during the Industrial age.


S14E09 - Ragley Hall 8 Air Date: 10 November 2015 16:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, a beautiful 17th-century Palladian house owned by the Marquess of Hertford. Antiques experts Will Axon and Christina Trevanion find treasures to take off to auction, like a Polynesian paddle and a stunning 18th-century drinking glass. Paul Martin explores the work of famous sculptor and wood carver Grinling Gibbons.


S14E10 - Norfolk 19 Air Date: 13 November 2015 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Norwich cathedral in Norfolk, once home to Benedictine monks. Experts Thomas Plant and David Fletcher pick out some items to take to auction. Among them are an old astronomical map and a watercolour by a local artist. Meanwhile, Paul explores the history of the Broads.


S14E11 - RAF Museum, London 15 Air Date: 16 November 2015 16:30 -

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This edition of the antiques series comes from the RAF Museum at Hendon in London.

Antiques experts Michael Baggott and Anita Manning find some real gems among the bags and boxes to take to auction.

There's a fascinating pair of beaded gloves and an amber necklace which takes the saleroom by storm.

And Paul Martin explores the history of one of Britain's few remaining Palladian houses.


S14E12 - Compilation 33 Air Date: 18 November 2015 16:30 -

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A collection of some of the best, unseen, finds visiting the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, Ragely Hall in Warwickshire, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth and the RAF museum in Hendon, London.

The antiques experts look at a diverse range of items from a stunning art nouveau necklace to a pair of British railway lamps.


S14E13 - Bowes Museum 23 Air Date: 19 November 2015 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from the Bowes Museum at Barnard castle in County Durham. The museum was purpose built to house the collection of Josephine and John Bowes, and in the picture galleries, experts Elizabeth Talbot and David Harper pick out some gems to value. They include an Anglo-Indian table and a rosewood music box. Paul Martin also meets up with Roy Hudd at the Leeds City Varieties Music Hall.


S14E14 - Falmouth 10 Air Date: 24 November 2015 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall, based in Falmouth. The museum explores the region's seafaring history, including the story of a local family who narrowly survived an attack by killer whales. Paul meets up with one of the survivors. And antiques experts Philip Serrell and Caroline Hawley find some maritime antiques to take to auction, including a Rolex watch with a James Bond connection.


S14E15 - Norfolk 17 Air Date: 25 November 2015 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk. In the great nave, experts Thomas Plant and David Fletcher pick out some choice items to take to auction. Among them are a masonic watch and a much sought-after commemorative mug by Eric Ravilious.

Paul also visits the extravagant home of Britain's first prime minister, Robert Walpole.


S14E16 - Ragley Hall 5 Air Date: 26 November 2015 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, a beautiful 17th-century Palladian house owned by the Marquess of Hertford. Antiques experts Charlie Ross and Will Axon find great treasures among hundreds of visitors to the stately home. Charlie models an interesting busby hat and Will gets a surprise when a Worcester coffee set goes under the hammer. Meanwhile, Paul explores the Battle of Edgehill.


S14E17 - Basingstoke 4 Air Date: 15 February 2016 16:30 -

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The show comes from Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, which recreates the streets of Hampshire past. Elizabeth Talbot and James Lewis are the experts doing the honours as they find the best antiques and collectables to take to auction. Meanwhile, Paul Martin meets a modern sculptor who takes nature as his inspiration, carving everything from scorpions to giant spiders.


S14E18 - RAF Museum, London 13 Air Date: 17 February 2016 16:30 -

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The show comes from the RAF Museum at Hendon in London. Antiques experts Anita Manning and Mark Stacey find some real treasures among the bags and boxes to take to auction. There's a photo album of RAF Hendon in the 30s and a rare picture that brings a surprise in the saleroom. And Paul Martin visits an exhibition of First World War flying pioneers.


S14E19 - Compilation 35 Air Date: 19 February 2016 16:30 -

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A look at some of the most interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels around the country. The team visit the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, Ragely Hall in Warwickshire, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth and the RAF museum in Hendon, London.

The antiques experts include Charlie Ross, Elizabeth Talbot, Philip Serrell, Anita Manning and Will Axon, with items ranging from a handkerchief commemorating cricket legend Dr WG Grace to three postcard albums which were found on a council tip.

Paul also visits Pollok House in Glasgow, where he immerses himself in a unique collection of Spanish art.


S14E20 - Bowes Museum Air Date: 22 February 2016 16:30 -

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The show comes from the Bowes Museum at Barnard Castle in County Durham. The museum was purpose-built to house the collection of Josephine and John Bowes, and in the picture galleries, experts Paul Laidlaw and David Harper pick out some gems to value. They include illustrated books by Arthur Rackham and Edmund Dulac, and a carved dog's head. Presenter Paul Martin investigates the museum's latest conservation techniques.


S14E21 - Basingstoke 1 Air Date: 23 February 2016 16:30 -

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The show comes from Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, a place bursting with remnants from Basingstoke's industrial past. Elizabeth Talbot and James Lewis find the best antiques and collectables to take to auction from the assembled crowd, while presenter Paul Martin visits the home of the man now considered to be the father of ecology, 18th-century naturalist Gilbert White.


S14E22 - Falmouth 12 Air Date: 25 February 2016 16:30 -

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This episode comes the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall based in Falmouth. Antiques expert Philip Serrell finds an unusual tortoise with an excellent pedigree and Caroline Hawley takes an electric guitar to auction which plucks at the heart-strings of the bidders. And Paul Martin goes deep underground to uncover Cornwall's industrial past.


S14E23 - Muncaster Castle 29 Air Date: 29 February 2016 16:30 -

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The valuation day venue is Muncaster Castle in Cumbria. Experts James Lewis and Adam Partridge are out in force to find the best antiques and collectibles and Paul Martin finds out about the legendary Tom Fool, the court jester who lived at the castle and caused mayhem during some of its most turbulent times.


S14E24 - Weston-Super-Mare 27 Air Date: 01 March 2016 16:30 -

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This episode comes from the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. Hundreds of people turn up with collectibles and treasures they want to take to auction. Antiques experts Jonathan Pratt and Thomas Plant uncover a few gems including a Diorama and some 1966 World Cup memorabilia. Paul Martin finds out about the rise of the summer holiday from the days when doctors first extolled the benefits of bathing in seawater to the holiday camps of the 1950s and 60s.


S14E25 - Compilation 34 Air Date: 03 March 2016 16:30 -

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Some of the best unseen finds from the show's valuations days from around the country, including visits to the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, Ragely Hall in Warwickshire, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth and the RAF museum in Hendon, London.

The experts include Caroline Hawley, Michael Baggott, Nick Davies, Charlie Ross, Elizabeth Talbot and Charles Hanson, with items ranging from three bisque-headed porcelain dolls to a pair of silver spectacles dating from the 1800s.

Paul Martin also finds about the conservation work that has taken place at two houses in Scotland - Holmwood and Dumfries House.


S14E26 - Bowes Museum 24 Air Date: 07 March 2016 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from the Bowes Museum at Barnard Castle in County Durham. The museum was purpose-built to house the collection of Josephine and John Bowes, and in the picture galleries experts Elizabeth Talbot and Paul Laidlaw pick out some gems to value; among them are an ecclesiastical chair and an intriguing carved coconut. And Paul Martin visits Towton, the sight of one of Britain's bloodiest medieval battles.


S14E27 - RAF Museum, London 16 Air Date: 10 March 2016 16:30 -

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The show comes from the RAF Museum at Hendon in London. Antiques experts Anita Manning and Michael Baggott find some real gems among the bags and boxes to take to auction. Michael comes across a stoneware elephant considered ugly by its owners, and Anita gets to play with a toy robot. And Paul Martin explores the history of one of Britain's premier art schools.


S14E28 - Weston-Super-Mare 28 Air Date: 11 March 2016 16:30 -

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This episode comes from the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. Antiques experts Jonathan Pratt and Thomas Plant search for the best antiques and collectibles, while Paul Martin discovers more about the seaside pier and its chequered history.


S14E29 - Muncaster Castle 31 Air Date: 15 March 2016 16:30 -

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In Muncaster in Cumbria, hundreds of people turn up with collectibles and treasures they want to take to auction. Antiques experts James Lewis and Caroline Hawley uncover a few gems including a dazzling decanter and an art nouveau picture frame. Paul Martin visits Coniston Water in the Lake District.


S14E30 - Compilation 36 Air Date: 17 March 2016 16:30 -

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Some of the most interesting finds from the show's travels around the country, including the Milestones Museum in Basingstoke, Ragely Hall in Warwickshire, and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth.

Experts include Caroline Hawley, Charlie Ross, James Lewis, Elizabeth Talbot, Christina Trevanion and Philip Serrell, with items ranging from a late 19th-century Steiff cow on rollers to a joystick and spar from a World War One airplane.

Paul Martin also discovers how the Friends of Glasgow Necropolis have saved the city's Victorian garden cemetery from going to rack and ruin.


S14E31 - Ragley Hall 6 Air Date: 18 March 2016 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Warwickshire's Ragley Hall, a 17th-century Palladian house. Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Charlie Ross find a selection of antiques and collectibles to take to auction. Christina gets to grips with a weighty Jardinere, Charlie tests out a horse-measuring stick on its owner and Paul Martin steps into the world of folk art.


S14E32 - Muncaster Castle 32 Air Date: 21 March 2016 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Muncaster Castle in Cumbria, where hundreds of people turn up with collectibles and treasures they want to take to auction. Antiques experts Adam Partridge and Caroline Hawley uncover a few gems including a silver candlestick and some Coalbrookedale plates, and Paul delves into the Lake District's bobbin industry.


S14E33 - Weston-Super-Mare 26 Air Date: 23 March 2016 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, where he goes back in time to the good old days of variety theatre. Experts Thomas Plant and Catherine Southon choose items to take to auction. Thomas gets excited about a label, and Catherine finds a miniature portrait of composer Luigi Cheribini.


S14E34 - Norfolk 20 Air Date: 24 March 2016 16:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Norwich cathedral in Norfolk, once home to Benedictine monks, and he also visits the circus. Experts Thomas Plant and Kate Bateman pick out some gems to take to auction, among them a religious relic from France and a Martin brothers vase.


S14E35 - Weston-Super-Mare 28 Air Date: 29 March 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from the Grand Pier at Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, where experts Catherine Southon and Jonathan Pratt pick out some gems to value. Among them are rare medals that once belonged to an early aviator and puppets that look like the Swedish band Abba. Plus Paul delves into the history of seaside entertainment.


S14E36 - Muncaster Castle 30 Air Date: 30 March 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Muncaster Castle in Cumbria. Experts Caroline Hawley and James Lewis choose items to take to auction. James is drawn to a collection of WWI memorabilia and Caroline finds an exciting collection of postcards. Plus Paul meets an artist whose work has led him back in time to the ancient art of relief printing.


S14E37 - Compilation 37 Air Date: 01 April 2016 15:30 -

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A collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country, visiting Muncaster Castle in Cumbria, The Bowes Museum in County Durham, The Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare in Somerset and Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk.

Antiques experts include Caroline Hawley, Kate Bateman, Thomas Plant, David Harper and Jonathan Pratt with items ranging from Black Forest carvings to a delicate oil painting completed on glass by the artist Bessie Bamber.

Paul also takes a look at the lavish interiors and the beautiful gardens at Powis Castle in Wales.


S14E38 - Sandon Hall 41 Air Date: 04 April 2016 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Sandon Hall in Staffordshire. Experts Christina Trevanion and David Fletcher choose items to take to auction, including a large collection of boxed Corgi toys and some rare watches. Presenter Paul Martin discovers the dramatic political life of one of Sandon's earlier owners, the 1st Earl of Harrowby, a member of William Pitt's cabinet, including a period as foreign secretary during the Napoleonic Wars.


S14E39 - Compilation 38 Air Date: 07 April 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin presents a collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country, visiting Muncaster Castle in Cumbria, The Bowes Museum in County Durham, the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare in Somerset and Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk.

Antiques experts include Kate Bateman, Paul Laidlaw, Jonathan Pratt, James Lewis and Thomas Plant, with items ranging from a pair of Lalique vases to a 9.5mm projector.

Plus Paul takes a tour around Powis Castle in Wales, finding out about their collection of Indian artefacts housed on site in the Clive Museum.


S14E40 - Powderham Castle 45 Air Date: 08 April 2016 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Powderham Castle in Devon. Dating back to the 14th century, it has been home to the same family for more than 600 years. Antiques experts Will Axon and Mark Stacey find treasures to take to auction, including a shotgun case that belonged to a WWI hero and a pristine collection of dinky toys.

Paul Martin delves into the past at Powderham Castle and uncovers a scandal that changed the course of the family history.


S14E41 - Compilation 39 Air Date: 16 May 2016 15:30 -

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Featuring a collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels around Britain, visiting Muncaster Castle in Cumbria, the Bowes Museum in County Durham, the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare in Somerset and Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk.

Experts include Kate Bateman, Paul Laidlaw, Jonathan Pratt, James Lewis and Thomas Plant, with items ranging from an pair of art deco Lalique vases to a 9.5mm projector. Paul also takes a tour around Powis Castle in Wales and finds out about their collection of Indian artefacts housed on-site in the Clive Museum.


S14E42 - Highcliffe 49 Air Date: 19 May 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Highcliffe Castle in Dorset, and experts Christina Trevanion and Adam Partridge pick out some gems to take to auction. Among them are an art deco diamond watch and a Newlyn copper teapot. Paul also explores the incredible salvage store in the castle.


S14E43 - Compilation 40 Air Date: 20 May 2016 15:30 -

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A collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country, visiting Muncaster Castle in Cumbria, the Bowes Museum in County Durham, the Grand Pier in Weston-super-Mare in Somerset and Norwich Cathedral in Norfolk.

Experts include Paul Laidlaw, Caroline Hawley, Kate Bateman, Thomas Plant, Catherine Southon and Adam Partridge, with items ranging from an antique tipstaff to a piece of Bernard Leach pottery.

Paul also takes a tour around Llanerchaeron in West Wales and finds out about the interests of the family who used to live there.


S14E44 - Margam Country Park 53 Air Date: 24 May 2016 15:30 -

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Our valuation day venue is Margam Country Park in south Wales. Our experts Mark Stacey and Charles Hanson are out in force to find the best antiques and collectibles, and Paul Martin finds out about the link between the Margam estate and Port Talbot's famous steel works.


S14E45 - Sandon Hall 42 Air Date: 26 May 2016 15:30 -

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Today Flog It! comes from Sandon Hall in Staffordshire. The estate is the ancestral home of the Harrowby's, with the current Hall dating from the mid-19th century. Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Charles Hanson find great treasures among hundreds of visitors to the stately home. Christina meets a rock 'n' roller from the Swinging Sixties, and Charles comes across some of Staffordshire's canniest car-boot finds. Paul Martin hears about some of the pioneering women connected to Sandon Hall.


S14E46 - Highcliffe 50 Air Date: 27 May 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from 19th-century Gothic mansion Highcliffe Castle in Dorset. Experts Christina Trevanion and Adam Partridge look at several fascinating collections, including some Isle of Wight glass and postcards by the 20th-century manufacturer Tucks, while Paul explores the extraordinary story of a wheeler-dealer Victorian collector in Bournemouth.


S14E47 - Powderham Castle 46 Air Date: 31 May 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Powderham Castle in Devon. Dating back to the 14th century, it is the long-standing home of the Courtenay family. Antiques experts Claire Rawle and Mark Stacey find great treasures among hundreds of visitors to the stately home. Claire meets a steam train fan with a great collection of memorabilia, and Mark gets a surprise when an art deco Spanish bracelet goes under the hammer. And Paul Martin delves into the history of the Met Office.


S14E48 - Sandon Hall 43 Air Date: 02 June 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin presents from Sandon Hall in Staffordshire. Hundreds of people turn up with collectibles and treasures they want to take to auction. Antiques experts Christina Trevanion and Charles Hanson uncover a few gems, including a silver ladle with a surprise in its bowl and a train set brought in by the son of William Moorcroft, the world-famous ceramicist. And Paul Martin finds out about the epic 18th-century voyage by the second Englishman to circumnavigate the globe.


S14E49 - Margam Country Park 54 Air Date: 03 June 2016 15:30 -

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This edition of the antiques series comes from Margam Country Park in south Wales. Mark Stacey meets someone with an eye for a bargain, and Catherine Southon is taken with a wonderful pink Rolls-Royce. Meanwhile, presenter Paul Martin visits the birthplace of a Welshman who took Hollywood by storm.


S14E50 - Episode 50 Air Date: 06 June 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.


S14E51 - Episode 51 Air Date: 08 June 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.


S14E52 - Episode 52 Air Date: 10 June 2016 15:30 -

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Paul Martin and his team of experts invite members of the public to bring their antiques to be viewed and valued, with an option to sell at auction.


S14E53 - Compilation 58 Air Date: 17 October 2016 15:30 -

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Flog It! brings you a collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country - visiting Margam Country Park in south Wales, Highcliffe Castle in Dorset and Powderham Castle in Devon.

Today's antiques experts include Catherine Southon, Philip Serrell, Will Axon, Mark Stacey and Claire Rawle, with items ranging from a signed photo of Elvis to a stick-back chair. Paul also takes a look at the treasures and lavish interiors at Parham House in West Sussex and finds out about the role the house played during World War II.


S14E54 - Powderham Castle 47 Air Date: 19 October 2016 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Powderham Castle in Devon, which dates back to the 14th century.

Antiques experts Claire Rawle and Will Axon find a selection of antiques and collectibles to take to auction. Will gets to grips with a mysterious wooden club, and Claire is taken by a beautiful dove brooch. Paul Martin explores a lighthouse that moved from perilous rocks to Plymouth Hoe.


S14E55 - Compilation 59 Air Date: 21 October 2016 15:30 -

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Flog It! brings you a collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels round the country - visiting Margam Country Park in south Wales, Highcliffe Castle in Dorset, Sandon Hall in Staffordshire and Powderham Castle in Devon.

Today's antiques experts include Philip Serrell, Mark Stacey, Adam Partridge, Christina Trevanion and Charles Hanson, with items ranging from some Welsh quilts to a Chinese cloisonné comport dish.

Paul also takes a look at the treasures and lavish interiors at Parham House in West Sussex and finds out how the house which was once nearly derelict was restored to its former Elizabethan glory.


S14E56 - Margam Country Park 55 Air Date: 24 October 2016 15:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Margam Country Park in south Wales, where hundreds of people turn up with collectibles and treasures they want to take to auction.

Antiques experts Catherine Southon and Charles Hanson uncover a few gems, including an intriguing vase and an impressive clock. Paul Martin visits St Fagans National History Museum.


S14E57 - Compilation 60 Air Date: 26 October 2016 15:30 -

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This episode contains a collection of interesting and previously unseen finds from the show's travels around the country, with visits to Margam Country Park in south Wales, Highcliffe Castle in Dorset, Sandon Hall in Staffordshire and Powderham Castle in Devon.

The antiques experts include Catherine Southon, Adam Partridge, Philip Serrell, Mark Stacey, Claire Rawle and David Fletcher, with items ranging from some folk art Scandinavian nutcrackers to a Napoleonic prisoner of war handcrafted box. Paul also takes a look around the stately Firle Place in East Sussex.


S14E58 - Highcliffe 52 Air Date: 28 October 2016 15:30 -

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This episode comes from the 19th-century Highcliffe Castle in Dorset, which has been restored with all kinds of ingenious methods. Adam Partridge and Phillip Serrell are the experts, and finds include an untouched World War II ration pack and a piece of modern design by Eduardo Paolozzi.

Presenter Paul Martin goes to Blandford Forum Camp to find out about the remarkable work of the Royal Corps of Signals since World War I.


S14E59 - Margam Country Park 56 Air Date: 31 October 2016 16:30 -

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Today Flog It! comes from Margam Country Park in south Wales, where experts Mark Stacey and Charles Hanson pick out some gems to value. Among them is a tea caddy spotted at a car boot sale and a book signed by David Livingstone. Presenter Paul Martin visits Cardiff Castle in search of some missing furniture made by William Burges.


S14E60 - Powderham Castle 48 Air Date: 02 November 2016 16:30 -

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Flog It! comes from Powderham Castle in Devon. Overlooking the River Exe, it's been the home of the Courtenay family for more than six hundred years. Antiques experts Will Axon and Mark Stacey find treasures among the hundreds of visitors to take to auction. Will tests out a telescope that once belonged to the captain of a tall ship, Mark uncovers a rare Watcombe clock and Paul Martin takes to the high seas to explore Plymouth's maritime heritage.

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