The first of 30 new editions originally aired on BBC One in 2009 and came from Jersey, where the finds included a lemon squeezer said to have belonged to Marilyn Monroe. Other locations visited during the series included Greenwich, Leeds, Bath, Brooklands motor racing museum in Surrey, Lincoln Cathedral, and Stanway House in the Cotswolds. Items being valued included a box of posters bought for 50p, hand-carved wooden shoes, records from the early history of British broadcasting, and a Bible containing handwritten extracts by Charlotte Bronte.
Series 33 originally aired on BBC One in 2010 and included a show from Beverley Minster in East Yorkshire, where items being valued included Victorian paintings and a medieval ring. Other locations in the series included Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, Hopetoun House in South Queensferry, Edinburgh, Saltaire, Winchester Cathedral, and the Steam Museum in Swindon. Items being valued included uneaten slices of royal wedding cakes dating back to Queen Victoria, hundreds of rail tickets for axed stations, a rare piece of Clarice Cliff pottery, a Chinese glass vase, and a picture painted by a suffragette artist.