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Jemma, Kellie and David go shopping in Durtal, north-west France. Jemma thinks kids' furniture is hot, Kellie shows how to upcycle candlesticks, and an old leather chair is a money-spinner for David.
Three Brits visit a market in Avignon in southern France, before trying to sell for a profit in Bristol
In Nice, in the south of France, David, Jane and Nathalie go head to head to see who can buy the best bargains to then sell for a profit on their return to Clapham, London
Sarah, Trevor and Vicky visit the Porte de Vanves market in Paris, hoping to sell on whatever they buy for a profit on their return to York. Sarah spends big on some Bakelite telephones.
Three rivals head to a flea market in Jonzac, western France, looking for bargains to sell for a profit on their return to Brighton
In Carpentras, southern France, Ray sees potential in a French dresser - but will the buyers in Bristol agree? Joanne reupholsters some antique dining chairs.
In Nantes, Jess thinks her fortune lies with a retro Formica kitchen set. Terry gets lucky with a 70s coffee table. And Dan converts a vintage trunk into a kitsch cocktail cabinet.
In L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, southern France, Colin finds a vintage mirror that he thinks could be a winner. Katie restores an old table, and body paint artist Amanda gives a shop mannequin a makeover.
In a market in Le Val, Alison finds an old birdcage she wants to clean up as a decorative item. Alys places her bets on an antique rocking horse. And Louise spruces up a hall coat stand.
Siobhan thinks a retro tapestry could be a real money spinner. Raj creates a personalised table top by printing a photograph on to MDF. And Lyn upcycles a 100-year-old cot.
Three rivals go head to head in Carpentras in the south of France, to see who can bag the best bargains from a sunny French flea market
In a Paris market, John spends big on an industrial lamp, Mark turns a picture frame into a blackboard, and Agata buys an antique sunlamp. But will the buyers of York give them a profit?
Nadia has high hopes for a 19th-century bread-delivery bicycle. Fiona buys an old wooden chest, which she converts into a cushioned bench seat.
Sarah finds an old chemists' lamp, while David sees potential in some vintage circus advertising posters. And Nila thinks she's struck gold with an antique wardrobe that flat-packs.
Three Brits get a day at a French market. Tracy picks up dining chairs, Maj converts bottles into lamps, and Helen turns a trunk into a coffee table. But who will sell for the most profit?