The first Welsh-built stone castle at Cardigan; art deco cinema in the Newbridge Miners' Institute and Memorial Hall; one of Wales' last remaining workhouses in Powys.
A Victorian cemetery, the ruins of Poltimore House and Whitfield Tabernacle are candidates for restoration.
Archbishop's palace in Kent; Twickenham residence with papier-mache interiors; a Victorian monument pays tribute to a sea captain.
Griff Rhys Jones and Natasha Kaplinsky introduce the winning building.
Griff Rhys Jones presents the seven buildings entered into the final, and also reveals an eighth contender.
Choices in the Midlands and East of England are Bawdsey Transmitter Block; Lord Byron's home, Newstead Abbey; and the Old Grammar School and Saracen's Head.
The Lockkeepers Cottage on the banks of the first canal in Britain; Armagh Gaol, Northern Ireland's oldest prison; Derry Playhouse.
Visiting an idyllic mill in the Yorkshire Dales and the Tudor ruins of Sheffield House where Mary, Queen of Scots was once imprisoned.
Unearthing relics of Cornwall's industrial past at South Caradon Mine; hidden staircase at Sherborne House in Dorset; Castle House.
Competing Scottish properties include the imposing fortress Portencross Castle, the remote Knockando Wool Mill and the Hall of Clestrain.
The viewers' choice of the ultimate winner is revealed.
Griff Rhys Jones unveils the 10 finalist buildings that will battle it out to receive restoration funding.
The ten finalist buildings are unveiled.
A Victorian music hall in East London; a mausoleum in Kent; Broomfield House in Enfield.
Possible restoration projects include Llanelly House, an Anglesey copper mine and Vaynol Old Hall.
Buildings considered for restoration include Ravensworth Castle, a prisoner-of-war camp at Harperly and a trophy home in the grounds of Wentworth Castle.
A Shetland croft, Kinloch Castle and a former TB sanatorium near Aberdeen are among the sites up for restoration.
Appeals to save an industrial site, a late-Victorian coffin works and the Cathedral of the Potteries.
Pleading the cases for restoring a country house, a rural mill and a Belfast arts centre.
The three buildings in need of conservation are a Palladian villa, a music hall and a linoleum factory.
Viewers vote for whether a coastal fort, Britain's tallest windmill or a Franciscan tower should be restored.
The journey begins in northwest England with the romantic ruin of Bath Hall, the art nouveau Victoria Baths and the historical Brackenhill Tower.