The grand final of the fourth season takes place in Tuscany's Garzoni Gardens.
The ancient Tuscan capital of Lucca.
The Tuscan village of Tereglio.
The jewel of the South Pennines, Hebden Bridge, provides a panoramic vista.
The Lancastrian Jacobean splendour of Gawthorpe Hall.
A cobbled street of terraced mill-workers' houses in Hebden Bridge.
A giant picture frame in the landscape.
A steam-drive cotton mill in Burnley.
The Rothschilds' French chateau sits in the heart of Buckinghamshire.
The mud and thrills of the World Lacrosse Championship from Wykeham Abbey School.
Turn End, a modern house with a lush garden.
The 18th-century library at Claydon in Buckinghamshire.
Stowe Landscape Gardens in Buckinghamshire.
The country home of the Royal Stuart dynasty.
The golden sands of Scotland's Elie.
One of the most beautiful gardens in Scotland, at Fife's Kellie Castle.
The picturesque harbour at Pittenweem.
The home of golf, the Old Course at St. Andrews.
The central region final from Warwickshire is held inside Coventry Cathedral.
Robots welding car bodies at the MG Rover factory.
Shakespeare's Stratford upon Avon.
Beautiful Belton House provides the stately setting for the Eastern final.
The majestic cooling towers of the Trent Valley provide an unusual challenge.
Free-range sows and piglets of Redhill Farm.
The splendid view of Lincoln Cathedral in Lincolnshire.
Milford Haven Oil Refinery tests the mettle of the three Welsh finalists.
Carew Castle in Pembroke shire.
Pembrokeshire's majestic coastline at Nolton Haven.
Tenby Harbor's pretty pastel coloured Georgian houses.
The port of Dover, including the cliffs and the ferries.
The fun of the fair, including whirling tea cups and dodgems.
A Plantagenet Manor House; Eastwell Manor's beautiful rose garden.
The garden created by Derek Jarman at Dungeness.
Painting the glories of Canterbury Cathedral in East Kent.
The artists tackle a Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost and a Talbot under the watchful eye of Sean Arnold.
Jersey flowers, fruit and vegetables.
The sweeping golden sands at Gorey and its majestic castle.
Three Channel Islanders tackle the Corbiere Lighthouse.
Ron Moody, Helen Atkinson-Wood and Edward De Souza paint for charity.
The Pont du Gard, an aqueduct spanning the River Gardon.
A glorious lavender field in Provence.
Actors Cherie Lunghi, Ray Stevenson and Malcolm Tierney paint for charity at Blenheim Palace.
The hilltop village of Les Baux de Provence.
The Grand Finals week in Tuscany.
The second of Watercolour Challenge's for Charity Specials coming from Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons.
The Grand Final of the series is held at Highgrove, the home of HRH The Prince of Wales.
People and meerkats provide a really difficult subject to test the mettle of the last three semi-finalists.
The graceful Cotswold manor of Owlpen provides the second semi-final challenge for the regional champions.
Vintage gliders on the Aston Downs in a Cotswold landscape provide the first test for semi-finalists.
A very special edition where the series' art experts compete against each other at Barnsley Gardens.
Actress Jan Francis joins Hannah Gordon at Marwell Zoo to judge today's Hampshire final.
The Esso oil refinery at Fawley and a wet and windy day test the mettle of today's three Hampshire hopefuls.
Hampshire's last working windmill provides the challenge for today's three amateur artists.
The Hampshire week continues deep in the New Forest, where Hannah discovers ponies, deer and a historical mystery.
The Cowes regatta makes a vibrant subject for today's amateur artists from Hampshire.
The imposing St. George's Hall poses a very tough challenge.
The Merseyside final at The Lowry arts complex.
Tall ships and Liver birds compete for the attention of three amateur artists.
Colourful Ness Gardens provide a sunny scene for three amateur artists.
The black and white timbers of Speke Hall on Merseyside.
Actor Lorcan Cranitch judges the Irish final at romantic Kylemore Abbey.
Renvyle Castle on the wild coast of Connemara.
The harbour at Roundstone.
A turquoise and purple sea lapping a white coral strand.
The last remaining thatched cottage in West Connemara.
Ross-on-Wye market provides a busy and colourful challenge for three more artists from the Welsh Marches.
Hannah Gordon explores the sculpture garden, three more artists tackle the reflections of the manor house and church in the lake.
A black and white challenge in Herefordshire confronts three more amateur artists from the Welsh Marches.
The Standing Stones have survived five millennia. Four finalists come up with distinctive ways of capturing the stones' mystery.
Today's location is the busy square outside Bath Abbey during the Bath International Festival.
The Italianate gardens at Iford Manor pose a classical challenge for three more amateur artists from Wiltshire.
Lacock Abbey was the subject of the world's first photograph and today it's the subject for three amateur artists to paint.