A King's Lynn antiques centre and an RAF museum have featured on BBC's Bargain Hunt.

Presenter Charlie Ross and experts Raj Bisram and Stephanie Connell were at the Warehouse Antiques and Collectables in Garage Lane.

The two teams, Paul and Julia in red and Matt and Anna in blue, were given £300 each to find items to make the most profit at auction.

Paul and Julia bought two 20th-century glass perfume bottles, a large glass bowl and a 19th-century Georgian-style corner cupboard.

The duo decided not to auction a papier mache chess board bought by their expert Raj.

Matt and Anna bought three scent bottles, a Royal Crown Derby bone China napkin ring and a garden urn.

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Their expert Stephanie bought a 1700s porcelain bowl and saucer as their bonus buy.

The episode marked the 70th anniversary of the deadly North Sea floods of February 1, 1953.

Charlie went to RAF Sculthorpe Heritage Centre to meet historian and centre curator Neil Storey and heard how the disaster claimed the lives of 100 people in Norfolk.

The auction was held at TW Gaze in Diss.

Paul and Julia finished with a loss of £16 and Matt and Anna finished with a profit of £81.

Earlier this week, Bargain Hunt was in Norwich at Looses Emporium and visited Carrow Road.