We visited five ordinary British towns which you've been telling us have a reputation they don't deserve.
With the help of local residents, we found something to celebrate, from Middlesbrough to Milton Keynes, from Holyhead to Paisley.
You can watch the films for the other towns which took part via the links to the right of the page
We gave you a chance to choose which one of the five was the undiscovered gem.
The winner is Wolverhampton.
The Bard of Barnsley, Ian McMillan, wrote a poem celebrating Wolverhampton and we showed our film of him in the city. Here's his tribute...
Wolverhampton's a city that's often dismissed
Like your auntie at a party that's never been kissed;
But like your Auntie this city's got so much to offer,
So to the doubter, the cynic, the grump and the scoffer
I say follow me on a tour of a place
That'll put back the smile on your post-Christmas face!
Wolverhampton has a theatre that's simply quite Grand,
An oasis to slake a vast cultural thirst,
There's an all-weather racecourse: sit in the stand
In all weathers, and watch your horse coming-in first;
There's a centre of learning; an honours degree well worth the price of the tuition fee!
Wolverhampton goes back quite a way in the past, and was founded by Lady Wulfruna, in the year 985 and its wealth once was vast
Like Robert Plant, hirsute Wolverhampton crooner! It made its fortune from a huge trade in wool.
And if it's football you want then there's always Steve Bull┐
Wolverhampton's like my auntie: could not be called pretty
But Yam Yams don't care: this is their vibrant home, A tolerant, open and welcoming city
The rival of Paris, the equal of Rome
And to those who give cities like this one much grief
I say stay here a while, take your time, look beneath:
Cos Like my Auntie this city's got so much to give
And I say Wolverhampton's a fine place to live!
You can keep Barcelona and stuff New York
Cos I love the way the Yam Yams talk!
Copyright 2006 IAN McMILLAN