Antiques Roadshow

7:30pm Saturday, January 12 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team return to Winchester Cathedral for a second visit. Family treasures absorbing the experts’ attention are an early nineteenth century recipe book from Jane Austen’s household, a curious Victorian brooch in the shape of a lady’s corset, and a very rare four-barrelled golden pistol that delivers an explosive valuation.

7:30pm Saturday, January 5 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the experts greet thousands of visitors at Winchester Cathedral. Amongst the objects featured are perhaps the most unusual relic from the Charge Of The Light Brigade, and an absorbing painting of an Elizabethan family that hides secrets. Plus, is a piece of jewellery bought for just 20p at a jumble sale the best bargain buy ever to be shown on the series?

7:30pm Saturday, December 29 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Tonight Fiona Bruce and the team take a second visit to Hatfield House in Hertfordshire and are met by a huge crowd of visitors laden with family treasures. Amongst the featured items are a remarkable portrait painted by a mouth artist who once worked in a Victorian freak show, a life size stuffed Lion made famous on TV, and a four headed doll is given a four figure valuation.

7:30pm Saturday, December 22 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

A return visit to the Museum of Steam at Swindon for a second helping of fascinating finds as Fiona Bruce and the experts scour more family treasures. Included in the programme are three locomotive signs found dumped in a skip with significant values, the most exciting doll ever seen on the show dating back to 1740, and there’s perhaps the oddest reaction to a valuation when the bombshell is dropped on the owner of a glass vase.

7:30pm Saturday, December 15 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team make a return visit to the British Museum in London as they examine family treasures brought in by thousands of visitors. Amongst the pieces under scrutiny are dozens of historic finds dug up by mudlarkers working on the banks of the Thames, a Roman pot which turns out to be the work of Victorian con men, and a collection of unseen images of a young Elvis comes to light.

7:30pm Saturday, December 8 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team visit the National History Museum of Wales at St Fagans, just outside Cardiff. Amongst the objects catching the eye of the specialists are a collection of early dog collars, and a doll gifted by Queen Mary as a thank you after she took tea in a miners cottage. Plus, veteran ceramics specialist, Henry Sandon, reveals which one antique object he’d most wish to find.

7:30pm Saturday, December 1 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team make a return visit to Saltaire, near Shipley in Yorkshire, where one of the longest queues awaits the experts. Cameras focus in on a series of objects with famous connections including a lace fragment believed to have been part of a dress worn by Mary, Queen of Scots, Charles Dickens’ inkwell, and a battered school book of Shakespeare’s The Tempest with handwritten notes by a young Diana Spencer. Meanwhile Fiona tries out a local curiosity as she climbs in to a “Wife Taming Cradle” from Victorian days.

7:30pm Saturday, November 24 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team head to Yorkshire where a packed house awaits at Saltaire’s Victoria Hall. Amongst the family treasures attracting the specialists’ attention are a doodle by Lowry worth a small fortune, two pieces purporting to be have been owned by Napoleon, and the oldest bronze seen in all 33 years of the show.

7:30pm Saturday, November 17 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce returns with the specialists for a second day at the Devon coast home of the cadets of the Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth. Amongst the pieces under scrutiny by the team of experts are an exquisite collection of eighteenth century miniatures, the effects of a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and a precious Chinese glass vase is given a surprise valuation despite having just been dropped on the floor.

7:30pm Saturday, November 10 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team weigh anchor at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth for another busy day of evaluations. Objects exciting the experts include a relic from HMS Victory, a mystery device once used to make explosions which has some of the officer cadets confused, plus perhaps the largest piece made by Faberg� ever seen on the show.