Antiques Roadshow

7:30pm Saturday, November 3 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team head for Hampton Court Castle, near Leominster, where the treasures include an important record of the days of early photography, and an exquisitely decorated and moving book painted by an invalid in Victorian England.

7:30pm Saturday, October 27 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team head for Blair Castle, near Pitlochry in Scotland, where the treasures include a chair once used by Einstein, a necklace made from stags’ teeth and a rare and valuable watch with no hands.

7:30pm Saturday, October 20 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

In this episode, Fiona Bruce and the experts make a second visit to Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, and they are kept busy as more family treasures are brought from miles around. In particular, the team eye up a painting thought to be by Constable… but is it? Plus, out of the attic comes lost designs for exotic jewellery made by Cartier in the mid-20th century.

7:30pm Saturday, October 13 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team of experts head to Derbyshire where thousands await them at Chatsworth House for another busy day. Amongst the pieces intriguing the experts are a rare boxing tile commemorating one of the biggest bare knuckle fights, a portrait painted by Stanley Spencer brought in by the model for the picture, while an Egyptian head found buried in a Derby garden surprises everyone.

7:30pm Saturday, October 6 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team visit Hatfield House in Hertfordshire. Amongst the objects exciting the experts are a collection of almost 500 ornamental pigs, dolls house furniture made out of shell cases on the Somme in World War One, and three small tiles salvaged by a builder turn out to be worth a fortune. Fiona also takes a spin in the car that stars in the programme’s opening sequence; the classic Daimler Dart.

7:30pm Saturday, September 29 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to Tatton Park in Cheshire. They uncover more objects and stories rich in history, including a silver inkstand reputed to be given to Admiral Nelson by his lover Lady Emma Hamilton in 1805, and an oak coffer that arrives via an unusual mode of transport. Plus, John Benjamin finds an unlikely looking gem lurking within a box of costume jewellery.

7:30pm Saturday, September 22 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team of experts welcome thousands of visitors to the gardens of Tatton Park in Cheshire. Henry Sandon has a memorable day when one of the rarest 18th century pieces of Royal Worcester turns up. Other finds include a box of the world’s most valuable and beautiful diamonds (that aren’t quite what they appear to be), and an old box of golf balls with a value that’s definitely not below par.

7:30pm Saturday, September 15 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team set up camp for another busy day as thousands of visitors bring their own treasures to the forecourt of the British Museum in London. The experts are kept busy with an intriguing array of objects including a pair of wooden pillars from HMS Victory thought to have witnessed the Battle of Trafalgar, a dandy’s outfit from the early 18th century, and we meet an 8 year-old boy whose personal collection includes an MBE.

7:30pm Saturday, September 8 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team of experts return for a second visit to Hopetoun House in Queensferry, Scotland. The finds include Victorian dresses worn by royalty, a 16th century silver jewel box and a photograph of the Forth Bridge that the Nazis used for propaganda during World War Two.

7:30pm Saturday, September 1 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Tonight it’s a return visit to Brighton College, where many hundreds gather to welcome Fiona Bruce and the team of experts. Amongst the objects brought to the cameras are a valuable cup and saucer bought at a boot sale, a portrait of a pig by a famous artist, and surprise treasures found in a safe once owned by Agatha Christie.