Antiques Roadshow

7:30pm Sunday, December 4 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

A return visit to two recent locations for previously unscreened finds, as Fiona Bruce and the team visit Burghley House near Stamford and Abbotsford in Melrose. Amongst the objects being discussed are a jewel box made for (yet never given to) a royal princess, and the oldest walking stick ever seen on the programme. Plus, the owner of a Chinese watercolour is given a staggering valuation.

7:30pm Sunday, November 27 on Prime

Lifestyle Series

Fiona Bruce and the team are back in action with more fascinating stories and surprising valuations as they examine people’s treasures. Tonight they’re at Stanway House in Gloucestershire. Objects brought to the attention of the cameras include a painting found dumped by a motorway, a collection of Dame Barbara Cartland’s hats bought by a milliner, and a very valuable self-portrait.

7:30pm Saturday, July 30 on Prime

Reality Series

Abbotsford & Burghley

In tonight’s episode, Fiona Bruce and the team return to two recent locations for previously unscreened finds, visiting Burghley House near Stamford and Abbotsford in Melrose. Amongst the objects being discussed are a jewel box made for, yet never given to, a royal princess and the oldest walking stick ever seen on the programme. Plus, the owner of a Chinese watercolour is given a staggering valuation.

7:30pm Saturday, July 16 on Prime

Reality Series

Stanway

Fiona Bruce and the team are in the Cotswolds to visit Stanway House. The team of experts make some intriguing finds, including a moving collection of love letters that tell a tragic tale from World War One and the owner of a suite of furniture is in for a big surprise. Plus, witness a big reaction when the owner of a box of posters bought for 50p is given a current day valuation.

7:30pm Saturday, July 9 on Prime

Reality Series

Hopetoun House

Tonight Fiona Bruce and the team greet over four thousand visitors who flocked to Hopetoun House on the banks of the Forth in Scotland for one of the busiest Roadshows on record. Objects under scrutiny include a rare illustration of Queen Victoria visiting Balmoral for the first time, a valuable pottery pig kept in a cat basket, and some of the earliest records in the story of British broadcasting.

7:35pm Saturday, July 2 on Prime

Reality Series

Somerleyton

We welcome the return of Fiona Bruce and the team tonight as they head to the most easterly edge of Britain, to Somerleyton Hall, near Lowestoft. Amongst the objects intriguing the experts are a glass vase believed by the owner to be a fake which turns out to be both rare and valuable, items recovered from the crashed plane that brought Rudolf Hess to Scotland in World War 2, and the fedora worn by Michael Jackson whilst on a UK tour turns out to be a bit of a thriller.

7:35pm Saturday, June 4 on Prime

Reality Series

Leeds Part 2

Fiona Bruce and the team of experts set up for another busy day as they make a return visit to Leeds Town Hall. Objects under scrutiny tonight include an enormous sculpture of carved elephants weighing a ton and bought on the internet, a gold ring from the 16th century dug up in a field, and a doll with a tragic tale is brought out of her glass case for the first time in a hundred years.

7:30pm Saturday, May 28 on Prime

Reality Series

Leeds

Fiona Bruce and the team visit a packed Leeds Town Hall tonight for another busy day of valuations. Amongst the items intriguing the experts are a valuable diamond brooch left as security for an unpaid off-licence bill, a 15th century spoon found by a builder whilst digging in a trench, and the price of a single glass nearly induces heart failure in one lucky owner.

7:30pm Saturday, May 21 on Prime

Reality Series

Ironbridge

Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team head to Blists Hill Victorian Town near Ironbridge in Shropshire tonight to see what treasures await. Objects exciting the experts include a rare group of early puppets, a collection of clothes and accessories from the Swinging Sixties, and a valuable oak dresser described as the “best of the best.”

7:30pm Saturday, May 14 on Prime

Reality Series

Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team are in Bath tonight, where they welcome visitors to the magnificent Assembly Rooms. Cameras focus in on family treasures including a rare teapot bought at a boot sale, an unusual image of Hitler depicted in propaganda posters and a painting of a gentle Irish landscape hides a dramatic valuation.