Antiques Roadshow

7:30pm Saturday, December 5 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce and the team visit Dulwich Art Gallery in South London. Objects exciting the experts are an early and little known photograph of Winston Churchill, a theatrical costume dating from the early days of pantomine, and one of the most valuable paintings seen on the show in recent years.

7:30pm Saturday, November 28 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce and the team of experts are in Dundee. Among the treasures unearthed are a valuable miniature clock smuggled out of Germany in World War II, the World’s first copying machine invented by a Scot in 1780, and an extraordinary letter sent to a conscientious objector comes to light.

7:30pm Saturday, November 21 on Prime

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A second programme from the Bishops Palace in Somerset as Fiona Bruce and the team of experts welcome visitors with their valuables. Objects under scrutiny include a valuable bracelet once gifted by Queen Victoria, a small seal used by campaigners for the abolition of slavery, and there’s a revealing moment for the owners of a rare tapestry.

7:30pm Saturday, November 14 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce and the team travel to the Bishops Palace in Somerset. Amongst the objects under scrutiny are one of the earliest objects ever seen on the Roadshow, a painting by Rolf Harris’ grandfather, and a plate reputedly found in Captain Scott’s tent on the ill fated Antarctic expedition.

7:30pm Saturday, November 7 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce and the team return for another busy day at the Titanic Drawing Offices in Belfast.

Objects uncovered include a medicine chest from early Victorian times complete with many intact medicines, an historic document marking the end of World War 2 and a pair of rare Irish plate buckets worth the price of a new car.

7:30pm Saturday, October 31 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce and the team set up for business in Belfast. To mark the centenary of construction commencing on the Titanic, the show is recorded in the former drawing offices of Harland and Wolff where the ship was conceived. Amongst the objects under scrutiny are the camera and original images that captivated the world when the Cottingley fairy photos were first seen, a nude dancer with a high price tag, and a dressing table originally made for the Titanic.

7:30pm Saturday, October 17 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce and the team visit Dumfries House near Ayr in Scotland. Objects intriguing the experts include an early toy train in remarkable condition, an outstanding example of Chippendale furniture and a glass vase bought at a boot sale hides a stunning valuation. Plus there’s a special interview with HRH The Prince of Wales about his involvement in the rescue mission to save the unique collection at Dumfries House from being broken up.

7:30pm Saturday, October 10 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce returns to Oxford University where she attended as a student. Objects brought before the experts in the Quad include a unique record of a Beatles’ recording session, a Maori carving with a macabre past life and a Russian painting provides a shock valuation for its owner.

8:30pm Sunday, October 4 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce introduces previously unscreened finds from two recent venues; Lanhydrock in Cornwall and Bodnant Garden in North Wales. Objects uncovered by the experts include a collection of jewellery made for suffragettes, a rare painting rescued from a skip at Sissinghurst, and a fascinating group of photographs recording the Queen’s first Christmas broadcast.

7:30pm Sunday, September 27 on Prime

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Fiona Bruce and the team assemble on the lawns of Bodnant Garden in North Wales. Items exciting the experts include an elaborate tea service made for Maharajah, designs for the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and a rare bronze depicting the defeat of Native Americans receives a surprising valuation.