• Air date: 01 Sep '19 25 episodes
      Antiques Roadshow is a British television show in which antiques appraisers travel to various regions of the United Kingdom to appraise antiques brought in by local people. It has been running since 1979. There are also international versions of the programme.
  • List of Episodes (25)
    • 1. Morden Hall Park 1

      01 Sep '19
      At Morden Hall Park in south London, finds include a Cartier driver’s watch, a plate designed by Picasso and a self-portrait by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
    • 2. Second World War Special

      08 Sep '19
      This special edition, marking 80 years since the start of World War II, brings fresh insights to the conflict through personal stories and family mementos.
    • 3. Salisbury Cathedral 1

      15 Sep '19
      At Salisbury Cathedral, surprises include a strange object linked to the Titanic, a rare astronaut’s watch and an undiscovered letter written by Churchill.
    • 4. V&A Dundee 1

      22 Sep '19
      The Roadshow is in Scotland at the V&A Dundee. Amongst the treasures brought along are a silver bowl found at a car boot sale, a Vivienne Westwood jacket and some rare SAS medals.
    • 5. Lytham Hall 1

      29 Sep '19
      At Lytham Hall in Lancashire, finds include a rare automaton, a sketch by Lowry, a world-class watch and the medals won by Britain’s first black Olympian.
    • 6. Compton Verney 1

      06 Oct '19
      At Compton Verney in Warwickshire, this week’s finds include a unique Ashes cricket stump, the Duke of Wellington’s riding crop and Queen Victoria’s chocolate box.
    • 7. Morden Hall Park 3

      13 Oct '19
      The show returns to Morden Hall Park in London, where the experts unearth a Faberge vanity case, a magnifying glass linked to Picasso and a perfectly preserved train set.
    • 8. Battle Abbey 2

      20 Oct '19
      Antiques Roadshow is at historic Battle Abbey in East Sussex, where highlights include a diamond ring bought for a pound, a valuable 17th-century violin and a telegram from Hitler.
    • 9. Castle Ward 1

      27 Oct '19
      At Castle Ward in Northern Ireland, the finds include a plate from Buckingham Palace, embroidery made from human hair and a traditional Irish wake table.
    • 10. What Happened Next

      29 Dec '19
      In a special edition of Antiques Roadshow, Fiona Bruce looks back at memorable items from recent years and finds out what happened next.
    • 11. Battle Abbey 1

      01 Mar '20
      Antiques Roadshow is at Battle Abbey, where highlights include a rare Beatles guitar, which turns out to be one of the most valuable items ever brought in.
    • 12. Salisbury Cathedral 2

      08 Mar '20
      Fiona Bruce is at Salisbury Cathedral in Wiltshire, where an eclectic mix includes Napoleon’s razor, a piece of Queen Victoria's underwear and original artwork of Judge Dredd.
    • 13. V&A Dundee 2

      15 Mar '20
      Fiona Bruce is at the V&A Dundee in Scotland. Treasures brought in include a self-pouring teapot, a glass helmet and a piece of tartan that has been to the moon.
    • 14. National Botanic Garden of Wales 1

      22 Mar '20
      Amid the gardens and the great glasshouse of the National Botanic Garden of Wales, finds include a Chinese box that Gregory Peck tried to buy and a robotic elephant.
    • 15. Morden Hall Park 2

      29 Mar '20
      At Morden Hall Park in south London, Fiona Bruce finds personal letters from Mother Teresa and a piece of fine ceramic painted using a brush with just one hair.
    • 16. Lytham Hall 2

      05 Apr '20
      At Lytham Hall in Lancashire, finds include a chair thought to be from Nelson’s flagship, relics of Victorian dentistry and watercolours rescued from a skip.
    • 17. Compton Verney 2

      12 Apr '20
      At Compton Verney in Warwickshire, the roadshow's experts hear about a First World War hero awarded the Victoria Cross and the first British woman to win an Olympic swimming gold.
    • 18. Castle Ward 2

      26 Apr '20
      Fiona Bruce returns to Castle Ward in Northern Ireland, backdrop to hit TV series Game of Thrones. Treasures include top secret D-Day plans and jewellery once baked in an oven.
    • 19. National Botanic Garden of Wales 2

      03 May '20
      At the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire, curiosities include a beaker unearthed in a First World War trench and a rare James Bond prop.
    • 20. VE Day Special

      10 May '20
      Fiona Bruce marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day, looking at memorable objects that reveal personal insights into the momentous events of the Second World War.
    • 21. The Best of the Summer

      06 Sep '20
      Fiona Bruce shares the best unseen items from roadshows around the UK, from space memorabilia to a jewel-encrusted dagger and a much-loved rocking horse.
    • 22. The Battle of Britain and the Blitz

      13 Sep '20
      To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain and the Blitz, Fiona meets one of the last remaining Battle of Britain pilots and flies in a Spitfire.
    • 23. The Best of the Summer, Part 2

      27 Sep '20
      Fiona Bruce shares some of the best unseen items from recent Roadshows, from a set of designer jewelry to an ancient strong-box and some engraved glasses with a curious past.
    • 24. The Best of the Summer, Part 3

      18 Oct '20
      Fiona Bruce shares some of the best unseen items from recent roadshows, from a possible Banksy to an African spear linked to the explorer Livingstone.
    • 25. What Happened Next

      27 Dec '20
      Fiona Bruce is at iconic Pinewood Studios to present a special episode following up some memorable finds of recent years to see what happened after the cameras stopped rolling.