• Air date: 04 Sep '22 9 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 (9)
    • 1. Wollaton Hall 1

      04 Sep '22
      Antiques Roadshow is at Wollaton Hall in Nottingham where treasures include a fire extinguisher cocktail shaker, a pineapple toy monkey and Queen Victoria’s undergarments.
    • 2. Sefton Park Palm House 1

      25 Sep '22
      Antiques Roadshow is at Sefton Park in Liverpool, where treasures include a Ming vase bought in a charity shop, some valuable Beatles memorabilia and a painting by George Melly.
    • 3. Brodie Castle & Estate, Morayshire 1

      02 Oct '22
      The team visit Brodie Castle in Scotland, where treasures include a rare diamond brooch, a three-legged ceramic toad and a collection of Highland Games memorabilia.
    • 4. Clissold Park 1

      09 Oct '22
      At Clissold Park in Stoke Newington, treasures include a collection of vintage skateboards, a portrait of a young Helen Mirren, and a rare ‘parrot’ ring.
    • 5. Brodie Castle & Estate, Morayshire 2

      16 Oct '22
      At Brodie Castle in northern Scotland, treasures include a painting by Landseer, a curling trophy, football memorabilia and a footlocker. Meanwhile, Fiona gets to meet a giant rabbit.
    • 6. Wollaton Hall 2

      30 Oct '22
      The team visit Wollaton Hall in Nottingham, where treasures include Batman’s mask, a portrait of a forgotten female Romantic poet, and Elizabethan clothing of extreme rarity.
    • 7. Eden Project 1

      05 Mar '23
      In a special episode filmed before the Accession, Fiona Bruce welcomes the Queen Consort to the Eden Project in Cornwall.
    • 8. Belmont House 1

      12 Mar '23
      Fiona and the team visit beautiful Belmont House in Kent, where treasures include an early David Hockney, a Take That trophy and the telegram that ended World War II.
    • 9. Clissold Park 3

      19 Mar '23
      The team are at Clissold Park in Stoke Newington, where treasures include ancient Peruvian pottery, an archive of textile designs by pioneer Althea McNish and Harold Wilson’s pipe.