Antiques Roadshow

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Antiques Roadshow

Fiona Bruce presents from Eltham Palace in South London, where finds include a collection of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson puppets.

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Series 41
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Fiona Bruce looks back at favourite finds from the past 40 years of the programme, while a selection of experts reveal what happened next to some memorable items.
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Fiona Bruce presents from Etaples Military Cemetery in France, as the team discovers the personal stories behind treasured objects associated with WWI.
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Fiona Bruce presents a special episode celebrating the 100th anniversary of women winning the vote.
Series 40
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Fiona Bruce presents from Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, and accepts a challenge to work out how much three clocks have changed in value since 1977.
In the magnificent setting of Nymans garden near Crawley, an axe which was reputedly used by Mallory for his 1922 Everest expedition is brought for valuation.
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Fiona Bruce presents from Newcastle's Civic Centre, where rare diaries reveal the story of Victorian heroine Grace Darling and her mission to save lives at sea.
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A return to Abbey Pumping station in Leicester, where playwright Joe Orton's sister brings in the typewriter on which he wrote some of his most important scripts.
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Fiona Bruce visits the Parliament Buildings at Stormont Estate, Belfast. Items include an unread copy of Ulysses by James Joyce.
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Fiona Bruce visits Leicester's Museum of Science and Technology. Mark Hill examines an abandoned sculpture and Richard Price values a clock.
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The team return to Helmingham Hall in Suffolk, where items include a sapphire ring and a sketch by founder of the Boy Scouts and Girl Guides Robert Baden-Powell.
Antiques Roadshow is back in the stunning setting of Newby Hall in Yorkshire, where treasures include a letter by Roald Dahl, a priceless chair and some rare football memorabilia.
Series 40
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Fiona Bruce presents from Trelissick House and gardens in Cornwall, with unusual finds ranging from an ejector seat from a Vulcan bomber to a miniature sewing kit.
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Fiona Bruce presents from the Stormont Parliament Building in Belfast, where items to be valued include diving gear from the Titanic.
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Fiona Bruce and the team return to Cardiff Castle where items include an elaborately decorated Indian flask and a rare piece of porcelain.
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Fiona Bruce presents from Minehead Railway Station, where items brought in include a chair thought to have once belonged to Henry VIII.
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Fiona Bruce presents from Cardiff Castle, where items brought in to be valued include a jug given as a love token, an early Hockney print, and a signed Elgar score.
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At the Black Country Living Museum, one of the finds is a Faberge treasure given one of the highest valuations ever seen on the show.
Series 27
Michael Aspel and the team visit Wilton House near Salisbury where a rich trove of treasures and curiosities are brought to light, including a hoard of 200 typewriters.
The roadshow visits Barnstaple, north Devon. Hugh Scully introduces the programme, first broadcast in 1987.
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