Antiques Roadshow

Series 38
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Series 38, Episode 7 - The Royal William Yard 2

3.0 3 x
Fiona Bruce presents from the Royal William Yard in Plymouth, where finds include a flask of naval rum and a ceremonial wooden spoon from Cambridge University
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Series 38, Episode 6 - The Royal William Yard

4.0 7 x
Fiona Bruce presents from the Royal William Yard in Plymouth where eyes are cast over Lord Nelson's doorknobs, and a diamond necklace the length of a skipping rope.
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Series 38, Episode 5 - Durham Cathedral 2

3.0 6 x
Fiona Bruce presents from Durham Cathedral, where finds include a carriage clock, an early drawing by Laura Knight, and a 19th-century missionary's medical kit.
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Series 38, Episode 4 - Broughton 1

4.0 12 x
Fiona Bruce presents from Broughton Castle, near Banbury, Oxfordshire, where finds include a book of police mug shots, a Victorian baby bouncer and a musical penknife.
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Series 38, Episode 3 - RAF Coningsby 1

4.0 7 x
Fiona Bruce presents from RAF Coningsby, an operational air base in Lincolnshire, where she takes to the sky in a Dakota aircraft and examines some air force memorabilia.
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Series 38, Episode 2 - Balmoral Royal Special

4.0 10 x
The Antiques Roadshow pays tribute to Her Majesty the Queen as she becomes Britain's longest-serving monarch.
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Series 38, Episode 2 - Balmoral Royal Special

3.0 13 x
The Antiques Roadshow pays tribute to Her Majesty the Queen as she becomes Britain's longest-serving monarch.
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Series 38, Episode 1 - Plas Newydd 1

4.0 9 x
The team visits the Plas Newydd country estate on Anglesey, where items brought in include a Victorian cane, an 18th century grandmother clock, and two giant toy giraffes.
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Series 38, Episode 1 - Plas Newydd 1

3.0 10 x
The team visits the Plas Newydd country estate on Anglesey, where items brought in include a Victorian cane, an 18th century grandmother clock, and two giant toy giraffes.
Series 37
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Series 37, Episode 27 - Ashton Court/Hillsborough 2

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The team visits Hillsborough Castle and Ashton Court and examines a medal from the Battle of Waterloo and a model of Clifton Suspension Bridge.
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