Antiques Roadshow

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Antiques Roadshow

Fiona Bruce presents a second visit to the Black Country Living Museum, where items include one of the rarest guns featured on the show.

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June 2024
Antiques Roadshow is at Stonor Park in Oxfordshire, where treasures include a rare artefact that survived the attack on Pearl Harbor, and a genuine LS Lowry painting.
Series 40
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Fiona Bruce presents from Helmingham Hall in Suffolk, where experts examine a medieval sword found in a pond, an Indian jewel and a collection of decorative boxes.
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Fiona Bruce hosts the show from Floors Castle in Kelso, with items assessed including Murano glass, a collection of jewellery and a rare book signed by JRR Tolkien.
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Fiona Bruce presents from Castle Howard in North Yorkshire, where items brought in include a rare jade Buddha and a collection of First World War aviation paintings.
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The team visits the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, where Geoffrey Munn examines a Faberge jewel, commissioned by the Countess of Dudley in 1903.
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Fiona Bruce presents a special episode from the set of EastEnders celebrating the history of film, theatre, music and television.
The roadshow comes from the Jetty Museum on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District, where finds include a Cherokee pipe and a unique piece of footballing history.
Series 46
The roadshow pays a final visit to Alexandra Gardens in Cardiff, where treasures include a rare Welsh rugby shirt, colourful cameo glass and unseen photos of The Rolling Stones.
Series 40
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Fiona Bruce presents the show from Senate House in Bloomsbury, where experts meet a man who has flown in from Antwerp to get a carved whale bone scrimshaw valued.
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Fiona Bruce presents a second episode from Nymans gardens near Crawley, where the experts examine items including a jewelled locket that was a gift from Queen Victoria.
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Fiona Bruce presents the show from Nymans Gardens near Crawley, where items brought in to be valued include an axe used in one of George Mallory's ascents of Everest.
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Fiona Bruce presents from Minehead Railway Station, where the experts value items with connections to the Beatles, Rodin and the Russian royal family.
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The programme embarks on its 40th anniversary tour by paying a visit to the stately home of Castle Howard, near York. Presented by Fiona Bruce.
Series 46
A special episode commemorating the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings in June 1944, filmed in Normandy and Portsmouth, and featuring testimony from those who were there.
The roadshow pays a final visit to Swanage Pier in Dorset, where treasures include shipwreck finds, a jewel-encrusted bird and an early folding bike.
Series 44
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Fiona Bruce presents the show from the Ulster Folk Museum just outside Belfast, where items include a DeLorean car, and a carving with links to maritime history.
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Fiona Bruce and the team return to Ham House in Richmond-upon-Thames, and picture specialist Alexandra Gill talks about how Tutankhamun inspired her antiques journey.
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Fiona Bruce presents the show from the Bishop's Palace in Wells, where finds include a broken plate by Victorian designer Augustus Pugin.
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Fiona Bruce presents from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, and sees one of the resident botanical artists at work capturing flowers and plants on paper.
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