Antiques Roadshow

May 2020

Series 42: National Botanic Garden of Wales 2

3.0 8 x
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.

Series 42: VE Day Special

4.0 4 x
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.
April 2020

Series 42: Castle Ward 2

4.5 15 x
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.

Series 42: 15. Lytham Hall 2

3.0 46 x
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.

Series 42: Compton Verney 2

3.0 12 x
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.

Series 42: National Botanic Garden of Wales 1

3.0 6 x
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.
March 2020

Series 42: Morden Hall Park 2

4.0 12 x
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.

Series 42: Salisbury Cathedral 2

3.0 20 x
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.

Series 42: V&A Dundee 2

3.0 4 x
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.

Series 42: Battle Abbey 1

4.0 7 x
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.
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