Antiques Roadshow

TV Show (1992 - 2014)

Antiques Roadshow
The roving team value more decorative objects and rarities belonging to the public
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Monday, March 2 2015
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 37 Episode 14: Walthamstow Town Hall 2

    Fiona Bruce and the team return to Waltham Forest Town Hall in east London, where items of interest include an Art Deco pendant that may have been constructed around an ancient Egyptian scarab beetle more 3,000 years ago, an enamel Chinese box discovered among a 20p car-boot haul and a huge collection of early 20th-century tiles discovered behind a chimney. Other highlights include a 1960s jacket with a Beatles connection and a purse that saved a German soldier's life in the First World War. Fiona also celebrates Walthamstow's most famous son, designer William Morris, exploring his Arts and Crafts Style and his passion for politics

  • Season 37 Episode 13: Durham Cathedral 1

    Fiona Bruce and the team visit Durham Cathedral, where treasures include a sweetheart brooch linked to the Grenadier Guards, a set of secret documents offering information about the D-Day landings, a coachman's penknife with a tool for every occasion and two paintings by artist Norman Cornish, who documented life in the pit communities. Plus, a vintage sun lamp bought from a charity shop on the way to the Roadshow

  • Season 37 Episode 12: Christmas Special

    Fiona Bruce looks back at the year's highlights and presents updates on items that have appeared on the series over the past few months. She finds out what happened to a striking piece of Banksy art that appeared in Bristol in May, and there's a special development concerning a tapestry stitched in tribute to the rock band Status Quo by a paralysed man, as the Roadshow arranges a meeting between the band and the man's mother. There's another chance to see the moment keen model railway enthusiast Paul Atterbury got to play with a train set that hadn't been out of its box for more than 70 years, when it appeared at Chenies Manor in Buckinghamshire, and other highlights include a surprisingly valuable train ticket and a clock once given as a gift by Queen Victoria

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