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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Latest Episodes

  • Season 37 Episode 17: Belton House 1

    Fiona Bruce and the team visit Belton House in Lincolnshire, where items of interest include a piece of cloth bearing the standard of William Cromwell, reportedly snatched from his funeral cortege in 1658. The experts also find a collection of Chairman Mao memorabilia amassed by a teacher during a stay in China, a purse that conceals a tiny pistol, a bronze sculpture of Joan of Arc, jewellery designed by Carl Faberge, and an illustrated page of British wildflowers that could be a genuine work by renowned botanist William Keble Martin

  • Season 37 Episode 16: Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral 2

    Fiona Bruce and the team return to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, where finds include a sketch by LS Lowry, a 17th-century long case, a model of a local ship that was once the fastest to cross the Atlantic, and a miniature piano that opens up to reveal a couple of secrets inside. The Dean of the Cathedral asks for help in ageing and identifying a mysterious chest found in 2009, having been bricked up behind a wall, and expert Andy McDonnell tells a tale of skulduggery when he encounters work by glass-maker Elizabeth Graydon-Stannus

  • Season 37 Episode 15: Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral 1

    Fiona Bruce and the team return after a 10-week break with a visit to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, where members of the public bring along their treasured antiques and collectibles. Items include a miniature kitchen range crafted in metal, a fragment of a 12th-century Hindu sculpture found buried in a garden and a 1970s barber's chair. Other highlights include a chunky merchant's ring that could date back to the 15th century and items once belonging to Capt Arthur Rostron, whose ship, the Carpathia, came to the aid of the Titanic

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