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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Friday, October 24 2014
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 37 Episode 8: World War One Special

    Fiona Bruce presents a second programme from the Somme battlefields, in which she and a small group of experts meet families with stories of courage and humanity in wartime, with various items helping to bring their tales to life. They include the story of a footballer who is said to have kicked a ball to lead an advance into enemy lines, and the account of one of the first nurses to have gone to war - and ended up serving alongside Edith Cavell. A German soldier's grandson reveals all the objects his relative took to the trenches where he lost his life - including a letter to be read in the event of his death - and Fiona tells the story of her great-grandfather, who fought at the Somme

  • Season 37 Episode 7: Chenies Manor 2

    Fiona Bruce and the team return to Chenies Manor near Amersham in Buckinghamshire, where members of the public bring along treasured antiques and collectibles. A young woman chooses a 21st birthday present from a collection of pocket watches kept in a biscuit tin and a train set that has been in its box for 70 years finally sees the light of day. Fiona reads a letter from a soldier to be opened in the event of his death, the relatives of a glassblower pay a moving tribute to their father's work and the update feature focuses on an ornate French plant stand first seen on the show in 1991

  • Season 37 Episode 6: Chenies Manor 1

    Fiona Bruce and the team visit Chenies Manor near Amersham in Buckinghamshire, where members of the public bring along treasured antiques and collectibles to hear their stories and discover their worth. Items include a chair designed by a family better known for luxury cars, a painting by one of Britain's first modern artists and a helmet brought in by a collector of Star Wars memorabilia. Specialist Freya Yuan also translates a poem engraved on a bamboo pot, and there's a debate on antique ivory with Will Travers of the Born Free Foundation and Marjorie Trusted of the V&A Museum

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