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  • Bolsover Castle 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire, where finds include a DH Lawrence painting, a collection of vintage hats and a jade pendant.

  • RAF Coningsby 2

    Fiona Bruce returns to RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire, where finds include a harp that survived the French Revolution and a curious wooden item with an unexpected purpose.

  • Walmer Castle 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Walmer castle, Kent, where finds include a rare pottery piglet, a revolving table with secret compartments, and a British PoW's diary.

  • Walmer Castle 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Walmer Castle, Kent, where the team values a jacket worn by President Kennedy that could be one of the most valuable items on the series.

  • Plas Newydd 2

    Fiona Bruce returns to Plas Newydd on the Isle of Anglesey, where finds include a Chinese punchbowl and a collection of historical items related to deafness.

  • Balmoral 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from the Queen's private residence at Balmoral, where items brought in to be valued include a ceramic pot made by Pablo Picasso.

  • Balmoral 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Balmoral, and views archive footage of the royal family. Valuables featured include a collection of medals with a connection to the Titanic.

  • Lyme Park 1

    Fiona Bruce presents a Christmas special from Lyme Park in Cheshire, where she looks back at children's Christmas presents dating back to Edwardian times.

  • Bowood House 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Bowood House in Wiltshire, where the items brought in to be valued include an account of the sinking of the Titanic by an officer who survived.

  • Plas Newydd 1

    The team visits the Plas Newydd country estate on Anglesey, where items brought in include a Victorian cane, an 18th century grandmother clock, and two giant toy giraffes.

  • Bowood House 2

    Fiona Bruce presents the second of two programmes from Bowood House, Wiltshire, where the experts examine a box engraved with a secret code and a Russian cigarette case.

  • India Special

    Fiona Bruce presents an episode focused on Indian art and culture from the Neasden Temple in North London, revealing the connections between British and Indian history.

  • The Royal Hall Harrogate 1

    Fiona Bruce and the team head to the Royal Hall in Harrogate, with Alastair Dickenson giving his highest valuation in 20 years on the show.

  • The Royal Hall Harrogate 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from the Royal Hall, Harrogate, where Phillip Mould examines an ink drawing that he believes may have been made by Picasso.

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, where items include an ugly family heirloom that has an important heritage.

  • Balmoral Royal Special

    The Antiques Roadshow pays tribute to Her Majesty the Queen as she becomes Britain's longest-serving monarch.

Episode guide

Antiques Roadshow

Series 36

Antiques Roadshow

  • Wightwick Manor

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  • Polesden Lacey

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  • Eastbourne Bandstand

    There are plenty of old relics in Eastbourne as a collection of pottery, a signalling lamp used on D-Day and rare images of Marilyn Monroe enrapture the experts.

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  • Eastbourne Bandstand

    Thousands of collectors march their treasures down to Eastbourne Bandstand, where the antiques experts await. One piece of jewellery gets a phenomenal valuation.

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  • Fountains Abbey

    The past masters test the resolve of collectors in Yorkshire by slapping price tags on their prized items, which include a cache of love letters and a precious jewel.

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  • Southsea - Royal Marines Museum

    Fiona Bruce and her troops price up valuables in Southsea. Finds include chairs made from the timber of HMS Victory and a Russian princess's bangle.

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  • Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester

    Capital gains in the 'Capital of the Cotswolds'. Antiques appraised include what could be the most valuable picture ever seen on the show.

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  • Newstead Abbey

    Curious curios and amazing antiques. Among the discoveries here are a literature prize presented to a young DH Lawrence and a medal for bravery - awarded to a pigeon.

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  • Towneley Hall

    That very British antiques show in very British weather. The experts brave the Burnley rain and are rewarded with a fine array of items, including a centuries-old ring.

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  • The Scottish Gallery of Modern Art

    Hopeful hoarders offer up their wares for evaluation in Edinburgh. A carved ivory figure from the 1700s and a Robert Burns manuscript cause a stir.

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  • The Royal Ballet School

    Richmond Park plays host to Fiona Bruce's royal company of antiques experts. Porcelain figures made by ballerina Anna Pavlova and a WWII longbow are sized up.

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  • Retrospective

    Fiona Bruce reviews the most memorable antique finds of 2013, with updates on several star items - including an object that fetched the show's highest ever sale price.

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  • Sainsbury Centre

    More relics come under the beady eye of the experts. Hoping for 'cashback' in Norwich are the owners of William Gladstone's death mask and a complete 1950s kitchen.

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  • Exeter Cathedral

    Devon knows how to make the Roadshow experts busy, as the past masters form an opinion on everything from artwork painted by a young Edward VII to rare Delft plates.

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  • Scone Palace

    The antiques show best enjoyed with tea and a scone. And we're in Scone here, as an 'ugly' family brooch, a tea caddy and a 15th century book receive expert evaluations.

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  • World War I Special

    The first of two poignant specials marking 100 years since WWI commenced. Fiona Bruce and friends visit France, inspecting objects and hearing tales from the war.

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  • Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester

    The experts' knowledge is really put to the test as they are presented with an array of eclectic items, from a mantrap to Nelson's teapot.

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  • Polesden Lacey

    A splendid day of valuations in Surrey. Quirky finds include a picture of JMW Turner's house, early board game designs and an instrument panel from a Lancaster bomber.

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  • Gregynog

    The immortal antiques show that's loved by millions. Family treasures up for valuation include secret plans drawn up by a British POW in World War II and a rare sapphire.

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  • Southsea - Royal Marines Museum

    Hopeful hoarders have their heirlooms priced up. Finds include a Jolly Roger flag flown by the crew of a British submarine in WWII and a creepy doll.

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  • Exeter Cathedral

    Another feast of finds for Fiona Bruce and the experts at Exeter Cathedral. Items featured include rare Elisabeth Frink artworks and a map of the Battle of Waterloo.

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  • The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

    A feast of finds for Fiona Bruce and the experts in Edinburgh, including a Buddhist lion dog and a sketchbook from the SS Great Britain.

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  • The Royal Ballet School, Richmond

    The antiques show that you should make a 'pointe' of seeing. A Maori feather box, a musical chamber pot and a wooden table are among today's finds.

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  • Sainsbury Centre, Norwich

    Prized possessions assessed. An 18th-century glass bought for 10p is worth a lot more now. And what sort of money will Queen Victoria's big bloomers fetch?

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  • Wentworth Woodhouse

    The UK's largest private house welcomes the boffins of bibelots, who slap price tags on a glass punch bowl and a box of bones dating from the Napoleonic Wars.

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  • Wentworth Woodhouse

    Setting up at the Grade I listed house in South Yorkshire, Fiona Bruce's top team have exciting news for the owners of a Georgian tea tray and a rare Faberge egg.

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Antiques Roadshow

Series 37

Antiques Roadshow

  • Hillsborough Castle

    This very royal Roadshow is marked by a visit from the Queen and Prince Philip, who meet some of the team in Northern Ireland. A Shirley Temple doll is valued.

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  • Kirby Hall

    A trip to Kirby Hall in Northants, a romantic ruin originally built to impress Elizabeth I. A vintage TV set, a jade bowl and a Charlie Chaplin doll get expert valuations.

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  • Kirby Hall 2

    Victorian jewellery, art deco enamel and a toy football team are appraised by the experts. A Venetian drug jar could be worth a fortune, but is it an original? Find out.

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  • Scone Palace 2

    Antiques appraised. Family legend holds that a 19th-century military campaign box was stolen from Napoleon - but can it be proven? A silver tea service is admired.

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  • Derby Roundhouse

    Hear about the history behind intriguing artefacts, including Clarice Cliff bookends won in a darts tournament and a portrait painted on a pillowcase in a POW camp.

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  • Chenies Manor

    Antiques assessed on a glorious summer's day at the Grade I listed Chenies Manor. Star Wars memorabilia and a Chinese bamboo pot receive jaw-dropping valuations.

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  • Chenies Manor 2

    Hear historical titbits as antiques are appraised. Fiona Bruce reads a tragic letter from a soldier, while there's an extraordinary update on an ornate French plant.

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  • World War One Special

    A poignant episode from the Somme battlefields, as Fiona Bruce and the experts hear tales of wartime courage and humanity while appraising artefacts from WWI.

  • Tredegar House 1

    Fiona Bruce hosts from this fine 17th-century house near Newport. Curios testing the experts include a carved coconut and a tapestry tribute to rock band Status Quo.

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  • Towneley Hall 2

    More collectors have their fingers crossed for a big payday in Burnley. An assortment of cut-throat razors, a Tiffany mosaic and Lone Ranger miscellany are appraised.

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  • Walthamstow Town Hall 1

    Fiona Bruce and the past masters cast an expert eye over more prized possessions, including a Rolex watch, a ring by a noted jeweller and an old train ticket.

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  • Christmas Special

    Find out what happened to some of the more intriguing items to have appeared on past shows, including a Faberge egg, Banksy street art and a Status Quo tapestry.

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  • Durham Cathedral

    Collectors dust off their wares for the nomadic antiques aficionados to admire. A sweetheart brooch, a Victorian penknife and secret D-Day documents are evaluated.

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  • Walthamstow Town Hall 2

    The much-loved series that's into its fifth decade. Curios with tales to tell include an art deco pendant and a purse that saved the life of a German soldier.

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  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral

    Deep in the Metropolitan Cathedral's vast crypt, the Roadshow team cast their expert eyes over a miniature kitchen range and a 1970s barber's chair.

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  • Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral 2

    A miniature piano with a secret, a model of a local ship and a sketch by LS Lowry are among the relics with fascinating backstories in Liverpool.

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  • Tredegar House 2

    See if you can guess the worth of more eclectic treasures, including a locket given by Queen Victoria, a Welsh-made classic car and a device for creating tattoos.

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  • Belton House

    The owners of dusty old heirlooms hope for a welcome surprise from the Roadshow valuators. Chairman Mao memorabilia, ceramic drug jars and a tiny pistol are appraised.

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  • Belton House 2

    The past masters have their expertise pushed to the limit by an array of exotic finds in Lincolnshire, including a ceramic elephant and a starfish-shaped chair.

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  • Lowther Castle

    The former home of the flamboyant Earl of Lonsdale - aka 'the Yellow Earl' - plays host. Finds include a toy steamboat, a saucy illustration and an unusual letterbox.

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  • Lowther Castle 2

    Action Man figures, a giant skeleton clock and watercolours by Beatrix Potter - all in a day's work for the roving antiques aces, who make a return visit to Cumbria.

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  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

    The Victorian fascination for taxidermy is apparent when insects mounted in metal turn up in Glasgow. Hear what this and other valuables are worth.

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  • Barrington Court

    At this fine Tudor manor house in Somerset, the experts weigh up the worth of a Noah's ark model from the 1920s, an Elizabethan wine jug and a Victorian bracelet.

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  • Barrington Court 2

    Appraised artefacts with tales to tell include a revolver said to have been owned by Wild West showman Buffalo Bill and signal flags from the Normandy landings.

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  • Ashton Court

    Hear about the background behind priceless possessions both old and new, from a nautilus shell engraved with Brunel's suspension bridge to a piece of Banksy graffiti.

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  • The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 3

    The antiques aficionados reveal the truth worth of a stunning piece of Swedish glass and an invitation to Sir Walter Scott's funeral.

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  • Ashton Court/Hillsborough 2

    A medal from the Battle of Waterloo and a souvenir of the Great Suffragette Rally in 1908 are just two of the rare relics with incredible backstories.

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Antiques Roadshow

Series 38

Antiques Roadshow

  • Plas Newydd 1

    The team visits the Plas Newydd country estate on Anglesey, where items brought in include a Victorian cane, an 18th century grandmother clock, and two giant toy giraffes.

  • Balmoral Royal Special

    The Antiques Roadshow pays tribute to Her Majesty the Queen as she becomes Britain's longest-serving monarch.

  • RAF Coningsby 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from RAF Coningsby, an operational air base in Lincolnshire, where she takes to the sky in a Dakota aircraft and examines some air force memorabilia.

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  • Broughton 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Broughton Castle, near Banbury, Oxfordshire, where finds include a book of police mug shots, a Victorian baby bouncer and a musical penknife.

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  • Durham Cathedral 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Durham Cathedral, where finds include a carriage clock, an early drawing by Laura Knight, and a 19th-century missionary's medical kit.

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  • The Royal William Yard

    Fiona Bruce presents from the Royal William Yard in Plymouth where eyes are cast over Lord Nelson's doorknobs, and a diamond necklace the length of a skipping rope.

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  • The Royal William Yard 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from the Royal William Yard in Plymouth, where finds include a flask of naval rum and a ceremonial wooden spoon from Cambridge University

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  • Bolsover Castle

    Fiona Bruce presents from Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire, where finds include illustrations for a Roald Dahl story and a miniature house used for training plumbers.

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  • Bolsover Castle 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire, where finds include a DH Lawrence painting, a collection of vintage hats and a jade pendant.

  • RAF Coningsby 2

    Fiona Bruce returns to RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire, where finds include a harp that survived the French Revolution and a curious wooden item with an unexpected purpose.

  • Walmer Castle 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Walmer castle, Kent, where finds include a rare pottery piglet, a revolving table with secret compartments, and a British PoW's diary.

  • Balmoral 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Balmoral, and views archive footage of the royal family. Valuables featured include a collection of medals with a connection to the Titanic.

  • Lyme Park 1

    Fiona Bruce presents a Christmas special from Lyme Park in Cheshire, where she looks back at children's Christmas presents dating back to Edwardian times.

  • India Special

    Fiona Bruce presents an episode focused on Indian art and culture from the Neasden Temple in North London, revealing the connections between British and Indian history.

  • The Royal Hall Harrogate 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from the Royal Hall, Harrogate, where Phillip Mould examines an ink drawing that he believes may have been made by Picasso.

  • Trentham Gardens 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Trentham Gardens near Stoke-on-Trent, where the experts value a selection of rare finds from the region's historic potteries.

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  • Trentham Gardens 2

    Fiona Bruce presents a second visit to Trentham Gardens near Stoke-on-Trent, where items featured include an early camera and a dagger with a gruesome history.

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  • Bowood House 2

    Fiona Bruce presents the second of two programmes from Bowood House, Wiltshire, where the experts examine a box engraved with a secret code and a Russian cigarette case.

  • The Royal Hall Harrogate 1

    Fiona Bruce and the team head to the Royal Hall in Harrogate, with Alastair Dickenson giving his highest valuation in 20 years on the show.

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, where items include an ugly family heirloom that has an important heritage.

  • Lyme Park 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Lyme Park in Cheshire, where items brought in to be valued include pistols and a portrait of actress Sarah Bernhardt.

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  • Bowood House 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Bowood House in Wiltshire, where the items brought in to be valued include an account of the sinking of the Titanic by an officer who survived.

  • Hanbury Hall 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Hanbury Hall, Droitwich. Items featured include a jacket designed by Peter Blake, a nude painting and a sketch of Napoleon on his deathbed.

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  • Balmoral 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from the Queen's private residence at Balmoral, where items brought in to be valued include a ceramic pot made by Pablo Picasso.

  • Walmer Castle 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Walmer Castle, Kent, where the team values a jacket worn by President Kennedy that could be one of the most valuable items on the series.

  • Plas Newydd 2

    Fiona Bruce returns to Plas Newydd on the Isle of Anglesey, where finds include a Chinese punchbowl and a collection of historical items related to deafness.

Antiques Roadshow

Series 39

Antiques Roadshow

  • Tewkesbury Abbey 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Tewkesbury Abbey, Gloucestershire, where a collection of rare figures and dolls turns out to be a find of national importance.

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  • Audley End 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Audley End, Essex, where experts value a historically important sword, and a set of vases that result in a shocking announcement.

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  • Audley End 2

    Fiona Bruce presents a second visit to Audley End, Essex, where items up for valuation include a bronze cockerel and a table that Napoleon may have signed his abdication on.

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  • Hanbury Hall 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Hanbury Hall, Droitwich, where unusual objects include a narwhal tusk and an unusually large fishing rod that was used during the First World War.

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  • Arley Hall 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Arley Hall and Gardens in Cheshire, where a time capsule that has been buried for 130 years is opened for the first time on camera.

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  • Highlights of 2016

    Fiona Bruce finds out what happened after some of this year's most memorable finds were sold, revisiting the former owners to find out what they did with the proceeds.

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  • Compilation

    Fiona Bruce introduces unscreened items from recent shows, including a garnet and diamond cross believed to have been gifted by Marie Antoinette en route to the guillotine.

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  • Pembroke Castle 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Pembroke Castle, where items under inspection include a ring that changes colour, a papal hat and a collection of Anglo-Indian paintings.

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  • Broughton Castle 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Broughton Castle in Oxfordshire, where items brought in for valuation include two 18th-century paintings depicting the house's servants.

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  • Tewkesbury Abbey 2

    Fiona Bruce presents a second visit to Tewkesbury Abbey in Gloucestershire, where experts examine a picture of Chairman Mao by Andy Warhol and a rare 18th-century dress.

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  • Baddesley Clinton 2

    The team value more rarities at Baddesley Clinton, near Solihull, including a rare silver box and a painting entitled The Nudist Colony's Annual Dinner Dance.

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  • Trelissick

    Fiona Bruce presents from Trelissick, near Truro in Cornwall, where objects under examination include a bust of Winston Churchill found at the bottom of a lake.

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  • Burton Constable 2

    Fiona Bruce presents from Burton Constable Hall near Hull, where historic items brought in to be valued include a series of letters written by Florence Nightingale.

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  • Caversham Park 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Caversham Park, home to the BBC's international news monitoring service. Finds include some notes by a 17th-century Shakespeare fan.

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  • Ightham Mote 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Ightham Mote, a medieval manor near Sevenoaks, where objects brought in to be valued include gold and porcelain false teeth.

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  • Holker Hall 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from the Lake District, where items include a collection of signed Beatrix Potter first editions and a desk that belonged to the last Russian tsar.

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  • Golden Age of Travel Special

    Fiona Bruce presents from on board the Flying Scotsman during a journey across Cumbria and Yorkshire, with passengers sharing stories from the history of travel.

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  • Pembroke Castle 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Pembroke Castle in South Wales, where objects brought in to be valued include photographs charting the last days of the Russian royal family.

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  • Burton Constable 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Burton Constable Hall near Hull, where objects brought in to be valued include a ship's anchor that was found in a garden pond.

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  • Arley Hall 2

    Fiona Bruce and the team return to Arley Hall, Cheshire, where the experts turn their attention to a PoW's diary and a painting that turns out to be by an acclaimed artist.

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  • Senate House 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Senate House in Bloomsbury, where items under valuation include a horse's hoof, a collection of stained glass panels, and a diamond bracelet.

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  • Holocaust Memorial Special

    Fiona Bruce and a small team of experts meet a remarkable group of British survivors whose lives were shattered by the events of World War II.

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  • Caversham 2

    Fiona Bruce returns to BBC Caversham, near Reading, where objects brought in to be valued include a communion book that was originally owned by war poet Wilfred Owen.

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  • Ightham Mote 2

    Fiona Bruce presents a second show from Ightham Mote near Sevenoaks, where finds include a collection of postcards that show how a British PoW sent messages to his family.

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  • New Lanark 2

    Fiona Bruce presents a second show from New Lanark on the banks of the Clyde, where items brought in to be valued include diamonds that were hidden in an upholstered chair.

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  • Baddesley Clinton 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from Baddesley Clinton, a moated manor house near Birmingham. Items brought in to be valued include a controversial carving of St George.

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  • New Lanark 1

    Fiona Bruce presents from an 18th-century cotton mill on the banks of the River Clyde, where a painting is a reminder of its owner's uncomfortable family secret.

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