Michael Aspel and the team arrive at Wakehurst Place in West Sussex for a day of evaluations. Objects include a decorative cast-iron finial from Tower Bridge. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team are in Glasgow's Kelvingrove Museum, where objects under scrutiny include artwork drawn in the trenches of World War I. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team make a second visit to Glasgow's Kelvingrove art gallery where another outstanding haul awaits. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team are at Southport's Floral Hall. Pieces under scrutiny include a rare perfume bottle valued at £2,000 and a mobile telephone from Victorian days. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team visit Sydney and Melbourne, where finds include a squatters' tool chest and some bizarre mementos from the Beatles' only visit to Australia. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team visit Holkham Hall, where objects include an antique three leaf clover brooch and a cannon used on the North West Frontier of India. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team are at Carters Steam Fair in north London. Amongst the items under scrutiny are an original script written by Ronnie Barker for a classic comedy sketch. Show more
Michael Aspel is in Buckinghamshire where featured items include rare pictures of AA Milne's son, a previously unknown portrait of Nelson's daughter and and a stash of jewels. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team head for Aberdeen Music Hall. Objects featured include a Scottish broadsword bought with money saved from a youngster's paper round.
Michael Aspel and the team head to Prideaux Place in Cornwall. Amongst the objects under scrutiny are a revealing letter written on board HMS Victory by Lord Nelson.
Michael Aspel and the team have a busy day in Tavistock Market. Objects featured include an Elizabethan jug pulled out of a well and a painting with a sinister tale to tell. Show more
A second visit to Lacock Abbey for Michael Aspel and the team, where items that excite the experts include a Wedgwood teapot featured in an early photograph by Fox Talbot. Show more
Michael Aspel takes a look at the stories surrounding some of the objects after they left the Roadshow. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team are at Hughenden Manor. Among the items are a set of rare Victorian fairground figures, a 17th century water flagon and a painting of an Irish landscape. Show more
Michael Aspel introduces unscreened finds from recent visits to Kedleston Hall near Derby and Swansea's Brangwyn Hall. Amongst the objects are a life-size model of King Kong. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team head to Prideaux Place in Cornwall. Amongst the objects under scrutiny is an 18th century Japanese device for listening to music created by crickets. Show more
Michael Aspel, the team of experts and 2,000 eager visitors invade Arundel Castle for a busy Roadshow in the magnificent Barons Hall.
Michael Aspel and the team welcome hundreds of enthusiastic young collectors to the Royal Museum in Edinburgh. Amongst the treasures is a silver toboggan. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team return to Gloucester Cathedral. Objects uncovered include the microphone used by Churchill to announce the end of World War 2. Show more
Michael Aspel and the team of experts invite more people to bring their antiques along for valuation. This programme comes from Gloucester Cathedral. Show more