A return visit to Broughton Castle near Banbury in Oxfordshire uncovers two very large portraits depicting servants who worked at the castle in the 18th century. Show more
At Hertford College, Oxford, Fiona Bruce and the experts look at items including a bracelet once worn by a princess and expensive ceramics bought for a song at a boot sale. Show more
The Antiques Roadshow makes a return visit to Belton House, where finds include a ceramic souvenir of the first elephant at Regent's Park Zoo. Show more
A visit to Baddesley Clinton near Warwick uncovers a gruesome box containing a wooden peg removed from a child's eye by a surgeon in the 1780s. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team make a return to Wimbledon's All England Tennis Club, meeting Londoners bringing their precious heirlooms for appraisal.
Members of the public have their antiques valued by experts. A second visit to Lincoln Cathedral for Fiona Bruce and the experts. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team travel to the Bishop's Palace in Wells, Somerset.
Michael Aspel and the team pay a second visit to East Kirkby Airfield in Lincolnshire. A squadron of classic Morris minors lands on the runway. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team choose their favourite moments of the series. Includes the moment when a one-pound bootsale buy became the best investment in Roadshow history. Show more
A visit to Baddesley Clinton sees the team uncover an exceptionally rare silver box, a revealing painting and two gold boxes once used by surgeons to apply snuff. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the experts head to Senate House, Britain's first skyscraper. Objects brought in for scrutiny include stained-glass panels found in a skip. Show more
Michael Aspel presents his first Antiques Roadshow from the magnificent surroundings of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Show more
Michael Aspel hosts, as a visit to Barnstaple in North Devon turns up an enamel miniature by Henry Bone and a World War I pilot's watch once worn by TE Lawrence. Show more
Michael Aspel and a team of experts examine curios and artefacts offered up by the public. This episode was filmed in the Valley Leisure Centre in Biddulph, Staffordshire. Show more
Michael Aspel and a team of experts examine curios and artefacts offered up by the public. This time, the venue is Glamis Castle in Angus, Scotland. Show more
A special edition in which Michael Aspel introduces moments from previous roadshows and recounts stories of the Queen Mother's early life at Glamis Castle. Show more
Antiques series. The team head for Devon's beautiful Tamar Valley and weigh anchor at Morwellham Quay.
The Antiques Roadshow team visit Barrington Court in Somerset, where finds include a toy Noah's ark, an Elizabethan wine jug and ceramic brewery figures. Show more
Fiona Bruce and the team of experts welcome thousands to Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes, home of the Enigma code-breaking team in World War Two.
Fiona Bruce and the team visit a packed Leeds Town Hall.