Antiques Roadshow - Season 36

Monday 12:00 AM on PBS Premiered Jan 01, 1997 In Season




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AIRED ON 2/21/1999

Season 21 : Episode 21

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AIRS ON 7/1/2017

Season 21 : Episode 22

Episode Guide

  • Wentworth Woodhouse 2
    Items include a special medal awarded for kindness to pit ponies; a painted Georgian tea tray; a Bible; and a rare Faberge egg. From Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire.
  • Wentworth Woodhouse
    Wentworth Woodhouse
    Episode 25
    Items include a mahogany bureau; a glass punch bowl; and a survival aid made by Napoleonic prisoners of war. From Wentworth Woodhouse in South Yorkshire.
  • Sainsbury Centre, Norwich 2
    Fiona Bruce and the experts make a second visit to the University of East Anglia in Norwich. Objects under inspection include a rare 18th-century glass bought for 10p from a charity shop, a pair of Queen Victoria's amazingly large knickers and a special sports day medal awarded during an early-20th-century expedition to the Antarctic.moreless
  • The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 2
    Fiona Bruce and the experts make a second visit to the Royal Ballet School in Richmond Park, London. There's a rich mix of objects including a table purportedly made from timber from Old London Bridge, a Maori feather box, a patriotic musical chamber pot and an artist's brush pot bought at a junk shop fifty years ago which turns out to be a wise investment for its owner.moreless
  • The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 2
    A return visit to Edinburgh's Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art for Fiona Bruce and the experts. Objects brought in for scrutiny include a sketchbook believed to have been made on the journey from England to Australia in 1851 aboard the S.S. Great Britain, a landscape of a valuable maritime scene found in a skip, and a jade Buddhist lion dog that brings good fortune to its owner.moreless
  • Exeter Cathedral 2
    Exeter Cathedral 2
    Episode 21
    A return visit to Exeter Cathedral for another feast of finds for Fiona Bruce and the experts. Treasures featured include Chinese objects which revealed a shocking family secret, rare artworks by the sculptor Elisabeth Frink, a map of the Battle of Waterloo drawn by an eyewitness, and one of the earliest dolls to be featured on the show.moreless
  • Southsea - Royal Marines Museum 2
    Items include a Jolly Roger flag flown by the crew of a British submarine during World War II; a wine glass; and a doll with a revolving head.
  • Gregynog Hall, Powys
    Fiona Bruce and the experts are at Gregynog in deepest Wales at the former home of the wealthy Davies sisters, who dedicated their lives to bringing art to the people of Wales. Family treasures featured include secret plans drawn up by a British prisoner of war in Borneo during World War Two, a design by a British artist made in tribute to Americans killed in race riots, and a rare type of sapphire which proves to be a precious gift for one lucky lady.moreless
  • Polesden Lacey 2
    Polesden Lacey 2
    Episode 18
    Fiona Bruce and the team of antiques experts pay a return visit to Polesden Lacey near Dorking in Surrey for one of the busiest days in Roadshow history, as thousands of visitors queue with family treasures. Objects brought before the cameras include a painting of JMW Turner's house on the banks of the Thames, painted during the artist's life, a set of some of the earliest board game designs, and an instrument panel from a Lancaster bomber.moreless
  • Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 2
    Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to the Royal Agricultural University at Cirencester in the Cotswolds. Family heirlooms under examination include a mantrap allegedly used to catch an amorous lover intent on elopement with the vicar's daughter; a portrait of the first chairman of a well-known British insurance company originally founded to pay for funerals of cholera victims; and a 14th century seal bought in a boot sale. Plus, could a visitor really have a teapot once used by Nelson?moreless
  • World War One Special
  • Scone Palace 1
    Scone Palace 1
    Episode 15
    A visit to Scone Palace, near Perth in Scotland, sees Fiona Bruce and the team meeting thousands of visitors bringing precious heirlooms. Pieces featured include an 'ugly' family brooch with a surprising value; one of the most significant books seen on the show, which dates back to the 15th century; t-shirts bought at a Clash concert over 30 years ago; and a tea caddy from the 1780s, which the expert describes as 'perfection'.moreless
  • Exeter Cathedral 1
    Exeter Cathedral 1
    Episode 14
    Fiona Bruce and the team set up for a busy day at Exeter Cathedral. Objects under inspection include a table reputed to have been used by Bonnie Prince Charlie, a silver cup found when re-thatching the roof of a cottage, artwork painted by Edward VII as a child, and a pair of the rarest Delft plates ever featured on the show.moreless
  • Sainsbury Centre 1
    Sainsbury Centre 1
    Episode 13
    Fiona Bruce and the experts head to the University of East Anglia where they are joined in the shadow of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts by large crowds from Norwich. There is an eclectic mix of objects brought to camera, including the death mask of William Gladstone, a complete kitchen from the 1950s, a horn found by a serving soldier whilst on duty in Afghanistan, and a remarkable sampler sewn in Victorian days by a resident of an asylum, complete with hand-sewn accusations aimed at those responsible for her incarceration.moreless
  • The Royal Ballet School
    Fiona Bruce and the team visit Richmond Park in London where they meet visitors bringing their family treasures at the Royal Ballet School. Objects brought to camera include exquisitely modelled porcelain figures made by prima ballerina Anna Pavlova, a long bow reputed to have been used in enemy action in World War Two and there is a revealing sketch of Dylan Thomas's wife Caitlin.moreless
  • Towneley Hall 1
    Towneley Hall 1
    Episode 9
    Fiona Bruce and the team arrive at Towneley Hall near Burnley in Lancashire. Despite heavy rain, thousands arrive to show their family treasures. Objects brought before the cameras include a garden ornament that turns out to be more important than first thought, a collection of handbags that has prompted a domestic tiff, and a 16th/17th century ring bought in a boot sale for a song.moreless
  • Newstead Abbey 2
    Newstead Abbey 2
    Episode 8
    Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a visit to Newstead Abbey in Nottinghamshire. Among the discoveries are a medal for bravery awarded to a pigeon in World War Two, an English Literature prize presented to the young DH Lawrence, and the very bugle that was used to sound the Charge of the Light Brigade.moreless
  • Fountains Abbey 2
    Fountains Abbey 2
    Episode 5
    Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to Fountains Abbey near Ripon in Yorkshire. Objects brought in by visitors include a sentimental jewel bought after a farmer sold her favourite cows, a cache of love letters with a touching story, antiques once owned by comedian Ronnie Barker, plus some artefacts relating to the Nuremberg trials at the end of the Second World War.moreless
  • Eastbourne Bandstand 2
    Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a second visit to East Sussex as they welcome thousands of visitors to Eastbourne Bandstand. Objects brought before the cameras include a collection of a thousand lead soldiers, which tell the story of a remarkable Victorian childhood; one of the earliest digital watches from the 1960s; plus perhaps the highest value for a single piece of jewellery, which has the team in raptures.moreless
  • Eastbourne Bandstand 1
    In a first for the antiques series, Fiona Bruce and the team record a programme at a sea front setting at Eastbourne Bandstand. Family treasures featured include a collection of pottery with a moving story, a rare signalling lamp used at D-Day, plus rare images of Marilyn Monroe taken at her last photographic session.moreless
  • Wightwick Manor
    Wightwick Manor
    Episode 2
    Items include two JMW Turner drawings; objects once owned by a Titanic survivor; and spaghetti-western posters.
  • Polesden Lacey
    Polesden Lacey
    Episode 1
    The antiques series returns as Fiona Bruce and the team head around the UK in search of more family treasures. Over 4,000 people join them at the first venue, Polesden Lacey near Dorking in Surrey, for one of the busiest days in recent years. In this opening episode, curios on show include an object originally created as a deterrent for rats that is now worth a small fortune, and a glove believed to have belonged to Elizabeth I. There is a moving story of a brooch which was kept hidden for years whilst the owner was in a prisoner of war camp. Plus Fiona introduces a new feature called Rogues Gallery, in which the audience is challenged to spot the fake from four silver tea caddies.moreless
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