List of Antiques Roadshow episodes

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Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC. Having begun on February 18th, 1979, the show is currently (i.e. in 2014) on its 37th series. The dates in brackets given below are the dates each episode was filmed at the location. The dates not in brackets are each episode's first UK airing dates on BBC One.

Broadcast history[edit]

Regular series[edit]

  • Series 1: 8 editions from 18 February – 8 April 1979
  • Series 2: 8 editions from 9 March – 27 April 1980
  • Series 3: 8 editions from 15 March – 3 May 1981
  • Series 4: 8 editions from 4 April – 23 May 1982
  • Series 5: 8 editions from 3 April – 22 May 1983
  • Series 6: 7 editions from 8 April – 20 May 1984
  • Series 7: 7 editions from 31 March – 19 May 1985
  • Series 8: 10 editions from 16 March – 18 May 1986
  • Series 9: 12 editions from 4 January – 22 March 1987
  • Series 10: 10 editions from 3 January – 20 March 1988
  • Series 11: 12 editions from 1 January – 19 March 1989
  • Series 12: 11 editions from 7 January – 18 March 1990
  • Series 13: 11 editions from 30 December 1990 – 17 March 1991
  • Series 14: 11 editions from 29 December 1991 – 15 March 1992
  • Series 15: 11 editions from 3 January – 21 March 1993
  • Series 16: 14 editions from 2 January – 3 April 1994
  • Series 17: 19 editions from 8 January – 14 May 1995
  • Series 18: 19 editions from 31 December 1995 – 5 May 1996
  • Series 19: 24 editions from 27 October 1996 – 27 April 1997
  • Series 20: 27 editions from 2 November 1997 – 17 May 1998
  • Series 21: 25 editions from 20 September 1998 – 18 July 1999
  • Series 22: 26 editions from 31 October 1999 – 21 May 2000
  • Series 23: 24 editions from 1 October 2000 – 1 April 2001
  • Series 24: 26 editions from 2 September 2001 – 5 May 2002
  • Series 25: 26 editions from 8 September 2002 – 16 March 2003
  • Sudeley castle, near Winchcombe, Gloucestershire;
  • Bala;
  • Burton-Upnon-Trent;
  • Redruth;
  • National Maritime Museum Special;
  • Dumfries;
  • Cressing Temple Barns;
  • Chichester Cathedral;
  • Kendal Castle;
  • Dyrham Park 1;
  • Dyrham Park 2;
  • Boston;
  • Clitheroe;
  • Abergavenny;
  • Mount Stewart, County Down 1;
  • Mount Stewart, County Down 2;
  • The Next Generation;
  • Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire 1;
  • Woburn Abbey, Bedfordshire 2;
  • Scarborough;
  • St Ives;
  • Royal Hospital Halsar;
  • Wigan;
  • London To Brighton;
  • Royal Horticultural Society gardens, Wisley 1;
  • Royal Horticultural Society gardens, Wisley 2
  • Portmeirion;
  • Haltwhistle;
  • Hastings;
  • Witley Court;
  • Magna Centre,
  • Rotherham;
  • The National Archives;
  • Hampton Court Palace 1;
  • Hampton Court Palace 2;
  • Hornsea;
  • Dyrham Park;
  • Edinburgh;
  • Wilton House;
  • City Hall, Cardiff;
  • Cardiff Castle;
  • King's College, Cambridge 1;
  • King's College, Cambridge 2;
  • The Next Generation, Birmingham;
  • Tyntesfield House;
  • Stornoway, Isle of Lewis;
  • Victoria Baths, Manchester;
  • HMS Victory, Portsmouth;
  • The Leisure Centre, Abergavenny;
  • Ipswich;
  • Dartington Hall 1;
  • Dartington Hall 2;
  • Season's retrospective
  • Lichfield Cathedral;
  • University of Wales, Lampeter;
  • Edinburgh;
  • Normanby Hall;
  • Pannier Market Tavistock;
  • Compilation episode;
  • Ipswich;
  • Beamish Museum;
  • Manderston House;
  • Rochdale Town Hall;
  • Royal Hospital, Chelsea;
  • Winter Gardens, Ventnor;
  • Compilation Episode;
  • Lancaster Town Hall;
  • Coughton Court 1;
  • Coughton Court 2;
  • Next Generation, British Empire
    and Commonwealth;
  • Norwich Cathedral 1;
  • Norwich Cathedral 2;
  • Millennium Forum, Derry;
  • Compilation episode;
  • Montacute House, Somerset 1;
  • Montacute House, Somerset 2;
  • Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne;
  • Season's retrospective
  • Greatest Finds 1;
  • Greatest Finds 2;
  • Greatest Finds 3;
  • Gloucester Cathedral;
  • Carter's Steam Fair;
  • Kedleston Hall;
  • Auckland Castle 1;
  • Auckland Castle 2;
  • Swansea Guildhall;
  • Hughenden Manor;
  • Hughenden Manor: unseen items;
  • Aberdeen Music Hall;
  • Prideaux Place, Padstow 1;
  • Prideaux Place, Padstow 2;
  • Baron's Hall Arundel Castle;
  • Next Generation, Edinburgh;
  • Gloucester Cathedral;
  • Australia Special: Sydney and Melbourne;
  • Symphony Hall, Birmingham;
  • Holkham Hall 1;
  • Holkham Hall 2;
  • Southport 1;
  • Southport 2;
  • Wakehurst Place, Ardingly;
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 1;
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum 2;
  • Tavistock;
  • Lacock Abbey 1;
  • Lacock Abbey 2;
  • Greatest Finds;
  • Season's retrospective
  • The Courtyard Centre for the Arts, Hereford;
  • Arundel and Alnwick Castle;
  • Burleigh Pottery, Middleport;
  • Wills Memorial Building, Bristol;
  • Coventry Cathedral;
  • Banqueting House, London 1;
  • Banqueting House, London 2;
  • Highcliffe Castle, Christchurch, Dorset;
  • Compilation;
  • East Kirkby Aviation Centre 1;
  • East Kirkby Aviation Centre 2;
  • Exmouth Pavilion, Exmouth;
  • Powis Castle, near Welshpool, Powys;
  • Rochester Cathedral, Rochester, Kent 1;
  • Rochester Cathedral Rochester, Kent 2;
  • De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea 1;
  • Castle of Mey, near Thurso, Scotland;
  • St. George's Hall, Liverpool 1;
  • St. George's Hall, Liverpool 2;
  • Kentwell Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk;
  • De Montfort Hall, Leicester;
  • Coronation Hall, Ulverston;
  • De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea 2;
  • Sheffield City Hall;
  • Sport Relief, Lord's Cricket Ground;
  • Farewell to Michael Aspel
  • Bolton Abbey, near Skipton;
  • Althorp, near Northampton, Northamptonshire 1;
  • Chester Cathedral 1;
  • Chester Cathedral 2;
  • Ascot;
  • Compilation 1;
  • Lanhydrock near Bodmin;
  • Southwell Minster 1;
  • Southwell Minster 2;
  • Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent 1;
  • Leeds Castle, Maidstone, Kent 2;
  • The Sage Gateshead;
  • Bodnant Garden Tal-y-Cafn, near Colwyn Bay;
  • Compilation 2;
  • Hertford College, Oxford;
  • Dumfries House, Cumnock;
  • Bridlington Spa Royal Hall 1;
  • MS Titanic Drawing Offices, Belfast 1;
  • MS Titanic Drawing Offices, Belfast 2;
  • Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset 1;
  • Bishop's Palace, Wells, Somerset 2;
  • Caird Hall, City Square, Dundee;
  • Dulwich Picture Gallery 1;
  • Dulwich Picture Gallery 2;
  • Bridlington Spa Royal Hall 2;
  • Oxburgh Hall, near King's Lynn, Norfolk;
  • Season's retrospective
  • Samarès Manor, Jersey;
  • Blackpool Tower Ballroom 1;
  • Blackpool Tower Ballroom 2;
  • Hertford College, Oxford;
  • Morwellham Quay, near Tavistock;
  • Lincoln Cathedral 1;
  • Lincoln Cathedral 2;
  • Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle;
  • Bletchley Park 1;
  • Bletchley Park 2;
  • Burghley House, Stamford;
  • Abbotsford House, Melrose;
  • Saumarez Park, Guernsey;
  • Brooklands Museum, Weybridge 1;
  • Brooklands Museum, Weybridge 2;
  • Aberglasney Gardens, Carmarthenshire;
  • Bath Assembly Rooms 1;
  • Bath Assembly Rooms 2;
  • Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge;
  • Leeds Town Hall 1;
  • Leeds Town Hall 2;
  • Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft 1;
  • Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, West Lothian 1;
  • Stanway House, Gloucestershire;
  • Compilation;
  • Burghley House, Stamford;
  • Abbotsford House, Melrose;
  • Hopetoun House, West Lothian;
  • Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich 1;
  • Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich 2
  • Beverley Minster 1;
  • Beverley Minster 2;
  • Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft 2;
  • STEAM – Museum of the
    Great Western Railway, Swindon 1;
  • Brighton College 1;
  • Brighton College 2;
  • Hopetoun House, South Queensferry, West Lothian 2;
  • British Museum 1;
  • Tatton Park, Knutsford 1;
  • Tatton Park, Knutsford 2;
  • Hatfield House 1;
  • Chatsworth House, Derbyshire 1;
  • Chatsworth House, Derbyshire 2;
  • Blair Castle, near Pitlochry 1;
  • Hampton Court Castle, Leominster, Herefordshire 1;
  • Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth 1;
  • Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth 2;
  • Victoria Hall, Saltaire 1;
  • Victoria Hall, Saltaire 2;
  • St Fagans National History Museum, near Cardiff;
  • British Museum 2;
  • STEAM – Museum of the
    Great Western Railway, Swindon 2;
  • Hatfield House 2;
  • Winchester Cathedral 1;
  • Winchester Cathedral 2;
  • Hutton-in-the-Forest, near Penrith, Cumbria;
  • Hampton Court Castle, Leominster, Herefordshire 2;
  • Season's retrospective;
  • Compilation
  • Antiques Roadshow, Series 34: 27 editions from 18 September 2011 – 8 July 2012[15]
  • Manchester Town Hall 1;
  • Charlecote Park, Stratford-upon-Avon 1;
  • Lulworth Castle, Dorset 1;
  • Blair Castle, near Pitlochry 2;
  • Hever Castle, Kent 1;
  • Hever Castle, Kent 2;
  • Birmingham University 1;
  • Aberystwyth University 1;
  • Remembrance Special, Staffordshire;
  • Seaton Delaval 1;
  • Castle Coole, near Enniskillen 1;
  • Layer Marney Tower, near Colchester, Essex 1;
  • Layer Marney Tower, near Colchester, Essex 2;
  • Christmas Retrospective 2011;
  • Hartland Abbey, Devon 1;
  • Hartland Abbey, Devon 2;
  • Saint Andrews University 1;
  • Lulworth Castle, Dorset 2;
  • Weald and Downland Museum, Sussex 1;
  • Yorkshire Museum, York 1;
  • Yorkshire Museum, York 2;
  • Wimbledon 1;
  • Wimbledon 2;
  • Manchester Town Hall 2;
  • Seaton Delaval 2;
  • Birmingham University 2;
  • Weald and Downland Museum, Sussex 2

Extracts from this series:

Series /
Episode
Aired
Location Host & Experts Notes
34/1
18/9/2011
Manchester Town Hall
Manchester
Fiona Bruce
&
Jon Baddeley
Eric Knowles
Elaine Binning
David Battie
Will Farmer
Justin Croft
Rupert Maas
Lars Tharp
John Benjamin
Graham Lay
Andy McConnell
John Foster
Judith Miller
Steven Moore
Mark Hill
John Axford
Duncan Campbell
[16]

– Great Hall of Manchester Town Hall, including 12 murals by Ford Madox Brown
– toy Alfa Romeo P2 racing car made by CIJ (Compagnie industrielle du jouet) of France in 1920s, £3,000
– 1920s mechanical Teddybear by Schuko of Nuremberg, Germany, £1,200
– Italian Renaissance revival bust in bronze and Alabaster, sculpted by Gustave Varenburg (poss. G.V. Wehrenberg) style of Naples or Turin, £1,800
musical chair, ornately carved and inlaid with Chamois motifs, made in Brienz, Switzerland, £2,000
– Japanese figure carrying sword, net and monkey. Carved in ivory by Harojama of the 'Tokyo School' (set up by Ishikawa Komei), c. 1890, £8,000
– leather belt with silver buckle concealing a Cyma Watches Swiss watch, 1920s, £600
– decorated 'fireplace' tiles made by Pilkingtons, decorated by John Chambers for William and Joseph Burton, £150 per tile
– score of Der Ring des Nibelungen - Die Walkiere by Richard Wagner. Donated by the great-granddaughters of music conductor Doctor Hans Richter (conductor), to The Hallé orchestra archive. A personal wedding gift from Wagner to Richter, £20,000
– faux copy of George Stubbs painted panel of Horses Fighting 1787, which disappeared, £2,000
– peacock blue vase from the Aesthetic movement 1890s Manufacture nationale de Sèvres, £500
– gold necklace Classical revival 1865-70, made by Robert Phillips (goldsmith), £3,000
– collection of drawings by John Mennie.[17] Singapore in World War II, including the Selarang Square Squeeze from September 1942. Mennie (died 1982) trained at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen and Westminster School of Art in London. He worked as an art teacher, £1,200
– glass bowl decorated in Vienna Secession style, the Habsburg Empire version of Art Nouveau (Jūgendstils), £300
– award winning photograph of clog-maker and his apprentice c1910, plus the clogs in the photo, £30
– lesson in pearl quality
– 1900s toy In the country - The Model Village with hand-written message 'Father wishes Ernest a happy Christmas'. Made in Bavaria, £1,000
Clarice Cliff Mr Fish wall pocket, 1930s, £150, and fake Clarice Cliff ornament
– collection of cartoon Careless Talk Costs Live posters from World War II by Fougasse (=Cyril Kenneth Bird), £1,500
– broken Japanese Arita porcelain cat, made in 1680, £300
– silver cigarette case, autographed book and decorated scroll, presented to Lieutenant Glover and engraved/signed with the names of the White Russian Aristocracy who escaped to Crimea, Yalta and Malta in 1918, £10,000
Suffragette scarf from 1918, depicting Women's Rights in 1981.[15]

34/2
25/9/2011
Charlecote Park
Warwickshire
Fiona Bruce
&
Geoffrey Munn
Mark Poltimore
Fergus Gambon
Katherine Higgins
Ben Wright
Andy McConnell
Hilary Kay
Dominic Winter
John Axford
Clive Stewart Lockhart
Geoffrey Munn[16]

George Hammond Lucy and his wife Elizabeth extensively remodelled Charlecote House in the 19th century.
– Gold lapel pin with feather motif and Ouroboros (snake formed as an eternal circle) made by P.Orr and Sons, Madras, gift from Edward VII, £1,000
– painting of Polish cavalry officer by Michał Gorstkin Wywiórski (1861–1926)pl:Michał Gorstkin-Wywiórski, marked 1885 Munich, £7,000
– collection of ceramic Cream jugs shaped like cows. Range including William Taylor Copeland, Spode, and fake Delft. Black glazed late 19th century Staffordshire, £30; Welsh jugs from Glamorgan Pottery £500 each; Pair of Yorkshire jugs, sponge decorated, £2,000, pair of Staffordshire creamware jugs, with 'Wealden type' glaze, £4,000
Art Deco sofa, 1930s, £800
– Swiss pocket watch in 'hunter case' with complex movement showing day, date, hours, minutes, month and moon. Belonged to Polish pilot who was a prisoner of war in WWII, £600
– 1900s Glass vase from John Walsh Walsh of Stourbridge, £500
mannequin from Drapery shop window, 1930s, £150
Marcel Breuer chair, £600
Sanderson Miller 1810, Regency Gothic Revival with Trompe l'oeil features. £500
– 1953 Charles and Ray Eames Eames Lounge Chair, £3,000
– 1901 oil painting of Agnes Bowman (daughter of Sir William Bowman, 1st Baronet) by Valentine Cameron Prinsep (Professor of the Royal Academy of Art), £12,000
toilet roll rejected by the Beatles from Abbey Road Studio (too hard and shiny)
– two volumes (of three) of Buck's Antiquities; or Venerable Remains published by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck in 1774. Bound in 'Red Morrroccan' leather by 'Rivière and Son's:Riviere, Robert (DNB00), £6,000 (£40,000 with third volume)
– stone carvings from the Gandhara Kingdom in 2nd century AD, developed their skills from Alexander the Great's empire. ££600, £1,000 and £2,500 respectively
– photograph of witness who gave evidence at trial of George Joseph Smith, The Brides in the Bath murderer.
– coronation cup and saucer presented by Queen Alexandra to Mrs Crossley, 1903
automaton moving scene to advertise 'Armitages Chicken Feed', 1930s, £700
– army record book, medals and memorabilia of William Henry Dale, born 1869, served from 14 year old trumpeter to be Lieutenant Colonel, £15,000
nutbrown glass knife
amethyst and diamond ring, platinum, 1900, £1,000
The Archers memorabilia, cups, jigsaws. Autographed by Hedli Niklaus (aka Kathy Perks).
– painting on wooden panel by Swiss artist Edouard Castres, 1873, £5,000
– collection of gold boxes, £50,000
– enameled scene made in Geneva for Turkish market, £6,000
– micro mosaic, tesseret of coloured glass, £15,000
– 1900s Siberian Jade Rococo revival cigarette case, made by satellite firm of the House of Fabergé, £20,000[15]

34/3
2/10/2011
Lulworth Castle
Lulworth Cove
Dorset
Fiona Bruce
&
Hilary Kay
Paul Atterbury
Nicholas Mitchell
Grant Ford
Judith Miller
Richard Price
David Battie
Elaine Binning
Rupert Maas
John Sandon
Joanna Hardy
Henry Sandon
John Foster>[16]

– cameo from Bovington Tank Museum
– a selection of Whitanco toys, c1920s, ( Whiteley Tansey & Company Ltd, registered in 1912 at Beech Street, Liverpool but grew after the First World War when German toys became unpopular): - 1920s car £1,000; - Spinning top £100; - Tank £300.
– the Statement of Abdication[18] s:Statement of Abdication made by Edward VIII of the United Kingdom sent as a letter to a select group of national dignitaries and administrators. £1,000
– ornate aneroid barometer, 1870s, with painted porcelain face in the style of the Aesthetic movement. Possibly painted by G. Sisirges. Value more than £3,000
– 1888 painting of sheep by Charles Jones R.A. (aka Sheep Jones) £5,000
Queen Victoria's knickers (or a sail) £600
– 1875-1880 carriage clock by J.M. Badollet & Co of Geneva (Jean Badollet, 1635-1718 founded the 300 year dynasty of clock makers) £3,500
– Japanese Budai - the God of Good Fortune, one of the Seven Lucky Gods, carved in Ivory by 'Katsuragi' in 1919. £800
– collection of silver spoons £40,000. Apostle spoon from Barnstaple £6,000; Puritan spoon £3,000; Funeral spoon; Lion spoon by Robert Wade[disambiguation needed] of Bridgwater and Taunton £4,000;
– 'mongrel' desk in multiple styles, woods and periods. Stained beech, pine and Oak. 17th century through 20th century. £200
– 1890 painting of cats by Théophile Steinlen from Montmartre, Paris. (Designer of posters for Le Chat Noir) £2,500
– 1900s fake HMS Eagle (1774) wine glass, engraved with Success to the Eagle Frigate. (Eagle was one of Nelson's fleet). £400
The Beatles single, Please Please Me (song), autographed at The Cavern Club by John, Paul, George and Ringo. £3,000
Cravat stick pin. Late 19th century English men's jewellery with carved moonstone face wearing a diamond tiara. £1,500
Posset pot, 1680, 'tin glazed' English Delftware, (riveted), £1,000
– painting of Ladies in a landscape by Spanish artist Francisco Morales (artist), 1879, (Trained in Barcelona and Madrid, but achieved success in Paris), value £12,000
– two blown glass decanters, 1865–75, one decorated with a 'wreath of thistles' and a 'fighting lassie' symbolising Scottish culture, the other decorated with 'Spider, web and ivy' plus a 'figure of death' taking the soul. Possibly made by Ford of Edinburgh. but probably by 'Stevens and Williams' of Stourbridge. £1,500 and £2,500
Tankard (Jack) made from the skin of Oliver Cromwell's war-horse, decorated with his crest and inscribed. Deposited at C. Hoare & Co bank in Fleet Street. c1653. £30,000
Rolls-Royce Limited armoured car.[15]

34/4
9/10/2011
Blair Castle
Blair Atholl
Perthshire
Fiona Bruce
&
Paul Atterbury
Lars Tharp
John Benjamin
Lennox Cato
Andy McConnell
Hilary Kay
Bunny Campione
John Axford
Steven Moore
Grant Ford
Alastair Dickenson[16]

– Cartoon titled Finsbury Circus of the Red Cross parcel handling offices during World War II, painted by Mary McNeil £500
– pair of Chinese vases, decorated with '1000 scholar's objects', including a Chúi, mid 19th century, £5,000
– Russian brooch, 1880, diamonds, yellow sapphire, aquamarine, pink topaz, pearls. £10,000
– diamond ring, 1830s £5,000
Toby Jug based on Sir Toby Philpott, Yorkshire Pottery, 1815–1820, £1,000
Flemish sideboard, 1890, hand carved solid walnut (Juglans regia), £800
– glass paper weight decorated with myriad monkeys, goats, donkeys, and stuff, 1848, made by Cristallerie de Baccarat, £800
Royal Caledonian Curling Club silver trophy (hot water jug) and Eve Muirhead (hot curler). Engraved scene 'after' Sir George Harvey (painter), made by 'Barnard Brothers of London' (Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard[19]), in 1841. £3,000
– Russian impressionistic painting by Belarussian artist Alexander Komarov, 1956, £3,000
– Macpherson clan 'broth spoon', property of Captain John McPherson, Army recruiting officer, 1790s,
– Threads, bobbin spinner and weaving machine, made of brass and ivory in mahogany box, owned by Mrs Mary Delany companion and Lady in Waiting to Queen Charlotte (and George III). Her needlework is exhibited in New York and the British Museum, £10,000
– 1930s Minnie Mouse by Margarete Steiff GmbH - £4,000, and Mickey Mouse made by 'The Dean's Company (1903)' (Britain's Oldest Teddy Bear Company), £300
– 1680 figurine of the Goddess of Mercy Guanyin, 'blondechin' porcelain (White of China), £5,000
– 1760s painting of boy by 'studio of' John James Masquerier, £6,000
– collection of miniatures - by John Smart the elder. Man 1765, £15,000; Lady 1770, £30,000;
– glass novelty pipe, Yorkshire Glass, 1880, £200
– porcelain models of 1950s theatrical stars, Paul Robeson, Laurence Olivier, Margot Fonteyn, John Gielgud, and Vivien Leigh. Designed and made by Susan Parkinson at Richard Parkinson Pottery Ltd., Brabourne Lees, Kent for the Briglin Pottery in London, founded by Brigitte Goldschmidt. £10,000
– 1920 painting of Edinburgh by Moonlight by William Crozier (Scottish artist) of The Edinburgh School, £3,000
– silver stag table lighter, made by George Lambert (Major George Lambert – Silversmith to the Queen by Royal warrant of appointment[20]), 1888 £3,000
– 1930s Shōji Hamada pot, £1,000
– toy train set that belonged to John Stewart-Murray, 7th Duke of Atholl in c.1845, made by (CB) Buchna of Nurenburg, Germany, £35,000[15]

  • Antiques Roadshow, Series 35: 25 editions from 7 October 2012 – 23 June 2013
  • RAF Marham, Norfolk 1;
  • Port Sunlight 1;
  • Port Sunlight 2;
  • St Andrews University 2;
  • Scarborough, Grand Spa Hall 1;
  • Farnborough 1;
  • Falmouth National Maritime Museum, Cornwall 1;
  • Falmouth National Maritime Museum, Cornwall 2;
  • Aberystwyth University 2;
  • Wightwick Manor, near Wolverhampton 1;
  • 2012 Christmas Special;
  • Fountains Abbey 1;
  • Stowe House 1;
  • Cawdor Castle, near Inverness 1;
  • Chatham Historic Dockyard 1;
  • Chatham Historic Dockyard 2;
  • Newstead Abbey 1;
  • Cheltenham Town Hall 1;
  • Cheltenham Town Hall 2;
  • Castle Coole, near Enniskillen 2;
  • Farnborough 2;
  • Chepstow Racecourse 1;
  • Stowe House 2;
  • Scarborough, Grand Spa Hall 2;
  • RAF Marham, Norfolk 2
  • Antiques Roadshow, Series 36: 26 editions from 18 August 2013 – 20 July 2014
  • Polesden Lacey 1;
  • Wightwick Manor 2;
  • Eastbourne Bandstand 1;
  • Eastbourne Bandstand 2;
  • Fountains Abbey 2;
  • Southsea - Royal Marines Museum 1;
  • Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 1;
  • Newstead Abbey 2;
  • Towneley Hall 1;
  • The Scottish Gallery of Modern Art 1;
  • Retrospective;
  • The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 1;
  • Sainsbury Centre Norwich 1;
  • Exeter Cathedral 1;
  • Scone Palace 1;
  • World War I Special 1;
  • Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 2;
  • Polesden Lacey 2;
  • Gregynog;
  • Southsea - Royal Marines Museum 2;
  • Exeter Cathedral 2
  • The Scottish Gallery of Modern Art 2;
  • The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 2;
  • Sainsbury Centre Norwich 2;
  • Wentworth Woodhouse 1;
  • Wentworth Woodhouse 2
  • Current series: Antiques Roadshow, Series 37: 26 editions from 14 September 2014 – 2015
  • Hillsborough Castle;
  • Kirby Hall 1;
  • Kirby Hall 2;
  • Scone Palace 2;
  • Derby Roundhouse;
  • Chenies Manor 1;
  • Chenies Manor 2;
  • World War I Special 2;
  • Tradegar House 1;
  • Towneley Hall 2;
  • Walthamstow Town Hall 1;
  • Christmas Special;
  • Durham Cathedral 1



Specials[edit]

  • Antiques Roadshow: The First Ten Years (20 December 1987)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Going Live! (26 December 1991)
  • Antiques Roadshow: The Next Generation (12 editions, broadcast 1 January 1992 – 29 December 2006)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Fifteen Priceless Years (28 March 1993)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Junior Roadshow (13 August 1993)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Priceless Gems (6 editions, broadcast 1 October 1996 – 11 April 2001)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Unwrapped – 21st Anniversary (20 December 1998)
  • Antiques Roadshow: 25 Years On! (1 September 2002)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Greatest Finds (3 editions, broadcast 3 – 17 September 2006)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Farewell To Michael Aspel (30 March 2008)
  • Priceless Antiques Roadshow Series 1 (15 editions, broadcast 9 – 27 March 2009)
  • Priceless Antiques Roadshow Series 2 (20 editions, broadcast 1 – 26 February 2010)
  • Restoration Roadshow (20 editions, broadcast 9 August – 3 September 2010; presented by Eric Knowles)
  • Shakespeare Special (29 April 2012)
  • Diamond Jubilee Special (10 June 2012)

References[edit]

Each programme's details are contained in the official BBC online database for the series (from series 18).

External links[edit]