Antiques Roadshow Season 25
S25 E01Sep 1, 2021
Liverpool Sep 1, 2021 Michael Aspel introduces the program from Liverpool in the splendor of St. George's Hall, which was built during the city's heyday as a trading port.
S25 E02Sep 8, 2002
Series 25, Liverpool Sep 8, 2002 Michael Aspel and the experts visit Tenby and its idyllic crescent-shaped harbor - nestled in southwest Wales within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
S25 E03Sep 15, 2002
Series 25, Tenby Sep 15, 2002 Today the mixed civilian and military population of Tidworth is gathering at the Leisure Centre which is run by the army in partnership with Kennet District Council. The experts are ready for action.
S25 E04Sep 22, 2002
Series 25, Tidworth Sep 22, 2002 Michael Aspel introduces the Roadshow from Warwick Castle which overlooks Warwick town.
S25 E05Sep 29, 2002
Series 25, Warwick Sep 29, 2002 Michael Aspel introduces the second episode from Warwick Castle and tells how the Saxons fought the Danes here and how William the Conqueror made one of his supporters the first Earl of Warwick.
S25 E06Oct 6, 2002
Series 25, Warwick 2 Oct 6, 2002 At Harrogate, a table made from an ancient bedpost, 3,000-year-old antiquities, a manuscript diary of a young lady who toured Great Britain in 1815, and a piece of naval scrimshaw dazzle the experts.
S25 E07Oct 13, 2002
Series 25, Harrogate Oct 13, 2002 Today the Roadshow is in a buoyant mood aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia, now permanently moored at Edinburgh's port of Leith,
S25 E08Oct 20, 2002
Series 25, Royal Britannia Oct 20, 2002 Michael and the experts visit Chichester Cathedral. Finds include a fine cow creamer, a rare 18th-century games purse, and a valuable necklace found in an attic.
S25 E09Oct 27, 2002
Series 25, Chichester Cathedral Oct 27, 2002 In Shugborough Hall, the experts examine a rare posset pot, a ceramic garden seat, an 18th-century chest, and a corset with a poetic message.
S25 E10Nov 3, 2002
Series 25, Shugborough Hall Nov 3, 2002 Michael Aspel introduces the second Roadshow from Shugborough Hall, the seat of the Earls of Lichfield - including the fifth Earl, Patrick Lichfield, the Queen's cousin.
S25 E11Nov 10, 2002
Series 25, Shugborough Hall 2 Nov 10, 2002 Michael presents from Ramsgate in Kent where the experts examine two special teddy bears and a handbag made from an armadillo shell.
S25 E12Nov 17, 2002
Series 25, Ramsgate Nov 17, 2002 Michael and the team visit Oban in west Scotland where they find written evidence of payment for "secret services" made by George I, furniture from Estonia, a cigarette box from Russia, and a garden chair from Portugal.
S25 E13Nov 24, 2002
Series 25, Oban Nov 24, 2002 Michael and the experts visit Leeds Town Hall. They examine a painting by an Australian war artist, a silver claret jug, and two diamond rings.
S25 E14Dec 1, 2002
Series 25, Leeds Dec 1, 2002 When the Royal Armouries Museum collection in the Tower of London became too much to handle, they had to find somewhere else - and so, this Museum in Leeds was built. The collection is vast.
S25 E15Sep 1, 2021
Uppingham School Sep 1, 2021 Michael and the experts visit Uppingham School in Rutland. They find a pair of animal bronzes, an olive wood desk from Jerusalem, and a collection of gemstones exchanged with a monk for a tin of corned beef.
S25 E16Dec 15, 2002
Series 25, Uppingham School Dec 15, 2002 At Mansion House in London, Michael and the team find genuine and fake French art glass, a sculpture by Rodin, and a broken plate worth a small fortune.
S25 E17Dec 22, 2002
Series 25, Mansion House Dec 22, 2002 Michael and the experts visit Toronto, where they examine an American soda siphon sought after by country store collectors, a porcupine quill box, a valuable Newlyn School painting, and fine English oak furniture.
S25 E18Dec 29, 2002
Next Generation, Duxford Dec 29, 2002 From Clitheroe in Lancashire, Michael and the experts unearth a mix of treasures. Among them, a Victorian multi-purpose pen knife, a miniature theatre, and a Japanese lacquered chest.
S25 E19Jan 5, 2003
Series 25, Toronto Jan 5, 2003 Michael Aspel and the experts visit Winston Churchill's Kent home, where they see a painting by Graham Sutherland and a Russian submachine gun owned by a vicar.
S25 E20Jan 12, 2003
Series 25, Clitheroe Jan 12, 2003 Michael Aspel presents the antiques show from Sherborne in Dorset. Finds include an inflatable paper globe from 1830 and work by the illustrator of Winnie the Pooh.
S25 E21Jan 19, 2003
Series 25, Chartwell Jan 19, 2003 In the second visit to Sherborne School in Dorset, the experts find an original monk's bench, letters from Lewis Carroll, an 18th-century satinwood cabinet of great value, a cigarette case, and part of the airframe of the R100 airship.
S25 E22Feb 2, 2003
Series 25, Sherborne School Feb 2, 2003 This episode of Antiques Roadshow comes from County Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands. Michael is making the journey by train because the venue, Dunrobin Castle, has its very own railway station.
S25 E23Feb 9, 2003
Series 25, Sherborne School 2 Feb 9, 2003
S25 E24Feb 16, 2003
Series 25, Dunrobin Castle Feb 16, 2003 At Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire discoveries include a collection of swords, a homing pigeon clock, a patchwork quilt, and a valuable painting of a lion.
S25 E25Feb 23, 2003
Series 25, Dunrobin Castle 2 Feb 23, 2003 At Renishaw Hall in Derbyshire, the finds include a portrait by Stanley Spencer and Sir Reresby Sitwell takes a look at what is purported to be Robin Hood's bow.
S25 E26Mar 2, 2003
Series 25, Renishaw Hall Mar 2, 2003
S25 E27Mar 9, 2003
Series 25, Renishaw Hall 2 Mar 9, 2003
S25 E28Mar 16, 2003
Favourite Clips Mar 16, 2003