Antiques Roadshow Season 27
S27 E01Sep 5, 2004
Portmeirion Sep 5, 2004 Michael Aspel and the team head for the village of Portmeirion in North Wales. Amongst the treasures brought to light are intricate 18th Century mosaics, items made by prisoners of war as gifts of thanks to local people, and a penknife valued at £1,500.
S27 E02Sep 12, 2004
Haltwhistle Sep 12, 2004 The team head for Haltwhistle in Northumberland. Among the discoveries made are original fittings from the Titanic's sister ship, the Olympic, a Roman coin from Hadrians Wall, and a letter from JRR Tolkein.
S27 E03Sep 19, 2004
Hastings Sep 19, 2004 In Hastings, the team assesses a Meissen pot valued at £10,000, a sketch by artist Augustus John valued at between £10-15,000 and an unopened wedding gift from the 1920s. They also meet a man with a serious addiction to Punch and Judy.
S27 E04Sep 26, 2004
Witley Court Sep 26, 2004 The team visits Witley Court in Worcestershire, where they discover the complete cast of an early puppet theater, a Worcester plate valued at £4,000, a drawing by LS Lowry, and a piece of Staffordshire slipware, similar to the famous 'Ozzie the Owl.'
S27 E05Oct 3, 2004
Rotherham Oct 3, 2004 The team head for the Magna Center in Rotherham, where they assess a rare clock given by Queen Victoria, a stash of silver valued at over £5000, some Beatles memorabilia, and one of the largest pieces ever to be brought in to a Roadshow.
S27 E06Oct 10, 2004
National Archives Special Oct 10, 2004 From the National Archives at Kew, Michael explores priceless documents from the Domesday Book and the SOS telegram sent from the Titanic. The team examines a mahogany coffer given by King James I and early papers charting the suffragettes' work.
S27 E07Oct 17, 2004
Hampton Court Oct 17, 2004
S27 E08Oct 24, 2004
Hampton Court 2 Oct 24, 2004 A return visit to Hampton Court reveals a coral bracelet valued at £30,000, a rare black wax doll, a dress designed by Vivienne Westwood, and a small silver pig carried by Howard Somerville on his expedition to the summit of Mount Everest.
S27 E09Oct 31, 2004
Hornsea Oct 31, 2004 The team head to Hornsea on the Yorkshire coast; they find a chastity belt dug up on a farm, an 1875 sewing machine, and a haul of Beatles memorabilia. Michael meets a man who lovingly preserves over 40 models of Humber cars.
S27 E10Nov 7, 2004
Dyrham Park 2 Nov 7, 2004 The team returns to Dyrham Park in Gloucestershire. They find an 18th Century court dress worth £10,000, a diamond, pearl, and ruby brooch, a gift given from the Queen Mother to her Head Chef in 1937, and a tin cup turns out to be a rare piece of silver.
S27 E11Nov 14, 2004
Edinburgh Nov 14, 2004 Michael hosts a long-overdue visit to the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, where the team finds an ornate Russian cigarette case, a bizarre tourist's trinket depicting a dozen types of torture, and a lock of Beethoven's hair.
S27 E12Nov 21, 2004
Wilton House Nov 21, 2004 The team visits Wilton House near Salisbury. They find 200 typewriters, a suffragette doll dressed in clothes cut from women protestors prison uniforms, a ring worn by the daughter of Charles I in 1635, and an ornate table valued at £20 to £30,000.
S27 E13Nov 28, 2004
Cardiff Nov 28, 2004
S27 E14Dec 5, 2004
Cardiff Castles Special Dec 5, 2004
S27 E15Dec 12, 2004
King's College I Dec 12, 2004 Michael and the team visit King's College, Cambridge. The intriguing finds are a letter from Florence Nightingale, the racing silk of a famous jockey, a collection of old wedding photographs, and an Art Deco diamond brooch found in wartime London.
S27 E16Dec 19, 2004
Kings College II Dec 19, 2004
S27 E17Dec 26, 2004
The Next Generation, Thinktank Birmingham Dec 26, 2004 The Roadshow team set up camp at Tyntesfield House near Bristol. Amongst the treasures brought for valuation are an elegant grape holder made from silver, a cabinet of rare microscope slides, and a ruby and diamond brooch valued at £30,000.
S27 E18Jan 9, 2005
Stornoway Jan 9, 2005 The Roadshow visits the Outer Hebrides as Michael and the team head for Stornoway on the island of Lewis. They assess some gruesome medical instruments, a table made from shipwreck salvage, and a painting bought for a song is valued at £20,000.
S27 E19Jan 16, 2005
Manchester: Victoria Baths Jan 16, 2005
S27 E20Jan 23, 2005
HMS Victory Special Jan 23, 2005 The special Michael marks the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar. Assessed items are ornately decorated ostrich eggs carved by a member of the ship's crew and a box made out of debris taken from the vessel in the battle's aftermath.
S27 E21Jan 30, 2005
Abergavenny 2 Jan 30, 2005 Michael and the team head to Abergavenny in Wales, where a strange coincidence unites two Beatles collectors. Other items brought to light are carved whalebone and a macabre pottery model of a famous Victorian murder scene.
S27 E22Feb 13, 2005
Ipswich Feb 13, 2005 Michael and the team visit Ipswich. Amongst the items viewed are a collection of pre-historic spearheads, an early American flag, a highly valuable silver tankard, and a pair of spectacles worn by Napoleon, as well as a collection of 5,000 Dinky toys.
S27 E23Feb 20, 2005
Dartington Hall Feb 20, 2005 Michael and the team visit Dartington Hall near Totnes in Devon, where they examine a set of royal cuff links, a letter from Admiral Nelson, and a valuable collection of silver that surprised parishioners when found in the back of the village church.
S27 E24Mar 13, 2005
Dartington Hall 2 Mar 13, 2005
S27 E25Mar 20, 2005
Retrospective Special Mar 20, 2005
S27 E26Mar 20, 2005
Retrospective Mar 20, 2005