Antiques Roadshow Season 35
S35 E01Oct 7, 2012
RAF Marham 1 Oct 7, 2012 Fiona Bruce and the experts visit an active air base at Marham in Norfolk.
S35 E02Oct 14, 2012
Port Sunlight 1 Oct 14, 2012
S35 E03Oct 21, 2012
Port Sunlight 2 Oct 21, 2012
S35 E04Oct 28, 2012
St Andrews University Oct 28, 2012
S35 E05Nov 4, 2012
Scarborough Grand Spa Hall 1 Nov 4, 2012
S35 E06Nov 11, 2011
Farnborough 1 Nov 11, 2011
S35 E07Nov 18, 2011
Falmouth National Maritime Museum 1 Nov 18, 2011
S35 E08Nov 25, 2011
Falmouth National Maritime Museum 2 Nov 25, 2011
S35 E09Dec 2, 2012
Aberystwyth University 2 Dec 2, 2012
S35 E10Dec 9, 2012
Wightwick Manor 1 Dec 9, 2012
S35 E11Dec 23, 2012
Christmas Special Dec 23, 2012
S35 E12Dec 30, 2012
Fountains Abbey 1 Dec 30, 2012
S35 E13Jan 6, 2013
Stowe House 1 Jan 6, 2013
S35 E14Jan 13, 2013
Cawdor Castle Jan 13, 2013 The team head to Scotland for a busy day in the grounds of Cawdor Castle near Inverness.
S35 E15Mar 17, 2013
Selby Mar 17, 2013 The team discover rare treasures on a visit to Chatham's historic dockyards.
S35 E16Mar 24, 2013
Chatham Historic Dockyard 2 Mar 24, 2013 The team discover rare treasures on a visit to Chatham's historic dockyards
S35 E17Mar 31, 2013
Newstead Abbey 1 Mar 31, 2013
S35 E18Apr 7, 2013
Cheltenham Town Hall 1 Apr 7, 2013 Fiona Bruce and the experts gather in a packed Cheltenham Town Hall as visitors arrive for another busy day of evaluations.
S35 E19Aug 12, 2019
Cheltenham Town Hall 2 Aug 12, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts make a return visit to Cheltenham Town Hall. Featured family treasures include a valuable silver fruit bowl damaged when thrown in a domestic tiff, relics of Captain Scott's last expedition to the South Pole and a humble house brick with an important story.
S35 E20Apr 21, 2013
Castle Coole 2 Apr 21, 2013 A return visit to Castle Coole near Enniskillen in Northern Ireland. Fiona Bruce and the team of experts welcome visitors as they bring their family treasures for inspection.
S35 E21Apr 28, 2013
Farnborough 2 Apr 28, 2013 Fiona Bruce and the experts return to the exciting backdrop of the Farnborough wind tunnels for another busy day of evaluations. There is a diverse collection of objects brought before the cameras, including a mammoth's tooth dug up in a garden; the Monopoly board game used by the Great Train Robbers whilst in hiding, including real cash from the heist; lavish gifts given by Hollywood stars to a favourite film cameraman; plus a family photo album which proves worth cashing in for a new kitchen
S35 E22May 5, 2013
Chepstow Racecourse 1 May 5, 2013 Fiona Bruce and the team head for the races as they arrive at Chepstow Racecourse in Wales. Family treasures featured include medals from early Olympic Games, awarded when tug-of-war was a competing sport; a light bulb containing a painstakingly-made model of Lincoln Cathedral gifted by a German prisoner of war in World War 2; and perhaps the oddest and one of the oldest pieces of glass ever featured on the programme, which excites curiosity for its near-perfect condition over three hundred years after it was made.
S35 E23May 19, 2013
Stowe House 2 May 19, 2013 A second visit for Fiona Bruce and the experts at Stowe School in Buckinghamshire brings thousands of visitors eager to discover more about their heirlooms. Featured on the programme are a KCVO awarded to the surgeon who operated on George VI at Buckingham Palace and bestowed by the king in his dressing gown; a single plate from 'the finest porcelain dinner service ever made', worth five figures, which must represent one of the best-ever returns on investment; plus racing driver Jackie Stewart brings in two silver cups awarded for his prowess at a very different sport.Perhaps most memorable though must be the show closer, which features a remarkable series of stories of animal service in wartime, complete with a knockout valuation
S35 E24Jun 16, 2013
Scarborough Grand Spa Hall 1 Jun 16, 2013 Fiona Bruce and the experts return to the Scarborough Spa Pavilion for another busy day. Cameras hone in on objects ranging from a silver reliquary found in the rubble of a building site, a paperweight from Churchill's desk given in gratitude after the nursing of his wife Lady Clementine, and a sparkling tiara which brings the house down with its beauty and value
S35 E25Jun 23, 2013
Raf Marham 2 Jun 23, 2013 This is the second episode from RAF Marham, Norfolk.