Antiques Roadshow Season 39
S39 E01Aug 28, 2016
Tewkesbury Abbey 1 Aug 28, 2016 A draft script of a classic film and some very important dolls are among the finds when the team visit Tewkesbury Abbey in Gloucestershire. Fiona Bruce is challenged to identify a mystery object by expert John Foster.
S39 E02Sep 4, 2016
Audley End 1 Sep 4, 2016 The team view an eclectic array of items when they visit Audley End near Saffron Walden in Essex including the sword that ended the American War of Independence, a large collection of toilet chains and a supposedly magical artefact.
S39 E03Sep 11, 2016
Audley End 2 Sep 11, 2016 Among the objects examined by the experts at Audley End in Essex are a table upon which Napoleon is said to have signed his abdication and a giant bronze cockerel that was buried during both world wars to avoid being melted down.
S39 E04Sep 18, 2016
Hanbury Hall 2 Sep 18, 2016 Four shiny buttons bought for £2, a 10-foot long narwhal tusk, an enormous fishing rod and a musical piece of art from the World War I trenches feature in this edition. Fiona surprises expert David Battie with a bust that looks familiar.
S39 E05Sep 25, 2016
Arley Hall 1 Sep 25, 2016 Arley Hall and Gardens in Cheshire is the latest venue visited by the team. A time capsule buried for 130 years is opened for the first time. A lost work of art and a gold bracelet with a tragic past are among the items examined.
S39 E06Oct 2, 2016
Arley Hall 2 Oct 2, 2016 Among the items brought to the Cheshire venue are a portrait painted in India in the 1950s which catches the eye of expert Amin Jaffer and the diary of a WWII PoW, written while building the infamous bridge over the River Kwai.
S39 E06Oct 2, 2016
Arley Hall 2 Oct 2, 2016 Finds include a portrait of a visitor's mother which was painted in India in the 1950s.
S39 E07Oct 9, 2016
Broughton Castle 2 Oct 9, 2016 Further items examined by the experts upon their visit to Broughton Castle near Banbury include a fine silver tankard, two life-size portraits of servants who worked at the castle and items telling the story of a piece of aviation history.
S39 E07Oct 9, 2016
Broughton Castle 2 Oct 9, 2016 The experts examine two large portraits depicting servants working at Broughton Castle.
S39 E08Oct 16, 2016
Baddesley Clinton 1 Oct 16, 2016 At the moated manor house near Birmingham, items include a diamond bracelet once worn by film star Rita Hayworth, a wooden peg removed by surgeons from a child's eye in the 1780s and a painting by Lord Mountbatten.
S39 E09Oct 23, 2016
Baddesley Clinton 2 Oct 23, 2016 Baddesley Clinton near Solihull hosts Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow experts. An exceptionally rare silver box, a painting entitled "The Nudist Colony's Annual Dinner Dance" and two gold snuff boxes are examined.
S39 E10Oct 30, 2016
Golden Age of Travel Special Oct 30, 2016 In an ambitious first, this edition of the show is filmed on board the famous train "The Flying Scotsman" as it thunders across Cumbria and Yorkshire in a special edition of the programme that celebrates the golden age of travel.
S39 E11Dec 28, 2016
Highlights of 2016 Dec 28, 2016 Fiona Bruce presents a special edition of the show that looks at what happened to some of the items featured in 2016 (and their owners) and looks ahead to where the Roadshow will visit in 2017.
S39 E12Jan 8, 2017
Tewkesbury Abbey 2 Jan 8, 2017 Fiona and the team return to Tewkesbury Abbey in Gloucestershire where items examined include a Tudor table from a pub, Maundy money, a signed picture of Chairman Mao by Andy Warhol and a rare painted silk dress.
S39 E13Jan 15, 2017
Holocaust Memorial Jan 15, 2017 As preparations begin to mark Holocaust Memorial Day later this month, Fiona Bruce and a small team of experts meet a remarkable group of British survivors whose lives were shattered by the events of World War II.
S39 E14Mar 19, 2017
Burton Constable 2 Mar 19, 2017 On their visit to Burton Constable Hall near Hull the team examine the first transatlantic airmail letter, the diary of an S.S. Officer held as a P.O.W. in Britain, letters from Florence Nightingale and a collection of shoe buckles.
S39 E15Mar 26, 2017
Burton Constable 1 Mar 26, 2017 Fiona takes a look around the house at Burton Constable including the impressive cabinet of curiosities. A ship's anchor, a 17th-century example of flat-pack furniture and a collection of designer costume jewellery feature.
S39 E16Apr 2, 2017
BBC Caversham Park 1 Apr 2, 2017 Caversham Park near Reading is the former home of the BBC's Monitoring service. Early notes on Shakespeare, Indian illustrations and a gold ring with a movable letter are among the items brought in to be examined.
S39 E17Apr 9, 2017
Pembroke Castle 1 Apr 9, 2017 At the birthplace of King Henry VII the team examine a number of items with a royal connection including a stick pin gifted to a page boy, mementoes of Queen Victoria's champion butter maker and photographs of the Romanovs.
S39 E18Apr 16, 2017
Pembroke Castle 2 Apr 16, 2017 The team examine more items at the castle in West Wales, including a sapphire-ring, the papal hat of Pope Pius XII and a collection of remarkable Ango-Indian paintings that once decorated a scout hut.
Senate House 1 Fiona Bruce and the experts head to Senate House, Britain's first skyscraper.
S39 E19Apr 23, 2017
Senate House 1 Apr 23, 2017 The team head to Senate House, Britain's first skyscraper, in London's Bloomsbury. Objects examined include elaborately decorated stained-glass panels found in a skip, a wrestling championship belt and the hoof of Lord Cardigan's horse.
Trelissick 1 Fiona Bruce and the team head for the gardens of Trelissick near Truro in Cornwall.
S39 E20Apr 30, 2017
Trelissick 1 Apr 30, 2017 A range of interesting and unusual objects are examined by the experts when they visit Trelissick, Cornwall including a bust of Winston Chrchill found at the bottom of a lake, a group of medals and a lifebelt linked to a dramatic shipwreck.
S39 E21May 7, 2017
Ightham Mote 1 May 7, 2017 At the medieval manor near Sevenoaks objects examined include a set of gold and porcelain false teeth from the 1850s, Sir Walter Scott's walking cane and two early cricket bats.
Ightham Mote 1 Items featured include Walter Scott's walking cane and two very early cricket bats.
S39 E22May 20, 2017
Ightham Mote 2 May 20, 2017 Fiona Bruce presents a second show from Ightham Mote, where items brought in by the public include a gold ring containing a lock of Lord Byron's hair, Chinese paintings and a remarkable collection of postcards.
S39 E23May 28, 2017
New Lanark 1 May 28, 2017 Fiona Bruce and the experts visit the 18th-century cotton mill of New Lanark.
S39 E24Jun 4, 2017
New Lanark 2 Jun 4, 2017 The experts examine some diamond jewels found hidden in an upholstered chair.
S39 E25Jun 18, 2017
BBC Caversham 2 Jun 18, 2017 Objects featured: a communion book originally owned by the poet Wilfred Owen, an Aston Martin sports car first driven by an RAF Group Captain in WW2, and a well-preserved finely embroidered stumpwork box from the 17th century.
S39 E26Jun 25, 2017
Holker Hall 1 Jun 25, 2017 The team travel to the Lake District, where there is an eclectic mix of objects; this includes a writing desk from the Tsar's Palace bought after the Russian Revolution, over 100 vintage fire helmets, and Edwardian weight lifting equipment.
S39 E27Jul 2, 2017
Unscreend Gems Jul 2, 2017 Fiona Bruce introduces unscreened gems from recent shows, including a cross believed to have been gifted by Marie Antoinette en route to the guillotine.
Episode 28 Fiona Bruce introduces unscreened gems from recent shows.