Antiques Roadshow Season 40
S40 E01Sep 24, 2017
Castle Howard 1 Sep 24, 2017 Fiona and the Roadshow team begin the show's 40th anniversary tour in Yorkshire at Castle Howard. A letter in which Charles Darwin admits making a mistake is among the items viewed.
S40 E02Oct 1, 2017
Minehead Railway Station 1 Oct 1, 2017 On one of the wettest days in Roadshow history more than 2,000 people queue to see Fiona and the experts who are sheltering beneath the canopy of this station run by West Somerset Railway.
S40 E03Oct 8, 2017
Nymans 1 Oct 8, 2017 Fiona and the team head to Nymans Garden Centre near Crawley where objects exciting the experts include an axe used on an Everest ascent, a sofa from a classic film and a diver's watch.
S40 E04Oct 15, 2017
Nymans 2 Oct 15, 2017 A ceramic piece designed by Picasso, a locket given as a gift by Queen Victoria and almost 1,000 keys are among the items brought in for appraisal as Fiona Bruce presents a second show from the National Trust garden centre.
S40 E05Oct 22, 2017
Senate House 2 Oct 22, 2017 Items viewed include a brick from Pudding Lane that survived the Great Fire of London, a piece of scrimshaw that has been brought from Antwerp to be valued and a stuffed artist's model.
S40 E06Dec 31, 2017
Entertainment Special Dec 31, 2017 Fiona Bruce and the Roadshow team are on the set of the BBC soap EastEnders (1985) at Elstree Studios for a special edition of the show celebrating the history of the entertainment industry.
S40 E07Apr 15, 2018
Black Country Living Museum Apr 15, 2018 The team make some remarkable discoveries when they visit this open-air museum near Dudley including a 3,000-year-old baby rattle and a Faberge treasure that receives one of the highest valuations in the show's history.
S40 E08Apr 22, 2018
Castle Howard 2 Apr 22, 2018 There's an eclectic range of items for the experts to examine as the roadshow returns to Castle Howard in North Yorkshire. From a terracotta figurine to a jade Buddha and a collection of snuff boxes to a collection of aviation paintings.
S40 E09Apr 29, 2018
Floors Castle 1 Apr 29, 2018 The show visits Floors Castle in south east Scotland and on a day of sunshine and showers turn up some real treasures including a signed copy of The Hobbit, Murano glass and a Chinese lantern.
S40 E10May 6, 2018
Helmingham Hall 1 May 6, 2018 Fiona and the team visit Helmingham Hall in Suffolk, home for 20 generations to the Tollemache family. A medieval sword dredged up from a pond on a golf course, an Indian jewel and a collection of boxes are examined.
S40 E11May 20, 2018
Black Country Living Museum 2 May 20, 2018 The team revisit the museum on one of the hottest days of the year where they discover jewels fit for a princess, motor racing history and one of the rarest guns seen on the show.
S40 E12May 28, 2018
Coronation Special May 28, 2018 To mark 65 years of the Queen's reign Fiona and the team are aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia in Edinburgh where those who worked for Her Majesty or were there on formal occasions bring in mementos.
S40 E13Jun 3, 2018
Helmingham Hall 2 Jun 3, 2018 Fiona and the team make a return visit to the Tudor manor house in Suffolk. A unique piece of Donald Trump memorabilia, a working model of a funfair, a rare WWI medal and a document signed by Elizabeth I are examined.
S40 E14Jun 17, 2018
Newcastle Civic Centre 1 Jun 17, 2018 Fiona and the team visit the iconic Civic Centre in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. A work of art by a coal miner, a fine example of a crossbow and a vast collection of designs for the RMS Mauretania are among the items examined.
S40 E15Jun 24, 2018
Osborne House 1 Jun 24, 2018 The team are at Queen Victoria's favourite seaside residence on the Isle of Wight. Here the experts examine a Japanese jar found in a water tank, a set of cutlery with a special mark and a globe-trotting trunk.
S40 E16Jul 1, 2018
Floors Castle 2 Jul 1, 2018 The team return to the ancestral seat of the Duke of Roxburghe in south east Scotland where the experts examine items from far and near, including items from China and Canada.
S40 E17Jul 8, 2018
Cardiff Castle 1 Jul 8, 2018 The team find some remarkable items when they visit the Welsh capital including Inuit art, a touching memento of George Formby Sr., an early David Hockney print found in a junk shop and an early draft score of Elgar's Enigma Variations.
S40 E18Jul 15, 2018
Minehead Railway Station 2 Jul 15, 2018 The team return to the preserved railway line in Somerset. Items examined include a chair said to have belonged to Henry VIII, a dance trophy from a holiday camp, a 19th century washing machine and a miniature of Napoleon.
S40 E19Jul 22, 2018
Cardiff Castle 2 Jul 22, 2018 Fiona and the team return to the Welsh capital where an elaborately decorated Indian flask, a Royal Worcester vase, an early Swansea Pottery inkwell and a piece of costume jewellery that turns out to be real are evaluated.
S40 E20Jul 29, 2018
Stormont Parliament Buildings and Estate 1 Jul 29, 2018 The team set up camp outside the parliament buildings in Belfast, Northern Ireland to look at more interesting and valuable items including an incredible musical instrument and the walking stick of Lord Haw-Haw.
S40 E21Aug 5, 2018
Trelissick 2 Aug 5, 2018 The team return to the house and gardens in Cornwall and see some remarkable items including an escape pod from a Vulcan bomber, a miniature sewing kit and probably the largest chair ever seen on the show.
S40 E22Aug 19, 2018
Helmingham Hall 3 Aug 19, 2018 The team return to Suffolk and the ancestral home of the Tollemache family. Fiona introduces Lady Tollemache to a visitor from Liverpool who discovered a collection of poems about the hall.
S40 E23Sep 16, 2018
Abbey Pumping Station 1 Sep 16, 2018 Fiona and the team head to Leicester's Museum of Technology, housed in a Victorian water pumping station. A tiny frog with a big price tag, a clock powered by gravity and an abandoned sculpture are examined.
S40 E24Sep 23, 2018
Stormont Parliament Buildings and Estate 2 Sep 23, 2018 An unloved muffin dish holds a surprise, an unread copy of James Joyce's "Ulysses", a wooden water pipe and a phenomenal George Best collection turn up as the team return to Belfast.
S40 E25Sep 30, 2018
Abbey Pumping Station 2 Sep 30, 2018 The team uncover some 1960s steel sculptures, a typewriter used to write some famous plays and collection of exotic metal boxes when they revisit the museum in Leicester.
S40 E26May 5, 2019
Newcastle Civic Centre 2 May 5, 2019 At Newcastle's Civic Centre, treasures include a tribute to Victorian heroine Grace Darling, a child's penny farthing and a tiny pot bought for ten pounds.
S40 E27May 26, 2019
Osborne House 2 May 26, 2019 Antiques Roadshow returns to Osborne on the Isle of Wight for a second helping of finds, including a Wedgwood vase and some food tins that tell a story of Colditz.
S40 E28Jul 16, 2018
Vintage Chicago Jul 16, 2018 A 1908 Chicago Cubs presentation piece; a Tiffany & Co. gold necklace; a 1904 Henry Woods oil.