Antiques Roadshow Season 43
S43 E01Jan 3, 2021
Forty Hall 1 Jan 3, 2021 The 43rd series of the roadshow gets underway at Forty Hall in Enfield, North London. Items brought in by members of the public include a collection of Star Wars toys, a policeman's helmet worn by John Lennon and an early post-box.
S43 E02Jan 17, 2021
Christchurch Mansion 1 Jan 17, 2021 An heirloom Rolex watch, a rare Roman relic dug up in a garden, a pocket watch with a secret, memorabilia related to a land speed record and a necklace worth £500,000 are among the items seen at Christchurch Park in Ipswich, Suffolk.
S43 E03Jan 31, 2021
Newby Hall 1 Jan 31, 2021 Antiques Roadshow is at Newby Hall in Yorkshire, where the finds include an intriguing letter from Lord Nelson, politely replying to his optician just weeks before the Battle of Trafalgar. There is also an engagement ring that was picked up in a pawn shop and a piece of the set from Live Aid, rescued from a skip. Familiar to those of a certain generation, it was used as the backdrop for a host of interviews with the world's greatest pop stars, from Bob Geldof to Bono and Brian May, during the concert in 1985. We see an extraordinary collection of Australian artefacts and hear how living amongst indigenous people changed the lives of two sisters. Also, Bradford Museums and Galleries launches an appeal to find the families featured in thousands of photos in their archive.
S43 E04Feb 7, 2021
Culzean Castle 1 Feb 7, 2021 Fiona Bruce and the team are at Culzean Castle in Ayrshire, where treasures include a letter from President Eisenhower and one of the most valuable tables ever seen on the show.
S43 E05Feb 14, 2021
Bodnant Garden 1 Feb 14, 2021 The roadshow is at Bodnant Garden in north Wales, where finds include a pair of sailor’s valentines from Barbados, a rare tandem bike and a candlestick from Liverpool Cathedral.
S43 E06Feb 21, 2021
Windermere Jetty 1 Feb 21, 2021 Fiona Bruce and the team are at Windermere Jetty Museum in the Lake District, where finds include a James Bond poster, a tribal mask and rare necklaces with surprising values.
S43 E07Feb 28, 2021
Stonor Park 1 Feb 28, 2021 Antiques Roadshow is at Stonor Park in Oxfordshire, where treasures include a rare artefact that survived the attack on Pearl Harbor, and a genuine LS Lowry painting.
S43 E08Mar 7, 2021
Kenilworth Castle 1 Mar 7, 2021 Antiques Roadshow is at Kenilworth Castle, near Coventry in the West Midlands, where intriguing treasures include a miniature safe, one of the world’s first interactive golf games and a trilby belonging to an Eighties pop star. Fiona Bruce delves into the story of a car industry entrepreneur who saved Kenilworth Castle from ruin.
S43 E09Mar 14, 2021
Forty Hall 2 Mar 14, 2021 Antiques Roadshow is at Forty Hall in Enfield, north London, where treasures include a pair of miniature hands crafted by the artist Lucien Freud, a model of Donald Campbell’s Bluebird which broke the land-speed record in 1964, and a destination board from the front of an early London bus. Plus a rare set of wedding jewellery from Nepal and a diamond cross and gold necklace with a hefty price tag.
S43 E10Mar 28, 2021
Christchurch Mansion 2 Mar 28, 2021 Antiques Roadshow is at Christchurch Park in Ipswich, where treasures include an Imperial Chinese porcelain vase fit for an emperor and some intriguing portraits relating to the Profumo scandal of the 1960s. Also featured are intricate, solid gold lapel badges from the Australian gold fields and a pair of delicate paintings by a famous Suffolk artist.
S43 E11Apr 4, 2021
Culzean Castle 2 Apr 4, 2021 Fiona Bruce and the team visit the spectacular Culzean Castle in Ayrshire, where items brought along include an early FA Cup medal and a valuable art nouveau clock. Looking at the history of the castle, Fiona Bruce uncovers the story of Scipio Kennedy, a former slave who won his freedom and went on to establish himself at the heart of the local community.
S43 E12Apr 18, 2021
Newby Hall 2 Apr 18, 2021 Antiques Roadshow is back in the stunning setting of Newby Hall in Yorkshire, where treasures include a letter by Roald Dahl, a priceless chair and some rare football memorabilia.
S43 E13Apr 25, 2021
Bodnant Garden 2 Apr 25, 2021 Fiona Bruce and the team are at Bodnant Garden in north Wales, where finds include a pair of rare Wedgewood tigers, a carved Russian chair and a silver box with a political connection. There is also some interesting art work: a picture from one of the great Parisian naturalist artists and an original Quentin Blake.
S43 E14May 2, 2021
World War II – The Aftermath May 2, 2021 In this special episode, Fiona Bruce and the team hear moving stories about the aftermath of the Second World War and the desire to rebuild and reconcile after years of suffering.
S43 E15May 9, 2021
Windermere Jetty 2 May 9, 2021 The roadshow comes from the Jetty Museum on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District, where finds include a Cherokee pipe and a unique piece of footballing history.
S43 E16May 16, 2021
Stonor Park 2 May 16, 2021 The Roadshow is at Stonor Park in Oxfordshire where finds include a rare group of Indian medals, Florence Nightingale’s toolkit and the story of a remarkable female pilot from the Second World War.
S43 E17May 23, 2021
Forty Hall 3 May 23, 2021 Antiques Roadshow is at Forty Hall in Enfield, north London, where treasures include an original Punch and Judy set and an intriguing necklace linked to a secret society.
S43 E18Jul 18, 2021
Kenilworth Castle 2 Jul 18, 2021 The team make a second visit to Kenilworth Castle in the Midlands, where finds include some early Meccano toys and a Special Ops radio set used behind the lines in WWII.