Antiques Roadshow Season 28
S28 E01Sep 3, 2005
Lichfield Cathedral Sep 3, 2005 Michael Aspel and the team are at Lichfield Cathedral in the Midlands. Amongst the items are a small statue thought to be from the tomb of Tutankhamun, an early Punch and Judy set and a sword pistol that belonged to Lord Nelson valued at GBP20,000.
S28 E02Sep 10, 2005
Lampeter Sep 10, 2005 The team head for mid-Wales where Michael Aspel and team unearth more intriguing finds including a bust of Dylan Thomas, an intricate book of early silhouettes, and a plate bought for £5 turns out to be worth £10,000.
S28 E03Sep 17, 2005
Edinburgh Sep 17, 2005 The experts return to Edinburgh in search of Scottish treasure. Amongst the items are an early Mickey Mouse mascot, a rare deco figurine, and documents that once belonged to the bodyguard to Edward and Mrs. Simpson now valued at GBP15,000.
S28 E04Sep 24, 2005
Normanby Hall Sep 24, 2005 The experts converge on Normanby Hall, where treasures include a marble bust valued at £15,000, a pair of rare candlesticks won in a newspaper competition and Michael Aspel meets a man obsessed by collecting and racing antique lawnmowers.
S28 E05Oct 1, 2005
Tavistock Oct 1, 2005 Antiques Roadshow heads for Tavistock in Devon. Inside the Pannier Market, they discover a cache of curiosities, including an inmate's uniform from the early days of Dartmoor prison and a plate, bought for a song at a boot sale worth GBP1,000.
S28 E06Oct 8, 2005
Compilation 1 Oct 8, 2005 Michael Aspel digs up unscreened finds from recent Roadshows held at Lichfield and Normanby. Amongst the objects are a ring once owned by the Romanian Royal family, an elaborate bed and a bizarre collection of coffinalia belonging to an undertaker.
S28 E07Oct 15, 2005
Ipswich Oct 15, 2005 Michael Aspel and the team head east to Ipswich, where amongst the treasures they discover a Duke's chamber pot now used to drink champagne, one of the earliest record players and a 50p find on a white elephant stall turns out to be valued at GBP1500.
S28 E08Oct 23, 2005
Beamish Oct 23, 2005 Among the discoveries is a rapier sword allegedly smuggled out of Russia and a very fine music box.
S28 E09Oct 29, 2005
Manderston Oct 29, 2005 The team enters Border country as the Roadshow visits Manderston. Amongst the items featured are pieces from Queen Victoria's household, a gruesome Man Trap and Lord Palmer's collection of rare biscuit tins now valued in the thousands.
S28 E10Nov 5, 2005
Rochdale Nov 5, 2005 Michael Aspel and the team set up camp in Rochdale's magnificent town hall. Amongst the objects under scrutiny are a gold pencil gifted by King George IV, paintbrushes used by LS Lowry and the diaries of a British hangman.
S28 E11Nov 12, 2005
Chelsea Nov 12, 2005 The team visits the Royal Hospital in Chelsea. Amongst the items are a Roulette table built to outwit cheats valued at GBP30,000, a collection of buttons worn by Charles Dickens and a gilded bee from a royal throne thought to have magical powers.
S28 E12Nov 19, 2005
Ventnor Nov 19, 2005 The team is at the seaside resort of Ventnor. Under scrutiny is a family portrait showing a Speaker of the House of Commons as a young boy and 75 Austin vehicles. We also hear the story of how a photograph saved a woman's life.
S28 E13Nov 26, 2005
Compilation 2 Nov 26, 2005 Michael Aspel introduces a selection of unscreened finds from recent Roadshows. Items include an Edward VIII Coronation souvenir that was hastily converted to an abdication mug, early fan mail for Elton John and a collection of art deco treasures.
S28 E14Dec 3, 2005
Lancaster Dec 3, 2005 The Roadshow team head for Lancaster. Amongst the items uncovered in the Town Hall are a valuable pair of clogs, a moving series of letters from Crimea, an anti-slavery ring and a rare and intricately woven tapestry valued at £10,000.
S28 E15Dec 10, 2005
Coughton Court 1 Dec 10, 2005 The team heads for Coughton Court in Warwickshire. Amongst the items are original designs from one of Britain's leading graphic artists of the 20th Century, a bizarre Japanese depiction of skeletons dancing and a lost masterpiece valued at GBP60,000.
S28 E17Dec 31, 2005
Sydney Dec 31, 2005 The team visits Sydney in Australia. Amongst the items under scrutiny are pieces of furniture made by convicts, a part of the keel of Captain Cook's ship, The Endeavour, and one collector receives one of the biggest valuations in Roadshow history.
S28 E18Jan 14, 2006
Norwich 1 Jan 14, 2006 The team heads to Norwich where, in the Cathedral cloisters, they uncover more treasures. Amongst the items are a letter from Lord Nelson, a series of portraits depicting ancestors of Walt Disney, and correspondence from John Lennon's Aunt Mimi.
S28 E20Feb 4, 2006
Londonderry Feb 4, 2006 Michael Aspel and the team travel to Londonderry. Amongst the items under scrutiny are the most intricately produced hand cut pictures to ever appear on the programme, a cache of silver valued at over GBP100,000 and a cushion woven from human hair.
S28 E21Feb 11, 2006
Compilation 3 Feb 11, 2006 Michael Aspel introduces unscreened finds from recent venues. Amongst the treasures are a pair of figures that narrowly escaped a bombing raid in World War 2, a recipe book with hair raising potions and a painting by one of Queen Victoria's children.
S28 E23Mar 4, 2006
Montacute House 2 Mar 4, 2006 In Somerset, Michael Aspel and the team discover more intriguing finds including one of the rarest pieces of silver ever found on the Roadshow, a car powered by steam, and a set of original illustrations for Winnie the Pooh draw gasps when valued.
S28 E24Mar 11, 2006
Melbourne Mar 11, 2006 In the Royal Exhibition Building, in Melbourne, Australia, Michael Aspel and the team uncover a rich vein including relics from the days of gold strikes, a flag flown at the battle of Trafalgar and a sad-looking bear with a jaw-dropping value.