Antiques Roadshow Season 36
S36 E01Jun 10, 2019
Polesden Lacey Jun 10, 2019 The antiques series returns as Fiona Bruce and the team head around the UK. The first venue is Polesden Lacey near Dorking in Surrey.
S36 E02Jun 10, 2019
Wightwick Manor 2 Jun 10, 2019 A return visit to Wightwick Manor for Fiona Bruce and the experts. Discoveries include two drawings made by one of Britain's greatest artists.
S36 E02Aug 25, 2013
Wightwick Manor Aug 25, 2013 Drawings made by artist, JMW Turner.
S36 E03Sep 1, 2013
Eastbourne Bandstand Sep 1, 2013 Images of Marilyn Monroe.
S36 E03Jun 10, 2019
Eastbourne Bandstand 1 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the team are at Eastbourne Bandstand. Family treasures featured include a collection of pottery with a moving story.
S36 E04Sep 8, 2013
Eastbourne Bandstand Sep 8, 2013 The story of a Victorian childhood.
S36 E04Jun 10, 2019
Eastbourne Bandstand 2 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a second visit to East Sussex as they welcome thousands of visitors to Eastbourne Bandstand.
S36 E05Sep 15, 2013
Fountains Abbey Sep 15, 2013 Artifacts relating to Nuremberg trials.
S36 E05Jun 10, 2019
Fountains Abbey 2 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the team return to Fountains Abbey near Ripon in Yorkshire. Objects brought in by visitors include a sentimental jewel.
S36 E06Jun 10, 2019
Southsea, Royal Marines Museum 1 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the team are at the Royal Marines Museum in Southsea. There are some remarkable stories behind today's objects brought to the camera.
S36 E06Sep 22, 2013
Southsea: Royal Marines Museum Sep 22, 2013 A Russian Princess's bangle.
S36 E07Aug 17, 2019
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 1 Aug 17, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts are in Cirencester for this week's show, where they find what could prove the most valuable picture ever seen on the show.
S36 E08Jun 10, 2019
Newstead Abbey 2 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a visit to Newstead Abbey. Among the discoveries are a medal for bravery awarded to a pigeon in World War Two.
S36 E08Oct 6, 2013
Newstead Abbey Oct 6, 2013 A medal for bravery awarded to a pigeon.
S36 E09Oct 13, 2013
Towneley Hall Oct 13, 2013 A garden ornament and some handbags.
S36 E09Jun 10, 2019
Towneley Hall 1 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the team arrive at Towneley Hall near Burnley in Lancashire. Despite heavy rain, thousands arrive to show their family treasures.
S36 E10Jun 10, 2019
The Scottish Gallery of Modern Art 1 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the team head to Scotland where a large crowd awaits the experts at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.
S36 E10Dec 22, 2013
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Dec 22, 2013 The National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.
S36 E11Dec 29, 2013
Retrospective Dec 29, 2013 Most talked about finds of 2013.
S36 E12Jun 10, 2019
The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 1 Jun 10, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the team visit Richmond Park in London where they meet visitors bringing their family treasures at the Royal Ballet School.
S36 E13Jan 12, 2014
Sainsbury Centre Norwich Jan 12, 2014 A death mask of William Gladstone.
S36 E14Jun 11, 2019
Exeter Cathedral 1 Jun 11, 2019 Fiona Bruce heads to Exeter Cathedral. Objects under inspection include a table reputed to have been used by Bonnie Prince Charlie.
S36 E15Jun 11, 2019
Scone Palace 1 Jun 11, 2019 A visit to Scone Palace, near Perth in Scotland, sees Fiona Bruce and the team meeting thousands of visitors bringing precious heirlooms.
S36 E16Apr 6, 2014
World War One Special 1 Apr 6, 2014 Bronze sculptures and paintings.
S36 E16Jun 11, 2019
World War I Special 1 Jun 11, 2019 The first of two specials marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War I. Fiona Bruce travels to the poignant Thiepval Memorial.
S36 E17Jun 11, 2019
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 2 Jun 11, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to the Royal Agricultural University at Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
S36 E18Jun 11, 2019
Polesden Lacey 2 Jun 11, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the antiques experts pay a return visit to Polesden Lacey near Dorking in Surrey for one of the busiest days in Roadshow history.
S36 E19Jun 11, 2019
Gregynog Jun 11, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts are at Gregynog in Wales at the former home of the wealthy Davies sisters, who helped bring art to the people of Wales.
S36 E20Jun 11, 2019
Southsea - Royal Marines Museum 2 Jun 11, 2019 A Jolly Roger flag counts among the family treasures presented to the Roadshow team in a return visit to Southsea.
S36 E21Jun 11, 2019
Exeter Cathedral 2 Jun 11, 2019 Treasures featured include Chinese objects which revealed a shocking family secret and rare artworks by the sculptor Elisabeth Frink.
S36 E22May 25, 2014
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 2 May 25, 2014 Sketchbook; landscape.
S36 E23Jun 11, 2019
The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 2 Jun 11, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts visit the Royal Ballet School in Richmond Park where they find a table purportedly made from the Old London Bridge.
S36 E24Jun 11, 2019
Sainsbury Centre, Norwich 2 Jun 11, 2019 Objects in this episode include a rare 18th-century glass bought for 10p from a charity shop and a pair of Queen Victoria's amazingly large knickers.
S36 E25Jun 11, 2019
Wentworth Woodhouse 1 Jun 11, 2019 Fiona Bruce and the experts travel to Wentworth Woodhouse, a palace in south Yorkshire where they encounter a bureau once owned by Earl Fitzwilliam.
S36 E26Jun 11, 2019
Wentworth Woodhouse 2 Jun 11, 2019 Objects under inspection include a special medal awarded for kindness to pit ponies and a valuable painted Georgian tea tray.