The antiques series returns as Fiona Bruce and the team head around the UK. The first venue is Polesden Lacey near Dorking in Surrey.
Wightwick Manor 2
A return visit to Wightwick Manor for Fiona Bruce and the experts. Discoveries include two drawings made by one of Britain's greatest artists.
Fountains Abbey 2
Fiona Bruce and the team return to Fountains Abbey near Ripon in Yorkshire. Objects brought in by visitors include a sentimental jewel.
Southsea, Royal Marines Museum 1
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.
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 1
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.
Newstead Abbey 2
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.
Towneley Hall 1
Fiona Bruce and the team arrive at Towneley Hall near Burnley in Lancashire. Despite heavy rain, thousands arrive to show their family treasures.
The Scottish Gallery of Modern Art 1
Fiona Bruce and the team head to Scotland where a large crowd awaits the experts at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.
We discover the tantalising stories about what happened to antiques and their owners once the Roadshow cameras have stopped rolling.
The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 1
Fiona Bruce and the team visit Richmond Park in London where they meet visitors bringing their family treasures at the Royal Ballet School.
Sainsbury Centre Norwich
Fiona Bruce and the team head to the University of East Anglia where they are joined by huge crowds in the shadow of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts.
Exeter Cathedral 1
Fiona Bruce heads to Exeter Cathedral. Objects under inspection include a table reputed to have been used by Bonnie Prince Charlie.
Scone Palace 1
A visit to Scone Palace, near Perth in Scotland, sees Fiona Bruce and the team meeting thousands of visitors bringing precious heirlooms.
World War I Special 1
The first of two specials marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War I. Fiona Bruce travels to the poignant Thiepval Memorial.
Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester 2
Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to the Royal Agricultural University at Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
Polesden Lacey 2
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.
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.
Southsea - Royal Marines Museum 2
A Jolly Roger flag counts among the family treasures presented to the Roadshow team in a return visit to Southsea.
Exeter Cathedral 2
Treasures featured include Chinese objects which revealed a shocking family secret and rare artworks by the sculptor Elisabeth Frink.
The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art 2
A sketchbook believed to have been made on the journey from England to Australia in 1851 aboard the S.S. Great Britain is brought in for inspection.
The Royal Ballet School, Richmond 2
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.
Sainsbury Centre, Norwich 2
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.
Wentworth Woodhouse 1
Fiona Bruce and the experts travel to Wentworth Woodhouse, a palace in south Yorkshire where they encounter a bureau once owned by Earl Fitzwilliam.
Wentworth Woodhouse 2
Objects under inspection include a special medal awarded for kindness to pit ponies and a valuable painted Georgian tea tray.