Long-running family series in which experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for examination and valuation. Presented by Michael Aspel
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Michael Aspel presents his first Antiques Roadshow from the Victoria and Albert Museum.
A visit to Barnstaple in North Devon turns up an important enamel miniature by Henry Bone.
Finds include a rare 18th-century Wedgwood egg scrambler in Biddulph.
Michael Aspel and the experts find a posy ring with a macabre story at Glamis Castle.
Michael Aspel recounts stories of the Queen Mother's early life at Glamis Castle.
Items of interest in this edition include a signed Beatrix Potter book.
Featuring a valuable vase, a Martinware bird and a collection of royal memorabilia.
Featured items include an unusual medal and a rare salt-glazed mug.
Featured items include a mammoth teapot and a gruesome 18th-century mourning ring.
Items featured include a marine chronometer and a diamond brooch.
This edition comes from Knebworth House in Hertfordshire.
Items examined include a Victorian painting, a telescope, and a 19th-century wooden ark.
Featuring jewellery found in a rubbish dump and an original sketch by Stanley Spencer.
Items featured include a lady's bureau and a silver cruet set.
Featured items include a valuable painting on an asbestos tile.
In Salford, items include Victorian photographs and Zulu wedding beads.
Finds at Eastnor Castle include a World War I pack with a bullet lodged in it.
The team returns to Eastnor Castle in Herefordshire.
Exciting finds in Eston iclude a sculpted elephant by Eduardo Paolozzi and a 1930s robot.
Among the items in Melksham are a Cossack dagger and a drawing by Edmund Dulac.
Finds include a 17th-century lantern clock, a jade necklace and a bleeding bowl.