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 and the team visit Holkham Hall.
Finds include a valuable wrist watch and an early Doctor Who script.
The finds include an original script written by Ronnie Barker for a classic comedy sketch.
Michael Aspel and the team set up for business in the grounds of Kedleston Hall.
Michael Aspel and the team converge on Bishop Auckland in County Durham.
The team uncover items including a flask used to smuggle whiskey out of a distillery.
Michael Aspel is in Bucks where featured items include rare pictures of AA Milne's son.
The items include rare Victorian fairground figures and a painting of an Irish landscape.
Michael Aspel introduces unscreened finds from recent visits to Kedleston Hall near Derby.
Objects featured include a Scottish broadsword bought with money saved from a paper round.
Objects include a revealing letter written on board HMS Victory by Lord Nelson.
Features an 18th century Japanese device for listening to music created by crickets.
Michael Aspel, the team of experts and 2,000 eager visitors invade Arundel Castle.
Michael Aspel and the team return to Gloucester Cathedral.
Michael Aspel and the team visit Sydney and Melbourne.
Objects include signed portraits from Hollywood's leading performers of the 1950s and 60s.
Objects include a simple glass bottle valued at £2,000 and an art deco dressing table.
Michael Aspel and the team set up camp at Southport's Floral Hall.
Pieces include a Victorian mobile phone made and a collection of pop stars' autographs.
Michael Aspel and the team visit Wakehurst Place in West Sussex for a day of evaluations.
Michael Aspel and the team visit Glasgow's newly-refurbished Kelvingrove Museum.
A Charles Rennie Mackintosh and a Chippendale chair are amongst the finds in Glasgow.
Michael Aspel and the team of experts are at Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire.