Experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for examination. Hosted by Fiona Bruce.
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Objects include a collection of lead soldiers and one of the earliest digital watches.
Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to Fountains Abbey near Ripon in Yorkshire.
Fiona Bruce and the team head to the National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh.
Fiona Bruce looks back at some of the most memorable antiques of 2013.
Objects include the death mask of William Gladstone and a complete kitchen from the 1950s
Fiona Bruce and the team set up for a busy day at Exeter Cathedral.
Pieces featured in Scotland include an 'ugly' family brooch with a surprising value.
The first of two specials marking the centenary of the outbreak of World War I.
Fiona Bruce and the experts return to the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester.
Fiona Bruce and the team of antiques experts pay a return visit to Polesden Lacey.
The team are at Gregynog in deepest Wales, at the former home of the Davies sisters.
At the Royal Marines Museum, treasures including a Jolly Roger flown during World War II.
Treasures featured include rare artworks by the sculptor Elisabeth Frink.
Treasures featured include a landscape of a valuable maritime scene found in a skip.
The team look at a Maori feather box, a musical chamber pot and an artist's brush pot.
Treasures include a rare 18th-century glass bought for 10p from a charity shop.
Fiona Bruce and the experts travel to Wentworth Woodhouse in south Yorkshire.
Fiona Bruce and the experts make a return visit to the magnificent Wentworth Woodhouse.