Experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for examination. Hosted by Fiona Bruce.
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One of the most exciting finds in Roadshow history stuns the team.
One of the items uncovered is the sword that ended the War of Independence in America.
The team are shown a table that was supposedly used to sign Napoleon's abdication.
The team are shown an enormous fishing rod and a narwhal tusk.
The experts examine a gold bracelet found mysteriously hidden behind a wall.
Finds include a portrait of a visitor's mother which was painted in India in the 1950s.
The experts examine two large portraits depicting servants working at Broughton Castle.
A visit to Baddesley Clinton uncovers a gruesome box and a diamond bracelet.
A visit to Baddesley Clinton sees the team uncover an exceptionally rare silver box.
A special edition on the Flying Scotsman, celebrating the golden age of travel.
Fiona Bruce looks at the most talked about finds of 2016.
Fiona Bruce and the team make a return visit to Tewkesbury Abbey in Gloucestershire.
Fiona Bruce meets British survivors whose lives were shattered by World War II.
Items brought along include the first transatlantic airmail letter and a bronze figure.
Fiona Bruce and the team head to Burton Constable Hall near Hull.
Some watercolour illustrations made in the early 19th century are brought for valuation.
Photographs revealing the last days of the Russian royal family are brought for valuation.
Objects featured include a rare sapphire ring that changes colour in different light.
Fiona Bruce and the experts head to Senate House, Britain's first skyscraper.
Fiona Bruce and the team head for the gardens of Trelissick near Truro in Cornwall.
Items featured include Walter Scott's walking cane and two very early cricket bats.
The experts inspect a ring containing a lock of Byron's hair and some postcards from 1916.
Fiona Bruce and the experts visit the 18th-century cotton mill of New Lanark.
The experts examine some diamond jewels found hidden in an upholstered chair.
Items include a communion book once owned by Wilfred Owen and a vintage Aston Martin.
Fiona Bruce and the team travel to the Lake District.
Fiona Bruce introduces unscreened gems from recent shows.