Among the items is the first-aid box that Shackleton took on his Antarctic expedition.
Fiona Bruce and the experts visit Layer Marney Tower near Colchester in Essex.
Fiona Bruce and the team visit Northern Ireland at Castle Coole near Enniskillen.
Fiona Bruce and the team of experts visit the recently reopened Seaton Delaval Hall.
Fiona Bruce and the team of experts visit the University of Birmingham's Great Hall.
Fiona Bruce and the experts pay a return visit to Hever Castle.
Items in Kent include one of the finest pieces of furniture seen in recent years.
Fiona Bruce and the team find themselves in the middle of a tank firing range in Dorset.
Treasures in Stratford-upon-Avon include a collection of gold boxes.
Heirlooms in Manchester include a toy last opened by the owner's father in Edwardian days.
Fiona Bruce reflects on another remarkable series of finds.
Fiona Bruce and the team visit Hampton Court Castle in rural Herefordshire.
Fiona Bruce and the team recall the royal treasures that have been unearthed on the show.
Which single Roadshow object has been bought most cheaply and sold for the biggest profit?
We meet some of the most memorable characters ever to appear on the Antiques Roadshow.
Michael Aspel shares his most memorable moments from eight years on the show.
Fiona Bruce and the team head for Hampton Court Castle, near Leominster.
Fiona Bruce and the team pay a second visit to Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.
Fiona Bruce and the team of experts head to Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.
The team are reunited with some of the youngest visitors to the Antiques Roadshow.
Fiona Bruce visits one of Britain's smallest palaces, Edinburgh's Palace of Holyroodhouse.
Fiona Bruce and the team pay a return visit to the gardens of Tatton Park in Cheshire.
Fiona Bruce welcomes thousands of visitors to the gardens of Tatton Park in Cheshire.
Pieces under the experts' eyes include a Trafalgar medal awarded to a boy sailor.
Fiona Bruce opens a seasonal selection box from the Roadshow team.
Fiona Bruce uncovers the story of Leonardo da Vinci.
Fiona Bruce visits Windsor Castle, the world's oldest and largest inhabited castle.
Fiona Bruce visits Buckingham Palace and learns of its long history.
A picture up for auction is suspected of being stolen. Could it really be a Rembrandt?
Fiona and Philip solve the riddle behind a painting that divides the opinion of scholars.
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate what they believe is an unknown piece by Monet.
A painting found near a rubbish tip turns out to be a lost work by Winslow Homer.
Fiona Bruce explores the apparent contradictions in the life of Prince Philip.
Fiona Bruce and the experts take a look at some unscreened finds.
Fiona Bruce takes the team to the Lancashire coast to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom.