Fiona Bruce and the team recall the royal treasures that have been unearthed on the show.
Michael Aspel examines the tricks of the trade used by the Antiques Roadshow specialists.
Fiona Bruce wades through the archives to recall the most jaw-dropping moments.
Which single Roadshow object has been bought most cheaply and sold for the biggest profit?
Fiona Bruce and experts look at the most stunning jewellery from the Antiques Roadshow.
We meet some of the most memorable characters ever to appear on the Antiques Roadshow.
Experts David Barby and Philip Serrell join Paul Martin to value antiques in Twickenham.
Tim Wonnacott hosts a celebrity edition of the antiques challenge.
Experts Paul Laidlaw and Thomas Plant help the teams at Wetherby Racecourse.
Paul Martin takes Flog It! to the Prince's Theatre in Kilmarnock.
Denise Nurse takes a look at the best big budget properties featured in past programmes.
Lorne Spicer and John Cameron help a mother and son raise 1,000 to honour her late father.
Angela Rippon and Paul Hayes help a couple raise £500 towards a trip to Canada.
Moya looks for unused items to sell in order to visit her friend Margaret in Canada.
David and Barbara Owen look to raise 1,000 pounds to create a special family reunion.
Amanda Dickson wants to organise a treat for her husband's fiftieth birthday.
Angela Rippon and James Rylands help Angela Hougham raise money to treat her daughter.
Josie and Len Higgs want to buy a plasma screen to treat their family to movie nights.
Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit properties in Dorset, Portobello Road and Newquay.
Aled Jones helps Linda Shiers raise the final funds to renovate a family home.
Pauline Tedstone would like to raise some money for her grandchildren's futures.
Jane calls in Jennie Bond and James Rylands to help raise funds for a home extension.
Pat and Bernard Field attempt to raise money for a Colombian children's charity.
The Evans family seek collectibles to sell to raise funds for a formal family portrait.
Jo and Julian Potter want to take six-year-old son Louie on a trip to Lapland.
The team meet Janice Philbin, who hopes to unearth enough valuables to fund a honeymoon.
The Cash team helps antiques enthusiast Maureen Wood pay for a family holiday to Turkey.
The team visit Keith Harris and his wife Christine, who are planning a move to Spain.
In Stroud, expert Kate Bliss's keen eye spots a silver tea set with a difference.
Banoo Petit needs to raise money as she is in dire need of replacement windows.
The Davies family wants to sell some hidden valuables to help their son with his studies.
A couple hope to raise enough to fund horse-riding lessons for their five grandchildren.
Aled Jones and Jonty Hearnden visit siblings John and Kate Stelling at home in Croydon.
Jennie Bond and John Cameron help Martin, who wishes to fund a memorial to his uncle.
Alison Mead from Kent hopes to take her children to New York for a dream holiday.
Val Perrin wants to restore her grand piano in order to take up lessons again.