BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow returns this summer coming to a location near you - bring your antiques

For the past four decades, the award-winning show has visited hundreds of venues in the UK and abroad

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Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team will be back on the road this summer filming the 47th series of one of the BBC's most loved programmes.

Open to the public as usual with ticketed events, the team are inviting guests to tell them about their treasured pieces ahead of the time by submitting pictures and information about their items through the Antiques Roadshow website.

The team are on the hunt for a broad mix of antiques, family heirlooms and vintage treasures. Every show will feature specialists in the fields of jewellery, silver, ceramics, glass, pictures, rare books, clocks and watches, and militaria, as well as a team of experts with knowledge of all things collectable – from retro toys to movie and music memorabilia, from ancient antiquities to costume jewellery, from mid-century furniture to vintage fashion.

For the past four decades, the award-winning show has visited hundreds of venues in the UK and abroad.

Applications are now open for free tickets across the new venues which include:

• Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery in Walpole Park, Ealing, west London
• Cromford Mills, near Matlock in Derbyshire
• Firstsite art gallery in Colchester, Essex
• Thirlestane Castle in Lauder in the Scottish Borders
• Beaumaris Castle on the island of Anglesey
• Botanic Gardens in Belfast

Applications for tickets and to showcase items are now open with limited places. To apply for both please visit link below.

Source BBC One

February 13, 2024 1:00am ET by BBC One  

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