Antiques Roadshow is the original BBC show in which antique appraisers travel to various regions of the United Kingdom (and occasionally abroad) to appraise antiques brought in by local people. It has been running since 1979 and inspired similar programmes in other countries such as the United States and Canada.
Hugh Scully and his team of experts examine antiques at Penzance Harbour, looking at the Scilly Isles and the importance of the Great Western Railway.
At Michelham Priory near Eastbourne in East Sussex, Hugh Scully and a team of experts look at a range of antiques brought along by members of the public.
Hugh Scully and the experts visit the Royal Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Treasures brought along by young people include a fan owned by Queen Victoria, a dolls' house and Star Wars memorabilia.
Hugh Scully and the team examine antique objects from Christ's Hospital School in Horsham, West Sussex, including a watercolour collection and letters written by George I of Greece.
Hugh Scully and the team visit All Hallows School near Lyme Regis. The experts are stunned to discover a pre-Raphaelite painting. Other items under examination include a Faberge vodka cup.
In Aberystwyth, Hugh Scully and a team of antique experts invite members of the public to bring along their antiques for expert examination.
From Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, Hugh Scully and the team examine a host of objects. These include two Pip, Squeak and Wilfred annuals, a cobra-shaped jug and an eighteenth-century tapestry frame.
Hugh Scully presents this special programme from Chatsworth House, Derbyshire. He surveys some of the estate's treasures and is joined by Christopher Payne, Gordon Lang and the Duchess of Devonshire.
In Perth, Hugh Scully and a team of antique experts invite members of the public to bring along their antique treasures and heirlooms for examination.
Hugh Scully and a team of antiques experts visit the Indoor School at Lord's. Cricket memorabilia features heavily in the experts' line-up of inspected objects.
Hugh Scully and a team of antiques experts visit Moreton-in-Marsh. Objects discovered include a ceramic plate with a fish design, a marble dog and an oil painting featuring cows.
Hugh Scully and a team of antiques experts visit Scone Palace in Perth. Here they invite members of the public to bring along and exhibit their antique objects for examination.