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 a team of antique experts host this opening edition from the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth. Objects featured include a George III table and a Raimundo Madrozo painting.
Hugh Scully and a team of antique experts visit Walsall Town Hall. Featured objects include a majolica urn, ruskin pottery, fire engine lamps and a collection of silver spoons.
Hugh Scully and the team visit Marlborough College in Wiltshire. Here the experts discover a collection of Dylan Thomas poetry. Other interesting items unearthed include an ostrich egg box.
From West Dean College near Chichester, Hugh Scully and the experts provide more commentary on antique items. These include an assortment of oriental pieces and an oil painting by Talbot Hughes.
Hugh Scully, alongside a team of antiques experts visit Fort William, inviting members of the public to bring along and exhibit their antique objects for examination.
Hugh Scully and the experts host this edition from the coastal town of Porthmadog in Wales, inviting members of the public to bring along and exhibit their antiques for examination.
Hugh Scully presents a special compilation programme from Harewood House near Leeds, which shows previously unseen finds from the series.
Hugh Scully and the team visit Canterbury and unearth a variety of antique treasures, including a collection of cinema posters, a Victorian diamond ring and three pre-Raphaelite paintings.