Antiques Roadshow tonight

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Antiques Roadshow returns to BBC One tonight with its latest episode.


Host Fiona Bruce and the team uncover the fascinating stories behind valuable personal items.

When is Antiques Roadshow on TV tonight?

The next episode of Antiques Roadshow airs on Sunday, 3 March at 7:00PM on BBC One. You can also watch online on BBC iPlayer.

It is a repeat episode of the show from Series 44.

This week, the Roadshow returns to Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland, a former colliery that tells the story of coal mining and the miners’ way of life in the north east of England.

Mark Smith hears the moving story behind a George Cross medal awarded to a miner who helped rescue the victims of a pit disaster in 1947, and Fiona Bruce finds out how miners’ lamps proved to be a vital piece of safety equipment.

Alexandra Aguilar admires a portrait of a woman in Japanese dress and asks the owner if she’d be prepared to sell her own grandmother, while Raj Bisram sees football memorabilia signed by local Ashington lads Jack and Bobby Charlton.


Andy McConnell can’t quite believe a young man with a passion for glass from the north east of England has spent thousands of pounds on two tiny firing glasses – but has it proved to be a shrewd investment?

Wayne Colquhoun is thrilled to see a quirky piece of local movie memorabilia, a car park sign that featured in the movie Get Carter, while Geordie expert Steven Moore challenges Fiona to put three beautifully embroidered quilts in order of value.

Visit the Antiques Roadshow

You can head to the Antiques Roadshow yourself as the show travels across the UK.


Filming for this year’s show has concluded but the 2024 Antiques Roadshow filming schedule will be announced very soon.

Visit the BBC website for the latest updates.