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    Genre: Documentary
    Antiques Roadshow returns to the magnificent setting of Compton Verney in Warwickshire. Treasures brought in include some hand-painted fashion illustrations from the 1930s, a pair of bronze cockerels from Benin in West Africa and a rare Chinese incense burner worth a small fortune. We meet the granddaughter of the first British woman to win an individual swimming gold medal, at the 1924 Olympics, and military expert Mark Smith hears the extraordinary story of how a First World War hero earned the Victoria Cross.
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    At Lytham Hall in Lancashire, finds include a chair that is believed to be from Nelson’s flagship, a gruesome insight into Victorian dentistry and a fantastic series of watercolours rescued from a skip and worth thousands. Geoffrey Munn finds a diamond pendant presented by the city of Liverpool, and there is some sixties rock and roll memorabilia of the highest pedigree
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    57 min 53 s | 2.08 GiB | 5 144 kb/s | 1920x1080 | AAC @ 160 kb/s 2 channels | mp4
    Genre: Documentary
    Antiques Roadshow Series 42 National Botanic Garden of Wales 1
    The roadshow comes from the lush surroundings of the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire. Fiona Bruce explores the Victorian mania for collecting exotic plants and examines rare species grown inside the gigantic biodome.
    Mark Smith can’t believe his eyes when not one but two rare First World War Luftwaffe ‘honour’ goblets turn up at his table, while armourer Bill Harriman can’t wait to get his hands on one of the largest muskets he’s ever seen.
    Duncan Campbell discovers a Chinese box that Hollywood star Gregory Peck tried - and failed - to buy, and John Axford is amazed to see an extremely rare 12th-century bronze statuette brought back from Calcutta in the 1920s .
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    This week, the Roadshow comes from the Concorde Hangar at the recently opened Aerospace Bristol museum. As ever, the items turning up offer an exciting and eclectic mix for the experts to examine from an intricate model of a vintage car made by a prisoner of war to an Elizabethan ring found in a muddy field, and even a collection of classic guitars. Concorde memorabilia takes top billing throughout the day while a unique medal for gallantry tells a thrilling story. But the big ticket item is a statue of the Buddha where the valuation leaves the owner speechless.
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    Genre: Documentary
    The Antiques Roadshow looks back at some favourite finds from the past 40 years while a selection of experts reveal what happened next to some memorable items.
    Ronnie Archer-Morgan revisits his emotional encounter with a set of Sooty and Sweep puppets and explains how it rekindled memories of a long lost friend from his time in a children's home. In an extraordinary development, the Antiques Roadshow recording led to Ronnie being reunited with his friend for the first time in 63 years.
    We also discover the starring role the Roadshow played in a modern day fairytale, when one keen viewer decided that the Art Deco ring he'd seen on TV would make the perfect engagement ring. Fiona Bruce meets the young couple in question and hears how the Antiques Roadshow inspired a romantic proposal.
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    Antiques Roadshow: Trelissick 2
    Fiona Bruce and the team visit Trelissick House and gardens in Cornwall, where the locals have dived into skips and cleared out their attics to bring along treasures in all shapes and sizes. There is a giant chair and an escape pod from a Vulcan bomber, while at the other end of the scale there is a miniature sewing kit.
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    Fiona Bruce and the team set up camp outside the iconic Parliament Building in Belfast, home to the Northern Ireland Assembly. Items featured include the walking stick of Lord Haw-Haw, the traitor executed for helping the Nazis during the Second World War while John Baddeley takes a look at some diving gear associated with the Titanic.
    Can Fiona determine the changing fortunes of three books from literary masters?
    Richard Price takes time out to indulge in his passion for anything Antarctic. What will he make of a first-hand account of Shackleton's expedition aboard the Endurance in 1914?
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    Antiques Roadshow, hosted by Fiona Bruce, returns to Floors Castle in south east Scotland, home of the Duke of Roxburghe. The visitors flock to the beautiful grounds on a glorious summer's day, bringing treasures from home and away. A silver box commemorating Robert Burns and a watercolour of Bonnie Prince Charlie represent the best of Scottish antiques, while hand-painted ceramic tiles from Persia, a Nile travel guide and an 18th century travel clock take the programme around the world.
    It's a day of surprises for the experts too - two 3D pictures of birds punch above their weight, a breath-taking diamond and pearl pendant from Canada sparkles in the sunshine, while a jade figurine from Beijing may not be quite what it seems. But it's a marble carving of a baby which is the hit of the day for Marc Allum
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    Genre: Documentary
    Fiona Bruce and the team are at Newcastle's 1960s Civic Centre - an iconic building where everything from the modernist architecture, public art, carpets to the chandeliers was conceived by one man. Art specialist Frances Christie discovers a painting by a local coal miner, Norman Cornish, who packed in his job down the pit to become a respected professional artist. Paul Atterbury values a vast collection of design plans for RMS Mauretania that were saved from the skip. While militaria specialist Bill Harriman values what he calls 'the finest crossbow I have ever seen in all of my years on the Roadshow'.
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    Antiques Roadshow Series 41- Pioneering Women: Special
    A celebration of the achievements of some of Britain's most inspirational women, filmed in the Houses of Parliament and marking 100 years since women first won the right to cast their vote in 1918.
    Starting with the suffragettes and ending with modern-day heroines and history makers, the programme looks at women who have broken down barriers in every aspect of life. Among those featured is Christina Broom, the first female press photographer, who produced wonderfully intimate portraits of suffragettes, troops in Chelsea Barracks and the royal family. She was one of only two photographers given special access to photograph King George V lying in state in Westminster Hall.
    Presenter Fiona Bruce meets Tania, the daughter of Violette Szabo, the British secret agent who was executed for helping the French resistance. Tania was only two when Violette was killed and had the honour of receiving her mother's George Cross for bravery.