Get answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Antiques Roadshow.
Absolutely, we welcome as many people as possible to our valuation days where we film the programme. These take place between April and October every year at venues across the UK. Without your items and stories, Antiques Roadshow would not be as popular as it is. If you do not have an item to be assessed, you are still welcome to attend Roadshow events as a spectator.
We try to get around as much of the UK as we can each year. In 2011 we visited 14 different locations.
Admission to valuation days is free, and the event is not ticketed. All valuations are free.
We do not have specialists in the fields of stamps, coins, rugs, carpets or musical instruments. Our team may be able to suggest alternative sources for more detailed information. If you've brought stamps, please be aware that experts are not able to spend time looking through large collections.
Unfortunately we are not able to supply copies of the programme on request. The first series of Priceless Antiques Roadshow (the 15-part BBC Two spin-off) is available on DVD from local or online retailers. At this time, Antiques Roadshow is not available on DVD.
Yes, you can watch the most recent episode of Antiques Roadshow again on BBC iPlayer for up to seven days after transmission (UK only).
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