Antiques Roadshow 2024 next episode, location and everything we know

Antiques Roadshow 2024 presenter Fiona Bruce
(Image credit: BBC)

Antiques Roadshow 2024 is here on our screens for antique lovers everywhere and for people who love trying to guess how much something is worth!

Half the fun of the beloved series, which first aired in 1979, is the look on people’s faces when that old piece of junk they had tucked away in a draw turns out to be worth £100,000. 

But when is the next episode of Antiques Roadshow 2024 and where is the location? Here's everything you need to know...

Antiques Roadshow 2024: when is the next episode? 

The next episode of Antiques Roadshow is on BBC Two on Sunday, June 16 at 8 pm. Yes, note it's moved from its normal home of BBC Two to BBC One due to Euro 2024.

Fiona Bruce and the team are at Stonor Park in Oxfordshire, where items assessed include a rare artefact that survived the attack on Pearl Harbour and an LS Lowry painting. There are also ancient carvings from the Indian subcontinent and an intriguing wooden carving with a mysterious past.

The following weekend there's no Antiques Roadshow due to the football. Yes in a piece of scheduling sure to anger anyone not into football both BBC One and BBC Two are showing football!

Are there any specials coming up?

No, the latest was the D-Day special which is still available on iPlayer to watch. 

The BBC said of the special: "Filmed in Normandy and at the D-Day Story Museum in Portsmouth, the episode features remarkable first-hand testimony from those who were there, including veteran Ken Cooke. Across five beaches, codenamed Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword, ‘Operation Overlord’ was the largest seaborne invasion in history — an event that would turn the tide of World War Two and lead ultimately to the defeat of Germany and victory for the Allies just under a year later, in May 1945. With our Roadshow experts at locations across the UK, we unfold the story of D-Day through various items brought in by our visitors, and rare artifacts held in various museums."

Who presents Antiques Roadshow?

Fiona Bruce is the current Antiques Roadshow presenter.

Is Antiques Roadshow currently filming?

Yes it is! There's more info here on where filming is taking place and how to attend. It is worth noting you need a ticket to attend, so make sure you get one!

Talking about filming her seventeenth series of Antiques Roadshow, Fiona Bruce says: "A new series of the Antiques Roadshow begins again and I, for one, can’t wait. Travelling the length and breadth of the UK to see what the great British public have pulled out of their attics and off their shelves. I know we’ll see items of great quality and value — but I’m always drawn in by a moving personal story too. They are what often stick longest in my memory. And I’m determined to improve my record on Basic, Better, Best. Surely I've got to get more of them right this year!'

David Hollingsworth

David is the What To Watch Editor and has over 20 years of experience in television journalism. He is currently writing about the latest television and film news for What To Watch.

Before working for What To Watch, David spent many years working for TV Times magazine, interviewing some of television's most famous stars including Hollywood actor Kiefer Sutherland, singer Lionel Richie and wildlife legend Sir David Attenborough. 

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