BBC Antiques Roadshow 2009

This year’s dates for the Antiques Roadshow have now been published, and are listed below. Those in bold are the events I will be attending as a specialist on the Miscellaneous or Collectables tables. Dig out your treasures and I hope to see you there!

Thursday 19 March – Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln
Wednesday 25 March – Hopetoun House, Queensferry, Scotland
Friday 3 April – Blackpool Tower Ballroom, Lancashire
Thursday 23 April – Bath Assembly Rooms, Somerset
Thursday 14 May – Stanway House, Gloucestershire
Thursday 21 May – Burghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire
Sunday 31 May – Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, Surrey
Tuesday 9 June – Saumarez Park, Guernsey
Friday 12 June – Samarès Manor, Jersey
Thursday 2 July – Abbotsford, Melrose, Roxburghshire
Sunday 12 July – Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Thursday 16 July – Aberglasney Gardens, Carmarthenshire
Thursday 27 August – The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Co. Durham
Thursday 3 September – Leeds Town Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire
Thursday 10 September – Somerleyton Hall, Lowestoft, Suffolk
Thursday 17 September – Blists Hill Victorian Town, Ironbridge, Shropshire
Thursday 1 October – Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London

Doors open at 9.30am (although queues start earlier!), and Roadshows run until 4.30pm, but providing you’re in the queue by 4pm, you’ll be able to see a specialist.

3 thoughts on “BBC Antiques Roadshow 2009

  1. bisto boy says:

    well, i for one will be going to one of the shows – probably Weybridge. Not sure i’ll be bringing anything that falls under the category of miscellaneous or collectables, more likely something ceramic, or a painting. I’m not sure i’ve actually got much to bring, but having been to two shows last year i’ve caught the bug.

    p.s many thanks for the book suggestions – with a bit of help from a commentator on my blog, i managed to attribute my latest studio pottery buy to Audrey Richardson. The next unknown on my list for attribution is a small vase that looks like Danish Copenhagen pottery, but it’s green on white, rather than the familiar blue on white. Do you know, did/do they do such a colour scheme?

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