Salisbury's Antiques Roadshow to air in the winter

Fiona Bruce

Published by Ellie Harries at 5:42am 15th May 2019. (Updated at 6:11am 15th May 2019)

Fiona Bruce has also been telling Spire FM what to expect when the show hits our screens.

Yesterday (14th May) fans of the BBC show flocked to Salisbury Cathedral to have their items valued by the team of experts.

Over 4,500 people attended.

Stewards told Spire FM that by 10.30am, over 2,800 people were in the queue hoping to hear they own a missing masterpiece of priceless piece of history.

Salisbury Antiques Roadshow
The queues outside Salisbury Cathedral

Lily and Jessica from Salisbury Cathedral School, brought a precious 'School Attendance Medal' which belonged to their Great Grandma to show the experts.

The medal was awarded for 100% school attendance in 1900!

 Lily and Jessica from Salisbury Cathedral School

Lily and Jessica from Salisbury Cathedral School

Talking to Spire FM, Fiona explained one item stood out to her during the day and we watch out for it when the show hits our screens.



The filming on Tuesday kicked off the new season for Antiques Roadshows 43rd season.

It will be split into two episodes which producers say will run on separate Sundays.

The shows are expected to air in the winter, towards the end of 2019 or the beginning of 2020.

Email Icon

Sign up for exclusive news, competitions and offers.
Proper Local News updates from Spire FM

© Copyright 2019 Spire FM, A UKRD group company