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Broughton Castle 2

Series 39 - Episode 7 Broughton Castle 2



The Roadshow has seen many examples of love tokens but surely none as unusual as tonight’s offering. The bracelet given by a dentist to his wife is made from melted-down gold fillings, which sounds revolting but it looks beautiful.

Among the other treasures brought in to Broughton Castle in Oxfordshire are two 18th-century paintings depicting the castle’s domestic workers, a pearl brooch containing human hair, and some sumptuous embroidered boots from the Ottoman era. There’s also a wonderful sequence when the expert teasingly leads a pair of owners to believe their object looks too pristine to be anything but fake. Of course it’s worth a lot.


Fiona Bruce presents the show from Broughton Castle in Oxfordshire, where items brought in for valuation include two 18th-century paintings depicting the house's servants and a Chinese-made silver mug. Plus, the story of a pilot who is believed to have flown Britain's first scheduled air service before becoming one of the first recruits to the Royal Flying Corps.

Cast & Crew

Presenter Fiona Bruce
Executive Editor Simon Shaw
Producer Michele Burgess
Series Producer Robert Murphy