The first episode of Antiques Roadshow filmed at V&A Dundee will air on Sunday evening.
A still life painting thought to be an unearthed treasure turns out to be worthless on BBC show Fake Or Fortune?
A painting originally valued at £8,000 has been found to be a lost masterpiece by renowned painter Sir Thomas Lawrence worth half a million pounds.
Fake Or Fortune? presenter Philip Mould says he has started watching Question Time since his co-host Fiona Bruce took over the show.
Anna Wintour swapped the Vogue offices for Wimbledon on the ninth day of the Championships.
Thousands of people flocked to V&A Dundee to discover if their family heirlooms were secret treasures when the Antiques Roadshow filmed outside the £80 million museum on Sunday.
Interview: Fiona Bruce talks about her ‘dream job’ as BBC Antiques Roadshow returns to film in Dundee
Michael Alexander speaks to TV presenter and journalist Fiona Bruce about the return of the Antiques Roadshow to Dundee.
Fiona Bruce has said that a BBC boss once suggested that she did not need a pay rise because she could rely on her boyfriend.
Fiona Bruce has said the BBC has broadened the jobs given to female staff but social media remains a hostile environment for women.
Antiques Roadshow is to be filmed at the new V&A Dundee museum this summer.