Antiques Roadshow

Skinner experts regularly appear on the sixteen-time Emmy Award-nominated PBS series, Antiques Roadshow.


Since the show’s inception in 1995, Skinner’s experts have appraised all manner of art, antiques, and collectibles, from diamond rings and rare violins to antique clocks and bronze sculptures.

Check your local listings for episode dates and times. For more information on Skinner’s Antiques Roadshow appraisal experts, read ourĀ Appraiser Biographies.

Current Antiques Roadshow Television Schedule

DateTime (ET)Episode
May 9
MON
8:00 P.M.

Colonial Williamsburg, Hour 1

#2613

Journey back in time through historical appraisals from the first hour at Colonial Williamsburg.

May 9
MON
9:00 P.M.

St. Louis, Hour 3

#2209

Meet ROADSHOW in St. Louis to search for treasures, including a 1920 Grace Ravlin oil painting, a Michael Jackson-signed fedora and photo from around 1990, and a Tiffany GMT-Master Rolex, ca.

May 16
MON
8:00 P.M.

Colonial Williamsburg, Hour 2

#2614

Discover more standout treasures from ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s visit to Colonial Williamsburg.

May 16
MON
9:00 P.M.

Portland, Hour 1

#2210

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.

May 23
MON
8:00 P.M.

Colonial Williamsburg, Hour 3

#2615

Catch captivating appraisals at Colonial Williamsburg during ROAHDSHOW’s final hour in Virginia.

May 23
MON
9:00 P.M.

Portland, Hour 2

#2211

Take a passage to Portland to learn more about antique and vintage items like a 1942 Oregon State jacket and Rose Bowl trophy, a Ming Dynasty celadon bowl, and Evel Knievel leathers from around 1967.

May 30
MON
8:00 P.M.

Musical Scores

#2624

Get ready for some rockin’, rollin’ and ROADSHOW with this collection of best musical moments.

May 30
MON
9:00 P.M.

Portland, Hour 3

#2212

Uncover West Coast wonders such as a Pablo Picasso “Grand Oiseau Vert” pot, an Ottoman zarf made around 1875, and a Tiffany Studios “Bookmark” desk set from around 1924.