An autograph book featuring the signatures of more than 300 of Britain’s most figures will go under the hammer this week in aid of Poppyscotland.
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Now enjoying its 41st series, the Antiques Roadshow has analysed everything from Admiral Nelson’s sword to Lawrence of Arabia’s teapot since first appearing on television screens in 1979.
VIDEO: Thousands flock to Crathes Castle to have their antiques and curios evaluated by Antiques Road Show experts
It is one of television’s most popular programmes.
His morale-boosting shows during WWI were a much-needed tonic for weary troops.