The BBC programme saw members of the public bring their items to Black Country Living Museum to see how much they could possibly fetch at auction.
John Axford was the Antiques Roadshow expert on hand to give his advice to a woman who had brought along a statue depicting Buddha.
He began: “What a fantastic figure of Buddha, Chinese and bronze. It’s a beautiful, beautiful thing. Wonderfully serene. Tell me a little about how you got it.”
“The lady who owned it first died in 1935 and my aunt had it then,” she explained. “My aunt died in 1968 and it came to my father.”