Last updated Wednesday February 23 at 13:22 BST
The Hour’s temporary presenters have a go at valuing Anita’s antiques, but you can tell it’s their first time.
Sheena Ramsay brings in some family heirlooms to be valued on The Hour, including an antique wedding dress from the 1800s and an 18-carat gold brooch.
Anita Manning casts her expert eye over another batch of viewer’s antiques, this week featuring Helen McDonald from Crookston.
Antiques expert Anita Manning traced one Hour viewer’s bible back to the village of Mauchlan, once a thriving exporter of wooden goods and temporary...
Comedian Bruce Devlin has composed a Burns Night toast to the lassies of The Hour but antiques expert Anita Manning has her own tongue-in-cheek...
John Tait of Rutherglen needs only three more annuals to complete his collection from 1957 onwards.
The Hour’s antiques expert Anita Manning challenged presenters Michelle McManus and Stephen Jardine to research and value what her selection of...
After 18 months of learning from antiques expert Anita Manning, The Hour's Stephen Jardine and Michelle McManus finally put what they learned to the...
The Hour’s antiques expert Anita Manning took a trip down memory lane when she visited the Toy Stories exhibition in Glasgow.
Immortalised in the legendary Rabbie Burns poem, Tam O’Shanter comes back to life with cheeky ornament. Antiques expert Anita Manning casts her eye...
Edinburgh man David Swanson brings in some furry memorabilia to The Hour, including a world famous teddy bear.
When a £53 million vase was found during a house clearout it made everyone think they could find a hidden treasure. In Scotland, maybe they could.
Hour viewer Joyce Walker brought a table in to be valued by antiques expert Anita Manning, unaware that the antique table was made from papier mache.
Retired police officer Stuart Robertson brings in his collection of family antiques, including a pair of 1940 police truncheons.
When valuing antiques it’s all too easy to assume that items are worth more the older they are, yet the number in circulation and its condition are...
Antiques expert Anita Manning can value anything, be it a stick stand or a figurine.
Paul and Grace Yoxon are quick to help injured and vulnerable otters, but wont turn the feisty creatures into pets.
The Hour’s antiques expert Anita Manning casts her professional eye over jewellery collection with connection to ‘Sacred Isle’.
Elaine from Edinburgh brings in three items for The Hour’s antiques expert Anita Manning to examine, including a hand painted Victorian plant-pot.
Antiques expert Anita Manning gives her valuations on Scalextric and Hornby train sets.