Lord Merton delivers a bombshell to Isobel, and Mary does likewise to Tony. Police suspicions deepen in an unexplained death. Robert and Sarah lock horns.
The Greencards, spearheaded by Australians Carol Young and Kym Warner, perform rock-infused bluegrass at the 3rd annual International Newgrass Festival.
Mary and Lord Gillingham put their love to the test. Bates also faces a trial. Cora makes a new friend, and Violet is reunited with an old one.
In the 1970s Sam Bush and New Grass Revival revolutionized bluegrass music by infusing it with influences from rock, jazz, and other styles. Since then Bush has remained a leader in the genre, continuing to perform as well as encouraging and working with other artists. In this performance, Bush and his band perform at the 3rd annual International Bluegrass Festival, held in August 2011 near Bowling Green, Ky.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW is in The Big Apple for the first time in 13 years, where host Mark L. Walberg heads to an iconic venue, The Apollo Theater, for a ROADSHOW’s Most Wanted segment.
Legendary opera singer Jessye Norman, discusses her memoir "Stand Up Straight and Sing!", which recalls the strong women who were her role models. She is interviewed by Gloria Steinem, feminist activist and co-founder of Ms. magazine.
Rose hits on a strategy to get a radio in the house. Sarah tutors Daisy. An art historian arrives. Anna makes a difficult purchase.