Windermere Jetty Museum will host the BBC’s iconic Antiques Roadshow for the second time tomorrow.

The museum proved to be a remarkable venue to host Fiona Bruce and her team of experts as they dived deep into a fascinating archive of prized possessions, collectables, and world-class heritage.

In the second of two episodes filmed last year, viewers will be taken on a journey across the museum to explore the rich history of the lakes boating past and will see some of the most intriguing objects brought along by an invited local audience.

In this week's episode, the team discover a Cherokee pipe, a wooden decoy duck that was served at a banquet, a WWI portrait, and a unique piece of football memorabilia.

Fiona also hears the heartbreaking story of the Windermere children, orphans rescued from Nazi concentration camps at the end of the Second World War who rebuilt their lives on the shores of this tranquil lake.

The show will air at 7pm tomorrow evening.