However, like last summer, the programme will be filmed on a closed set with a small invited audience only.
The show’s producers said it is only taking online submissions for items that potential guests wish to bring.
It “will review all submissions and select a number for filming at one of our events” which will “be invitation only in order to comply with health and safety regulations”.
If an item is shortlisted for filming, a member of its team will contact the person to discuss potential filming dates.
The locations listed are:
Aston Hall, Birmingham
Dyffryn Gardens, Cardiff
Ham House, Richmond, London
Portchester Castle, Fareham, Hampshire
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
The Bishop’s Palace, Wells, Somerset
Ulster Folk Museum, Cultra, Belfast
Woodhorn Mining Museum, Ashington, Northumberland
Antiques Roadshow events take place across the country and involve specialists meeting members of the public who bring in their antiques to be valued. The 2021 filming will be the 14th series for presenter Fiona Bruce.
For more information visit the Antiques Roadshow website.