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Antiques Roadshow

Antiques Roadshow

Hosted by Fiona Bruce, this show is a roadshow of antiques experts who value heirlooms and antiques that members of the public bring in. The objects range from £10 books to thousands of pounds worth of paintings. The show has been running for decades and many people have been shocked by the worth of objects they thought were worthless.
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Episode Info

Prev: 36x26 -- Wentworth Woodhouse (2) (Jul/20/2014)

Fiona and the team of experts are still at Wentworth Woodhouse stately home near Rotherham in South Yorkshire where more members of the public bring their antiques and collectibles to have them valued.

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Fiona Bruce
As Herself (Presenter 2008-)
Michael Aspel
As Himself (Presenter 2000-2008)
Hugh Scully
As Himself (Presenter 1981-2000)
Arthur Negus
As Himself (Presenter 1979-1983)
Angela Rippon
As Herself (Presenter 1979)
Bruce Parker
As Himself (Presenter 1979)

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Executive Producer: Christopher Lewis (2)
Producer: Michele Burgess (1)
Series Editor: Simon Shaw

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Recurring Guests

Henry Sandon (689 eps)
David Battie (685 eps)
Lars Tharp (638 eps)
Eric Knowles (610 eps)
Paul Atterbury (601 eps)
Hilary Kay (595 eps)
John Bly (590 eps)
Bunny Campione (560 eps)
Rupert Maas (513 eps)
Clive Farahar (508 eps)

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Warning: Antiques Roadshow guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Family | Finance
Status: Returning Series
Network: BBC one ( United Kingdom)
Airs: Sundays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 50 Minutes
Premiere: February 18, 1979
Episode Order: 26
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