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Antiques Roadshow is a live show that started off as a documentary for the BBC. In the documentary they covered the London auction house. Arthur Negus and Bruce Parker were among the major contributors of the show at that time. Later on they broadcasted a show on an experimental basis to see the response. It became so successful that since then the basic format of the show remained unchanged. Ever since their advent they have been very successfully taking their talent to various other parts of the world including Australia and Canada.
The format of the Antiques Roadshow imparts it its uniqueness. Wherever the show goes local people bring in their valuables to be assessed and value is given to them after assessing them for quality and authenticity. The appraisers mostly give a very in depth analysis of the antique piece in hand by commenting on its craftsmanship, history and importance in culture. Such an assessment of the artistic piece is extremely appealing for all those who are interested in history, art and culture. The whole focus of the event is the relationship that establishes between evaluator and the owner of the object.
The road show over the years has been hosted by Angela Rippon, Bruce Parker, Fiona Bruce, Michael Aspel and Hugh Scully. The experts who give regular appearances on the show have established their credibility over the years. Among the most prominent names are John Benjamin, Penny Brittain, Bill Harriman, Simon Bull, Andy McConnell, Ian Pickford, Clive Stewart-Lockhart and Christopher Payne. The Antiques Roadshow is mostly recorded in the summer season and telecasted in the winters of the same year. Most of the times episodes are recorded at different locations but at times some are repeated in various episodes as well. The show has been taken to different parts of the world on a search for some rare and exquisite pieces.
In the year 2005 the show was taken to Australia where they broadcasted six hour episode in collaboration with The Lifestyle Channel. This series was known as Antiques Roadshow Australia. A special program was also recorded and released at the end that was named Antiques Roadshow Australia: behind the Scenes. In 2005 the show was taken to Canada and became known as Canadian Antiques Roadshow. It was hosted by Valerie Pringle and the most expensive antique item present at the show was worth five hundred thousand dollars.
Due to the ever increasing popularity of the Antiques Roadshow the BBC ended up publishing a monthly magazine titled Home & Antiques. This magazine gave a lot of information about what happened behind the scenes and also gave valuable suggestions that would help the antique collectors what to look for when buying and selling such precious stuff. The assistance will helps people and also engages them in better deals every time they are looking for antiques.
If you want to know the worth of your gems and porcelain vases then hurry up and grab the Antiques Roadshow tickets before you miss the opportunity to meet the experts.
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