Antiques Roadshow

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  • TV-G
  • 1997
  • 27 Seasons
  • 7.3  (1,332)

Antiques Roadshow is a captivating television show that airs on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). It is hosted by Mark L. Walberg, and the show has been a favorite for collectors, history buffs, and anyone who loves a good treasure hunt since it first premiered in 1997. Antiques Roadshow is a unique show that brings together a panel of experts who assess the value of the antiques and collectibles brought in by people from all over the United States. The show has been praised for its approachable, informative nature, and for providing a wealth of information about various pieces of history and culture.

Antiques Roadshow has become one of the longest-running television shows of its kind, and it's easy to see why. The show is known for its extraordinary ability to uncover fascinating stories about ordinary objects, such as a rare silver teapot or a painting that turns out to be a masterpiece. The show is widely regarded as a must-see for anyone who has any interest in antiques or collectibles, and the experts who appear on the show have vast knowledge in a wide range of areas, including furniture, fine art, pottery, and jewelry. The show's guests have a wide range of interests - some are collectors who are looking to add to their collection, while others are just curious about the history of their family's treasures.

Each episode of Antiques Roadshow is filmed on location in a different city, with towns and cities being selected from all over the United States. This approach not only makes the show more accessible, but it also allows the show to highlight some of the unique treasures that exist in different parts of the country. The production team also makes sure that the show includes a diverse range of objects, so viewers are treated to a variety of fascinating items, from folk art and memorabilia to fine art and rare antiques.

Antiques Roadshow has been lauded for its inclusivity by celebrating diversity in objects and the people who bring them. The show continues to work hard to showcase more diverse voices in the history and stories behind the objects examined on the show.

Mark L. Walberg is the perfect host for Antiques Roadshow, being charismatic and knowledgeable in his field. Audiences are quick to notice his genuine enthusiasm for history and antiques, and his love of incredible stories behind each piece. Moreover, he has an uncanny ability to connect with the experts and the guests alike, making the show feel down-to-earth and relatable.

The experts that appear on Antiques Roadshow are incredibly knowledgeable and have years of experience in their respective areas of expertise. Nicholas D. Lowry is one of the show's art and poster experts, and his passion for art and expertise is evident. Lowry's love for art and posters is contagious, and viewers are continually amazed by his vast knowledge of the subject. Simeon Lipman has been dubbed the "Card King" due to his expertise in sports memorabilia, which includes baseball cards and other related sporting items. Lipman has a unique talent for telling a story and making the history behind these objects come alive.

Antiques Roadshow is more than just an entertaining television show. It has become an essential part of the lives of many collectors and antique enthusiasts, providing them with valuable information and insights about the history and significance of the objects they adore. The show has become an institution and is widely regarded as a cultural touchstone, with millions of people tuning in each week to learn about the fascinating world of antiques and collectibles.

In conclusion, Antiques Roadshow is a must-watch show for anyone interested in the world of antiques and collectibles. The show's unique format, diverse range of experts, and insightful commentary make it not just informative but entertaining. The show's dedication to celebrating diversity and inclusivity in the stories and objects on display is inspiring. Antiques Roadshow is the perfect show for those who love history, art, and antiques, and it is an essential part of the cultural landscape of television.

Antiques Roadshow is a series that is currently running and has 27 seasons (607 episodes). The series first aired on January 9, 1997.

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21. Vintage Chattanooga Hour 1
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Junk in the Trunk 12
18. Junk in the Trunk 12
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Shelburne Museum, Hour 3
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Idaho state gems and gold nuggets circa 1905; 1935 Gum Inc. Mickey Mouse cards; 1826 portraits attributed to the Guilford County Limner.
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A Marilyn Monroe-signed autograph; 1986-1987 Michael Jordan basketball cards and sticker; a Tiffany & Co. diamond and sapphire bracelet circa 1960.
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Green Bay Packers salesman's sample championship rings; Barbie dolls and wardrobe circa 1960; a 1977 Keith Haring Bean Salad lithograph.
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New ROADSHOW in New Mexico at Santa Fe's Museum Hill, with finds that include an Ángel Botello oil painting, ca. 1960, Muhammad Ali and Alfred Hitchcock autographs, and a 1969 Alexander Calder sculpture. One is valued at $250,000!
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1. Filoli Hour 1
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Kick off season 27 with fascinating Filoli finds from Woodside, CA including a 1928 English sterling silver horse, a Pairpoint puffy owl lamp, ca. 1907, and a 1967 Ansaldo Poggi viola. Can you guess which treasure is up to $330,000?
Where to Watch Antiques Roadshow
Antiques Roadshow is available for streaming on the PBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Antiques Roadshow on demand at Apple TV Channels, Apple TV and PBS.
  • Premiere Date
    January 9, 1997
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (1,332)