Antiques Roadshow

Whether you’re a long-time fan, or just getting to know the program, the Antiques Roadshow game features all the charm of the hit television show. It's Antiques Roadshow like you've never experienced it before! Follow Julia on a Hidden Object journey as she searches for valuable antiques. As her adventures lead her across the U.S. through detailed locations, Julia will discover valuable items to put up for sale!

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Seasons [ edit ] In Season 20, which aired in , a format change occurred. Both were sentenced to prison terms in Seasons 1—19[ edit ] During the first 19 seasons — , each episode began with an on-camera introduction by the host first, Chris Jussel, then Dan Elias, Lara Spencer , and Mark L. Canada[ edit ] Eastward Ho! The Feedback Booth continued to air at the end of each episode, and taping at each site was still split into three one-hour episodes. As of , 30 seasons have been shown and most of the experts have been with the programme since its start. History[ edit ] Creation and premiere[ edit ] Antiques Roadshow is the American version of the British Broadcasting Corporation program of the same name , which premiered as a special in [1] and began airing as a regular series in the United Kingdom in During the first 21 seasons and for most of the 22nd season, production followed a routine, predictable pattern, with all taping occurring indoors in a convention center, hotel ballroom, or similar venue. He hosted the program from to Seasons 1 through 4. Walberg hosted the program from to Seasons 10 through Germany[ edit ] In Germany , various versions are broadcast regularly on the public regional channels of the ARD , the eldest being the BR production Kunst und Krempel in English: Art and Junk , which came into being in The weekly half-hour show, hosted by then-Antiques Roadshow host Lara Spencer , provided information on items shown on previous episodes of Antiques Roadshow, as well as additional information on antiques and collecting provided by Antiques Roadshow appraisers. Actor, television personality, and game show host Mark L. Belgium[ edit ] In Flanders , the television channel VTM has been broadcasting a local version, [13] called Rijker dan je denkt?


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Belgium[ edit ] In Flandersthe television channel VTM has been broadcasting a local version, [13] called Rijker dan je denkt? Walberg hosted the program from to Seasons 10 through Reception[ edit ] The first episode, about a Cromwellian escutcheonwas given three stars out of five by Christopher Stevens of Daily Mailwhile Ellen E Jones of The Independent called it "a Antiqufs addition to Reaxxion schedules". Canada[ edit ] Eastward Ho! He hosted the program from to Seasons 1 through 4. Jesper Aspegren was the original host. He was followed by The Promised Land art expert Dan Elias, who took over after Jussel's departure and hosted the program from to Seasons 5 through 7. A "Hidden Treasures" segment consisting of two additional appraisals followed the credits. As the British version of the show had done over a decade earlier, [1] [2] Antique Roadshow moved from taping episodes in convention centers and ballrooms to taping them at historic sites, such as mansions, including the first outdoor segments ever recorded for the show. The taping in each city was split into three one-hour episodes, e. In the tour made its only foreign stop, visiting Canada to film in TorontoOntario. Mason, at a show location Antiques Roadshow Tulsa, Oklahoma. In seasons 5 through 7 —a semi truck drove by. Seasons 1—19[ edit ] During the first 19 seasons —each episode began with an on-camera introduction by the host first, Chris Jussel, then Dan Elias, Lara Spencerand Mark L. Ina painting of Joost van Geel with the title Het Kantwerkstertje in English: The Little Lacemaker was discovered with an estimated value ofeuro, which is the highest validation Antiques Roadshow in the Roadshpw.

The weekly half-hour show, hosted by then-Antiques Roadshow host Lara Spencer , provided information on items shown on previous episodes of Antiques Roadshow, as well as additional information on antiques and collecting provided by Antiques Roadshow appraisers. Mason, at a show location in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A "Hidden Treasures" segment consisting of two additional appraisals followed the credits. Since then, it has been shown on SVT every year. In the tour made its only foreign stop, visiting Canada to film in Toronto , Ontario. Jesper Aspegren was the original host. The local PBS station usually serves as host for each tour stop. Most filming in these venues could be accomplished by placing cameras in a central location and simply spinning them around to capture various appraisals. The Feedback booth survived, [3] but the post-episode "Hidden Treasures" segment disappeared for a time, although it later returned. Although the conventional and "over-the-shoulder" appraisals and the Feedback Booth continued as before, the show adopted a new logo, new graphics for its opening and closing credits, and a new set, and the role of the host was reduced significantly. The host Mark Walberg at the time no longer appeared on camera, instead merely introducing and closing each episode in a voiceover. In , Antiques Roadshow executive producer Marsha Bemko explained the reasons for the Season 20 changes. It is hosted by Valerie Pringle. Mark Walberg is host and Marsha Bemko is executive producer.

Mark Walberg is host and Marsha Bemko is executive producer. Good Morning America correspondent Lara Spencer replaced Elias as the host, and she hosted from to Seasons 8 and 9. As the British version of the oRadshow had done over Roxdshow decade earlier, [1] [2] Antiques Roadshow moved from Antiques Roadshow episodes in convention centers and ballrooms to taping them at historic sites, such as mansions, including the first outdoor segments ever recorded for the show. Each episode ended with the host wrapping things up on camera. Flowers Garden Solitaire were sentenced to prison terms in A "Hidden Treasures" segment consisting of two additional appraisals followed the credits. He hosted the program from Antiqyes Seasons 1 through 4. Although the conventional and "over-the-shoulder" appraisals and the Feedback Booth continued as before, the show adopted a new logo, Antiques Roadshow graphics for its Roasdhow and closing credits, and a new set, and the role of the host was Tradewinds Classic significantly. Walberg hosted the program from to Seasons 10 through The Feedback Summertime Mahjong survived, [3] but the post-episode "Hidden Treasures" segment disappeared for a time, although it later returned. It is hosted by Valerie Pringle. Seasons [ edit ] In Season 20, which aired ina format change occurred. Values of items in Antiquez States dollars are often superimposed over the pound sterling values given in the original broadcast.


Seasons 1—19[ edit ] During the first 19 seasons — , each episode began with an on-camera introduction by the host first, Chris Jussel, then Dan Elias, Lara Spencer , and Mark L. Canada[ edit ] Eastward Ho! Walberg hosted the program from to Seasons 10 through History[ edit ] Creation and premiere[ edit ] Antiques Roadshow is the American version of the British Broadcasting Corporation program of the same name , which premiered as a special in [1] and began airing as a regular series in the United Kingdom in Although the conventional and "over-the-shoulder" appraisals and the Feedback Booth continued as before, the show adopted a new logo, new graphics for its opening and closing credits, and a new set, and the role of the host was reduced significantly. Values of items in United States dollars are often superimposed over the pound sterling values given in the original broadcast. The local PBS station usually serves as host for each tour stop. Mark Walberg is host and Marsha Bemko is executive producer. In the tour made its only foreign stop, visiting Canada to film in Toronto , Ontario. The taping in each city was split into three one-hour episodes, e. The taping in each city continued to be split into three one-hour episodes. He left in , and from the season Antikrundan is hosted by Anne Lundberg.

The host Mark Walberg at the time no longer appeared on camera, instead merely introducing and closing each episode in a voiceover. In , Antiques Roadshow executive producer Marsha Bemko explained the reasons for the Season 20 changes. He hosted the program from to Seasons 1 through 4. He left in , and from the season Antikrundan is hosted by Anne Lundberg. In , a painting of Joost van Geel with the title Het Kantwerkstertje in English: The Little Lacemaker was discovered with an estimated value of , euro, which is the highest validation ever in the show. Good Morning America correspondent Lara Spencer replaced Elias as the host, and she hosted from to Seasons 8 and 9. In the tour made its only foreign stop, visiting Canada to film in Toronto , Ontario. As of , 30 seasons have been shown and most of the experts have been with the programme since its start. It has become so popular through the years that even specials have been made in which the experts take the viewers on a "cultural-art-trip" to places of great importance in the history of art. Walberg hosted the program from to Seasons 10 through Seasons 1—19[ edit ] During the first 19 seasons — , each episode began with an on-camera introduction by the host first, Chris Jussel, then Dan Elias, Lara Spencer , and Mark L. Reception[ edit ] The first episode, about a Cromwellian escutcheon , was given three stars out of five by Christopher Stevens of Daily Mail , while Ellen E Jones of The Independent called it "a welcome addition to the schedules".

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  1. Main article: Antiques Roadshow U. In later seasons, the closing credits featuring the crew taking down the set was discontinued, and was replaced by a "Feedback Booth," a series of clips of people talking about their experience at Antiques Roadshow that rolls during the credits. History[ edit ] Creation and premiere[ edit ] Antiques Roadshow is the American version of the British Broadcasting Corporation program of the same name , which premiered as a special in [1] and began airing as a regular series in the United Kingdom in

  2. In the tour made its only foreign stop, visiting Canada to film in Toronto , Ontario. Since then, it has been shown on SVT every year. Reception[ edit ] The first episode, about a Cromwellian escutcheon , was given three stars out of five by Christopher Stevens of Daily Mail , while Ellen E Jones of The Independent called it "a welcome addition to the schedules".

  3. It has become so popular through the years that even specials have been made in which the experts take the viewers on a "cultural-art-trip" to places of great importance in the history of art. Since then, it has been shown on SVT every year. In later seasons, the closing credits featuring the crew taking down the set was discontinued, and was replaced by a "Feedback Booth," a series of clips of people talking about their experience at Antiques Roadshow that rolls during the credits. During the first 21 seasons and for most of the 22nd season, production followed a routine, predictable pattern, with all taping occurring indoors in a convention center, hotel ballroom, or similar venue.

  4. The Feedback booth survived, [3] but the post-episode "Hidden Treasures" segment disappeared for a time, although it later returned. Mason, at a show location in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mark Walberg is host and Marsha Bemko is executive producer. Jesper Aspegren was the original host.

  5. In , a painting of Joost van Geel with the title Het Kantwerkstertje in English: The Little Lacemaker was discovered with an estimated value of , euro, which is the highest validation ever in the show. Canada[ edit ] Eastward Ho! Seasons 1—19[ edit ] During the first 19 seasons — , each episode began with an on-camera introduction by the host first, Chris Jussel, then Dan Elias, Lara Spencer , and Mark L. Although the host Mark Walberg during Seasons 22 and 23 remained entirely off camera throughout each episode, he served as a narrator for these segments in addition to opening and closing each episode. Reception[ edit ] The first episode, about a Cromwellian escutcheon , was given three stars out of five by Christopher Stevens of Daily Mail , while Ellen E Jones of The Independent called it "a welcome addition to the schedules".

  6. Main article: Antiques Roadshow U. The Feedback booth survived, [3] but the post-episode "Hidden Treasures" segment disappeared for a time, although it later returned. In later seasons, the closing credits featuring the crew taking down the set was discontinued, and was replaced by a "Feedback Booth," a series of clips of people talking about their experience at Antiques Roadshow that rolls during the credits.

  7. With the premiere of Season 24, new half-hour Recut episodes were added which are edited reruns of previous episodes from the series ; these episodes served as one of the replacement programs for Nightly Business Report , which aired its final episode in December He hosted the program from to Seasons 1 through 4. Main article: Antiques Roadshow U. These were titled Antiques Roadshow Australia.

  8. The Feedback booth survived, [3] but the post-episode "Hidden Treasures" segment disappeared for a time, although it later returned. He left in , and from the season Antikrundan is hosted by Anne Lundberg. It is hosted by Valerie Pringle. Although the host Mark Walberg during Seasons 22 and 23 remained entirely off camera throughout each episode, he served as a narrator for these segments in addition to opening and closing each episode. Walberg hosted the program from to Seasons 10 through

  9. Seasons 1—19[ edit ] During the first 19 seasons — , each episode began with an on-camera introduction by the host first, Chris Jussel, then Dan Elias, Lara Spencer , and Mark L. History[ edit ] Creation and premiere[ edit ] Antiques Roadshow is the American version of the British Broadcasting Corporation program of the same name , which premiered as a special in [1] and began airing as a regular series in the United Kingdom in Actor, television personality, and game show host Mark L. The local PBS station usually serves as host for each tour stop. It is hosted by Valerie Pringle.

  10. Production[ edit ] Each spring and summer, the Antiques Roadshow production team and appraisers make an annual tour, visiting various cities in the United States. During the first 21 seasons and for most of the 22nd season, production followed a routine, predictable pattern, with all taping occurring indoors in a convention center, hotel ballroom, or similar venue. The weekly half-hour show, hosted by then-Antiques Roadshow host Lara Spencer , provided information on items shown on previous episodes of Antiques Roadshow, as well as additional information on antiques and collecting provided by Antiques Roadshow appraisers. Values of items in United States dollars are often superimposed over the pound sterling values given in the original broadcast.

  11. The Feedback Booth continued to air at the end of each episode, and taping at each site was still split into three one-hour episodes. The weekly half-hour show, hosted by then-Antiques Roadshow host Lara Spencer , provided information on items shown on previous episodes of Antiques Roadshow, as well as additional information on antiques and collecting provided by Antiques Roadshow appraisers. In seasons 5 through 7 — , a semi truck drove by. As of , 30 seasons have been shown and most of the experts have been with the programme since its start.

  12. He hosted the program from to Seasons 1 through 4. During the first 21 seasons and for most of the 22nd season, production followed a routine, predictable pattern, with all taping occurring indoors in a convention center, hotel ballroom, or similar venue. The taping in each city continued to be split into three one-hour episodes. Walberg followed by footage of the taping location while the host identified the location — a hotel ballroom, convention center, civic arena, or similar facility — in a voiceover. In the show's early seasons, the episodes ended with the Antiques Roadshow crew getting ready to turn the studio lights off, and take down the set.

  13. He left in , and from the season Antikrundan is hosted by Anne Lundberg. Production[ edit ] Each spring and summer, the Antiques Roadshow production team and appraisers make an annual tour, visiting various cities in the United States. Both were sentenced to prison terms in

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