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'Antiques Roadshow' - UK
"One of the few feel good shows on British television. Do enjoy this quiz on a national TV treasure. Good luck!"
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The 'Antiques Roadshow' began life as a documentary on antiques and auction houses but spiraled into a great production showcasing the fabulous and not-so-fabulous items of the general public. Which year, the same in which Margaret Thatcher became British prime minister, did the show first broadcast?
In the first year of broadcast of the British version of 'Antiques Roadshow' there were two presenters, Bruce Parker and Angela Rippon. A few years later however there was a new presenter who stayed in that position until the year 2000! What was this person's name?
William G. Stewart
One of the much loved evaluators on the UK version of the 'Antiques Roadshow' was Henry Sandon. What was Sandon's area of expertise that covered such antiques as those produced by Royal Worcester?
Tim Wonnacott was for many years a frequent valuer of antiques in the fine and decorative arts field on the British version of 'Antiques Roadshow'. Which other TV programme however, was he famous for presenting?
To Buy Or Not To Buy
Cash In The Attic
David Battie was a well known expert on the 'Antiques Roadshow' who showed a great enthusiasm for the objects brought to him and their history. From which area of the world did the antiques that Battie was most interested in come?
In the year 2000, Michael Aspel took over the role of presenting the successful 'Antiques Roadshow', but this wasn't his first experience of being the main presenter on a TV programme. Which of the following had Aspel previously fronted?
This Is Your Life
The Generation Game
The 'Antiques Roadshow' is not without its fair share of controversy and the prime example of this came from the comments of the painting specialist and art critic Rupert Maas. What part of the anatomy did Maas say that women from Shropshire had fat examples of?
The 'Antiques Roadshow' started in the United Kingdom but the idea of items of historical importance or of great worth lying dormant in the home of an ordinary member of the public proved tempting to broadcasters outside of the UK. Did the USA produce a version of the 'Antiques Roadshow'?
The year 2008 saw a brand new presenter of the British version of the 'Antiques Roadshow'. What was the name of this presenter who was well known for their position as anchor for the news channel from the BBC?
The 'Antiques Roadshow' has stunned audiences with breathtaking ceramics, portraits and some rather unusual miscellaneous items. However, the first item in the shows history to be valued at £1 million was a miniature of a statue, the larger version of which is found in Gateshead, England. Who created this statue (and its miniatures) that is known as the Angel of the North?
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