Antiques Roadshow – 4 July 2021 – 4/7/2021 – Sunday – BBC
National Botanic Garden of Wales 1
The roadshow comes from the lush surroundings of the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Carmarthenshire. Fiona Bruce explores the Victorian mania for collecting exotic plants and examines rare species grown inside the gigantic biodome.
Mark Smith can’t believe his eyes when not one but two rare First World War Luftwaffe ‘honour’ goblets turn up at his table, while armourer Bill Harriman can’t wait to get his hands on one of the largest muskets he’s ever seen.
Duncan Campbell discovers a Chinese box that Hollywood star Gregory Peck tried – and failed – to buy, and John Axford is amazed to see an extremely rare 12th-century bronze statuette brought back from Calcutta in the 1920s .
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About Antiques Roadshow
Airing since 1979, this popular programme that has spawned multiple international versions travels across Britain (with occasional trips to other countries, such as Canada and Australia), bringing together in each location specialists in antiques and fine arts to have them appraise items brought in by local residents, whether they are collectors looking to turn trash into treasure or ordinary folks hoping Grandma’s old painting might now fund the kids’ education. Items featured on the programme often have an interesting story attached to them or have some connection to that episode’s venue. While some items that are brought in are worth a fortune, others are worthless.
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