- published: 09 Apr 2017
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Hosted by Fiona Bruce, this show is a roadshow of antiques experts who value heirlooms and antiques that members of the public bring in. The objects range .
Episode 28 Antiques Roadshow, Series 39 Fiona Bruce introduces unscreened gems from recent shows. Experts investigate some fascinating finds, including a garnet and diamond cross believed by the owner to have been gifted by Marie Antoinette en route to the guillotine. A suitcase of unopened letters from an imprisoned soldier in World War I finally reveal their secrets. There is also an attractive Arts and Crafts casket once intended to be the final resting place of a grandmother's ashes. And an emblem of survival amidst the chaos and destruction of Berlin at the end of World War II is touchingly depicted by a plaque of a butterfly made from crushed brick, tiles and broken glass taken from the ruins.
While a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University in 1968, a young Bill Clinton exchanged letters with a friend back home in Arkansas. Published here for the first time, the document reveals the future president's early political acumen, attention to details, and a folksy charm that would become one of his trademarks. ANTIQUES ROADSHOW airs Mondays at 8/7C PM & 9/8C PM on PBS. Watch full-length episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW at http://video.pbs.org/program/antiques-roadshow/ Be sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @RoadshowPBS, Pinterest, and Facebook! Visit www.pbs.org/antiques for more videos and features from the show.
Lisa LePaige visits Antique Archeology's second location in Nashville Featuring items for sale by Mike Wolfe from American Pickers reality television show on the History Channel. Antique Archaeology Nashville is Mike's second location. Located just a few blocks away from downtown Nashville, located in the old Marathon Automobile car factory dated from the early 1900s right along I-40. The address is 1300 Clinton St., Suite 130 (Marathon Village), Nashville, TN 37203 Hours of Operation are Mon.-Sat. 10am -- 6pm Sun. 12pm -- 5pm Watch the LIsa LePaige Buyrarestuff channel for price comparisons and deals at this shop. Shop Lisa LePaige Buy Rare Stuff ETSY boutique at www.buyrarestuff.com
English/Nat We've seen her on T-V, in the papers and magazines for months -- and now we are getting to hear Monica Lewinsky's voice for the first time. The House Judiciary Committee of the U-S Congress has released the audio tapes of the phone conversations Linda Tripp secretly recorded with the former White House intern. During their conversations, Lewinsky comes through sometimes as earnest and matter-of-fact. Other times, she sounds coy as she talks about her relationship with the man she calls "The Creep" - U-S President Bill Clinton. When the 37 tapes recording 22 hours of phone conversations were released, it quickly turned into a battle between journalists. U-S networks rushed to put on excerpts of her taped conversations with Linda Tripp. Americans now are hearing the voic...
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Antiques Road Trip S12E07
Go behind-the-scenes of Antiques Roadshow (PBS) with NET Television during the Roadshow's recent Omaha taping and visit The Sutton House (McCook) to learn the story behind Roadshow Exec. Producer Marsha Bemko's favorite 2004 Nebraska appraisal. During Antiques Roadshow’s return visit to Omaha, NET Television was given a backstage pass to record a behind-the-scenes documentary on the popular PBS series. Taped over the course of two days, NET had complete access to the Roadshow crew, appraisers, and guests. See what it takes to make America’s original treasure hunting show. Then, get an update on Executive Producer Marsh Bemko’s favorite appraisal from the Roadshow’s first visit to Omaha in 2004. When Patty Cordell and her sister, Stephanie Hurst, brought their family heirlooms for ap...
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