Every episode of the BBC Antiques Roadshow contains artifacts that carry with them a fascinating history.
From letters from renowned authors to Christmas decorations of £ 30,000 – many of the show’s guests were shocked upon hearing the reviews of their items.
Is there an ancient item sitting in your house that you always wondered to bring to Fiona Bruce and the show’s team of experts?
So read on.
How can I submit articles to Antiques Roadshow?
On the BBC website, you can fill out a request form to have your item considered for the show.
You need to select your preferred location and share the details of the potentially valuable items through the online form, which is now open for summer 2021.
Where is the Antiques Roadshow filmed?
The show is filmed across the UK, at beautiful locations such as Aston Hall in Birmingham, Portchester Castle in Hampshire and the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh.
You will be able to select your preferred location via the application form on the site.
Can anyone apply to be on Antiques Roadshow?
Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult to present an item to the experts at the Antique Roadshow.
While in previous years, the public was encouraged to apply to be an audience member, health and safety restrictions have changed this year due to the ongoing pandemic.
This year’s events will be by invitation only, depending on whether your article submission was successful or not.
If your item is selected for filming, someone from the Antiques Roadshow team will contact you to invite you to a filming date at the location of your choice.
Antiques Roadshow is on BBC One Sunday night at 7pm, and can be watched on BBC iPlayer now.
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