Antiques Roadshow tours have been around for over 60 years, and it is a tour company that truly understands the value of the antique collector. Collectors find that they are able to turn trash into precious treasure, thanks in part to the knowledge of the show’s seasoned experts on antiques and art. Whether you are a novice collector or an experienced collector, an Antiques Roadshow could be a great opportunity to broaden your collecting horizons and learn more about the valuable objects that you have collected in the past. A Antiques Roadshow appraisers will let you know what you have paid for your items and where they may be located.
The Antiques Roadshow is available in two different formats. The “season” runs for eight episodes in each year (two episodes in each season), which means that the company plans to produce eight episodes in each year. In addition, the “episodes” can be ordered on demand. The “season” is not scheduled to end until after the 2021 season, so collectors can keep checking back for future episodes to see if any of their prized possessions make it to the final episode.
The “episodes” can be ordered on demand through a website. The website contains information about the current series as well as past seasons and episodes. Season one featured trips to the states of Texas and California, as well as a trip to the western part of the United States. The Antiques Roadshow episodes broadcast throughout the United States, as well as to various countries in Europe, where many of the world’s most significant antique collections are located.
The Antiques Roadshow will air on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS Television. You can also watch Antiques Roadshow online via the video service provided by the network. The web site includes articles about the show, as well as how to watch it. There is even a Q&A segment where experts answer questions from viewers.
Each week a new appraiser will appraise the items. Usually one from the region in which the collection is located is chosen to appraise it. Next, the participants are given a questionnaires regarding their homes, and they are asked if there is anything special about them or the items they own that would make them a good candidate for an appraisal. If an item is appraised successfully, that person is considered a candidate for an appraisal on the Antiques Roadshow. Each week the list of possible candidates is whittled down to a handful and then a short list of the candidates is chosen for an interview.
During an interview with a potential candidate, the appraisers will learn about the history of their collection and what types of items they have collected over the years. They will also be asked questions pertaining to their experiences with antique collecting, and possibly even specific questions about specific items that they have purchased. The candidates are then asked to describe how and where they plan to use the Antiques Roadshow and if they plan to travel. Candidates may also be asked to provide pictures of their homes. The show is designed so that it’s easy for people from all walks of life to enjoy the experience.