Antiques Roadshow

by WGBH Staff
Monday, Jan 25, 2016



Image credit: Photo by Meredith Nierman for WGBH, © WGBH 2015.

Today’s mural shows two items from the WGBH-produced Antiques Roadshow in Little Rock: a 1950 Charles and Ray Eames Rocking Chair, and an English Giltwood Cabinet-on-Stand, ca. 1730.

Part human adventure, part history lesson and part treasure hunt, Antiques Roadshow takes millions of fans on a journey across America to discover the antiques and collectibles—and their stories—that illustrate our rich history. PBS's most-watched ongoing series is also online with videos, features, appraisal updates, an appraisal game, and more.

Watch it tonight at 8pm on WGBH 2. More airings

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Embedded in the exterior wall of WGBH's studios is a Boston landmark: a digital mural designed to brighten the ride for commuters with a theme a day that provokes thought, inspires curiosity, and reflects the content and values of public media.

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Funding for WGBH’s digital mural has been provided by the Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund, a program of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, administered through a collaborative arrangement between MassDevelopment and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

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