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Diane Abbott filmed with mystery object on the Antiques Roadshow

Funny story: Diane Abbott filmed with mystery object on the Antiques Roadshow

Mystery solved, professed a grateful Diane Abbot after an Antiques Roadshow expert revealed that the 'strange' object she had taken along was an abacus. The rustic framework and collection of counters were identified as being a vintage counting fr...

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Queen and Duke of Edinburgh Appear On Antiques Roadshow - Valued At A Few Quid Each

The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have been told that despite being antiques their re-sale value is only a few quid, probably a fiver, at a car boot sale, maybe. The BBC TV show's experts told the Royal couple they were wasting their time, but appre...

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Antiques Tat Roadshow

Funny story: Antiques Tat Roadshow

The Antiques Road-show, a popular BBC 1 prime time show that allows members of the public to bring in their dearest and most expensive possessions for authentication, evaluation and valuation is to show a one-off show. The show came from Tatton Pa...

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Antiques Road Show Uncovers Antique Bureau Worth 3.5M Spoof Points!

Funny story: Antiques Road Show Uncovers Antique Bureau Worth 3.5M Spoof Points!

A dowdy London retiree, saying he 'really didn't need it anymore', lugged an antique Victorian Bureau in for appraisal on the Antique Road Show, and found after an appraisal it was worth over 3.5M Spoof Points! Mortimer Fartwaithe, a retired post...

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Antiques Roadshow unusual items

Funny story: Antiques Roadshow unusual items

The popular BBC antiques programme, Antiques Roadshow, has revealed some of the more unusual items brought in for valuation. "Our most valuable item was a maquette of the Angel of the North," said host Fiona Bruce. "That was valued at a million. B...

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More BBC Fakery

Funny story: More BBC Fakery

Following the news that the BBC's survivalist Ray Mears may not be all that he appears, so-called experts on the Antiques Roadshow have also now blown the whistle.

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