The presenter will front a weekday 'best of' show, starting March 9, based on 30 years of footage from the popular Sunday night programme
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Fiona Bruce to share vintage 'Roadshow' moments in new show

During the Antiques Roadshow's long history there have been numerous unforgettable scenarios to thrill its fans. Such as when jewellery found on a rubbish tip was discovered to be worth thousands of pounds, or the moment when the owners of a cracked teapot were informed that its sale would cover the purchase of their council house.

Now the programme's enthusiasts will be able to relive their favourite finds in a 15-part spin-off programme fronted by Fiona Bruce, presenter of the regular BBC1 Sunday evening slot.

The new show, Priceless Antiques Roadshow, will be screened daily at 6.30pm from March 9 for three weeks on BBC2.

"We're asked countless questions at roadshows about those magic moments - like what's the most valuable bargain buy ever seen? And have we ever smashed a family heirloom by accident?" explains Fiona.

"People are fascinated by such things. Now we'll be able to give them the answers."

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