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|Antiques Roadshow FYI Launches
|The producers of Antiques Roadshow proudly
present Antiques Roadshow FYI,
a spin-off series of half-hour programs packed with as much suspense and
information as the wildly popular original. Antiques Roadshow FYI airs
weekly beginning Wednesday, January 19, 2005 at 8pm ET on PBS and is available
online at http://www.pbs.org/antiquesfyi
Hosted by Antiques Roadshows Lara
Spencer with correspondent Clay Reynolds, Antiques
Roadshow FYIs magazine-style episodes give viewers tools to enrich
and improve their own treasure hunts and answer the many questions raised
by Roadshow: What happens to the stuff you appraise after the owners leave
the convention hall? Where can I go to get the best deals? Whats a hot
collectible right now? Not to mention, what do the appraisers collect themselves?
The recently-launched Antiques
Roadshow FYI Web site features a preview clip of the new series as
well as the opportunity to:
Learn the fate of a rare Beatles
album in Roadshow
Discover what item keeps movie
memorabilia expert Rudi Franchi combing flea markets and yard sales in
What is the best way to examine
ceramics? Learn the finer points of Ceramic Damage Detection in the Tips
Get choice advice from veteran
collector Michael Flanigan on how to make the most of visits to big antiques
fairs in the Features
Peruse a list of upcoming antiques
events across the country in FYI.
Log on to the Antiques
Roadshow FYI Forum to share antiquing tips and personal stories with
fans of the show and other collecting aficionados.
Stay in the know! Sign up to
Roadshow Fanfare, timely and informative e-mail alerts about upcoming
Roadshow broadcasts, events and new features at Antiques Roadshow and Antiques
Roadshow FYI Online, delivered right to your inbox.
And be sure to come back often
-- new items will be added to each feature area frequently.
Funding for Antiques Roadshow
FYI is provided by public television viewers. Antiques Roadshow FYI is
produced for PBS by WGBH Boston. Executive producer is Marsha Bemko. For
more on Antiques Roadshow FYI, visit http://www.pbs.org/antiquesfyi.
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