BBC Worldwide have agreed a magazine licensing deal with Kelsey Media which will see the launch of the first ever BBC Antiques Roadshow Magazine next spring.
Fans of one of Britain’s best-loved programmes, now in its 36th year of production, will be able to find out what goes on behind the scenes and delve into the history of the rare and unusual antiques featuring on the show.
As the official Antiques Roadshow magazine, each month it will build on the stories the programme tells – and the many it doesn’t have time to include – with an On Location section when the series is on air; behind the scenes at the venues and historic details of locations; meet the team features; tales from show goers; after show follow-ups to exciting discoveries; and themed issues by era, event or genre.
The magazine will also have its own website which will include a variety of content and functionality.
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