The man learned a valuable lesson about removing street art from its original location.
Fiona Bruce will be rocking up in Albert Square.
‘Antiques Roadshow’ is to host a special episode from the set of ‘EastEnders’. The long-running BBC show is celebrating its
Lime greens and oranges typical of the 50s, 60s and 70s, especially in german ceramics, now look very comfortable in a highly contemporary kitchen. It's out with the brown; in with the orange.
We’ll be honest, when we find ourselves inexplicably sat in front of ‘The Antiques Roadshow’ on a Sunday evening, the best
Hugh at Margaret Thatcher's funeral in 2013 ‘Bargain Hunt’ presenter Tim Wonnacott was among the first to pay tribute to
With the 2014 grape harvest season behind us, we look at how to collect wine, and share a few tips for wine amateurs.
The truth is that destroying works of art and trying to erase history isn't the answer... in itself. We cannot and should not attempt to erase history. What has happened has happened, but what is important is that we learn from history, use it to better ourselves, use it to remedy the issues that once presented themselves and that once burdened us and tarnished our names.
BBC newsreader Fiona Bruce has complained that age is still a problem for women working in TV. But Fiona, 48, who dyes her
On getting emotional: "I cry at the Antiques Roadshow. You know, when someone comes in with some family heirloom and it’s