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Aberglasney House and Gardens is a medieval house and gardens set in the Tywi valley in the parish of Llangathen, Carmarthenshire, West Wales.
Abraham-Louis Breguet (10 January 1747 – 17 September 1823), born in Neuchâtel, then a Prussian principality, was a horologist who made many innovations in the course of a career in watchmaking in France.
Acorn DVD is a trading name of RLJE International Ltd, a British company that publishes and distributes DVDs, as well as selling home-video products and streaming videos with a particular focus on British television.
Adam and Joe was a radio show on BBC Radio 6 Music presented by Adam and Joe - comedians Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish.
Alan Fred Titchmarsh,, HonFSE (born 2 May 1949) is an English gardener, presenter, poet, and novelist.
Alastair Dickenson is a silver expert perhaps best known for his regular appearances over the last 17 years on the BBC programme Antiques Roadshow.
Alexander Richard William L'Estrange (born 7 April 1974) is an English composer of choral music and music for television and an arranger for world-class vocal ensembles.
Alice Ravenel Huger Smith (July 14, 1876 – February 3, 1958) was an American painter and printmaker.
Alnwick Castle is a castle and stately home in Alnwick in the English county of Northumberland.
The American Advertising Museum was a museum in downtown Portland, Oregon, United States.
The Angel of the North is a contemporary sculpture, designed by Antony Gormley, located in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England.
Angela May Rippon CBE (born 12 October 1944)"Angela Rippon," Contemporary Authors Online, Detroit: Gale, (2008) Gale Biography In Context is an English television journalist, newsreader, writer and presenter.
Anita Manning (born 1 December 1947) is a Scottish antiques expert and television personality from Glasgow.
Anna & Katy is a British comedy sketch show, beginning on Channel 4 on 6 March 2013 following a pilot edition as part of the Comedy Lab series in 2011.
George Anthony Armstrong Willis (1897–1972) was an Anglo-Canadian writer, dramatist and essayist.
Antiikkia, antiikkia is a Finnish television series based on the format of the Antiques Roadshow.
Antikrundan is the Swedish version of the original BBC format Antiques Roadshow.
A true antique (antiquus; "old", "ancient") is an item perceived as having value because of its aesthetic or historical significance, and often defined as at least 100 years old (or some other limit), although the term is often used loosely to describe any objects that are old.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television show in which antiques appraisers travel to various regions of the United Kingdom (and occasionally in other countries) to appraise antiques brought in by local people.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
Antiques Roadshow is an American television program broadcast on Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) Public television stations.
Antonio Nicolo Gasparo Jacobsen (November 2, 1850 – February 2, 1921) was a Danish-born American maritime artist known as the "Audubon of Steam Vessels".
Arthur George Negus, OBE (29 March 1903 – 5 April 1985) was a broadcaster and antiques expert, specialising in furniture.
The ASTRA Awards are the awards for the Australian subscription television industry.
Auckland Castle, also known as Auckland Palace and locally as the Bishop's Castle or Bishop's Palace, is located in Bishop Auckland, its neighbouring town in County Durham, England.
Auction Kings was a reality television series produced by Authentic Entertainment for the Discovery Channel.
Audrey Selma Atterbury (19 April 1921 – 8 April 1997) was a British puppeter best known for her work on the 1950s pioneering BBC's children's series Andy Pandy.
August Frederik Hollming (or Golming) was a Finnish and Russian silver- and goldsmith, and a Fabergé workmaster.
Baddesley Clinton is a moated manor house, located some 8 miles (13 km) north-west of the historic town of Warwick in the English county of Warwickshire.
Bargain Hunt is a British television programme in which two pairs of contestants are challenged to buy antiques from shops or a fair and then sell them in an auction for a profit.
Baron Poltimore, of Poltimore in the County of Devon, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
Barrington Court is a Tudor manor house begun around 1538 and completed in the late 1550s, with a vernacular stable court (1675), situated in Barrington, near Ilminster, Somerset, England.
Bath Aqua Theatre of Glass is an arts centre and museum in Bath, Somerset, England.
BBC Lifestyle is an international television channel wholly owned by BBC Studios.
The BBC World War I centenary season is the marking of the centenary of the First World War across the BBC.
David Beals Becker (July 5, 1886 – August 16, 1943) was an outfielder in Major League Baseball from 1908 to 1915.
Being Human is a supernatural drama television series developed for North American television by Jeremy Carver and Anna Fricke, based upon the British series of the same name created by Toby Whithouse.
Belvoir Media Group LLC is publisher of newsletters, magazines and websites.
Bert Lahr (August 13, 1895 – December 4, 1967) was an American actor of stage and screen, vaudevillian and comedian.
Bessie Bamber was a British artist from Birkenhead who was active between 1900 and 1910.
Blists Hill is an open-air museum, one of ten museums operated by the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, built on a former industrial complex located in the Madeley area of Telford, Shropshire, England.
Robert "Bob" Brettle, born at Portobello, near Edinburgh, in January 1832, was a successful bare-knuckle boxer active in Birmingham, England, during the 1850s.
Bonnie Tyler (born Gaynor Hopkins; 8 June 1951) is a Welsh singer, known for her distinctive husky voice.
The Book of Mormon Historic Publication Site is a historic site located in the village of Palmyra, Wayne County, New York, United States.
The 1996 British Academy Television Awards were held on 21 April 1996 at London's Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, as a joint ceremony with the British Academy Film Awards.
Brooklands was a motor racing circuit and aerodrome built near Weybridge in Surrey, England, United Kingdom.
Bruce Rodney Wingate Parker, (born 20 July 1941) is a British journalist and television presenter whose career spanned the mid-1960s to 2003, when he retired.
Bunny Campione (born Carolyn Elizabeth Fisher) is an English antiques expert known for her many appearances on the long running BBC television programme Antiques Roadshow, on which she has appeared since 1987.
Burghley House is a grand sixteenth-century country house in the civil parishes of St Martin's Without and Barnack in the Peterborough unitary authority of the English county of Cambridgeshire, but adjoining Stamford in Lincolnshire.
Calne is a town and civil parish in Wiltshire, southwestern England,OS Explorer Map 156, Chippenham and Bradford-on-Avon Scale: 1:25 000.Publisher: Ordnance Survey A2 edition (2007).
The Canadian Broadcasting Centre, located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is the broadcast headquarters and master control point for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's English-language television and radio services.
Caravan of Courage is an annual road trip, travelled by Australian comedians Hamish Blake and Andy Lee.
Carters Steam Fair (no apostrophe is used in the name) is a travelling vintage fair.
Sir Cecil Walter Hardy Beaton CBE (14 January 1904 – 18 January 1980) was an English fashion, portrait and war photographer, diarist, painter, interior designer and an Oscar–winning stage and costume designer for films and the theatre.
Charlecote Park is a grand 16th-century country house, surrounded by its own deer park, on the banks of the River Avon near Wellesbourne, about east of Stratford-upon-Avon and south of Warwick, Warwickshire, England.
Charles Rohlfs (February 15, 1853 – June 30, 1936), was an American actor, patternmaker, stove designer and furniture maker.
Anne-Charlotte de Turckheim (born 5 April 1955) is a French actress, screenwriter, comedienne and film producer.
Children Under a Palm (or sometimes Children Under a Palm Tree) is a water colour painting by Winslow Homer.
Chip work is glassware which has been engraved, or "chipped", using a nail or similar improvised tool, in a similar manner to scrimshaw.
Clarence John Laughlin (1905 – 2 January 1985) was an American photographer best known for his surrealist photographs of the U.S. South.
Clarice Cliff (20 January 1899 – 23 October 1972) was an English ceramic artist active from 1922 to 1963.
Clive Farahar (born 1950) is a British dealer and expert on books and manuscripts.
Cliveden (pronounced) is a National Trust-owned estate in Buckinghamshire, on the border with Berkshire.
Colin Cuthbert Orr Colahan (12 February 1897, Woodend, Victoria – 6 June 1987, Ventimiglia) was an Australian painter and sculptor.
The Cora F. Cressey was a five masted wooden-hulled freight schooner operating in the coasting trade along the east coast of the United States.
The Cottingley Fairies appear in a series of five photographs taken by Elsie Wright (1901–1988) and Frances Griffiths (1907–1986), two young cousins who lived in Cottingley, near Bradford in England.
Count Arthur Strong's Radio Show! is a sitcom broadcast on BBC Radio 4, written by Steve Delaney.
Crimewatch (formerly Crimewatch UK) is a British television programme produced by the BBC, that reconstructs major unsolved crimes in order to gain information from the public which may assist in solving the case.
Crispian Steele-Perkins (born 18 December 1944) is an internationally acclaimed classical trumpeter who was educated at Copthorne Preparatory School, Marlborough College and the Guildhall School of Music.
The Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Structured Reality Show is one of the award categories presented annually by the Critics' Choice Television Awards (BTJA).
A crossover is the placement of two or more otherwise discrete fictional characters, settings, or universes into the context of a single story.
Dale Connelly (born 4 October 1955) was co-host (with Tom Keith, aka Jim Ed Poole) of ''The Morning Show'' on Minnesota Public Radio.
Cyril Hills, under the professional name of Darkie Ellis, was a British professional boxer, from 1931 to 1940.
A Davenport desk, (sometimes originally known as a Devonport desk) is a small desk with an inclined lifting desktop attached with hinges to the back of the body.
David Battie FRSA (born 22 October 1942) is a British expert on ceramics with a particular emphasis on Japanese and Chinese artefacts.
David J. Howe is a British writer, journalist, publisher, and media historian.
David Klein (February 23, 1918 – December 9, 2005) was an American artist, best known for his influential work in advertising.
General Sir George de Lacy Evans (1787 – 9 January 1870) was a British Army general who served in four wars in which the United Kingdom's troops took part in the 19th century.
Dead Ringers is a United Kingdom radio and television comedy impressions show broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and later BBC Two.
The following is a list of notable deaths in November 2016.
The following is a list of notable deaths in October 2015.
Dendy Peter Nicholas Napper Easton (born December 1950) is a fine art consultant for Bonhams, better known as one of the experts on the BBC programme, Antiques Roadshow.
Denis Dunlop (1892-1959) was a sculptor working throughout England during the first half of the 20th century.
Des Moines is the capital and the most populous city in the U.S. state of Iowa.
Dickinson's Real Deal is a UK modern antiques and collectables television programme presented by David Dickinson.
Diddy TV is a British children's sketch comedy series on CBBC.
Edenbridge is a town and civil parish in the Sevenoaks district of Kent, England.
Edge End High School was a secondary school for 11- to 16-year-olds, in Nelson, Lancashire.
Edmund Charles Thompson MBE (9 May 1898, Belfast – 20 August 1961) was an English sculptor, active in Liverpool between the First and Second World War.
Edward VIII (Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David; 23 June 1894 – 28 May 1972) was King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Empire, and Emperor of India, from 20 January 1936 until his abdication on 11 December the same year, after which he became the Duke of Windsor.
Elephant birds are members of the extinct family Aepyornithidae.
Eli Marsden Wilson, A.R.E., A.R.C.E. (24 June 1877 - 13 November 1965England & Wales, National Probate Calendar, 1966. "WILSON Eli Marsden of 9 Faraday Road London, W.3 died 13 November 1965 Administration London 7 January to Edward Wilson Clay company director. £3964.") was an English artist who had seventeen pictures exhibited at the Royal Academy.
Eltham Palace is a large house in Eltham in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, in south-east London, England.
Elyse Luray is an American art historian and appraiser of historical objects who has become a television personality as a result of her appearances on a number of shows, most particularly as a member, since its premiere in 2003, of PBS's investigation-of-the-past series History Detectives.
Emory & Henry College (E&H or Emory) is a private, coeducational liberal arts college in Emory, Virginia.
The Entrance Hall (also called the Grand Foyer) is the primary and formal entrance to the White House, the official residence of the President of the United States.
Eric Knowles (born 19 February 1953 in Nelson, Lancashire, England) is a British antiques expert and television personality, whose main interest is in ceramics.
This article is about the artist and printmaker.
Evelyn Mary Dunbar (18 December 1906 – 12 May 1960) was a British artist, illustrator and teacher.
Frederick Matthias Alexander (20 January 1869 – 10 October 1955) was an Australian actor who developed the Alexander Technique, an educational process applied to recognize and overcome reactive, habitual limitations in movement and thinking.
The FA Cup, known officially as The Football Association Challenge Cup, is an annual knockout football competition in men's domestic English football.
Fernando Amorsolo y Cueto (May 30, 1892 – April 24, 1972) was one of the most important artists in the history of painting in the Philippines.
Ferrum College is a private college in Ferrum, Virginia.
Fiona Elizabeth Bruce (born 25 April 1964) is an English television journalist, newsreader and television presenter.
Flog It! is a television series broadcast on the BBC since 27 May 2002, presented by Paul Martin (although the first five episodes were presented by Mark Harnden).
The Founder's Building was the original building of Royal Holloway College, University of London (RHUL), in Egham, Surrey, England.
Fountains Abbey is one of the largest and best preserved ruined Cistercian monasteries in England.
Four Candles is a sketch from the BBC comedy show The Two Ronnies, written by Ronnie Barker under the pseudonym of Gerald Wiley and first broadcast on 18 September 1976.
Francis Newton Souza (12 April 1924 – 28 March 2002), commonly referred to as F. N. Souza, was an Indian artist.
Frank Edwards (29 September 1893–January 1964), also known as The Footballer of Loos, was a British Army soldier in the First World War who served as a rifleman in the 1st Battalion, London Irish Rifles, during the Battle of Loos.
Winifred May, Marquesa de Casa Maury (née Birkin; 28 July 1894 – 16 March 1983), universally known by her first married name as Freda Dudley Ward, was an English socialite best known for being a married paramour of the Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VIII.
Fredda Brilliant (7 April 1903 – 25 May 1999) was a Polish sculptor and actress, born in Łódź, Poland.
Gavin Sullivan is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera, EastEnders, played by Paul Nicholas.
GEICO advertising campaigns are known for using surreal humor and satire, often featuring distinctive characters such as the company's mascot, the GEICO gecko.
Geoffrey Charles Munn, OBE, MVO, FSA, FLS.
George and Ashley Abraham (George Dixon Abraham, 7 October 1871 – 4 March 1965; Ashley Perry Abraham, 20 February 1876 – 9 October 1951) were brother climbers and photographers who lived in Keswick, Cumberland in the English Lake District.
George Kenyon was a British architect, who worked as City Architect for the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
George W. Sotter (1879 – 1953) was an American painter best known for Impressionist-style works.
George Taylor (1914–1996) was an English artist.
German submarine U-110 was a Type IXB U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine that operated during World War II.
German submarine U-249 was a Type VIIC U-boat of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II.
"Ghost Machine" is an episode of the British science fiction television series Torchwood.
The Gilbert Betjemann Prize (originally the Gilbert R. Betjemann Prize, also referred to as the Gilbert Betjemann Medal) is a gold medal awarded by the Royal Academy of Music (RA) "for operatic singing".
Gogglebox Ireland is an Irish reality show, broadcast on TV3 from 22 September 2016 onwards and a co-production between (Dublin) and Studio Lambert (London.) The series is based on the original UK version and features 15 groups of families and friends from around Ireland who react to Irish, British and American television shows broadcast in the Republic of Ireland.
Going for a Song was an antiques quiz show broadcast by the BBC from 1965-1977.
Graham Charles Lay (Willesden, Greater London, England, United Kingdom, 19 January 1960 - 27 November 2016) was a British antiques expert specialising in arms, armour and militaria, and military history, probably best known for his many appearances on BBC TVs Antiques Roadshow television programme, where he had been one of the team of experts since 1988.
Anna Mary Robertson Moses (September 7, 1860 – December 13, 1961), known by her nickname Grandma Moses, was an American folk artist.
Karin Adele Gunilla von Post Miller, usually Gunilla von Post, (10 July 1932 – 14 October 2011) was a Swedish aristocrat noted for a book outlining an intimate relationship with John F. Kennedy in the 1950s, titled "Love, Jack", published in 1997.
Hallam Football Club is an English football club based in Crosspool, Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
Hardcore Pawn: Chicago is an American reality television series on truTV.
List of films and television series that have been filmed or set in and around Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in the United States.
Harrison Edward McIntosh (11 September 1914 – 21 January 2016) was an American ceramic artist.
William Henry Crump (17 April 1865 – 14 January 1942), better known by the stage name Harry Champion, was an English music hall composer, singer and Cockney comedian, whose onstage persona appealed chiefly to the working class communities of East London.
Harry Epworth Allen (27 November 1894 – 25 March 1958) was an English painter.
John Henry "Harry" Wingfield (4 December 1910 – 5 March 2002) was an English illustrator, best known for his drawings that illustrated the Ladybird Books Key Words Reading Scheme (also known as Peter and Jane) in the 1960s through to the 1980s, which sold over 80 million copies worldwide.
Hartland Abbey is a former abbey and current family home to the Stucley family.
Harvey Ellis (October 17, 1852, Rochester, New York – January 2, 1904, Syracuse, New York) was an architect, perspective renderer and painter.
Hatfield House is a country house set in a large park, the Great Park, on the eastern side of the town of Hatfield, Hertfordshire, England.
Have You Been Paying Attention? (abbreviated on social media as HYBPA? and stylised on-screen as Have you been paying attention? in sentence case) is an Australian game show on Network Ten.
A Hawaiian quilt is a distinctive quilting style of the Hawaiian Islands that uses large radially symmetric applique patterns.
Reginald Hector Whistler (22 January 1905, in Jersey, Channel Islands–1978), known as Hector, was a painter, muralist and illustrator.
Helmingham Hall is a moated manor house in Helmingham, Suffolk, England.
Help for Heroes (H4H) is a British charity launched on 1 October 2007 to help provide better facilities for British servicemen and women who have been wounded or injured in the line of duty.
The Henry B. Plant Museum is located in the south wing of Plant Hall on the University of Tampa's campus, at 401 West Kennedy Boulevard.
Admiral of the Blue Sir Henry Digby GCB (20 January 1770 – 19 August 1842) was a senior British naval officer, who served in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars in the Royal Navy.
Henry George Sandon, MBE (born 10 August 1928) is an English antique expert, specialising in ceramics and is a notable authority on Royal Worcester porcelain.
The Heywood-Wakefield Company is a US furniture manufacturer established in 1897.
High Wycombe, often referred to as Wycombe, is a large town in Buckinghamshire, England.
Hilary Marion Kay (born 16 December 1956) is a British antiques expert, author and lecturer, probably best known for her many appearances on BBC TVs Antiques Roadshow programme on which she is a member of the team of experts.
The Historical Society of Frankford is a historical society and museum is a 501(c)3 corporation located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Hive Minds is a British television quiz show that has aired on BBC Four since 14 July 2015 and is hosted by Fiona Bruce.
HMS Antelope was a Royal Navy ''Alarm''-class torpedo gunboat.
His Majesty's Yacht Britannia was a gaff-rigged cutter built in 1893 for Commodore Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII.
Holme Hall (or The Holme) is a Grade II* listed manor house in Cliviger near Burnley, in Lancashire, England.
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) (27 January) is a national commemoration day in the United Kingdom dedicated to the remembrance of those who suffered in The Holocaust, under Nazi Persecution, and in subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
Home is a British interior home and garden-orientated lifestyle television channel broadcasting in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as part of the UKTV network of channels.
House clearances are a form of service which can be a part or an entire house.
Michael Hugh Scully (5 March 1943 – 8 October 2015) was an English television presenter.
Huw Edwards-Jones (born 1956, Rustington, West Sussex) is a cabinetmaker who has been awarded five Guild Marks (Bespoke Guild Mark Nos. 191, 194, 221, 272, 290) and has exhibited at the Guild Mark exhibition at Philips in London, Cheltenham and other places.
Jacobus Deketh (or de Keth) (Harlingen, 1726 – Zeewijk (Almenum), 26 July 1764) was a captain in the Frisian Admiralty, one of the five admiralties of the Dutch Republic.
James Booker Blakemore Wellington aka J. B. B. Wellington (1858 Lansdown - 1939 Elstree) was an English photographer Wellington originally trained as an architectural draughtsman.
James Edward Buttersworth (1817–1894) was an English painter who specialized in maritime art and is considered among the foremost American ship portraitists of the nineteenth century.
James Henry Beard (April 22, 1812 – October 20, 1893) was an American painter who specialized in the genre of portraits.
Jeremiah Rich (died 1660?) was an English stenographer, who published a pioneering system of shorthand writing.
Jeremy Stephen Maas (31 August 1928 – 23 January 1997) was an English art dealer and art historian, best known for his expertise in Victorian painting.
Jim'll Fix It is a long-running British television show, broadcast by the BBC between May 1975 and June 1994.
John Adam Porter (1894–1952), known as Jock, was the first Scotsman to win the Isle of Man TT motorcycle race, and was a European Grand Prix motorcycle racing champion.
Joseph 'Joe' Anderson (14 October 1869 – 1943) was a boxer who was 'All England' champion in 1897.
Joe's Palace is a BBC television drama, (co-produced by the BBC and HBO) and written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff.
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John Bly FRSA (born 1939) is an English antiques dealer, author, after-dinner speaker and broadcaster who is best known from the BBC Antiques Roadshow (UK).
John ('Jack') George Mennie, A.R.M.S. D.A.(ABDN).
John Geoffrey Tristram Lawrence, 4th Baron Trevethin and 2nd Baron Oaksey (21 March 1929 – 5 September 2012) was a British aristocrat, horse racing journalist, television commentator and former amateur jockey.
John Sandon (born 1959 in Worcester) is a British expert and prolific author on ceramics and glass.
Jon Baddeley is a fine art auctioneer, an authority on scientific instruments and collectables, a broadcaster and an author.
Jonathan Philip "Jonty" Hearnden (born 28 November 1960 in Brentwood, Essex) is an English antiques expert and television presenter.
Joost van Geel (1631, Rotterdam – 1698, Rotterdam), was a Dutch Golden Age genre painter in the style of Gabriel Metsu.
Joseph Kahoʻoluhi Nāwahī (January 13, 1842 – September 14, 1896), also known by his full Hawaiian name Iosepa Kahoʻoluhi Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu, was a Native Hawaiian nationalist leader, legislator, lawyer, newspaper publisher, and painter.
Judith Miller (born 16 September 1951) is an antiques expert, writer and broadcaster based in the UK.
Julia Althea Carter Preston (26 January 1926–6 January 2012) was a British potter who was responsible for reviving the art of sgraffito (where designs are scratched on to ceramics) in the United Kingdom in the 1950s.
Keep Calm and Carry On was a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 in preparation for World War II.
Ken Sanders (born 1951) is an American antiquarian bookseller who is also well known for his tenacious pursuit of book thieves.
Kirby Hall is an Elizabethan country house, located near Gretton, Northamptonshire, England.
KUAT-TV, virtual channel 6 (UHF digital channel 30), is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member television station licensed to Tucson, Arizona, United States.
Lady Victoria Diana Leatham MBE (née Cecil; born 28 June 1947) is an antiques expert and television personality.
Lanhydrock (Lannhedrek, meaning "church enclosure of St Hydrock") is a civil parish centred on a country estate and mansion in Cornwall, United Kingdom.
Lars Broholm Tharp (born 27 March 1954, Copenhagen, Denmark)'', Who's Who 2011, A & C Black, 2011; online edn, Oxford University Press, December 2010 (accessed 23 September 2011).
Layer Marney Tower is a Tudor palace, composed of buildings, gardens and parkland, dating from 1520 situated in Layer Marney, Colchester, Essex, England.
The Leica II is a rangefinder camera introduced by Leica in 1932.
Leigh Ronald Keno and Leslie Bernard Keno (twins born March 14, 1957) are American antiquarians, authors, historic car judges, preservationists, and television hosts.
Lennox Paul Cato (born 1961) is an antiques dealer specialising in furniture and decorative items from the Georgian and Regency periods and who has been an expert on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow since 2004.
Leslie James Cole (11 August 1910 – 1976) was a British artist and teacher.
Lifestyle (formerly known as The LifeStyle Channel) is an Australian television channel.
The following lists television programs made for audiences in the United States, not counting its territories.
Many successful British television shows (particularly sitcoms and reality shows) have been remade for the American market.
Many US television series are based, copied, or derived from television shows from other countries.
Antiques Roadshow is a long running British television series about the appraisal of antiques produced by the BBC.
This is a list of characters in the American remake version of the supernatural drama-comedy television series ''Being Human'' based on the British hit series of the same name.
This is a list of British television programmes.
This is a list of English-language Canadian television series.
This is a list of episodes of the PBS children's television show Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman.
The city of Liverpool, England, is a popular location for the filming and setting of films and television series, both fictional and real.
The BBC has employed many journalists and newsreaders to present its news programmes as well as to provide news reports and interviews.
This is a list of episodes for the British television series Fresh Fields.
Gogglebox Australia is an Australian reality/observational television series on Network Ten and The LifeStyle Channel.
Horrible Histories is a children's live-action historical sketch-comedy TV series based on the book series of the same name written by Terry Deary.
This is a list of the longest-running television presenters in the United Kingdom, on their respective programmes.
This is a list of the longest-running television series in the United Kingdom by genre.
This is a list of notable inhabitants of the city of Brighton and Hove in England.
This is a list of people who have lived in or been associated with Greenwich, Connecticut now or in the past and are well known beyond the town.
Pinewood Studios is a major British film studio and television studio situated approximately 20 miles west of London among the pine trees on what was the estate of Heatherden Hall, near the village of Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire.
This is a list of current, past and upcoming programs broadcast by BBC America.
This is a list of current, past and upcoming programs broadcast by BBC Canada as of September 2015.
This is a list of television programs currently, formerly, and soon to be broadcast by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's CBC Television.
The following list of programs are currently broadcast by the Nine Network / 9HD, 9Go!, 9Gem, 9Life and their regional affiliates, including Southern Cross Nine, Channel Nine Northern NSW and Imparja as well as catch-up service 9Now, with former programming on WIN Television (1989-2016).
This is a list of programs broadcast by TVOntario, an English-language provincial educational television station, operated by the Ontario Educational Communications Authority, a crown corporation owned by the Government of Ontario.
This is a list of television programmes broadcast by the BBC either currently broadcast or previously broadcast on the BBC in the United Kingdom.
A typical issue of ''Mad'' magazine will include at least one full parody of a popular movie or television show.
The Vicar of Dibley is a British sitcom which premiered on BBC One on 10 November 1994.
The following is list of episodes for the Showtime original series, Tracey Ullman's State of the Union, starring Tracey Ullman.
This is a list of encyclopedic people associated with the University of Kentucky in the United States of America.
This list reflects alumni of Williams College.
The long rifle, also known as longrifle, Kentucky rifle, or Pennsylvania rifle, was one of the first commonly used rifles for hunting and warfare.
Lorina Bulwer (1838 – 5 March 1912) was a British needleworker.
Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA) is the first auction house to specialize in 20th century modern design and fine art.
Louis Comfort Tiffany (February 18, 1848 – January 17, 1933) was an American artist and designer who worked in the decorative arts and is best known for his work in stained glass.
Lower Machen (Machen Isaf) is a small hamlet of 19 houses on the A468 road at the very western edge of the city of Newport, South Wales. Machen itself lies further west in the county borough of Caerphilly, although both lie within the historic boundaries of Monmouthshire. Lower Machen holds an annual festival of chamber music concerts in the 12th-century church of St. Michael and All Angels. Ruperra Castle is also located in Lower Machen. Lower Machen was formerly served by Church Road railway station, which closed in 1957.
Magistrate of Brussels is an unfinished oil painting or oil sketch by Anthony van Dyck, rediscovered in 2013 after being shown on episodes of the BBC television programme Antiques Roadshow.
Margaret Ismay was an opera singer.
Mariquita Jenny Moberly (née Phillips, 1855–1937) was an English artist, working in oil and watercolour.
Mark Hill (born 1975) is a British antiques expert, TV presenter, author and publisher.
Mary Hamilton (fl. 1746) was the subject of a notorious 18th-century case of fraud and female cross-dressing, in which Hamilton, under the name of Charles, duped a woman into a supposed marriage.
Maton is an Australian manufacturer of guitars and other fretted musical instruments.
Michael Terence Aspel, OBE (born 12 January 1933) is an English television presenter on programmes such as Crackerjack, Aspel & Company, This is Your Life, Strange but True? and Antiques Roadshow.
Ernest Oliver Gidden, (15 March 1910 – 20 December 1961), known as Mick Gidden, was awarded the George Cross for the "great gallantry and undaunted devotion to duty" he showed while defusing mines and bombs during the Blitz in London.
Montrose Jonas Moses (September 2, 1878 – March 29, 1934) was an American author, born in New York, where he graduated from the City College in 1899.
The Museum of East Asian Art or MEAA is in Bennett Street, Bath, Somerset, England.
The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic, formerly known as the Museum of Witchcraft, is a museum dedicated to European witchcraft and magic located in the village of Boscastle in Cornwall, south-west England.
Neil Hillman MPSE (born Sutton Coldfield, England, 1960) is a British television and feature film sound designer and editor, notable for his work on the Oscar-winning film Lincoln, New York I Love You and Grace of Monaco.
Nick Hancock (born 25 October 1962, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire) is an English actor and television presenter.
No Signal! was a British comedy sketch-show that aired on a weekly basis from 5 February to 9 April 2009 on FX.
NPO 1 (formerly Nederland 1 until 2014) is the first national television station in the Netherlands, it launched on 2 October 1951.
Ovation is an American television network whose stated mission is to connect the world to all forms of art and artistic expression.
The Overbeck sisters (Margaret, Hannah, Elizabeth, and Mary Frances) were American women potters and artists of the Arts and Crafts Movement who established Overbeck Pottery in their Cambridge City, Indiana, home in 1911 with the goal of producing original, high-quality, hand-wrought ceramics as their primary source of income.
Pat Simmons (1920 – 29 October 2005) was the voice of the United Kingdom's Speaking Clock from 1963 until 1985.
Paul Rowley Atterbury, FRSA (born 8 April 1945) is a British antiques expert, probably best known for his many appearances since 1979 on the BBC TV programme Antiques Roadshow. He specialises in the art, architecture, design and decorative arts of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Paul Brett (born 20 June 1947 in Fulham, London) is an English classic rock guitarist.
Paul Henry (11 April 1876 – 24 August 1958) was an Irish artist noted for depicting the West of Ireland landscape in a spare post-impressionist style.
Paul Martin (born 5 January 1959) is an antiques dealer and professional drummer, best known for being the presenter of various BBC antiques programmes including Flog It!, Trust Me, I'm a Dealer and Paul Martin's Handmade Revolution and Antiques Roadshow.
Paul Rodney Miller (born July 18, 1966) is a radio presenter who resides in Twickenham, London.
Paul Reade (10 January 1943 – 7 June 1997) was an English composer.
Pawn Stars is an American reality television series, shown on History, and produced by Leftfield Pictures.
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is an American public broadcaster and television program distributor.
Pernilla Månsson Colt, (born Eva Elisabet Månsson, 23 December 1966) is a Swedish television presenter, producer, editor, and journalist.
Peter Nahum is an English art dealer, author, lecturer and journalist who is known for his many appearances on the long running BBC television programme Antiques Roadshow, on which he appeared from 1981 to 2002.
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is a concert hall in Hope Street, in Liverpool, England.
Philip Jonathan Clifford Mould OBE (born 1960) is an English art dealer, writer and broadcaster.
Polesden Lacey is an Edwardian house and estate, located on the North Downs at Great Bookham, near Dorking, Surrey, England.
Port Sunlight is a model village and suburb in the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, Merseyside, it is located between Lower Bebington and New Ferry, on the Wirral Peninsula.
Prideaux Place is a grade I listed Elizabethan country house in the parish of Padstow, Cornwall, England.
The Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Structured Reality Program is handed out annually at the Creative Arts Emmy Award ceremony.
Princess Hijab is an anonymous female street artist working primarily in Paris, France.
Producing Parker is a Canadian animated television sitcom that debuted May 4, 2009 on TVtropolis.
The Queensway Tunnel is a road tunnel under the River Mersey, in the north west of England, between Liverpool and Birkenhead.
Reality television is a genre of television programming that documents supposedly unscripted real-life situations, and often features an otherwise unknown cast of individuals who are typically not professional actors, although in some shows celebrities may participate.
Albert Einstein's religious views have been widely studied and often misunderstood.
Reydon is a village and civil parish, north-west of Southwold and south-east of Wangford, in Waveney District and the ceremonial county of Suffolk in England.
Richard Ansdell (11 May 1815 – 20 April 1885) was an English oil painter of animals and genre scenes.
Richard Dadd (1 August 1817 – 7 January 1886) was an English painter of the Victorian era, noted for his depictions of fairies and other supernatural subjects, Orientalist scenes, and enigmatic genre scenes, rendered with obsessively minuscule detail.
Robert Thwaites is a former graphic designer from the United Kingdom who gave up work due to failing eyesight in the late nineties.
Robin Mitchell (born 27 May 1963) is a Scottish writer and producer.
A rocking horse is a child's toy, usually shaped like a horse and mounted on rockers similar to a rocking chair.
Roger Mellie ("The Man on the Telly") is a fictional character featured in Viz magazine.
Rolex SA is a Swiss luxury watchmaker.
Rolf Harris (born 30 March 1930) is an Australian entertainer whose career has encompassed work as a musician, singer-songwriter, composer, comedian, actor, painter and television personality.
Ronald William George Barker, (25 September 1929 – 3 October 2005) was an English actor, comedian and writer.
Ronnie Claire Edwards (February 9, 1933 – June 14, 2016) was an American actress, best known for playing Corabeth Walton Godsey on the TV series The Waltons.
Royal Flemish glass was a line of art glass made by the Mt.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a 1964 Christmas stop motion animated television special produced by Videocraft International, Ltd. (later known as Rankin/Bass Productions) and currently distributed by Universal Television.
Rufino del Carmen Arellanes Tamayo (August 25, 1899 – June 24, 1991) was a Mexican painter of Zapotec heritage, born in Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico.
Rupert Nicholas Maas (born 23 July 1960) is an English painting specialist and gallery owner, known for his numerous media and television appearances, particularly on the long-running series Antiques Roadshow where he has appeared since 1997.
Samarès Manor (Jèrriais: Mangni d'Sanmathès) is a manor house with medieval origins in the Vingtaine de Samarès, in the parish of St. Clement in Jersey, and is the traditional home of the Seigneur de Samarès.
Samuel Franklin Cowdery (later known as Samuel Franklin Cody; 6 March 1867 – 7 August 1913, born Davenport, Iowa, USA)) was a Wild West showman and early pioneer of manned flight. He is most famous for his work on the large kites known as Cody War-Kites, that were used by the British in World War I as a smaller alternative to balloons for artillery spotting. He was also the first man to fly an aeroplane in Britain, on 16 October 1908. A flamboyant showman, he was often confused with Buffalo Bill Cody, whose surname he took when young.
Schoenhut dolls were wooden dolls produced by the Schoenhut Piano Company between 1903 and 1935.
Sean Gunn is an American actor known for his roles as Kirk Gleason on the television show Gilmore Girls (2000–2007) and Kraglin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017).
Secret Dealers is a factual game show that airs on ITV.
Shaun Greenhalgh (born 1960) was a British art forger.
"Shepherd's Guide" is the title given to several books, that were published to help shepherds identify stray herds.
Sherman Joseph Alexie, Jr. (born October 7, 1966) is a Spokane-Coeur d'Alene-American novelist, short story writer, poet, and filmmaker.
Shiplake College is an independent boarding and day school in Shiplake, by the River Thames just outside Henley-on-Thames, England.
Shoreham College is an independent day school for boys and girls aged 3 to 16, which is located in Shoreham-by-Sea on the Sussex coast between Brighton and Worthing.
Siân Evans is an historical author, journalist, and film consultant, known for her guidebooks for the National Trust, of which she has written seven, and her works of social and cultural history.
Silas Chandler (1838 - September 1919) was an African-American who, as a slave, accompanied his owners, Andrew and Benjamin Chandler, referred to as a "manservant" in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War.
Simon Rollo Gillespie (born 26 May 1955) is a British art restorer and art historian known particularly for his work with Early British and Tudor portraits, he began restoring in 1978.
A singing bird box (boîte à oiseau chanteur in French) is a box, usually rectangular-shaped, which contains within a miniature automaton singing bird concealed below an oval lid and activated by means of an operating lever.
Skinner is one of the world's leading auction houses for antiques and fine art.
Somerleyton is a village of medieval origin in the Waveney District of the English county of Suffolk.
The SS Bessemer (also called the Bessemer Saloon) was an experimental Victorian cross-Channel passenger paddle steamer with a swinging cabin, a concept devised by the engineer and inventor Sir Henry Bessemer, intended to combat seasickness.
The SS Normandie was an ocean liner built in Saint-Nazaire, France, for the French Line Compagnie Générale Transatlantique (CGT).
St Ives School is a coeducational secondary school with academy status, located in St Ives, Cornwall, England.
Stewart Granger (born James Lablache Stewart; 6 May 191316 August 1993) was an English film actor, mainly associated with heroic and romantic leading roles.
Steyning Grammar School is a state comprehensive school in West Sussex, England.
Stowe House is a grade I listed country house in Stowe, Buckinghamshire, England.
Stuart Fell is a professional actor and stuntman.
Sunday is the day of the week between Saturday and Monday.
Susan Parkinson (8 January 1925 - 15 October 2012) is best known as an English potter and for her work with the Arts Dyslexia Trust.
SVT is the Swedish national public TV broadcaster, funded by a television licence fee payable by all owners of television sets, and set by the Riksdag.
Edward Ralph "Ted" Dexter, (born 15 May 1935) is a former England international cricketer.
The Tennessee Soybean Festival in Martin, Tennessee is one of several local festivals which occur each year throughout the state.
Terence Tenison Cuneo CVO, OBE, RGI, FGRA (1 November 1907 – 3 January 1996) was a prolific English painter famous for his scenes of railways, horses and military actions.
The Antics Roadshow is an hour-long 2011 documentary film focused on "famous pranks and acts of activism which have become iconic".
The Armada Service (alias Tudor Service) is a set of more than 31 gilded silver dishes, dated between 1581 and 1601, formerly owned by Sir Christopher Harris (c. 1553–1625), MP, of Radford House in the parish of Plymstock in Devon, England.
The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960.
The Business of Fancydancing is a 2002 film written and directed by Sherman Alexie.
The Caribou Show is a locally produced sketch comedy television show, which was recorded in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA, area.
The Genealogy Roadshow is an Irish genealogy television series created by Big Mountain Productions and presented by Derek Mooney.
The Green Green Grass is a BBC television sitcom, created and initially written by John Sullivan, produced by Shazam Productions for the BBC.
The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson is a British comedy sketch show which stars impressionists Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson.
The Royle Family is a British television sitcom produced by ITV Studios for the BBC, which ran for three series from 1998–2000, and specials from 2006–12.
The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer is a BBC TV sketch show written by and starring double act Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer.
The Wrong Coast is a Canadian stop-motion animated television show.
This Afternoon (stylised as THIS afternoon) was a short-lived Australian news and current affairs television program that was broadcast by the Nine Network.
Timothy Wonnacott (born 6 May 1951) is an English chartered auctioneer, chartered surveyor, antiques expert, and a television presenter.
Tom Barrett (21 November 1891 – 27 September 1924) was an English motor-racing riding mechanic.
Tommy's War: A First World War Diary 1913–1918 is a diary written by Thomas Cairns Livingstone.
Tradus (tradus.com) lists ads for used, heavy machinery and vehicles in the felds of construction, transport, and farming, and also spare parts for such machines.
British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919.
Tredegar House (Welsh: Tŷ Tredegar) is a 17th-century Charles II-era country house mansion in Coedkernew, at the western edge of the city of Newport, Wales.
Turners Hill is a village and civil parish in the Mid Sussex District of West Sussex, England.
UKTV Bright Ideas was a digital television channel broadcast in the United Kingdom, which was part of the UKTV family of channels.
Valerie Pringle (née Whittingham, born 5 September 1953) is a Canadian television host and journalist, hosting the Canadian edition of Antiques Roadshow on CBC since 2006.
Victoria Hall, Saltaire (originally the Saltaire Institute) is a Grade II* listed building in the village of Saltaire, near Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, built by architects Lockwood and Mawson.
WABC-TV, channel 7, is the flagship station of the ABC television network, licensed to New York City.
The Walton School of Auctioneering is an auction school in Medina, Ohio, United States.
Watchdog is a British consumer investigative journalism programme, created by the BBC on 8 September 1980, and aired on BBC One.
What's It Worth? is an early American television series that aired on the CBS Television network from 21 May 1948 and into 1949.
Wilfrid Gabriel de Glehn (also sometimes spelt 'Wilfried') (1870 – 11 May 1951) was an Impressionist British painter, elected to the Royal Academy in 1932.
The second season of Will & Grace premiered on September 21, 1999 and concluded on May 13, 2000.
William Burges (2 December 1827 – 20 April 1881) was an English architect and designer.
Major Sir William Newenham Montague Orpen, (27 November 1878 – 29 September 1931), was an Irish artist who worked mainly in London.
Wirral, also known as The Wirral, is a peninsula in northwest England.
WYCC, virtual channel 20 (UHF digital channel 21), is an MHz Worldview-affiliated television station licensed to Chicago, Illinois, United States.
First established as a grammar school for boys in 1877, Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College (WQEIC) is now a sixth form college, located in Leicester, England and part of the WQE-Regent group following its merger with Regent College.
"Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" is a phrase from an editorial called "Is There a Santa Claus?".
Yesterday is one of the UKTV network of television channels in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Yesterday and Today is a studio album by the Beatles, their ninth album released on Capitol Records and twelfth overall American release.
"You're Not Singing Any More" is a football chant in the UK used by the supporters of a team towards the other team's fans who have become silent for one reason or another, such as because they have just conceded a goal or had a player sent off.
The Youdan Cup was a football competition played in Sheffield, England.
The 16th National Television Awards ceremony was held at The O2 Arena in London on 26 January 2011 and was hosted by Dermot O'Leary.
This is a list of British television related events from 1979.
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The 2005–06 Canadian network television schedule indicates the fall prime time schedules for Canada's major English broadcast networks.
The following is a list of British television related events from the year 2006.
The 2006–07 Canadian network television schedule indicates the fall prime time schedules for Canada's major English broadcast networks.
This is a summary of the year 2007 in British television.
The 2007–08 Canadian network television schedule indicates the fall prime time schedules for Canada's major English and French broadcast networks.
This is a list of events that took place in 2008 related to British television.
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The 2011 Montreal Museum of Fine Arts theft took place in two separate incidents during September and October of that year.
This is a list of events that took place in 2012 related to British television.
The 2012 New Zealand primetime television schedule for the five major free-to-air New Zealand television networks (One, 2, 3, Four and Prime) covers primetime hours throughout 2012.
This is a list of events that took place in 2013 related to British television.
The 2013 New Zealand primetime television schedule for the five major free-to-air New Zealand television networks (One, 2, 3, Four and Prime) covers primetime hours throughout 2013.
This is a list of events that took place in 2014 related to British television.
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Events from the year 2015 in the United Kingdom.
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The 2018 British Academy Television Awards took place on 13 May 2018 at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
This is a list of events taking place in 2018 relating to Television in the United Kingdom.
The 3rd National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 8 October 1997 and was hosted by Trevor McDonald.
The 59th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards were held at the Shrine Auditorium on September 8, 2007, and were hosted by comedian-actor Carlos Mencia.
The 5th National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 26 October 1999 and was hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald.
The 64th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony was held on September 15 at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles and was televised September 22, 2012 on ReelzChannel.
The 65th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony was held on September 15, 2013, at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles.
The 66th Annual Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony was held on August 16, 2014, at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles.
The 6th Critics' Choice Television Awards, presented by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA), honoring the best in primetime television programming from June 1, 2015 until December 31, 2015, were held on January 17, 2016 at the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport in Santa Monica, California.
The 9th National Television Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Albert Hall on 28 October 2003 and was hosted by Sir Trevor McDonald.
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