Antique Roadshow Episodes from St. Louis Set to Begin February 19

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St. Louis, MO — February 13, 2018 — Three episodes of Antiques Roadshow were produced from St. Louis after the hit PBS series made a stop at America’s Center in downtown St. Louis, July 8, 2017. There were 16,208 people who applied to attend the event, from which 3,000 winners were randomly selected to receive a pair of free tickets.

During the day-long event, attended by 4,966 people, almost 10,000 items were appraised. Now, the treasures found in St. Louis are ready for their television debut. The first episode will be broadcast on Nine PBS, Monday, February 19.

A 30-minute Living St. Louis special will take viewers behind-the-scenes of the Antiques Roadshow event at America’s Center. It will premiere February 26 at 9 pm. Living St. Louis is the Nine Network’s flagship weekly series, which introduces viewers to people in uniquely St. Louis places.

Three, one-hour Antiques Roadshow episodes will air on Nine PBS, and will be available to view at nineNet.org and on the PBS app.

February 19 at 7 pm        Antiques Roadshow: St. Louis, Hour 1
February 26 at 7 pm        Antiques Roadshow: St. Louis, Hour 2
February 26 at 9 pm        Living St. Louis Special: Behind the Scenes at Antiques Roadshow St. Louis
March 5 at 7 pm                 Membership drive: Antiques Roadshow: St. Louis, Hour 1 (repeat)
March 12 at 7 pm              Membership drive: Antiques Roadshow: St. Louis, Hour 2 (repeat)
March 26 at 7 pm              Antiques Roadshow: St. Louis, Hour 3
March 26 at 8 pm              Living St. Louis Special: Behind the Scenes at Antiques Roadshow St. Louis (repeat)
March 31 at 7 pm              Antiques Roadshow: St. Louis, Hour 3 (repeat)

Antiques Roadshow is sponsored by Liberty Mutual Insurance, Ancestry, and Consumer Cellular. Additional funding is provided by public television viewers. The executive producer is Marsha Bemko. Antiques Roadshow is a trademark of the BBC and is produced for PBS by WGBH Boston under license from BBC Worldwide. Antiques Roadshow is locally supported by Kodner Gallery.

About the Nine Network of Public Media

The Nine Network of Public Media is a multifaceted organization creating a network of individuals and organizations empowered by public media to strengthen civic life. One of the nation’s most watched public television stations, Nine Network offers the people of the St. Louis region multiple ways to explore the world and become engaged in civic life. Nine’s platforms include four distinct broadcast channels (Nine PBS, Nine World, Nine Create and Nine PBS KIDS), the Nine Center for Public Engagement, the Public Media Commons, social media, and multiple websites accessible at nineNet.org. Nine Network’s rich legacy of serving the community was launched in 1954 and continues through our vision of a strong and healthy community working together through public media and our mission of igniting the spirit of possibility.

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