Antiques Roadshow Comes to Town
When PBS's Antiques Roadshow shot new episodes in Pittsburgh in the summer of 2011, producers received thousands of requests from Western Pennsylvanians interested in showing their antiques. In this documentary, you'll go behind the scenes of the production and meet local people who learned more about their treasures.
Antiques Roadshow Comes to Town aired on Feb 22, 2012.
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