Antiques Roadshow

Mondays at 9 p.m.

​Antiques Roadshow episodes filmed in Charleston, WV air Mondays at 8 p.m. on May 11, 18, and 25!  And don't miss our own behind-the-scenes documentary that premieres May 25 at 9 p.m.


Part adventure, part history lesson, and part treasure hunt, ten-time Emmy® Award-nominated ANTIQUES ROADSHOW marks its 19th season in 2015.

PBS's highest-rated series, ROADSHOW is seen by almost 10 million viewers each week. Veteran television personality Mark L. Walberg serves as series host. In each hour-long ROADSHOW episode, specialists from the country's leading auction houses — Bonhams and Butterfields, Christie's, Doyle New York, Skinner and Sotheby's — and independent dealers from across the nation offer free appraisals of antiques and collectibles.

ANTIQUES ROADSHOW cameras capture tales of family heirlooms, yard sale bargains and long-lost items salvaged from attics and basements, while experts reveal the fascinating truths about these finds.

Chuck Roberts / West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Did you miss the first episode of Antiques Roadshow's visit to Charleston, West Virginia?

Don't worry, you can watch it here: Catch all three episodes from Charleston on West Virginia public broadcasting at 8 p.m. Every Monday this May.

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More than 250 guests turned out to the Culture Center on May 6 to meet  our special guest, Antiques Roadshow Executive Producer Marsha Bemko.

Many had volunteered or even brought their items in to be evaluated at the taping in the Charleston Civic Center last August, so they were anxious to see which treasures and finds made it into the three one-hour episodes. Those episodes are scheduled for air May 11, 18 and 25 at 8 p.m. on West Virginia Public Broadcasting.

Antiques Roadshow Treasures From Charleston

May 8, 2015

Get an insider's look at a visit from Antiques Roadshow  when Behind the Scenes - Antiques Roadshow in Charleston, West Virginia premieres  May 25 at 9 p.m. on West Virginia Public  Broadcasting. The program follows the final of three episodes the PBS series recorded last August,  scheduled to air Mondays at 8 p.m. on May 11, 18, and 25. 

The PBS series Antiques Roadshow has announced three May broadcast dates for episodes shot in Charleston, W.Va., last August. The episodes are scheduled to air at 8 p.m. on May 11, 18, and 25 on West Virginia PBS and other public television stations nationwide.

West Virginia Public Broadcasting also is producing a behind-the scenes look at the visit to be broadcast with the national premiere of the Charleston episodes.

Antiques Roadshow

A 160-year-old landscape painting of the Kanawha Valley was appraised at $250,000 during an Antiques Roadshow event Saturday in Charleston, W.Va.

The painting by Edward Beyer shows the town of Charleston, the Kanawha River and the green hills beyond. The painting was created in 1854, before West Virginia became a state.

The painting's owner told the Charleston Gazette that her grandfather won the painting, after being one of a group of local businessmen who commissioned it.

When a Gift Keeps on Giving: Antiques Roadshow

May 18, 2014
Courtesy of Jeffrey Dunn

Antiques Roadshow: Greatest Gifts, Monday May 19 at 9 p.m. on West Virginia PBS

Have you ever received a special gift, an item handed down in the family or something rare, selected especially for you? Imagine what it must feel like to pack your treasure up and take it to the Antiques Roadshow and find out that there's much more to the back story about your present! In this special program, Antiques Roadshow looks back at memorable appraisals featuring items that the guests received as presents.

Antiques Roadshow 2014 Tour Includes Charleston, W.Va.

Jan 6, 2014

Antiques Roadshow, West Virginia PBS’s most-watched primetime series, has announced its Summer 2014 Tour destinations, including its first  stop in West Virginia.

The show is scheduled to come to Charleston's Civic Center on Aug. 16.

"Our mission is to tell West Virginia's story, and this visit from Antiques Roadshow will help that story reach millions of viewers," said Scott Finn, executive director of West Virginia Public Broadcasting. "We West Virginians love our history, and this should be a spectacular show.”

Antiques Roadshow has just announced their 2014 tour dates, and Charleston, W.Va. will be their last stop!

The live event is scheduled for August 16 at the Charleston Civic Center.

This is a big deal for West Virginia Public Broadcasting and for fans who've been asking for Antiques Roadshow to come to West Virginia for years.