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Since her emergence in the 1950s, "Big Eyes" artist Margaret Keane's path to worldwide fame has been an unusual one.
A bar mitzvah gift that survived the Holocaust provides a chance to remember the "Night of Broken Glass" — November 9, 1938.
After finding out his four Edward Weston photographs from 1936-1939 are worth six figures, the owner shares more about his future plans.
Appraiser David Lackey joins the podcast to discuss joining Antiques Roadshow in its very first season and a life spent collecting and dealing antiques.
Hear author Delphine Hirasuna talk about the Japanese tradition of creating a symbolic garment of protection and what happened when Japanese-American men left the internment camps to serve in the United States military during World War II.
ANTIQUES ROADSHOW visited the Japanese American Museum of San Jose to explore the beautiful and poignant art work of Japanese and Japanese Americans held at camps around the United States during World War II.
An adaptation from Hilary Mantel’s best-selling novels. Sundays, April 5-May 10 at 10/9C on MASTERPIECE.
Colorful stories of midwifery and families in London’s East End.
Historians and scientists are together rewriting the family tree of the whole human race.