The executive producer of Antiques Roadshow Marsha Bemko reveals that she was planning a trip for Antiques Roadshow to Alaska for a long time and her plan succeeded.
She said, “It’s been everything we’ve hoped,” She also reveals that the day was spent well, she said, “An excellent day here; thousands of people did turn up, and we saw some great things.”
“I wouldn’t have known about this item — I’m from Boston — but we saw Susan Butcher’s trophy,” she also reveals the price of the trophy, “A trophy that she received, that we appraised for $100,000.”
The producer talked about what she learned on Tuesday’s program at Alaska. She reveals that the Bucher, who dominated the Last Great Race from the late 80s to 90s, is an Iditarod champion.
The producer of the PBS series said, “That’s what I love about Roadshow,” and explains that she learns some different things from each trip. “Maybe all of you here know that, but most of us don’t.”
“We are going to make three hours of television from here that will air sometime next year on Alaska Public Media, sometime between January and the end of May.”
“Just like we hold up a big trout, measure it, get a picture,” Keno said.“Just like that, it’s gone. It might come back, right? But these things are like that; they change ownership. They’re catch and release. That’s why I love it. And you never know when a big trophy might turn up.”
This season is the 28th season of the show, but this is very exciting as it is the first time that the series is featuring the episodes in the Last Frontier. (External link: Alaskasnewssource)