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‘¡Colores!’ goes behind-the-scenes at the ‘Antiques Roadshow’

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From left, Aaron Sena of New Mexico PBS and Jeffrey Elias of “Antiques Roadshow” at Museum Hill in Santa Fe. (Courtesy of New Mexico PBS)

More than 3,000 people showed up last June when “Antiques Roadshow” made a stop in Santa Fe at Museum Hill.

New Mexico PBS had its crew behind “¡Colores!” there to capture behind-the-scenes footage.

The episode will air at 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, on New Mexico PBS, channel 5.1.

The PBS series “Antiques Roadshow” made a stop in Santa Fe for its annual tour and 27th season in June. The episodes will begin airing on Monday, Jan. 23.

It was the first time the series had been back on the road since the beginning of the pandemic.

The “Roadshow” features local antique owners who bring in items to be appraised by experts, where the provenance, history and value of the items are discussed.

Michael Kamins, “¡Colores!” executive producer, says he didn’t know what to expect during the event.

“What really struck me is how spectacular of an event it was,” Kamins says. “We were filming people showing up with their treasures. It seemed like everyone was ready to have a good time.”

Kamins hopes that the episode will be able to convey that feeling to those who weren’t able to go.

“We went the first day and we interviewed (‘Antiques Roadshow’ producer) Marsha Bemko to get the history of the series,” he says. “Then we went through the next day’s events with an appraiser and saw first-hand how it all goes down. We get to see locks of Napoleon’s hair.”

Kamins says the crew worked by filming the event by foot and by air.

“We had drones going to capture the overall scope of the event,” he says. “It’s a nice way to share with our PBS audience.”

Read more about the “Antiques Roadshow” stop in Santa Fe.

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