Antiques Roadshow tents and film crew spotted at Ham House

  Posted: 25.06.21 at 10:49 by Ellie Brown

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Filming for Antiques Roadshow has started at Ham House!

The recognisable white tents and marquee of the popular BBC production could be seen from outside the stately home yesterday (24 June) evening.

Crew members, producers and show expert Lennox Cato could be seen leaving the site from around 6pm.

Cato confirmed to Nub News that he had been filming for the show but would sadly not be at the production today (25 June) as he is due to attend a wedding.

Ham House was announced as a venue for the 2021 series of Antiques Roadshow three months ago.

But due to the pandemic the show has been invitation only this year, and filming dates were not revealed to the public.

The popular BBC show is filming here over two days (Credit: Nub News)

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