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January 6th: Art pottery including Roseville, and locally made Paul Revere Pottery. Also Eldred Wheeler furniture and more.

January 13th: The ‘Space Race’ of the 1950’s-60’s and its collectibles, and local moments in radio history!

January 20th: Discussing some great imagery of the 20th Century that were often discarded after its use, including movie theatre lobby cards and rock concert posters.

January 27th: Girl Scout’s cookies time of the year…let’s look at GS collectibles. Also…1724…1824…1924…2024. What does it mean to “Party Like It’s 1824” ?

February 3rd: Interview with guest Bill Belvin regarding Native American ‘points’ and the archaeology that yields to their discovery. And much more…

February 10th: Guests Carl Pratt and Carrie Hunter discuss antique bottles and bottle digging, and more.

February 17th: In honor of Nat’l. Ferris Wheel Day, let’s discuss the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair where it all started.

February 24th: Vintage nightclub memorabilia, antique carousel horses, and much more – it was an eclectic show!

March 2nd: It’s the birthday of Dr. Seuss! Also a review of our Marine Auction featuring the collection of Peter Goldstein, and much more.

March 9th: Quilt artist Joe Cunningham joins us for an interview. His work will be on display at the Cahoon Museum this summer.

March 16th: Onsite live appraisals from the Duxbury Antique Show, and a discussion of golf antiques.

March 23rd: Dale Chihuly glass, mechanical banks, and German antiques…a variety of topics this week.

March 30th: Civil War topics with Eric Mulak and a discussion with Chip Hill regarding his collection of “The Waltons” television show memorabilia.

April 6th: Sports photography with Scott Gaynor, A.I. in the antiques business, and goings-on in Plymouth as discussed with the Plymouth Antiquarian Society Director Walter Powell.

April 20th: With the 250th anniversary of the Battle of Lexington & Concord, we play an interview with Mike Welch, a Revolutionary War reenactment actor.

April 27th: A potpourri of topics including a review of upcoming collections with Bill Bourne.

May 4th: Happy Star Wars Day! We discuss the film franchise and its collectibles, plus vintage machines like the Edison stock ticker and more!

May 11th: Mother’s Day weekend topics, interview with Heather Mead from Heritage Museums &Gardens and more.

May 18th: Spring is all about life, but today we discuss death 😬…at least in the way of “tombstone tourism”. What can we learn from gravestones? Tune in to find out.

May 25th: Memorial Day, the gold and jewelry market, prohibition-era bootleggers…how much more varied could a show be?

June 8th: In-studio guest Mark Jacobson from the Alden House Historic Site in Duxbury. And as always…topics pertaining to the antiques and arts world with local perspective!

June 15th: FlagDay and Father’s Day discussions, plus an interview with Stephen O’Neill of the Hanover Historical Society.

June 22nd: JT Kett joins us for a discussion on antique tools and their marketplace, Summer Solstice and more.

June 29th: An interview with Donna Curtin from the Pilgrim Hall Museum and the start of July 4th week – Patriotic topics!

July 6th: Continuing Patriotic topics and a discussion with Scott Gaynor about paper and ephemera.