The BBC has issued an update on Fiona Bruce's future after many fans complained about the Antiques Roadshow presenter. The Question Time presenter joined Antiques Roadshow back in 2008 and has become one of the most well-known faces on our screens, writes The Mirror.However, some viewers have claimed that Fiona is 'hogging the limelight', suggesting on social media that "Antiques Roadshow is even more about Fiona Bruce than before.”Another said: “When are they going to go the whole hog and rename it ‘Fiona Bruce’s Antiques Roadshow?"One posted a gif of a crowd of people leaving a room and tweeted: "Fiona: Time for my favourite part of the show ...
everyone else at home:..."Despite the criticism online, the BBC has announced the Antiques Roadshow will be back on the road this summer filming the 47th series of the much-loved show - and Fiona will be back at the helm.
Responding to the news, the presenter said: “A new series of the Antiques Roadshow begins again and I, for one, can’t wait. “Travelling the length and breadth of the UK to see what the great British public have pulled out of their attics and off their shelves.
I know we’ll see items of great quality and value – but I’m always drawn in by a moving personal story too. They are what often stick longest in my memory.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk