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Antiques Roadshow hit by complaints as viewers fume over presenter Fiona Bruce

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The BBC has set the record straight about Fiona Bruce's role on Antiques Roadshow after some fans made complaints. The series, featuring the presenter, is currently being repeated on BBC One, with new episodes expected later this year.

Since joining the programme in 2008, Fiona Bruce has become a beloved and prominent figure in our television lives. However, some followers of the show have voiced concern that Fiona is monopolising too much attention, with tweets suggesting that "Antiques Roadshow is even more about Fiona Bruce than before." One fan posed the question: "When are they going to go the whole hog and rename it Fiona Bruce's Antiques Roadshow?" Meanwhile, another shared a gif of people leaving a room, accompanying it with a caption: "Fiona: Time for my favourite part of the show ...

everyone else at home:..", reports the Daily Record. Nevertheless, the BBC confirmed earlier this year that Antiques Roadshow would hit the road again during the summer to shoot its 47th series, with Fiona returning as host.

In light of the announcement, Fiona expressed her enthusiasm: "A new series of the Antiques Roadshow begins again and I, for one, can't wait." The seasoned presenter added: "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.

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