Antiques Roadshow fans livid as show pulled from BBC One in major schedule shake-up | The Sun

ANTIQUES Roadshow fans have been left fuming as the show has been pulled from BBC One in a huge schedule shake-up.

The programme usually airs at 8pm on Sunday evenings on BBC One.

However, the latest episode was not in its usual slot last night.

Viewers had to switch over to BBC Two to catch Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team.

The broadcaster was making room for hit reality game show, Survivor, which made its comeback after 20 years.

Because of Joel Dommett's new version of the iconic noughties competition series, Antiques Roadshow has been forced to change channels for the foreseeable future.

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Next week’s episode will also be airing on BBC Two.

Fans were outraged that their favourite show had been moved.

Taking to X/Twitter, one wrote: Antiques Roadshow has been relegated to BBC2 for this rubbish of people behaving like Tom Hanks in Castaway no doubt for lots of money, Survivor UK on BBC1."

A second complained: "And on a Sunday night too!! They’ve jilted Antiques roadshow for this."

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A third fumed: "What the f**k Sunday without Antiques Roadshow is like going for a poo and no toilet paper left."

A fourth raged: "There's no Antiques Roadshow on BBC1 this evening? THE DAY IS RUINED!"

A fifth exclaimed: "Very naughty Antiques Roadshow is on BBC two hope that's not gonna keep happening now."

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