Fake Britain - Netflix

By: Editor On: Tue 25 June 2019
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Series which reveals the extent of fake goods in the UK and investigates the conmen who are trying to get their hands on your money & first aired on BBC, 1 March 8, 2010.

Each weekday episode last 45 minutes, but the BBC show a 30 minute reduced episode on Monday nights at 19:30.

Fake Britain - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 2010-03-08

Fake Britain - Fake or Fortune? - Netflix

Fake or Fortune? is a BBC One television series which examines the provenance and attribution of notable artworks. Since the first series aired in 2011, Fake or Fortune? has drawn audiences of 5 million viewers in the UK, the highest for an arts show in that country. Fake or Fortune? was created by art dealer and art historian Philip Mould and producer Simon Shaw, inspired by Mould’s book Sleuth (2009) which was the programme’s working title during the development phase. It is co-presented by Mould and journalist Fiona Bruce, with specialist research carried out by Dr. Bendor Grosvenor during the first five seasons. Forensic analysis and archival research is carried out by various fine art specialists. Each series first aired on BBC One, except the third series accidentally first aired on SVT. The sixth series began in August 2017.

Fake Britain - Series 3 (2014) - Netflix

The third series features four episodes. The first episode was first shown on 27 December 2013, on Sweden's SVT, with episodes 2 and 3 shown in the following weeks. Philip Mould described the appearance on Swedish television weeks ahead of the British premiere as a “weird BBC World cock-up”. SVT on its website described the programme at the time as a “Brittisk dokumentärserie från 2012” (British documentary from 2012). Works featured in series 3

Fake Britain - References - Netflix

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