This program beggars belief, and it goes out primetime (8pm) on a Thursday. For those who haven't seen it, its Antiques Roadshow featuring the s t our parents bought or the s t we bought 10 years ago. So it's a car boot sale, minus the cars. Tonight's was a total train-crash. I could barely watch for the sound of clashing metal. The first member of public brings on a priceless..........mincer. Yep, a manual, cast-iron, clamp-on-the-kitchen-table MINCER. She then proclaims, repeatedly, of how it was bought in the 50s and it's an original. If you seen a mincer recently, this one was EXACTLY the same. The valuation: £25. Repeat - primetime on a Thursday. More horrors were to follow. Some 30something male and a ratty suitcase of equally ratty, unboxed, Star Wars crud. Like that's not common. None of it was valued save some stormtrooper figure who's trousers were the wrong colour, making it 'collectable'.......A woman with a couple of glass fruit bowls she bought from a charity shop and still had not appreciated in value. 20th Century Roadshow - the worst program of the 21st Century. Those BBC cutbacks can't come soon enough.