As usual, before my weekly pilgrimage to a fine hostelry where there is a good quiz :clap: there is naff all on the telly, so I am reduced to watching the Antiques Roadshow A woman produces two Indian carvings that are believed to be Circa 2nd - 3rd Century AD. She quickly explains that they belonged to her father who had them valued in 1970 at The British Museum. After some small talk the expert tells her that they were originally part of a much larger work, and in a polite manner explains that there were removed without the owners permission. (Read nicked). The expert then goes on to tell the "owner" that having dome some digging on The British Museum website, that one of them called a kneeling Ghandari, was in fact an exhibit at the Museum, and was last seen in 1914. The woman is speechless for a while, and the bloke says, "Maybe you should write to The British Museum and let them know that they are in your possession" Her reply " I would really like to keep them" D'oh He says "I wouldn't as 6 million people know now that you own something that has been looted twice" Certainly the First time and probably the last time that I will ever laugh at the Antiques Roadshow. Still whiled away a couple of minutes as Will The Sec turned up at the abode, and I rewound it ( on Sky+ ) so that he could enjoy the historic moment too.