Deesiders can looks forward to the Antiques Roadshow coming to Balmoral later this month.
The popular BBC programme, currently presented by Fiona Bruce, will be filming at Balmoral on Thursday, July 30, with doors opening at 9:30 am and closing at 4:30 pm.
Entry to the show is free, with no pre-registration required.
Some of Britain’s leading antiques and art specialists will be on hand to give free advice and valuations.
People are invited to “bring along their family heirlooms, household treasures and carboot bargains for valuation by the experts”.
The programme has been running since 1979 and has spawned numerous internation versions.
The series began as a 1977 pilot production about a London auction house doing a tour of the West Country of England.
This was so successful, that it became the Antiques Roadshow, and the format has remained virtually unchanged ever since.
Parking will be within the estate on the grass, and cost five pounds per-car. The car parks on the A93 will be closed for the day.