One of BBC’s longest running shows will roll-up at Brodie Castle this summer.
The Antiques Roadshow, presented by Fiona Bruce, will be at the 16th century venue on 14 June, and locals are invited to to dig out their treasures and bring them along.
James Dean, Operations Manager at Brodie Castle, said: “As manager of a heritage treasure it is one of the ‘holy grail’ targets to have the BBC Antiques Roadshow film at your site.
“I am incredibly excited that the National Trust for Scotland’s Brodie Castle is the place that will be achieving that in June this year! It will be a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase some of the incredibly important collection and history around the Brodie family and the castle and estate and we very much look forward to welcoming the Antiques Roadshow team to Morayshire.
“I’m sure that they will have a huge number of exciting items to value from the local community.”
The event will be ticketed and you can apply here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1xm179mS31CCG49QWgL1tp2/brodie-castle-morayshire
The Antiques Roadshow was first broadcast in 1979.