Antiques Roadshow comes to RAF Marham
Fiona Bruce and the BBC team head to Norfolk base for a day of filming
Crowds are expected at RAF Marham on Wednesday as the BBC's Antiques Roadshow arrives.
The popular programme returns to Norfolk and was last in the area at Oxburgh Hall in 2008 when a collection of advertising posters was valued at �15,000.
Presenter Fiona Bruce will be joined by the experts at the base and members of the public will need photo identification to be admitted at Crash Gate 5 from 9.30am.
Among the experts will be David Battie, Eric Knowles and Bunny Campione who will be among the team offering advice and valuations to visitors.
'I often look at the queue first thing and say a quiet prayer that there really are interesting pieces in all those bags. Amazingly we still keep finding fascinating pieces - and some of the best aren't necessarily the most valuable,' said series editor Simon Shaw.
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