Popular television series Antiques Roadshow will be filmed in the Westcountry.
The Sunday evening BBC1 show will record an episode for its 36th series on Exeter Cathedral Green on Thursday September 12.
Some of Britain's leading antiques and fine arts specialists will be on hand to offer free advice and valuations to visitors.
Presenter Fiona Bruce said: "Presenting the Antiques Roadshow is, for me, one of those rare and very lucky coincidences in television when you get to work on a show that you already love to watch. Exploring the human story behind every object is what makes Antiques Roadshow so fascinating. And everyone loves the agony and ecstasy of the 'what's it worth?' moment. The Antiques Roadshow isn't just about antiques – it's history, beauty and drama all wrapped up in one."
Finds in the last series included a 1680 Japanese jar bought at a car boot for less than £10 and worth £5,000; an 18th century English lidded glass goblet bought for £2 and worth £5,000; and a 1660 wine bottle found in a skip and worth £12,000.
People are encouraged to bring along their family heirlooms, household treasures and car boot bargains for inspection by the experts.