IF YOU'VE got an antique just sat gathering dust in your house, nows the time to see if you can make a penny or two out of it.

BBC One's popular Sunday evening programme is headed to the West Somerset Railway today, (Wednesday, May 17).

Presenter Fiona Bruce and the team of experts will be at Minehead Railway Station from 9.30am to 4.30pm, we'll be there bringing you photos and stories from the day, so make sure you come say hello.

Entry is free, everyone is welcome and no tickets or pre-registration is required.

Many of Britain's leading antiques and fine arts specialists will be on hand to offer free advice and valuations to visitors, who are being invited to raid their attics and take along their family heirlooms, household treasures and car boot sale bargains.

Fiona Bruce said: "The best part of working on Antiques Roadshow is that we never know who or what is going to turn up on the day.

"The visitors, the objects they bring, their stories and the location all combine to make a fabulous experience that we aim to capture for the viewers.

"If you are a fan of Antiques Roadshow, curious to see behind the scenes, or just fancy a day out, I would urge you to dig out your treasures and come along - we'd love to see you."

Antiques Roadshow will be at Minehead on the 40th anniversary of the very first programme, when the cameras rolled at Hereford Town Hall on May 17, 1977.