A VINTAGE boutique in Clydebank will be appearing on TV screens across the UK as part of the long-running BBC programme Antiques Road Trip.

A camera crew was at Kean on Antiques, in Fleming Court, to film for the show, which features antiques experts who set off on a road trip in search of treasures to sell at auction.

Ryan Kean, 32, who has always loved antiques, opened the shop four years ago. He and his partner Leonie Doyle, 39, run the store and love working in it.

Leonie said: “I really enjoy chatting to people, the items are interesting, and it’s generally interesting types of people who like antiques.”

Antique expert Phillip Serrell visited the vintage store on April 24, in a classic car, a 1960s Jaguar saloon.

He bought two items, which cannot be revealed, to compete against another expert at auction in order to see who makes the most profit.

The episode doesn’t yet have a broadcast date and could take up to a year to reach screens.

Kean on Antiques has featured on the show once before and got a lot of screen time after two experts visited and bought seven items and made a good profit.

Ryan and Leonie, who are from Clydebank, said they got a lot of business and publicity from appearing, and enjoyed hearing about their home town on the show.

Leonie added: “Last time they said a wee bit about Clydebank. It showed them driving about the town, showed the Titan Crane, and mentioned the Singer factory, so that was really nice.”

The highest Antiques Road Trip profit was a rare antique camera, bought for just £60 and then sold for £20,000.

Antique expert Paul Laidlaw made the find while shopping for curios and collectables in Margate, Kent.

For more information about Ryan’s shop, visit Kean On Antiques on Facebook.