A CLYDEBANK shop will be featured on TV as part of the new series of BBC’s Antiques Road Trip.

Vintage store “Kean on Antiques” on Fleming Court welcomed a camera crew, and antique experts Phillip Serrell and Stephanie Connell in May this year.

Ryan Kean who has always had a passion for antiques, opened the Clydebank shop four years ago – and runs it along with his partner Leonie Doyle.

The episode featuring Kean on Antiques will air on Thursday, October 3, on BBC at 4.30pm - as part of a new series.

With a starting fund of £200 each, five pairs of rival antiquers go head-to-head to seek out hidden gems and make a profit at auction.

Driving the length and breadth of the country in an array of classic cars, the competing experts visit local antique shops as well as historic and cultural sites to learn about the little-known stories behind some of the greatest events in British history.

And it won’t be the first time Kean on Antiques will have featured on the show.

The couple, who are from Clydebank themselves, said they got a lot of business and publicity from appearing before, and enjoyed hearing about their hometown.

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Leonie told the Post: “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.”

One exciting find during the new series is a rare piece of Staffordshire pottery purchased for £20, which later sells for £260.

And another lucrative discovery of buried treasure also makes hundreds of pounds at auction.

The more unusual finds to make a profit include a Victorian skirt lifter and Saxon stone coffin and one expert makes an incredible discovery in a shop’s toilet.

John Redshaw, series producer at STV Productions, said: “Our much-loved antiques experts are back on the road for the 19th series, searching high and low for weird and wonderful antiques.

“We hope that both fans and new viewers will tune in to this hugely popular show, which as always is full of laughs, friendly rivalries and lots of great characters.”

For more information about the Clydebank shop, visit Kean On Antiques on Facebook.