A TREASURED glimpse of an Inverkeithing business was captured this week when it starred on the BBC's Antique Road Trip show.

The programme's experts, Natasha Raskin Sharp and Steven Moore, stopped off to bag some bargains from Flemings Furniture and Antique Centre last year and the visit aired on Thursday afternoon.

During the programme, Natasha nabbed an unusual piece of studio pottery from the West Fife store while Steven came away with a set of silver teaspoons, a hand-decorated pot and four spirit flasks after being advised expertly by shop assistant Sandra Heritage.

It was not the first time Flemings has featured on the show and owner Barbara Fleming was delighted to see the return of the television crew.

"They have been a few times now," she said. "They came last year just after the lockdown. We were closed from the Monday they came so they had the place to themselves.

"They gave us a phone the week before and asked if we were there and they just come in and do all the filming and we basically open cabinets and stuff when they want in.

"It is very exciting and it is good for business for us. They love it when they come – we have got the cafe now so they always get fed.

"It is a bit of glamour coming to Inverkeithing and keeps Inverkeithing on the map."

Antiques Road Trip airs on weekdays at 4.30pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.