The host of a popular BBC TV series focused on upcycling used items was spotted in Marlow ahead of a new episode set in the town.

Jacqui Joseph - who has also presented on Lorraine and Loose Woman - was spotted alongside a cameraman by the Thames in Marlow on Tuesday, March 26, to film a new episode of BBC One's Money for Nothing.

The series, which first aired on BBC One in 2015, takes items that other people have disposed of and transforms them into quirky and desirable new creations.

Justin Whelan, who lives in Marlow, said Jacqui and the crew were shooting with him last week - after he had to postpone twice due to flooding in the area.

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Justin said: “The filming was originally planned for mid-February, but I had to ask them to postpone twice because of flooding.

“I wonder when people will realise that we are being impacted by climate change right now.”

He added that while he didn’t want to “spoil the surprise” of what the episode is about, watchers can expect something to do with “pirate treasure”.

Will you be watching when the episode airs later this year?