TELEVISION presenter Giles Brandreth was at Stonehenge this morning filming for an episode of the BBC’s The One Show.

Brandreth was interviewing Ben Marshall from Salisbury-based chartered surveyors Woolley & Wallis about one of the biggest deals in the firm’s history – the sale of the iconic stones.

A hundred years ago landowner Cecil Chubb bought Stonehenge and donated it to the nation.

Former Amesbury mayor Andy Rhind-Tutt, whose great- grandfather was at the auction, was also interviewed.