The BBC has released images from an upcoming episode of a hit TV series that was filmed in Norfolk. 

Presented by Alan Carr, Interior Design Masters sees a group of amateur interior designers compete over eight weeks to win the chance to create their own line of home furnishings.

Eastern Daily Press: The interior designers with Alan Carr and Michelle OgundehinThe interior designers with Alan Carr and Michelle Ogundehin (Image: BBC)

Each week, the designers are given challenges to revamp a range of commercial spaces across the country, including activity centres at Chester Zoo, dressing rooms at Wembley and holiday lodges at Blenheim Palace.

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During the first episode, the challenge will be to turn a section of the former All Hallows Convent in Ditchingham into a stylish B&B.  

Eastern Daily Press: Francesca Kletz studied her MA in NorfolkFrancesca Kletz studied her MA in Norfolk (Image: BBC)

Francesca Kletz, one of the designers on the show, said: “I did my MA in Norfolk and love the countryside in that part of the country so was so excited to spend a very sunny week in Norfolk at the convent doing crafts and DIY.

"It definitely felt like a very special first episode challenge and the results of all the rooms are so different and unique that I think it’s going to make really incredible viewing.”

Eastern Daily Press: Abigail Ahern and Michelle Ogundehin will judge the first episodeAbigail Ahern and Michelle Ogundehin will judge the first episode (Image: BBC)The Grade II listed building was previously used as a House of Mercy in the 1800s to support ‘fallen women’ and then later as a refuge, hospital, school and nursery.

The convent closed in 2018 after 150 years and was taken over by Norfolk-based homeless charity, Emmaus, with plans to convert the building into a B&B. 

The episode will air next Tuesday at 8pm on BBC One.