TV presenter and comedian Sandi Toksvig, known for her roles on QI and in The Great British Bake Off, will be appearing at Ickworth House on Sunday night.

This will be as part of her new More4 show, The Great Big Tiny Design Challenge, which will be testing the skills of a number of amateur crafters as they renovate a derelict mini-mansion.

As part of the filming for the first episode of the show, the TV presenter took a trip to see inside the impressive Regency dining room at Ickworth.

Ickworth House, designed by Italian architect Antonio Asprucci, was built over 34 years between 1795 and 1829.

It is famed for its central rotunda but wasn't truly appreciated until recently, with past critics calling it a "huge bulk, newly arrived from another planet" and "an overgrown folly".

The first episode of the Great Big Tiny Design Challenge will air at 9pm on More4, March 27.