BBC film crews have descended on Lancashire this week to film a brand new series that is hosted by Dominic Littlewood.

Earlier this month, Dominic’s stopped off at Preston Myerscough College and University Centre's Lee Farm.

He also spoke to tutors at the education centre as well as representatives from Lancashire Police.

While Myerscough College and University Centre has remained tight-lipped about specific details they have shared ‘behind the scenes' pictures of the day.

The BBC will release more details about the 'mystery show' in "due course".

Lancashire Telegraph: David Singleton, Dominic Littlewood and Guy HamlettDavid Singleton, Dominic Littlewood and Guy Hamlett

PR and media representiative, Dave Salmon, said: “Dominic actually came a couple of weeks ago, the day before the Jubilee bank holiday weekend. 

“Our episode focuses on rural crime and prevention. We had Dom driving round on a quad bike and a tractor, and we also did filmed some stuff on our sheepdogs.”

What do tractors and sheepdogs have to do with crime prevention? We can find out when the series airs at a future date. 

Lancashire Telegraph: BBC crews filming a new crime prevention series in PrestonBBC crews filming a new crime prevention series in Preston

In the snaps, Dominic can be seen talking to agriculture tutor, David Singleton,as well as Sgt Guy Hamlett from Wyre's local policing team.

Lancashire Telegraph: Dominic Littlewood speaking to David Singleton and Guy HamlettDominic Littlewood speaking to David Singleton and Guy Hamlett

Dominic is a British journalist and television presenter who specialises in consumer protection.

He is best known for his roles with BBC and Channel 5, presenting programmes such as Fake Britain, Cowboy Builders, Saints and Scroungers and Don't Get Done, Get Dom.

Founded in 1894, Myerscough College is one of the oldest further education colleges in Lancashire, beginning as a cheesemaking school and becoming one of the UK's largest land-based and sports colleges in the country.

It offers a wide range of courses in agriculture, animals, sports and a range of animal and land related industries.

The BBC has been approached for comment about the new show.