As TV presenter Guy Martin prepares to present a documentary on Doncaster's Vulcan bomber this weekend, we look back into the archives to uncover some other big names who've visited down the years.
1. BARBARA KNOX
Coronation Street favourite Rita was in town back in 1998 to open a new branch of Thorntons where she happily signed autographs for fans.
2. LIZ DAWN AND BILL TARMEY
Fellow Street stars Vera and Jack Duckworth came to Doncaster in 1997 to re-open the Corn Exchange after the devastating fire which destroyed the building.
3. CHRIS DE BURGH
The Lady In Red singer performed a concert in the unlikeliest of settings in 1999 - the Asda car park on Bawtry Road. 4,000 fans were there on a freezing cold night as he performed hits from the back of a truck.
4. THE HAIRY BIKERS
Dave Myers and Si King are regular visitors to our town - filming their cookery show here and taking part in book signings - while Dave recently filmed a new series The Hairy Builder at the Mansion House, which will be screened in the New Year.
5. PAUL HUDSON
Look North weatherman Paul Hudson has taken part in several book signings in Doncaster down the years - he was at Waterstones in 2011 to sign copies of a publication entitled Frozen Britain.
6. KATIE PRICE
The Frenchgate Centre came to a standstill when glamour model Katie Price, also known as Jordan, met thousands of fans at a WHSmith book signing in 2010.
7. AMANDA LAMB
Glamorous TV presenter Amanda Lamb turned heads when she filmed an episode of Channel 5 cookery show Street Market Chefs in the Market Place in 2010.
8. JESSE MCCLURE
Storage Hunters star Jesse McClure is one of the most recent visitors to Doncaster - he was at the Corn Exchange to meet fans earlier this year.
9. CHRIS EVANS
The Radio 2 DJ, TFI Friday host and new Top Gear presenter was pictured alongside the statue at Robin Hood Airport during a flying visit last year.
10. KELLY HARRISON
Doncaster born actress Kelly Harrison, who starred as paramedic Nikki in BBC hospital drama Casualty, was on home soil in 2004 when she carried out the opening duties at Bell Brothers in the Frenchgate Centre.