It's got to be the ultimate driving adventure, as BBC Children in Need offers someone the chance to bid for the opportunity to sit at the controls of one of the biggest cranes in the world - the huge 300-foot high Samson crane at Harland & Wolff in Belfast.
The world famous crane overlooks the longest dry dock in the world.
Sitting in a tiny glass capsule, one lucky bidder will get to press the buttons and pull levers that operate Samson and lift up loads.
This unique opportunity to drive Samson is on offer, thanks to Harland & Wolff, for BBC Children in Need. No member of the public has ever been allowed to be at the controls of the crane before, so this is truly a once in a lifetime offer to the highest bidder.
"You'll need to be agile and fit," explains BBC Northern Ireland correspondent Mike McKimm.
Mike has been filming on Samson for the BBC Children in Need event and added: "You have to scramble up a series of steep steel stairs, climb up and down vertical ladders, get in and out of tiny lifts and then sit in the control capsule hanging out in space some 300 feet off the ground. And when the crane is working the whole thing gently shakes and trembles! So you'll need a steady nerve and a seriously good head for heights."
To bid for a chance to drive Samson, you need to tune in to Hugo Duncan's Country Afternoon programme on BBC Radio Ulster this week from 1.30pm-3pm.
Bidders can call 08459 555 678 (for those calling from outside the United Kingdom call: 00 44 2890 555 678.)
Bids will be accepted on the programme until the auction hammer on this item comes down on Thursday (November 13) at 2.45pm at which stage the winner will be announced.
Viewers can find out more about this unique experience by watching a special report on tonight's (Monday, November 10) BBC Newsline on BBC One Northern Ireland at 6.30pm.
This year's BBC Children in Need is on Friday (November 14) live from the King's Hall, Belfast on BBC One Northern Ireland from 7pm, presented by Stephen Nolan and Zoe Salmon.
Last year on the night, locally BBC Children in Need raised £606,399 from pledges and donations, part of the UK total of £19,089,771 which grew to a final total of over £37m.
In Northern Ireland this year, a total of £3.2m in grants were distributed to 284 groups/organisations working with disadvantaged children and young people.
Visit bbc.co.uk/northernireland/pudsey for more information on this year's BBC Children in Need Appeal and how you can help or call for a fundraising pack on 0345 607 33 33.
To make a donation to BBC Children in Need from Northern Ireland call: 0345 7 33 22 33. For donations from the Republic of Ireland call: 0845 607 3605.