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Yes, all treasures are welcome in the National Treasures project! It continues Sunday. ... See MoreSee Less

National Treasures comes to Dublin this Sunday at 6:30pm on RTÉ One. What hidden treasures will be revealed?

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National Treasures today at 6:30pm on RTÉ One

Sunday at 6:30pm on RTÉ ONE
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National Treasures continues today at 6:30pm on RTÉ One! #nationaltreasures

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National Treasures comes to Ulster this Sunday at 6:30pm on RTÉ One! ... See MoreSee Less

National Treasures comes to Ulster this Sunday at 6:30 pm on RTÉ One. Check out the promo from this weekend's episode! From a fifty year-old un-opened Easter egg to smuggled porn mags, it's set to be an unforgettable episode.

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A great review of last nights episode of National Treasures from the Irish Times. That was our exact pitch. Make sure to watch it on RTE player.

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Make sure to catch the National Treasures project on the Late Late Show tonight! ... See MoreSee Less

Make sure to tune into the The Late Late Show tonight and catch some of the amazing objects revealed by the National Treasures project!

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Check out a clip from this Sunday’s episode of National Treasures! RTÉ One at 6:30pm ... See MoreSee Less

// NEW // National Treasures tells the story of Ireland over the past 100 years through the ordinary objects treasured by families, Sunday 6.30pm.

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National Treasures kicks off this Sunday On RTÉ One at 6:30pm! ... See MoreSee Less

National Treasures beings this Sunday at 6:30pm on RTÉ One and we literally cannot wait. A unique television series created by you, make sure to tell your family and friends to tune in!

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A real Easter treasure from the National Treasures project. Only one week to start of the series on RTÉ One! ... See MoreSee Less

"Unopened Easter Egg from 1959. My grandmother, Eileen Dignam intended to give this Easter egg to her daughter, Olive. Olive was in hospital at the time suffering from Consumption. Sadly, she died 3 weeks before Easter. My granny kept it until her death, she didn't have the heart to throw it away. I have kept it since them in memory of my aunt." Thanks to Terry Goldsmith Add your object to the story of modern Ireland by visiting wwww.nationaltreasures.ie

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