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Stormont Parliament Buildings and Estate 1

Episode 20 of 26

Fiona Bruce and the team are in Belfast, outside the Parliament Buildings. Treasures include diving gear associated with the Titanic.

Fiona Bruce and the team set up camp outside the iconic Parliament Buildings in Belfast, home to the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Items featured include the walking stick of Lord Haw-Haw, the traitor executed for helping the Nazis during the Second World War, while John Baddeley takes a look at some diving gear associated with the Titanic.

Can Fiona determine the changing fortunes of three books from literary masters?

Richard Price takes time out to indulge in his passion for anything Antarctic. What will he make of a first-hand account of Shackleton's expedition aboard the Endurance in 1914?

58 minutes

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Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

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    The Divine Comedy

    Absent Friends

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Role Contributor
Presenter Fiona Bruce
Executive Producer Simon Shaw
Producer Simon Brant

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Antiques Roadshow Specials

Antiques Roadshow Specials

Episodes exploring anniversaries, world changing events and popular culture.