Pat Butcher's iconic EastEnders earrings, Craig Revel Horwood's rarely-used Strictly Come Dancing 10 panel, and a cloak from reality hit The Traitors are amongst the incredible prizes you could snap up for Red Nose Day.
Comic Relief's fundraiser is coming up on Friday, 17 March and the new Telly Treasures Giveaway campaign gives TV fans the chance to win items from their favourite shows while raising money for charity.
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Treasures available to win also include Luther's coat and tie, a Pointless winners trophy, Monty Don's wheelbarrow from Gardener's World, and items from the Motherland Christmas special wardrobe including Julia's onesie and Kevin's jumper.
Sharon Horgan and Lenny Rush launched the giveaway, which is free to enter for everyone but gives people the chance to make a donation to Comic Relief while trying to win TV memorabilia.
To win one of the TV treasures, simply go to the giveaway's website, select the items you want to win and fill in your contact details - entries close on 18 March at 11.59pm.
Props available to win include iconic items such as Pat Butcher's infamous earring collection, as well as the t-shirt Jodie Whittaker wore as the Thirteenth Doctor in Doctor Who, Graham Norton's jacket worn on his chat show, and a suit worn by Villanelle's stunt double in Killing Eve.
You can also add to your wardrobe with the Swindon shirt worn by Daisy May Cooper's character in This Country, Ethan's scrubs and stethoscope from Casualty, a Waterloo Road uniform, a pair of RuPaul's Drag Race Brit crew boxers, and a beret from the set of SAS Rogue Heroes.
Other items up for grabs include a CBeebies cushion from the set of Bedtime Stories, CBBC Hacker's dog bowl, and many other instantly familiar props from BBC shows.
Katie Taylor, commissioning editor for BBC Entertainment, said: "This is a fantastic chance for Telly Treasure hunters to win and own a bit of BBC TV magic and to help raise awareness of Comic Relief which changes the lives of people for the better."