Who do you think you are? TV presenter Emma Willis is the latest presenter to open up the history books to discover her family past and how deep her Brummie roots really are. Thursday, August 3rd, 2017 on BBC 1 from 9:00pm to 10:00pm READ MORE HERE:
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Tonight tracing their family tree and uncover facts about their heritage in the NEW BBC series is Strictly Come Dancing Judge, Craig Revel Horwood. Read more here:
BRAND NEW SERIES - Who Do You Think You Are? Thursday 6th July BBC One 9pm First to trace their family tree and uncover facts about their heritage in the NEW BBC series is actor Charles Dance. Read more here:
BAFTA-WINNING PROGRAMME ‘WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE’ IS TO RETURN TO BBC ONE SCREENS FOR ITS 14TH SERIES.
The beloved family history programme is back with another brilliant line-up of much-loved stars, uncovering hidden history by bringing their ancestors to life. The NEW series will return to BBC1 on Thursday 6 July at 9pm and air in two five-episode blocks. READ MORE HERE:
Who Do You Think You Are? Live, is the world’s largest family history show will be returning to the NEC in Birmingham next weekend from Thursday 6 – Saturday 8 April. There is only one week left to book your tickets and we have a fantastic BETTER THAN HALF PRICE offer. SEE MORE HERE:
How to… explore the Forces War Records Historic Documents archive explains how to navigate this vital resource of contemporary newspapers, magazines, photographs, publications and diaries to help you with your search.
Tired of hitting brick walls with the bigger genealogy sites? Ready to search some smaller, exclusive collections and get specialist advice on finding your military ancestors? Try Forces War Records, as recommended in this month’s issue of ‘Who Do You Think You Are’.
Keen on family history, but struggling to piece together a timeline of historical events to facilitate your search? Read on for your chance to win a reference book that could help you.
The Germans kept meticulous records of the population of the occupied Channel Islands. Read on to find out where you can peruse the Jersey records online, and how else you can find information about your Channel Islands relative.
Not sure whether it’s worth your while registering to receive the FREE first issue our monthly e-zine, Forces War Records Magazine? Here’s a bit more about what’s in it and how it could help you with your family research.
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