The new UK series of Who Do You Think You Are comes to our screens on Thursday 7th August, BBC1, with the first episode featuring actress Julie Walters. Her story is traced back to County Mayo in Ireland, and the formation of the Land League.Further details via the Radio Times at http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/czt28p/who-do-you-think-you-are–series-11—1-julie-waltersChrisNow available for UK research is the new second edition of the best selling Tracing Your Family History on the InternetSee all stories on this topic
The latest podcast from the National Archives at Kew (www.nationalarchives.gov.uk) is entitled Annual lecture of the Pipe Roll Society (2014): Formal record and courtroom reality in 13th and 14th century England, a 50 minute talk by Prof. Paul Bland. The podcast can be heard for free at http://media.nationalarchives.gov.uk/index.php/annual-lecture-pipe-roll-society-2014/ or downloaded from iTunes.ChrisNow available for UK research is the new second edition of the best selling Tracing Your FamilySee all stories on this topic
BBC Radio Scotland will be broadcasting a one off Digging Up Your Roots edition, presented by Bill Whiteford, at 11.05am on Sunday 3rd August, to be themed on past emigration to Commonwealth countries.For further details visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04cfh70.ChrisNow available for UK research is the new second edition of the best selling Tracing Your Family History on the Internet: A Guide for Family Historians, whilst my new book British and Irish Newspapers is also now out. And pleasSee all stories on this topic
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