From the office: Goodbye WDYTYA? Live, hello new series!

By mattelton, 7 March 2012 - 12:30pm

The Live show may only just be over, but we’re already looking ahead to the new series, says deputy editor Claire Vaughan

Wednesday, 7 March 2012
Claire Vaughan, deputy editor
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I can’t believe it’s all over (Who Do you Think You Are? Live, that is) for another year. And what a great show it was. We’ve had some inspiring feedback from visitors – from ideas for reader stories and family heroes, to requests for us to cover a specific research area in the magazine.

It’s brilliant being part of the Live show. As well as being able to meet many of you face to face and share your family history triumphs and frustrations, we also get to catch up with the Who Do You Think You Are? producers, exchange ideas and discover who the celebrities are for the next series.

Needless to say Wall to Wall have some real corkers lined up and I’m getting goose bumps already at the thought of lifting the lid on their WDYTYA? experiences.

But there’s been no time to relax and watch the dust settle after WDYTYA? Live. This week we’ve also sent the April issue to press. Out on 20 March, it comes in a bonus pack with 5 free gifts. Don’t miss it!

Top of the magazine contents list is our ultimate guide to using Familysearch.org – find out how to locate the treasures you might have missed on this ever-expanding site. Plus there are Titanic stories, the 1940 US census and bonus content for Hertfordshire to keep you busy.

If you didn’t make it to the show, but there’s a particular subject you’d love us to cover in the magazine, drop me an email.

 

 

 

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