05 March 2015

Deputy editor Claire Vaughan is looking forward to hearing Alistair McGowan's experiences of making his episode, at WDYTYA? Live

26 February 2015

Deputy editor Claire Vaughan explores a free collection of endangered records

19 February 2015

Deputy editor Claire Vaughan serves up five top tricks to help you find elusive forebears

12 February 2015

Deputy editor Claire Vaughan is excited about the possibility of quicker and cheaper BMD information for England and Wales

11 February 2015

With budget cuts continuing to put archive services at risk of closure, Alan Crosby argues that Friends organisations are now needed more than ever before

29 January 2015

Editor Sarah Williams was delighted to find a family history treasure amidst the Aladdin's Cave of AbeBooks

22 January 2015

Struggling to find that missing marriage? Baffled by a burial? Editor Sarah Williams shares her top sites for accessing parish records online

08 January 2015

Editor Sarah Williams shares her five tips for starting your family history research without spending any money

18 December 2014

Editor Sarah Williams signs off for 2014 with a list of family history releases and events she is looking forward to over the next 12 months

11 December 2014

Family historians must raise their voices against the savage cuts to library and archive services

20 November 2014

Deputy editor Claire Vaughan explores the new Devon records release from Findmypast and is rewarded with a missing baptism

13 November 2014

With more wills going online, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams shares her 12 favourite websites for tracking down your ancestors' last wishes

30 October 2014

Rifling through her family's stamp collection has made editor Sarah Williams realise that the hobby has more in common with genealogy than she thought

23 October 2014

While away on maternity leave, a chance message from a fellow user helped deputy editor Claire Vaughan break down a brick wall

04 September 2014

After an enjoyable trip north of the border last week, staff writer Jon Bauckham is already looking forward to WDYTYA? Live's next venture in Birmingham

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