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Were your ancestors involved in some of the very earliest radio broadcasts? If so, the Science Museum wants to hear from you...
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Radio 5 Live takes a look at the British family next week, including one presenter's quest to learn more about her Irish ancestors
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Producers at TV company Endemol are looking for the owners of historic homes in need of renovation to take part in a new BBC series
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A collection of first-hand accounts detailing the experiences of Guernsey people deported during the Second World War has been uncovered for the first time
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A set of restored flood-damaged returns from the 1851 Manchester census have just gone online at Ancestry.co.uk – our deputy editor Claire shares her discoveries
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Details of thousands of people who fought in the Second Anglo-Boer War have been compiled into a single online collection for the first time
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A new BBC project is calling for family and local historians to help create a photographic archive of shops and high streets around the UK
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Genealogists will have new ways to search the most recent census available to the public following an agreement between two major family history websites
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As a new year starts, it's time to take a fresh look at your research – don't miss our expert guide to taking your family history further in 2011. Plus we explore police ancestors, celebrate 100 years of the Society of Genealogists, show you how to research the history of your house and more...
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Records detailing the medals awarded to servicemen caught up in some of the largest military campaigns in Britain’s history have been made available to explore online, some for the first time.
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