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While the first episode could have squeezed more genealogy out of its hour-long slot, if it encourages people to start uncovering their own family history it will have fulfilled its purpose, says Kimberly Powell
To celebrate the arrival of Who Do You Think You Are? in America, we've brought down our overseas subscription rate
Alan Crosby pays a visit to Leeds' Grand Theatre, and lifts the curtain on what such buildings can reveal about the cultural lives of our ancestors
US genealogist Kimberly Powell wonders if Who Do You Think You Are? will make genealogy as popular a hobby in the US as it is in Britain.
Found your ancestor in the census but want to know more? We reveal the secrets that can help you see the bigger picture. Plus how to identify medals online, track down the migrants drawn to the gold fields of Australia and America, trace your North Yorkshire ancestors, and more...
Alan Crosby celebrates the work of Edwardian and Victorian librarians in preserving valuable documents in borough record offices around the country
Alan Crosby sets out on a journey through Britain's historical landscape, exploring the surprising role that moss has played in our rural communities
The NHS Information Centre has announced the launch of a new fee-paying service to the 1939 National Register after several high-profile appeals for access. 
Family historians can now hear and read unique first-hand accounts of Holocaust survivors thanks to the completion of a permanent online archive of interviews.
As The National Archives' Chief Executive announces she is to step down, Alan sets out his hopes for the institution's future.
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