Plus: Findmypast publishes Northamptonshire records; New family history journal to launch in April; Free Irish documents and photographs go online
BBC journalist Sophie Raworth rounds off the 13th series of Who Do You Think You Are?, while Jeremy Paxman explores the history and heritage of Britain's longest river
We're offering readers the chance to purchase a pair of tickets for Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE at the Birmingham NEC for just £26 
Terms and conditions for the WDYTYA? LIVE competition that appears in the April 2017 issue (#124)
Andy Denholm wants relatives of the men listed on Tursdale War Memorial to be present when it is unveiled following restoration later this year
Plus: Marriage registers could be "replaced"; Findmypast adds Norfolk Bishop's Transcripts; Conwy Culture Centre gets green light; Genealogist seeks families of County Durham soldiers
We may have to wait another week for Sophie Raworth's WDYTYA?, but there are still plenty of TV highlights to enjoy, including the series finale of Further Back in Time for Dinner
Plus: Jewish children's WW1 stories go online; ScotlandsPeople to appear at WDYTYA? LIVE; British Newspaper Archive hits 18 million mark; MyHeritage launches tree accuracy tool
Sunetra Sarker reconnects with her Bengali roots in the penultimate episode of WDYTYA? series 13, while there's a chance to watch 2015 film Testament of Youth
Plus: TheGenealogist adds Cumbria, Essex and Norfolk records; Free Irish genealogy 'toolkit' hits the web; WDYTYA? LIVE talks due to be revealed; Mental health records go online
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