Plus: Medal Index Cards join TheGenealogist; Ancestry uploads First World War unit diaries; Affleck ancestor 'censored' from genealogy show; Documentary series seeks reunited relatives
BBC One will be broadcasting live coverage of Saturday's service at the Cenotaph to mark 100 years since the start of the Gallipoli Campaign
Family historians from far and wide travelled to the Birmingham NEC for the annual Who Do You Think You Are? Live show on 16-18 April
Ancestry has made millions of historic Midlands records available for free to mark this year's WDYTYA? Live show in Birmingham. But hurry, the offer ends on Saturday!
Plus: Australian prisoner snaps added to Findmypast; Harvard embarks on manorial records project; FFHS appoints chair; IWM cuts research hours
The Quizeum heads to the Museum of London, while there's a chance to see Patsy Kensit receive the Who Do You Think You Are? treatment
Plus: Free maps go online; Findmypast adds school records; Rate books hit web; Guild of One-Name Studies appoints new Chairman
The tension is ramped up in Banished as the series draws to a close, while Fergal Keane takes a look at the First World War from a unique aerial perspective
The Irish government has finally restored access to the country's historic birth, marriage and death indexes, several months after the entire resource was taken offline due to security fears
The National Library of Scotland has digitised thousands of maps covering Buckinghamshire, Essex, Kent, London, Surrey and Sussex
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