BBC Radio 4's Tracing Your Roots needs your help!

By mattelton, 20 July 2011 - 10:33am

BBC Radio 4's genealogy series Tracing Your Roots is back in September to help solve your family history mysteries – and the show needs your help

Wednesday 20 July, 2011
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The Tracing Your Roots team hard at work on last year's series © Tracing Your Roots

BBC Radio 4's genealogy series Tracing Your Roots is back in September to help solve your family history mysteries and punch a hole in those brick walls.

This series, the team are particularly keen to shed light on mysteries involving money: has your family had a case in chancery, or has money appeared or disappeared strangely?

Or perhaps there's been an intriguing name change as you look back in your family tree, or you've uncovered an ancestor who was confined against their will somewhere: not for a crime, but maybe in an asylum, convent or other institution.

If you think you have a story, the team would love to hear from you. To submit your story, please email details to tracingyourroots@bbc.co.uk or send a letter to Tracing Your Roots, BBC, The Tun, Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, EH8 8PJ.

 

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Tracing Your Roots will back on BBC Radio 4 on Tuesday 13 September at 4pm

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