BBC reveals WDYTYA? 2015 running order

By Jon Bauckham, 5 August 2015 - 2:29pm

The brand-new series of Who Do You Think You Are? will kick off on Thursday 13 August at 9pm on BBC One. Scroll down to see the full episode schedule...

Former model Jerry Hall explores her English ancestry in an episode set for broadcast on Thursday 10 September

Get your diaries out!

Five weeks after the celebrities set to trace their roots in the 12th series of Who Do You Think You Are? were first made public, the BBC has now confirmed the order in which their episodes will be broadcast.

Kicking off with Paul Hollywood on 13 August, the BBC One series will be shown on Thursday evenings at 9pm for the following nine weeks.

Although the below schedule may still be subject to change, Frances de la Tour’s story is set to close the series on 15 October.

  • 13 August: Paul Hollywood
  • 20 August: Jane Seymour
  • 27 August: Derek Jacobi
  • 3 September: Jerry Hall
  • 10 September: Gareth Malone
  • 17 September: Anne Reid
  • 24 September: Frank Gardner
  • 1 October: Anita Rani
  • 8 October: Mark Gatiss
  • 15 October: Frances de la Tour

We’ll be producing exclusive behind-the-scenes features and interviews throughout the series, so keep your eyes on the Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine homepage for the latest updates.

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UPDATE (5/8/15): Please note that there will no longer be a break between Derek Jacobi and Jerry Hall's episodes on Thursday 3 September. The series will instead run for 10 consecutive weeks, ending with Frances de La Tour's episode on Thursday 15 October, not Thursday 22 October as previously advertised.

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