Plus: Over 220 million US records added to TheGenealogist; Ancestry publishes Irish police pension records; Reading's Museum of English Rural Life reopens
The family history subscription site has published three significant collections of death records, census returns and immigration papers from across the pond
Sue Johnston narrates a documentary about the rise and fall of Britain's dockyards, while there's a chance to revisit Sheridan Smith's entertaining 2014 episode of WDYTYA?
The Welsh singer has appeared in a new BBC Radio 2 programme, looking at some of the ancestral tales that inspired his latest album
Plus: Early traveller registers hit Findmypast; FIBIS transcribes passenger records; Ancestry adds Dorset apprenticeships; Antiques Roadshow episode to remember the Holocaust
Residents of The Victorian Slum endure the economic crisis of the 1870s, while a Channel 5 documentary looks at the incredible story behind the Forth Rail Bridge
Using the latest genetic testing technology, the newly launched Living DNA service can reveal a person’s ancestral connections to 80 worldwide regions – including 21 in the British Isles
Plus: Postal Museum archive set to close next month; IGRS adds 10,000 new entries to Early Irish Births Index; Oxford Dictionary of National Biography expands
New living history series The Victorian Slum finally hits our screens, while there's a chance to revisit Helen Hunt's outing on the stateside version of Who Do You Think You Are?
Historic records of doctors, dentists, midwives and medical students held by London's Wellcome Library can now be searched on Ancestry
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