Simon Reeve continues his journey across the Emerald Isle on BBC Two, while Yesterday is repeating Graham Norton's classic WDYTYA? story
Plus: Ancestry uploads Freemasonry collection; Scottish WW1 hospital records to be catalogued; Manchester construction workers unearth cemetery
Two new collections of records now available to explore on Ancestry provide details of men that belonged to masonic lodges across England, Wales, Ireland and beyond
Plus: Ancestry adds Civil Defence Gallantry Award records; WW1 Canadian project reaches milestone; London Gazette marks 350th birthday
Dr Sam Willis uncovers terrifying stories of highwaymen in a new BBC Four series, while there's also a chance to revisit Tamzin Outhwaite's WDYTYA?
Acts of bravery during the Second World War are described in a new Ancestry release
Monty Don looks at 400 years of gardening history in a new BBC Two series, while there's a chance to revisit Mary Berry's classic WDYTYA? on Yesterday
Plus: Ancestry adds Surrey regimental records; Irish website undergoes major revamp; Glasgow Women's Library opens doors
Running from 14-22 November, the campaign will see hundreds of archives across the UK and Ireland open their doors for a packed programme of events
Family historians can book their place at the Birmingham show for a bargain price...
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