Plus: RootsTech 2016 kicks off in Salt Lake City; 'New options' for FTM users revealed; MyHeritage uploads Irish census records
Don't miss our pick of the best TV and radio over the next seven days, including Brian Blessed's classic 2014 episode of Who Do You Think You Are?
Just eight weeks after announcing that it would be retiring the popular desktop software, Ancestry has struck two new deals to secure the future of Family Tree Maker
A new interactive website, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, will highlight the contributions made by London’s Jewish community during the First World War
Plus: Findmypast adds Phillimore marriages; New Australian records hit Ancestry; British Newspaper Archive reaches milestone
This week's gems include fascinating documentaries on shipwrecks and WW2 criminals, plus another chance to see Brendan O'Carroll's WDYTYA?
Plus: Findmypast to offer unlimited access to 1939 Register; Family Finders seeks new series participants; New project to share WW1 Jewish stories
Grim discoveries on the Eastern Front, skiffle and the history of ballroom dancing
From Tuesday 16 February, Findmypast subscribers will be able to access the 1939 Register for no extra cost
Thousands of 19th and early-20th century Police Gazettes have been published on Ancestry, providing crucial clues about British criminals and their victims
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