Plus: 14 new archives receive accreditation; Findmypast adds Somerset records; Gwent Archives receives funding to commemorate soldier's letters
The Sweet Makers, a new BBC series, explores the story of confectionery. The show’s historian, Annie Gray, examines the rise and fall of the trade
Plus: Family Tree Maker launches after delays; Findmypast adds Westminster Catholic records; Researcher reveals names of black 18th century POWs in Portsmouth castle
A new exhibition will tell the story of the African-Caribbean soldiers interned at Portchester Castle after fighting for France
WDYTYA? readers have the chance to win a trip to Scotland to visit major historic sites and a new Bonnie Prince Charlie exhibition
This week we’ve got 50% off historical maps, a sale of Dunkirk titles, a Findmypast discount and more
Organisers of the heritage project want to hear from descendants of the 26,000 people buried there
Members of the public are being invited to contribute to a new time capsule at Killerton House in Devon
Plus: Women volunteers’ wartime diaries go online; Findmypast adds 1861 and 1871 Canadian censuses; TheGenealogist adds doctors’ and dentists’ records
The BBC’s Home Service broadcast an announcement by government minister Dr Edith Summerskill in 1948 in which she proclaimed the arrival of the NHS. 
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