A century’s worth of English and Welsh electoral registers have been made available to search on Findmypast in a partnership with the British Library
Plus: Bomber Command memorial unveiled; Surrey local history service to move; Endangered archives project hits milestone
Simon Schama looks at portraits from the past in a new BBC series, while a programme from 2011 sees Griff Rhys Jones discover WW2 secrets
Plus: ScotlandsPeople releases 1855 Valuation Rolls; Somme centenary ticket ballot opens; Findmypast adds directory collection; Childbirth archive now available to researchers
Sherlock creator Mark Gatiss discovers his Irish heritage in Who Do You Think You Are?, while there's a chance to revisit a classic episode of Long Lost Family
Plus: Kent parish registers uploaded to Findmypast; Deceased Online adds Lewisham burials; Lichfield records set for Stafford move
Anita Rani learns about the grandfather she never met in next week's episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, while a BBC Four documentary sees Martin Shaw uncover the story of a daring WW2 bombing raid
Frank Gardner uncovers his roots in WDYTYA?, while the BBC will be providing coverage of the weekend's Battle of Britain anniversary events
Plus: Forces War Records reveals Nazi 'hitlist'; free Ordnance Survey maps go online; Ancestry updates divorce case dataset
Plus: Researchers receive major SoG awards; IWM London to redevelop Holocaust Exhibition; Lancashire burials go online
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