Readers' top episode of Who Do You Think You Are? revealed

By Matt Elton, 21 November 2011 - 9:22am

Hundreds of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine readers have voted for their favourite episode from this year’s series – we have the full results

Monday 21 November, 2011
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With the TV series over for another year, the Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine team has been looking back over 2011's particularly packed run of the show. From June Brown's continent-spanning search for her Jewish ancestors to Tracey Emin uncovering her itinerant roots, the ten episodes have featured some classic – and emotional – stories.

To find out what you thought about the series, we asked readers to choose their favourite instalment in our online poll. The votes are now in, and they reveal that the genealogical journey of EastEnders actor Larry Lamb was your top episode this year: with 35 per cent of the total vote, Larry beat Silent Witness star Emilia Fox and author JK Rowling into second and third place respectively. 

The full results are as follows:

1 Larry Lamb 35%
2 Emilia Fox 16%
3 JK Rowling 12%
4 Len Goodman 10%
5 Richard Madeley 7%
6 June Brown 6%
=7 Alan Carr 5%
=7 Tracey Emin 5%
=9 Robin Gibb 2%
=9 Sebastian Coe 2%

And, if you particularly enjoyed Larry's episode, don't forget that he is set to appear at Who Do You Think You Are? Live when it returns to London’s Olympia from 24-26 February 2012. To find out more and get two tickets to the show for just £25 (plus £2 transaction fee), visit the event's website.

 

TAKE IT FURTHER 

Read more about all the stories from the series in our complete episode guide

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