Plus: Ancestry adds historic Cornish indexes; Calderdale burial records go online; Australia's Trove service faces uncertain future; TV show seeks people with Coventry connections
Michael Portillo takes a look at a landmark event in Irish history in Easter 1916: The Enemy Files, while there's another chance to see WDYTYA? episodes from both sides of the Atlantic
Plus: Jewish refugee case files now available; Mocavo's move to Findmypast begins; Manchester researchers seek sporting records; WW1 tank exhibition opens to the public
The Secret History of My Family draws to a close, while Secret Britain takes a look at forgotten parts of the Lake District
Family members of Jewish refugees who came to Britain during the Second World War can now apply to see digital copies of their original immigration documents
Plus: Free Dublin directory goes online; PRONI unveils new-look website; Shropshire Archives faces council cuts; Heritage Lottery Fund appoints new chief executive
The Secret History of My Family explores Salford's late-Victorian criminal underworld, while Prunella Scales and Timothy West return for more Great Canal Journeys
Plus: Staffordshire burials added to Deceased Online; County Durham records hit the web; Royal British Legion reveals details of Somme centenary tour; Mystery benefactors prevent Elgin Museum closure
The Secret History of My Family continues next Thursday, following ordinary Britons as they uncover their links to two Victorian women joined by an unlikely friendship  
Genealogy website Deceased Online has uploaded details of thousands of burials in the historic brewing town of Burton-on-Trent, some dating as far back as the 1860s
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