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German Second World War drama Generation War hits British screens this weekend, as well as the latest instalment of BBC One series The Crimson Field
Following criticism over its recent redesign, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams travelled to London to quiz the findmypast's Paul Nixon and Myko Clelland and learn what was being done to fix the problems
The family history website has expanded its parish record collection to include over half a million new entries from Essex, Kent, Leicestershire, Monmouthshire and Worcestershire
Family historians have criticised findmypast for the handling of its recent redesign, as well as its answers to questions posed by Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine earlier this week
The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded over £1.2 million to a Kent charity to create the UK’s first ever Huguenot Heritage Centre
Tom Service and Amanda Vickery tell the remarkable story of Handel's Messiah and its debut performance at the Foundling Hospital in London
Family historians have criticised findmypast for the handling of its recent redesign, as well as its answers to questions posed by Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine earlier this week
Researchers with Mancunian roots could discover religious dissenters in their family tree following the release of 400,000 nonconformist records online
Ian Hislop looks at how Britain's thinkers looked back to the values of the Middle Ages during the chaos of the Industrial Revolution, while there's another chance to catch At Home with the Georgians
Family historians have criticised findmypast for the handling of its recent redesign, as well as its answers to questions posed by Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine earlier this week