Plus: Postal Museum archive set to close next month; IGRS adds 10,000 new entries to Early Irish Births Index; Oxford Dictionary of National Biography expands
New living history series The Victorian Slum finally hits our screens, while there's a chance to revisit Helen Hunt's outing on the stateside version of Who Do You Think You Are?
Historic records of doctors, dentists, midwives and medical students held by London's Wellcome Library can now be searched on Ancestry
Plus: Project calls for web users to preserve place names; New version of ScotlandsPeople hits the web; New DNA test claims to pinpoint UK ancestry; Twile adds FamilySearch connectivity
Jeremy Paxman's landmark 2009 series The Victorians will be shown on BBC Four, along with the next episode of Britain's Lost Masterpieces, which heads to Aberdeenshire
Experience four days of remembrance and research in London, including 4* accommodation and guided tours, for a special price of £399
The Scottish Government’s official genealogy web service has been revamped, with costs for accessing statutory index entries scrapped
A new version of the genealogy website – offering digital access to millions of records held by the National Records of Scotland – has been delayed for the second time in the space of one month
Plus: TheGenealogist adds Warwickshire parish registers; Religious occupation records go online; Findmypast updates Lincolnshire Collection; Glasgow electoral records hit the web
A new BBC series uncovers some of the hidden art treasures lurking in museums and galleries across Britain, while Jenna Coleman continues her star turn in Victoria
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