Plus: Norfolk parish records added to Ancestry; FFHS seeks board members; Essex teens revamp award-winning website; GRONI search room reopens following certificate surge
Peter Barton looks at failed Allied military tactics in The Somme 1916: From Both Sides of the Wire, while there's another chance to catch Gary Lineker's WDYTYA?
Historic England has launched a crowdsourcing initiative to help gather extra information about the nation's 400,000 listed buildings and places
Liam Heatherson and Joe Mander, the duo behind award-winning digital archive Beyond the Point, have now made it even easier to uncover hidden British heritage
Plus: WDYTYA? 2016 celebrities unveiled; War memorials website launches online; Heritage campaign urges public to 'Enrich the List'; Twile strikes deal with FamilySearch
Ruth Goodman sets off on a steam train journey, the Somme is explored from both sides, and a new drama takes viewers into the undercover world of a Victorian secret agent
The wait is over! We can reveal the famous faces taking part in the 13th UK series of Who Do You Think You Are?
Plus: Findmypast appoints new interim CEO; Volunteers transcribe Kent memorial inscriptions; Ancestry reports post-Brexit surge; War films exhibition opens at IWM London
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell return for another emotional series of Long Lost Family, while there's another chance to watch the excellent BBC drama The Wipers Times
Plus: Findmypast completes PoW collection; Yorkshire fair kicks off on Saturday; AncestryDNA hits milestone; FamilySearch reveals Worldwide Indexing Event details
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