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
More than 150 files created by MI5 during the First World War have been made available to download from the web, revealing details of organisations and individuals put under surveillance
We asked findmypast to respond to the widespread criticism about the handling of their recent redesign. Here's what they said...
More than 200,000 pages from the Jewish Chronicle dating back to the 1840s are now available explore at genealogy website MyHeritage
A new First World War drama follows the lives of nurses on the front line, while Private Eye editor Ian Hislop looks at the British thirst for nostalgia
The General Register Office for Northern Ireland has unveiled its eagerly awaited family history website – several days before its ‘official’ launch on Wednesday 9 April
The Office for National Statistics recommends that the traditional paper census should be replaced with a modern online successor in 2021
Guy Etchells has set up a campaign to open up birth, marriage and death records open to the public, saving researchers time and money
Detailed records of over 30 million people living in England and Wales at the outbreak of the Second World War are to be added to findmypast