Vote for your favourite episode from this year's series of WDYTYA?

By Matt Elton, 13 October 2011 - 8:05am

From June Brown to Tracey Emin, this year's series has been packed with top moments – and we'd like you to choose your favourite episode
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Thursday 13 October, 2011
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From Larry Lamb's emotional family reunion to Len Goodman's fascination with the stories of his ancestors, this year's crop of Who Do You Think You Are? episodes have produced some classic moments. And, with Tracey Emin bringing the series to an end this week, it's time to look back at the series as a whole.

When we spoke to the team behind the TV show last year, they revealed that they wanted to branch out into some new areas for the 2011 series. "We are hoping to have a writer, an artist and a musician...we'd like to put something different into the mix," they told us – and, in the shape of JK Rowling, Tracey Emin and Robin Gibb, they certainly succeeded.

But what has been your favourite story from this year's set of episodes? Did you enjoy Alan Carr's search for his deserter forebear, or Richard Madeley's journey across the Atlantic to discover his links to early US settlers? Or perhaps EmiIia Fox, June Brown or Seb Coe proved to be highlights?

Whatever the case, we'd love to hear from you. You can read more about all of the stories over at our series page, and then head this way to vote for your favourite episode. We'll be announcing the winner in the Christmas issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine, on sale from 29 November.

 

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Read more about this year's series in our episode guides

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