The date for Ruby Wax's episode of Who Do You Think You Are? has finally been set
Plus: ‘Staggeringly huge’ number of convict records available on new free history website; Family history companies appoint new CEOs; Plans for Cheshire history centres approved
The Digital Panopticon project allows researchers to access thousands of records relating to convicted criminals
The Battle of Britain could not have been won without support from the ground crew. Henry Buckton interviews the surviving personnel
Plus: English heritage sites open doors this weekend; Midlands family history society changes name; Cheshire archives to move to local history centres
Phil Tomaselli explains how to trace British WW2 prisoners of war like Lisa Hammond did in her WDYTYA? episode
Plus: Findmypast adds new religious records; Powys Archives reopens in new building; Ancestry creates Shropshire collection
Plus: Buckinghamshire records available on Findmypast; New Staffordshire collection on FamilySearch; LMA acquires Whitechapel Bell Foundry records
Statutory birth, marriage and death records play a vital role in Scottish family history research, as Lulu discovered. Follow these three simple steps to discover your own ancestors
Plus: Antique centre appeals for help finding owner of wedding gift; Archivist nominated for award after 40-year career; Mark Rylance condemns plans to dredge Godwin Sands
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