December 2013

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Sarah Williams talks to Celia Heritage about the secrets of parish registers, Jayne Shrimpton shares her top tips on dating old postcards with Steve Harnell and Jon Bauckham meets Dr Becky Taylor who lifts the lid on the ailments of our London kin.

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Podcast Archive

January 2014

2 January 2014 - 6:45pm

The Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine team looks at some of the new resources coming online for family historians in 2014, Jon Bauckham visits a new archive facility in Sussex and Sarah Williams talks to Jad Adams about the thorny issue of illegitimacy.

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December 2013

5 December 2013 - 4:35pm

Sarah Williams talks to Celia Heritage about the secrets of parish registers, Jayne Shrimpton shares her top tips on dating old postcards with Steve Harnell and Jon Bauckham meets Dr Becky Taylor who lifts the lid on the ailments of our London kin.

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November 2013

6 November 2013 - 5:56pm

Sarah Williams discusses Family History Centres with Sharon Hintze, Nuala Calvi tells Steve Harnell about the lives of GI brides and Richard Hunt from Peterborough Archives Service shares a nonconformist register with Jon Bauckham. The team also chat about their First World War research.

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October 2013

11 October 2013 - 4:56pm

In the October edition, Roger Kershaw discusses migration, David McKie talks about the history of surnames and Kirsty Gray tells us about the brand new Society for One-Place Studies

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September 2013

13 September 2013 - 3:27pm

The Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine team interviews three guests to talk about Black Country chainmakers, a WW1 nurse and why family historians should explore causes of death

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Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine Podcast - July 2012

10 August 2012 - 10:58am

In the first instalment, our editor, Sarah, heads to The Hive, the new archive centre that opened in Worcester earlie

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