Who Do You Think You Are? TV Series

Information about the Who Do You Think You Are? TV series

Series 13

News, research guides and exclusive unseen footage from Amanda Holden’s 2016 episode of Who Do You Think You Are?

TV series updates

Amanda Holden’s Channel-hopping episode saw the star investigate two ancestors who ended up in France under very different circumstances
We have two exclusive unseen clips that were cut from Amanda Holden’s Who Do You Think You Are? episode. Watch them here...
Do you think you might have French connections like Amanda Holden? Discover the best resources for tracing your ancestors across the Channel with this handy record round-up
Amanda Holden’s episode of Who Do You Think You Are? saw the star make two trips across the Channel to uncover the stories of her ancestors
Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden gets the WDYTYA? treatment on Thursday 1 December. Here’s a quick recap of the star’s career, which goes back to the early 90s…
Curious about the research behind Danny Dyer’s episode? Learn more about some of the key genealogical records shown on screen with this short guide
Believe it or not, there’s every chance that kings and queens could be lurking in your family tree. We reveal how you can trace your royal ancestors like Danny Dyer
In two deleted scenes from Danny Dyer's episode, the actor discusses his love of Cockney rhyming slang and learns about an unusual connection to a London football club
In his episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, Danny Dyer travelled from London to Suffolk via the dreaming spires of Oxford. We reveal more about the places Danny visited along the way…
Workhouse inmates, 17th-century noblemen and Kings of England – the cast of characters Danny Dyer encountered on his Who Do You Think You Are? journey could not have been more different. Revisit their stories with our handy episode summary
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