Who Do You Think You Are? TV Series

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

Series 15

News and research guides relating to Robert Rinder's episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, broadcast on Monday 13 August 2018

TV series updates

The Strictly judge traces the lives of a forebear who headed to the USA and an ancestor who came to the UK from South Africa
Shirley Ballas began her journey at Birkenhead Central Library before following the trail to South Africa. Here are the places she visited...
Ballroom dancer Shirley Ballas traces her family history on WDYTYA? on 30 July 2018. Here are five things you may not know about the Strictly head judge...
Boy George's journey to uncover his family history took him to Ireland. Here are the places he visited...
In his WDYTYA? episode, singer Boy George traced his ancestors to the Irish Revolutionary War. Here the show's Irish expert Nicola Morris shares some of the records you can use to trace your family's involvement
Boy George uncovers the truth about his grandmother's childhood and his family's involvement in the Irish War of Independence
Who Do You Think You Are? genealogist Sara Khan explains how she traced Lee Mack’s Irish grandmother
Phil Tomaselli picks out the best websites for uncovering your ancestors' service in the Great War, like Lee Mack in Who Do You Think You Are?
Lee Mack traces the life of a fellow funnyman to the Western Front and learns about his ancestors in Ireland in his episode of series 15 of Who Do You Think You Are?. Revisit the story with our handy summary
Lee Mack began his journey in Liverpool Central Library before following the trail to France, Belgium, Southport and Ireland. Discover the locations that he visited with this guide
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