Who Do You Think You Are? TV Series

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

Series 14

News and research guides relating to Lisa Hammond's episode of Who Do You Think You Are?, broadcast on Thursday 7 September 2017

TV series updates

Clare Balding traces her roots in series 14 of Who Do You Think You Are?  on Thursday 20 July. Here's five things you might not know about the star...
Craig Revel Horwood's WDYTYA? journey saw the star travel across Australia in search of his gold mining ancestors. Discover the locations he visited here...
Aussie-born Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood struck gold in his episode of WDYTYA? Revisit the story with our handy episode guide
Craig Revel Horwood reconnects with his Australian roots on Thursday 13 July 2017. Here's five things you might not know about the Strictly star...
Craig Revel Horwood's episode of WDYTYA? was filled with an exciting array of Australian sources. We take a look at some of the most important documents seen on screen
Inspired by Charles Dance’s episode? Laura Berry explains how to find records of ancestors who served in the South African conflict
Charles Dance's episode of WDYTYA? was filled with an exciting array of genealogical sources. We take a look at some of the most important documents seen on screen...
Charles Dance travelled across the UK in search of his maternal ancestors, before jetting off to South Africa to learn more about his late father. Discover the locations that he visited with our handy guide...
Game of Thrones actor Charles Dance uncovered Belgian artists and Boer War connections in his series 14 episode of Who Do You Think You Are? Revisit the story with our handy summary…
Charles Dance explores his family tree in the first episode of WDYTYA? series 14 on Thursday 6 July. Here's five things you might not know about the actor...
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