Blogs

19 October 2017

FamilySearch is calling for family historians to take part in the Worldwide Indexing Event

12 October 2017

WDYTYA? Magazine's new production editor says hello and discusses his family history

08 June 2017

The folder, featuring research on two families from before the First World War, was lost at Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE

25 May 2017

Moved by recent events, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams considers the role of community in family history

03 May 2017

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams says a fond farewell to the UK's biggest and best family history event

26 April 2017

WDYTYA? Magazine's new editorial assistant says hello and shares the story of a dramatic escape in her family's past

06 April 2017

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams says a brief hello from the Birmingham NEC

02 March 2017

After gasping in horror at seeing Sunetra Sarker's family archive sitting in an abandoned house, WDYTYA? Magazine editor Sarah Williams is now worrying about her own legacy

23 February 2017

After years of producing a weekly e-newsletter we will be moving to a new and improved monthly format. Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams explains why...

16 February 2017

After nearly a decade working for WDYTYA? Magazine, deputy editor Claire Vaughan is leaving for pastures new. In her final blog post, she reflects on ten years of family history fun

17 November 2016

With just seven sleeps until the new series of Who Do You Think You Are? finally hits our screens, Sarah Williams looks at the ways in which you can take part in the conversation

03 November 2016

An article in Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine has inspired Sarah Williams to look at the time that her grandmother spent working on a farm during the First World War

 

20 October 2016

Visiting the Museum of English Rural Life earlier this week gave Jon Bauckham a new-found respect for his countryside-dwelling forebears

13 October 2016

As much as hitting a brick wall can be frustrating, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine editor Sarah Williams suggests that filling in gaps on a family tree can be relaxing

06 October 2016

Oh no, not again! Deputy Editor, Claire Vaughan, despairs at the impossible task of trying to second guess the BBC schedulers as we wait for the next series of WDYTYA?

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