Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE
Following its unprecedented success, the hugely popular TV series Who Do You Think You Are? is launching a national history show, giving more people than ever before the chance to learn about their heritage.
Who Do You Think You Are? LIVE, sponsored by Ancestry.co.uk, will be held on the bank holiday weekend from 5-7 May 2007 at the National Hall, Olympia, London.
Plus, the event will incorporate the Society of Genealogists Family History Show, sponsored by findmypast.com, to create the largest ever event of its kind.
You’ll have the chance to discover who your ancestors are and how they used to live with the help of the largest collection of TV historians, family history experts and celebrity enthusiasts than anywhere else. See the likes of David Starkey, Dan Snow, Neil Oliver, Bettany Hughes, Saul David, Nick Barratt and Jonathan Foyle.
Colin Jackson, Ian Hislop and David Baddiel will be at the show discussing the experience of having their ancestors revealed to them on the TV programme.
This is your chance to share your own discoveries and knowledge with others; take part in workshops and seminars, have access to the best records and information resources as well as enjoying themed entertainment to take you back in time!
So, whether you’re part of the new generation inspired to trace your ancestry by the TV programme or whether you have already embarked upon your journey to uncovering your heritage, this event is not to be missed.
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