Who Do You Think You Are? Live
27 February – 1 March 2009
If you have ever wondered what your ancestors were like, where they lived or what they did for a living, Who Do You Think You Are? Live: the National History Show is an event where you can make incredible discoveries about the story of your family.
Following on from two successful events in 2006 and 2007, this is a great chance to take forward your research into your family history, to get a taste for what’s involved if you’re starting out in genealogy, or even to just find out what it’s all about!
With the largest gathering of TV historians, family history experts and nearly 200 exhibitors from Ancestors Magazine to Your Family Tree, this three-day event is a unique opportunity to fill in the gaps in your family tree and make your connection to events in history. There’s plenty of support from major exhibitors such as the Society of Genealogists (over 80 seminars!), and you can hear from celebrities such as Ainsley Harriott and Matthew Pinsent about what they’ve unearthed in their own family research. And if you’re stuck in your research and need advice on how to take it forward, then you can get a 20-minute one-to-one session with an expert.
There’s far too much to mention here! But you can find out more on the Who Do You Think You Are? Live website