For the first time in five years, I didn’t attend the Who Do You Think You Are? Live show. I did feel I was missing out as I read tweets and reports from the show. Fortunately, dates for next year have already been confirmed, it will be held 6th-8th April 2017 at the NEC in Birmingham, so the 2017 show is in my diary already and I can start planning for next year!
I’m very grateful to all the bloggers and tweeps who shared their experiences of the show, if you missed them, here are links to some of their reports:
For the last few years I have found the DNA lectures to be one of the most interesting elements of the show, and luckily for me (and you) many of them are recorded and uploaded to YouTube each year. You can find the recordings at:
Thanks to Maurice Gleeson, Debbie Kennett, FamilyTreeDNA and all the speakers for making these available.
Some of the speakers from the SOG workshops have kindly shared resources from their talks via the SOG website at:
Again, thanks to all the speakers for sharing these great resources, and to the SOG for making it possible.
See you in 2017!