Who Do You Think You Are? - Series 9

Release Date: 05 August 2013 | Certificate: Exempt
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Who Do You Think You Are? follows the journeys of ten well known personalities as they explore their family trees, uncover their family history and discover fascinating and poignant facts about their ancestors that have been, until now, hidden in the annals of time.

Samantha Womack discovers a great-grandfather ‘instrumental’ in his own life’s fortunes and an actress America-bound; Gregg Wallace uncovers extraordinary tales of love and loss involving his great-grandfather; Sir Patrick Stewart sees more clearly a father whose army career led him to a forgotten D-Day; Annie Lennox explores tales of great poverty and happier times game-keeping on a royal estate; Hugh Dennis digs up his family’s mining roots and some terrible truths of the First World War; Alex Kingston lights-up over stories of magic lanterns and a widow with an unexpected and profitable line of business; William Roache discovers how he once came to play in Alton Towers and finds roots in phrenology; Celia Imrie finds herself attached to a heroic defender of liberty as well as a Tudor tale of love and murder; John Barnes discovers a quiet grandfather whose energies focused on anti-colonialism and worker’s rights; and John Bishop uncovers entertaining roots that take him into the world of Minstrels.

Release Date: 05 August 2013
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Catalogue No: AV3106