Series 9

Celebrities trace their ancestry, discovering secrets and surprises from their past.

  • John Bishop

    10/10 John Bishop finds out what happened to his great great grandfather, a POW in the Crimea.

    First broadcast: 06 Dec 2012

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  • John Barnes

    9/10 John Barnes learns of the role his grandfather played in Jamaica's struggle for self-rule.

    First broadcast: 17 Oct 2012

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  • Celia Imrie

    8/10 Actress Celia Imrie uncovers tales ranging from political intrigue to impotence.

    First broadcast: 10 Oct 2012

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  • William Roache

    7/10 William Roache sets out to learn about his grandmother, who ran a cafe in Alton Towers.

    First broadcast: 26 Sep 2012

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  • Alex Kingston

    6/10 Actress Alex Kingston sets out to learn more about her great-grandfather William Keevil.

    First broadcast: 19 Sep 2012

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Hugh Dennis

5/10 Hugh Dennis learns about his grandfathers' experiences during the First World War.

Mon 27 May 2013 16:15 BBC One except Scotland, Scotland HD

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