Katherine Jenkins takes an emotional journey to trace her welsh roots
Katherine Jenkins is an internationally famous mezzo-soprano whose singing career has made her one of the most successful artists in the music world.
Here, Katherine returns to Wales to learn more about her family roots. Mike Churchill-Jones has discovered some moving, and scandalous revelations about her great-great-grandfather - who spent time in prison, after being found guilty of bigamy.
Available since: Thu 13 Dec 2012
Highlights of favourite BBC Wales programmes reflecting the story of Wales and its people.
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