Who Do You Think You Are?

The BBC helped twenty people to record stories about their family histories as part of the first 'Who Do You Think You Are?' season on BBC2. The workshop was held in Milton Keynes in 2004 and the stories were shown 'behind the red button' after the programmes.

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Madeleine Purswani

French Connections

By: Madeleine Purswani, September 2004

"I was always told I looked French." Madeleine Purswani's digital story from the Who Do You Think You Are family history series on BBC2

Josie Daniels

My Place in History

By: Josie Daniels, September 2004

"She wasn't able to talk about it."

Pam's mother

An Identity

By: Pam Knight, September 2004

"I discovered by accident I had been adopted." Pam Knight's digital story from the Who Do You Think You Are family history series on BBC2.

a saw

The Chapel Carpenters

By: Gary P T Davies, September 2004

"I had been doing the same work as he had."

Sokphal Din

Never Give Up Hope

By: Sokphal Din, September 2004

"We went back to Phnom Penh, but nothing there." Sokphal Din's digital story from the Who Do You Think You Are family history series on BBC2.

an eye

Under the Eye

By: Keith Rattenbury, September 2004

"He was there watching everything I did." Keith Rattenbury's digital story from the Who Do You Think You Are family history series on BBC2

Mariko Francombe

Complete

By: Mariko Francombe, September 2004

"I dreamed of seeing our Japanese family."

Mick's mother

Family Puzzle

By: Mick Henry, September 2004

"Family history is so often incomplete."

Liz Hinds

Family History/Lies

By: Liz Hinds, October 2004

"Sometimes I woke at night crying, 'Nobody loves me.'" Liz Hinds' digital story about her absent father.

Christinne Finn

Fragments

By: Christine Finn, September 2004

"My mother will not talk to me about those years."


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