Sunday brought to a close the UK's biggest genealogy event, it was a brilliant weekend with plenty of family discoveries! We all look forward to seeing you again next year in 2014!
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As well as our four new celebrities attending the show from series nine of Who Do You Think You Are?, we also welcome back our resident Heirloom Detective, Eric Knowles, as well as actor and presenter, Tony Robinson, who will be giving talks in the Ancestry.co.uk Academy.
With only nine days remaining until it all kicks off, things are really heating up at the Who Do You Think You Are? Live office.
With all the big plans well under way, we're now down to the nitty gritty of finite detail to ensure everything runs smoothly at the show.
Due to popular demand, this workshop, 'Discovering Richard III' will now be held in the Celebrity Theatre / SOG studio 1 on Saturday, 1.00pm – 1.45pm. All advance tickets are now sold out but there are still a limited number of free tickets available to collect on the day from the Workshop Ticket Desk.
Complete timetables for all workshop sessions at the show are now available to view on the website. Hosted by Ancestry.co.uk, Family Tree DNA and TheGenealogist.co.uk, these workshops are in addition to those run by the Society of Genealogists.
We welcome Coronation Street veteran William Roache to WDYTYA? Live 2013. He will appear on Sunday 24 February in the SOG studio 3 at 3.40pm for an intimate chat with Who Do you Think You Are? Magazine Editor Sarah Williams.
You can now guarantee your place in any of the workshops in The National Archives Theatre. Brand new to the show this year, The National Archvies are running a number of workshops on our theme of Migration as well as providing information on how to use The National Archives' extenstive resources in your research.
The WDYTYA? Live Showguide is included with the February issue of Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine along with the chance to win one of six pairs of tickets to the show.
Former footballer and sports pundit John Barnes will be appearing at the show to discuss the discoveries he made from his Who Do You Think You Are? episode on Sunday 24 February. His workshops will take place at 10am and 11am in the Celebrity Theatre.
You can guarantee your seat by purchasing your ticket in advance at a cost of £2 when booking your ticket to the show. Tickets are free to collect on the day from the Workshop Ticket Desk, located in the upstairs gallery. Please note all workshops are subject to capacity.