Next Episode of Who Do You Think You Are? is
Season 13 / Episode 6 and airs on 25 January 2017 20:00
Series in which celebrities trace their ancestry, discovering secrets and surprises from their past.
EastEnders actor Danny Dyer explores his own east end roots in the new series of Who Do You Think You Are? - a journey that will reveal his connections to royalty! The Walford star will trace his family story from poverty and crime in London back through the centuries, with a very surprising result.
Amanda Holden has always heard stories about rumoured French ancestry on her mum's side. Her investigation uncovers an extraordinary Napoleonic-era cross-channel romance.
On her dad's side, Amanda's grandfather's suicide has always loomed large. But when his story takes Amanda to France once again, she's moved to discover how he helped others through a harrowing tragedy.
Wildlife presenter Liz Bonnin describes herself as "a mongrel": the result of her parents' lineages from the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Martinique.
Wildlife presenter Liz Bonnin describes herself as "a mongrel": the result of her parents' lineages on the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Martinique.
In Trinidad, she goes in search of the first of her maternal ancestors to arrive on the island from India. Liz then heads to Martinique where her paternal ancestors are said to have owned plantations… and slaves.
What she discovers is more complicated than she could have ever imagined.
Cheryl knows little about her heritage, beyond her sense of herself as a true Geordie.
Tracing her roots in the North East, on her dad's side she discovers a sea-faring ancestor and a family tragedy.
On her mum's side, she recovers the story of her long-forgotten great grandfather:a quintessential Tommy in the First World War, who fought in one of the most famous battles on the Western Front.
Celebrity genealogy series. Ricky Tomlinson is well-known for playing the archetypal Scouser and it turns out that his Liverpool roots run deep. Ricky discovers that he comes from generations of carters, who transported goods on Liverpool's docks when the city was the British Empire's busiest port. Ricky's rage and sorrow build as he discovers how dangerous conditions were for his ancestors, eerily echoing his own fight for workers' rights in the 1970s.
As the "last of the McKellens", Sir Ian admits to a degree of melancholy as he delves into his family history.
But the results pay off richly for one of our greatest actors and civil rights champions. Ian's journey uncovers a theatrical ancestor, a Victorian political activist, and a link to an ancient druidical landmark in the Lake District.
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