Nicky Campbell and Davina McCall reunited for new Long Lost Family series


Nicky Campbell and Davina McCall have returned for the third of ITV’s ‘Long Lost Family’ series, sponsored by Genes Reunited.

Long Lost Family - ITV

Often reuniting adopted children with their biological parents, the series is an immensely personal rollercoaster ride of emotions – sometimes making uncomfortable viewing.

The series, which is genealogy-lite (often only making passing reference to research techniques), is hosted by two Who Do You Think You Are? veterans – with Nicky’s episode detailing his own adoption.

Episode One follows the stories of mother Sue and daughter Kerry, and Alan and his search for his mother Pat.

As ever with this series, tissues required.

About Andrew Martin

+Andrew Martin is owner and lead writer for History Repeating and Family Tree UK. Genealogist, historian, writer, photographer and would-be archaeologist. He'd love a time machine, but worries that it might take all the fun out of it.
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2 Responses to Nicky Campbell and Davina McCall reunited for new Long Lost Family series

  1. Patrick John Morgan says:

    Hello Davina/Nikki, I wonder if you can help me I am trying to find relatives from my Father who was born Castlewellan Co Down Northern Ireland, Father deceased and his name was John Canis Morgan born 01/09/1899 have tried genes reunited but did not have any sucess he had a brother Peter Morgan who lived in croydon and he had a daughter age approx 63/65 now.
    Do not now if I have any relatives in Northern Ireland have tried to trace people but came to a dead end as I have no family to tell me anything so I was wondering if you could find anything for me.
    Regards
    P.Morgan

  2. nikkinestor says:

    Hi davina a friend of mine is looking and has been for years for his birth mother, he is a soldier and its his biggest wish to find her before deploying to Afghanistan hope U can help x

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