VOTE: Your favourite episode from the second half of Who Do You Think You Are? (UK, Series 10)


So, the tenth series of the UK version of Who Do You Think You Are? has ended.

Following on from my poll on the first five episodes, it’s time to vote for your favourite episode from the second half of the series.

Voting lasts for one month.

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+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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5 Responses to VOTE: Your favourite episode from the second half of Who Do You Think You Are? (UK, Series 10)

  1. Allen says:

    I live in the U.S. As a genealogist and historian, I have an interest in the UK version of “Who Do You Think You Are?” This program is not available in the U.S. Any suggestions?

    • Hi Allen,

      The BBC’s content is restricted. I get a similar problem if i want to view US shows too. The likes of Netflix is changing this, but it may be that in the future, either the programmes get broadcast rights abroad, or maybe the BBC alters its licence.

      They often release the series on DVD…

  2. Susi Pentico says:

    Sad but I missed all of these. Time not good and we don’t video tape. I would love to be able to view them.

  3. cat says:

    By far the best of series 10!

  4. Pingback: Sarah Millican voted most popular Who Do You Think You Are? (UK) Series 10 episode | History Repeating

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