Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2015 in pictures – plus confirmation on the WDYTYA? Live 2016 show dates.
Now that I’m safely home and recovering in a bath of tea from this year’s superb 3 day Who Do You Think You Are? Live show, I thought i’d share my photos.
But before I do, there’s been some initial confusion over the 2016 show dates. Chris Paton (from The British GENES blog) picks up the case, and Else Churchill from The Society of Genealogists confirmed 2016’s show dates, again at the NEC:
Else explains that the plans changed over the weekend – presumably based on the success of the show rather than a guesstimate of its success, given that it had also moved home.
UPDATE: The Who Do You Think You Are? Live team have also now confirmed the dates:
You can read the full Twitter conversation here.
Right, on to those photos!
FindMyPast 1939 tea room
AncestryDNA has been a heavily promoted product this year’s WDYTYA? Live show.
National Archives stand at WDYTYA Live 2015
The 1939 Tea Room was a big hit
My WDYTYA? Live tickets have arrived.
Remembrance statue at Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2015
Understanding the Death Duty Registers sign
The My History stand
Margaret Haig (IPO) talks copyright and family history
Day Three was pretty busy
Two AncestryDNA testing kits
FIBIS had a large stand this year
Some criminal reading to add to my reading pile.
Linda Kerr of ISOGG talking DNA for Absolute Beginners
Where Do You Think You Are Going? Live
Stalls at Who Do You Think You Are? Live
Cambridgeshire Family History Society stall
Jayne Shrimpton talks 80s fashion
Birmingham & Midland Society for Genealogy & Heraldry stand
FamilySearch explain digitisation of some microfilm records
Alec Tritton on Non-confirmist records
The FindMyPast 1939 Tea Room
Busy AncestryDNA stand.
Alec Tritton opens the Parish Chest
Eric Knowles in the sun
Pen & Sword Books
Some of the attendees at one of the 2015 WDYTYA? Live tweet-ups.
Dave Annal talking Death Duty Registers