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Who Do You Think You Are?: Series 1

This documentary TV series follows the journeys of 10 British celebrities as they explore their family trees, uncover their family history and discover fascinating poignant facts about their ancestors that have been, until now, hidden in the annals of time. Genealogist Nick Barrat also demonstrates how to get the best out of the archive trail, where to look and the information you can expect to find. Featuring; Bill Oddie, Amanda Redman, Jeremy Clarkson, Sue Johnston and Vic Reeves.

Year: 2004
Genre: Documentaries, Television Shows, Deluxe Box Sets, General Docos, Docos - General
Country: UK
Starring: David Baddiel, Jeremy Clarkson, Lesley Garrett, Ian Hislop, Sue Johnston, Bill Oddie, Amanda Redman, Vic Reeves, Moira Stuart, Meera Syal
Duration: 540 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains coarse language.
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Location in store: Documentary (General)

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