Rootstech, WDYTYA-Live and, oh yes, the day job back at base at The National Archives! I have written up a few of my impressions of Rootstech, but none at all as yet of WDYTYA.
WDYTYA - Live at Olympia this year was very busy, as always. I usually try to be there on all three days if I can. Some of the time is official work time - this year I gave one of the workshop presentations and spent some time in the 'Ask the Experts' area. Fortunately my Expert/Speaker pass allows me entry on all days, so I can go on my day off too. It is always great fun, but exhausting, so I am always glad when it's over for another year.
Right now I am easing myself gently back to normal by catching up on episodes of the current series of Heir Hunters now showing on BBC One. This has been a surprise hit, taking the form of a fly-on-the-wall look at the work of a number of firms who seek out the heirs of people who die without leaving a will. It's now in its fifth series and is quite different from other TV genealogy shows like Who Do You Think You Are? When I was a researcher I didn't work in this part of the genealogical world, but I knew a lot of people who did, so Heir Hunters is full of familiar faces.
Until I get my rear in gear and write something properly for myself, you can see what other people thought of WDYTYA - Live, notably Chris Paton or Dick Eastman, or if you are among the Twitterati, search under the hashtag #wdytyalive.
Now, if you'll excuse me, a cup of tea is calling, and that TV isn't going to watch itself you know.