Wednesday 13 March 2013

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday - scenes from Who Do You Think You Are? - Live

Better late than never...
Sarah Williams, editor of WDYTYA Magazine with her star columnist and blogger Dr Alan Crosby
Alan Crosby, looking as though he is about to deliver a sermon

Here comes the judge...

Myko and Ian from FindmyPast representing the forces of law and order

Caught! The Family Recorder gets her collar felt

PC Myko with his hand in the sweetie jar when he thinks no-one is looking

Chris Paton aka British GENES demonstrating how he would deal with a sweetie thief

The Rosenbergs dining in style...

...taking a break from their strategically-place stand

Ian and Sharon Hartas of the excellent UKBMD and related sites

Else Churchill can't compete with Jackie Depelle in the hat department, but she's really going for it with the badges!

Mistress Agnes and a gentleman friend (aka Janet Braund Few, who blogs as The History Interpreter, and Chris Braund)

John Wood of The National Archives learning that he has been designated Employee of the Month, and his prize is a night out with The Family Recorder. Cheer up John, it could have been the second prize, two nights out... 

From The National Archives, Roger Kershaw, head of military, maritime, transport and family history teams with Mark Pearsall, family history specialist

William Roache, featured in the last series of WDYTYA, best known as an original cast member of Coronation Street, and still going strong after more than 50 years


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