You might remember that Who Do You Think You Are originated as a British TV show and over in the
there is also an associated conference which is attended by thousands each
You can access the audio for a few of the talks from the 2012 conference:
o Click here to listen to John Hanson's workshop entitled 'Why Can't I Find Them in the Civil Registration Indexes?' (Recorded on Sat 25th Feb in SoG Studio 2.)
o Click here to listen to Paul Gorry, MAPGI, discussing 'What's Online for
Overview'. (Recorded on Friday 24th Feb in the SoG Regional Studio.) Ireland
o Click here to listen to Rosalind McCutcheon, talking on the subject of 'Early Irish Marriages'. (Recorded on Sunday 26th Feb in the SoG Regional Studio.)
o Click here to listen to Tristram Clarke describing the resources offered by the National Records of
(Recorded on Friday 24th Feb in the SoG Regional Studio.) Scotland
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I couldn't get the first or third one to play at all. The other two played for two minutes then stopped. Any suggestions?ReplyDelete
Try a different browser and/or audio program -- for example, I couldn't get any of them to play via Google Chrome (and I didn't work too hard at it), and when I used Internet Explorer, I had no issues. Good luck!ReplyDelete