Who Do You Think You Are? is not just a US tv phenomena, it started as a British show and there is also an associated annual conference by the same name held in London (UK). This is a massive genealogical conference which probably more than 12,000 people will attend.
Well most of us cannot attend that conference, going on NOW, 22 -24 February 2013.
Well Ancestry.co.uk is live streaming (via Ancestry Academy Livestream) select programs from the conference.
The livestream (audio and visual) and schedule can be found here, http://blogs.ancestry.com/ancestry/2013/02/22/who-do-you-think-you-are-live-ancestry-academy-livestream/
Remember – the times are in
time (GMT), meaning that the schedule is
5 hrs ahead of EST. So, a 2pm program in the schedule is happening at 9am EST. UK
Editor's Note: Thanks to Thomas MacEntee for sharing this via Facebook.
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