In this episode, Andrew meets author and former journalist Paul Roberts and hears about a soldier named 'Lucky Sam', and we're looking for a woman and a burial place in 19th century Devon.
Andrew meets genealogist Else Churchill of The Society of Genealogists, and hears about an unexpected DNA result, and we're trying to find the right baby in 1820's, Herefordshire.
In this final episode of Series Three, Andrew meets Sheldon K. Goodman, and finds out about his love of cemeteries, hears about his Forgotten Great Grandfather, and is on the trail of the 'bird man of Hyde Park'.
Andrew meets Australian genealogist Jill Ball, to find out about her family history research, to hear about her priest ancestor, and we're looking for a James Duncan after 1857.
Andrew meets 'geneatherapist' and author Helen Parker-Drabble to explore how she combines psychology and research, we'll be hearing about her emigrant Grandfather, and we'll be trying to solve a vaccination card conundrum.
Andrew meets author and tutor, Chris Paton to find out about researching in Scotland and Ireland, his letter-writing Gt Grandmother, and we're on the trail of a missing man in 19th century Cumbria, England.
In this series final episode, Andrew meets professional genealogist Emma Jolly, who talks about her TV work, her travelling Sapper ancestor, and we're looking for her ancestor during a cholera pandemic!
Andrew meets Steve Jackson, who tells us about his One-Name Study, a relative who fought at Trafalgar, and we're looking for clues in Shropshire to solve a parental puzzle.
Andrew meets genealogical crime mystery author Nathan Dylan Goodwin, hears about his swindling ancestor, and goes hunting for an 18th Century ancestor in Westminster.
Andrew meets Ruth Bramley, who has been tracing her Jewish ancestors, an object named 'Alice', and is looking for her Gt Grandmother Milly Mattenburg.
Host Andrew Martin meets Pam Smith to find out how she got into researching local history, we meet her activist relative, and go on the search for a 17th century Knight.