Who Do You Think You Are? | SBS

April 8, 2010 · Filed Under Australia 


Good news for Australian fans of the TV program Who Do You Are? The Australian Television Station SBS has scheduled new episodes of the hugely popular genealogy show Who Do You Think You Are? beginning April 11th 2010.

The new episodes are from the 2009, Series 6 of  the UK  program Who Do You Think You Are? SBS has only 3 shows listed at present:

April 11th Rick Stein – Celebrated foodie.

April 18th Zoë Wanamaker – Actor.

April 25th  Kevin Whately – Actor, famous for playing working-class character Detective Sergeant Lewis in Inspector Morse.

Other episodes in Series 6 of UK genealogy TV show, Who Do You Think You Are? include Fiona Bruce and Rory Bremner, which hopefully SBS will broadcast.



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  2. jj-momscashblog on April 8th, 2010 2:20 am

    Hi MadGenealogist, We have this show here in the US and I’ve been watching most of shows, although I have missed a couple that I really wanted to watch. I missed the one show with Emmet Smith football player from awhile back and from the previews I saw it was just a very heartbreaking show.It’s very hard to trace a lot of the African Americans because some records were either not kept or names of course were changed.I love this show, brilliant idea of the producers and so in step with all of the genealogy dot com’s that are so in vogue right now. You were very smart to start this blog, “smart man”. I would like to see some of the Australian “Who Do You Think You Are?”. Great post. jj


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