Whether you're off to the forthcoming Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2011 event next month or not, you can't seem to avoid news about it at the moment. I should imagine the latest issue of the WDYTYA? magazine (just out) will be giving it a good airing - and I understand they have an event guide as a pull-out, too (the 'free' CD also includes plenty of interest to those of you with East Yorkshire interests). The Wandering Genealogist also has some tips for the event - see his entries of 21st & 28th January.
The latest edition of S&N Genealogy's E-Newsletter also has plenty to say about the coming event - but there are a good few other bits and pieces worth taking in, too, so give it a glance.
OK, I may be a bit late with this one, but there's still some benefit to be gained by the following TV/radio guide for the week, here.
ON THIS DAY
Gandhi, aged 78, in 1948, in New Delhi.
1649: Charles I is executed. Twelve years to the day later, Oliver Cromwell's exhumed body is subjected to posthumous execution.
1933; Adolf Hitler is sworn in as German Chancellor.
1965: State funeral of Sir Winston Churchill.
1972: 'Bloody Sunday', Londonderry. 14 die as a result of the Army opening fire during a civil protest.