Two of our established genealogical magazines have just published their latest issues. Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine was released a few days ago and can be scrutinised here; and Family Tree Magazine's latest offering is being advertised here. FTM is also running a survey with some nice prizes.
TheGenealogist's latest record releases can be viewed here, the most recent being a varied range of poll books, PRs, military records, school registers and some criminal records (England/Wales) for their Diamond subscribers.
The Irish Genealogy News blog has issued a mini-update of forthcoming Ireland-related events.
Yorkshire folk may care to indulge in the Huddersfield History Seminars/Lectures being held at the town's university. Seems like they're open to all, and there's no need to book.
Blogger Chris Paton has a report on the new National Library of Scotland Bill, here.
And here's a little bit more news on the major overseas event that is Rootstech.
Those of you who watched last night's Who Do You Think You Are? on BBC TV may wish to follow it up with a bit of extra reading here and here (both contain 'spoilers' if you've not yet seen the show!). You will note that there is a link to the programme on BBC iPlayer to be found via that second link.
And there's the usual weekly schedule of forthcoming TV & Radio stuff to be found here.