The second episode of Nick Barratt & Laura Berry's online TV effort, The Family History Show, is now available for your delectation - see here for a little introduction before diving into the show itself. This time it's a 27-minute production, so is akin to what you might find on the old-fashioned TV - and it's very well put together, too. Furthermore, they've amalgamated several of their previous filmed segments into a similar-length Episode 1.
And as for the 'old-fashioned TV', here's a taster for tonight's Find My Past TV show - with the programme's website here.
As for other forthcoming TV/radio, try here.
Scottish researchers will most definitely wish to peruse the latest bulletin from the Scottish Association of FHSs. There's the usual comprehensive summary of goings-on at the nation's many FHSs, plus a story among the other items concerning plans for closer collaboration between the SAFHS and the FFHS. Interesting to note, too, that FHS memberships are on the decline, despite the hobby enjoying something of a boom in popularity. Blame the Internet, I'd say.
'Electric Scotland', with its usual eclectic mix of bits and bobs, has issued another update - see here.
It is perhaps worth reminding you all again of the February extravaganza that is the 'Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2012 Fair at Olympia, London, during 24th-26th February. See the official website, here, where you will note that Richard Madeley has now made himself available to be gawped at.
And I see that the recently released Family Tree Maker 2012 software package has already been issued with an update - see the official announcement.
More to do with family than family history - but I did enjoy this scientific explanation as to how Santa Claus manages to pack so many deliveries into a night's work. So now you know.
A competition to win the complete WDYTYA? DVD Box Set.