A very quiet week (again). There is virtually nothing to report today - the notable exception being the addition of 600,000 new Kent records to the FindMyPast collection. Other than that, we're scraping the bottom of the old barrel, I'm afraid. Anyway, here's what we've got...
The latest E-newsletter from The National Archives is now available. TNA have also just announced the release of yet more colonial administration records.
And here's the most recent bulletin from the Institute of Heraldic & Genealogical Studies.
For the Scots there's the new issue of Broadsheet; and you should remember to check out Electric Scotland regularly, too.
Freemason forebears? Try this.
This looks interesting from FamilySearch.
Irish researchers should run their eyes over this piece of news from PRONI. Oh, and I think you should take a look at this series of lectures, too.
I see the National Library of Wales has a YouTube channel.
A history crossword, perhaps?
The BBC HistoryExtra website is a bit slow updating today, but the week's 'History Headlines' should soon appear here; and here's your forthcoming history TV & radio.
Blimey, is that it? I'm afraid it is.
If anything crops up over the weekend I shall report it on the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
From the always-entertaining Bizarre History Blog...