‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ Returns For Season 14 In July
The BBC’s BAFTA award-winning genealogy show ‘Who Do You Think You Are?‘ is back for its 14th series on 6th July 2017 at 9pm on BBC One, and, as usual, has a mix of 10 varied celebrities who are delving into their family history.
In this series we follow ‘Game Of Thrones’ actor Charles Dance on an extraordinary journey, as he uncovers the true story of the father he never knew; ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ judge Craig Revel Horwood traces his Australian roots and discovers he’s not the first dancer in the family, and sports broadcaster Clare Balding explores her great grandfather’s deep, and possibly romantic, relationship with a male artist.
Other participants for season 14 include actor/screenwriter/director Noel Clarke, pop royalty Lulu, ‘EastEnders’ actress Lisa Hammond, ‘Citizen Khan’ comedian Adil Ray, presenter Fearne Cotton, presenter Emma Willis, and comedian Ruby Wax.
“Who Do You Think You Are? returns with another fantastic line-up,” comments Colette Flight, Exec Producer for Wall to Wall who produce the series. “Our ten celebrities set off on the trail of their ancestors, their journeys taking them to all corners of the globe and places the series has never been before, from a remote Caribbean island to a kingdom in Uganda. The stories they unearth in their family trees are affecting, revelatory, and always fascinating.”
The series picked up a BAFTA Television Awards for Best Feature earlier this year and was also nominated in the ‘Virgin TV’s Must-See Moment’ category for Danny Dyer discovering he’s related to royalty.
Expect tears, laughter, shocking discoveries, emotional revelations and some intriguing surprises when ‘Who Do You Think You Are?‘ returns for its 14th series on 6th July 2017 at 9pm on BBC One.
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