With so many experts under one roof at Family Tree Live, we took the opportunity to ask them for their advice and thoughts on family history, and for their tips on researching ancestors, and this collection of video interviews is the result.
Welcome to the Family Tree Live Interviews Collection
Genealogist Nick Barratt discusses family history in the digital age
Genealogist Mary Evans discusses brick walls in family research
Marian Burk Wood on using social media for genealogy
Dr Penny Walters discusses the potential ethical dilemmas in our quest to research people’s lives
Family history tutor Diane Lindsay on how to tell your family story
Daniel Horowitz of MyHeritage discusses the organisation's genealogy services, including DNA tests
Tahitia McCabe of the University of Strathclyde gives top tips on British geographic sources
Genealogist Susie Douglas discusses how to enrich your family tree with memorabilia and personal records
Steve Manning, Chairman of the Family History Federation, discusses his role and the organisation
Dr Maurice Gleeson on how DNA can be used to find relatives and ancestors
Janet Few discusses researching your 20th-century ancestors
Donna Rutherford explains how to make the most of your autosomal DNA test
FamilySearch's Brian McKechnie discusses the role of the global organisation
Family historian Alec Tritton discusses the benefits of getting out and about to add to your research
Paul Carter discusses how the internet can bring genealogists together
Else Churchill, Genealogist at the Society of Genealogists
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