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Subject: Re: [BKLYN] Genealogy on Television
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 21:24:20 EDT
I have Verizon Fios and here in Tampa Bay the BYU channel is #290.
Along with the shows I mentioned, they often have other Family History and
Genealogy related programs. They have also had a program on recently about
how DNA research relates to Genealogy.
The following information is from the BYU Television website at:
Ancestors focuses on the world of family history records. Shot on location
around the world, each episode weaves expert instruction with moving
personal stories. Ancestors shows viewers how to find and use a wide variety of
records for family history research.
Questions and Ancestors
This is a weekly series that focuses on genealogy questions submitted by
the broadcast audience. Co-hosts Emily Wilbur (professional researcher) and
Darius Gray (co-director of Freedman's Records Project), along with other
family history experts field your e-mail questions.
This is from the Generations Project website....
The Generations Project
Have you ever wondered why you’re such a great musician? Where you get your
love of politics? Why you're so independent? The answer just might be
found in the lives of your ancestors. The Generations Project is a new reality
series that helps those who have questions about their family history
investigate their own identities by walking in the shoes of their ancestors. As
they undertake these journeys, they often uncover the hidden identities in
family pasts, and come to see that in many cases the best way to know who
you are is to know who you came from. Monday nights at 8pm MST on BYU