Once again it’s that time of year again when my favourite program is back on our screens. It starts August 15th and I can’t wait to see what revealing information we get to see about famous people that we all know. I’ve had a peek at the promo running on BBC 1 and also taken a wander to Wiki to find out who will appear on the show..
Samantha Womack (Ronnie from Eastenders)
Gregg Wallace (that guy from Masterchef)
William Roache (Ken Barlow from Coronation Street)
John Barnes (football player)
The first episode will be on Wednesday on BBC One at 9pm and like last year I will be stuffing my face full of food as I watch since it is a few minutes after Iftar. Make sure to watch it or catch up on Iplayer if you can’t make it. 😀
My favourite program is back on our screens August 10th and I can’t wait to see what revealing information we get to see about famous people that we all know. Once again, Wiki is providing us with upcoming celebs that are to appear on the show..
June Brown (Dot from Eastenders)
J.K. Rowling (Author of Harry Potter books)
Larry Lamb (Archie Mitchell from Eastenders, again)
It’s to be broadcast on Wednesday on BBC One at 9pm (probably will be stuffing my face full of food as I watch since it is immediately after Iftar). Or you can choose to watch it on Iplayer if you can’t make it.
Having been deprived of this particular documentary for a year, I thought perhaps the makers of the program had forgotten to broadcast another season of ‘Who do you think you are?’. Last year, I posted about season 7 where Davina McCall and Boris Johnson participated. So I was pleased to see that the show will reappear on our screens on July 19th, ready to enthrall us with insights into celebrity ancestries.
According to Wiki-meister (lol), season 8 will bring us tales about Bruce Forsyth, Rupert Everett (Prince Charming from Shrek :p), Monty Don, Jason Donovan, Hugh Quarshie, Rupert Penry-Jones, Dirvla Kirwan, Alan Cumming and Alexander Armstrong.
As always it’s on BBC One at 9pm, so don’t miss it! I certainly won’t be especially with BBC iPlayer.
No, this isn’t another post about identity – its the name of a British genealogy documentary series that follows celebritites in search of their roots. I’ve been watching this show for about a year now and its really interesting. Sometimes you get people on the show that you know really well and others well.. you don’t know at all. Previously in February the sixth series was shown and now on July 22nd the seventh series will begin with Davina McCall (from Big Brother).
Well whats the Pakistani connection I hear you ask? There isn’t one. It’s just a really interesting show where you learn a few things!
Here’s a clip from Youtube courtesy of the BBC:
Its on BBC One, probably at 9pm but not sure at the moment. And if you’re not in the UK then other versions have been shown in various countries including Canada, Australia, Ireland and even Sweden and South Africa according to Wiki.
Updated 9 July: The new series is actually starting 15 July.