National treasure June Brown is featured on tonight's episode. Brown is the oldest person to be featured. June travels to discover her Jewish history and how her family moved across Europe to eventually land in the U.K.
Best Selling Author JK Rowling sets out to investigate her french roots. She has always been interested in her late mother's french ancestry but knows little about it. Her journey begins in Edinburgh and then to the Savoy in London, and eventually to Paris.
Coe journey into his family history begins in Cheshire, where his family seat at Hyde Hall once stood. He follows a trail to Jamaica and discovers a life on the plantation. Which he uncover illegitimacy, and philandering sugar planter and slavery. He also discovers some American history as well.
The Heavily Pregnant Fox, wonders what traits she will be passing along to her child. She discovers that her family's history includes a lot of actors. She learns that her great-great-grandfather invented one of the most important inventions of the 19th century.
Gibb, discovers a tale of poverty and grit as he finds out how his fathers grandfather overcame the odds to become a decorated soldiers. Robin also finds out that his mothers grand-mother was a midwife that had a bit of history herself.
Former Daytime television present Madeley decides to find out more about his family history. He traces his Canadian Lineage which turns out to be one of the first settlers of the province of Nova Scotia. He also learns of his families American roots leading him to Rhode Island.
Artist Emin looks into her mothers line of the family and finds out about her East End roots. She learns about her Great Grandfather Henry Hodgkins who spent time in Reform school as well as prison and was forced into hard labor.