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Who Do You Think You Are?

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10/10. Jim Moir - aka comedian Vic Reeves - would love to unearth scandal in his hazy family history, driven by the rumour that his mother's father was a bigamist. His compelling odyssey also examines the 19th-century world of domestic service. The series returns next year. See also Family Ties at 10pm on BBC4. Director Ursula Macfarlane ; Series editor Ben Gale
www.bbc.co.uk/familyhistory BBCi: digital viewers can access features via the handset
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Unknown: Jim Moir
Unknown: Vic Reeves
Director: Ursula MacFarlane
Editor: Ben Gale

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Who Do You Think You Are?

BBC Two England, 14 December 2004 21.00






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