At the recent National History Show in London, I had a chance to talk with Roy Stockdill, editor of the Journal of One-Name Studies and an expert British genealogist. Roy is a prolific author, having written hundreds of articles for genealogy magazines. He also presents frequently at genealogy conferences. In this interview, he discusses a number of subjects, including how to find your ancestry on the Internet.
You can see this video by clicking on the link below:
If the above link does not work for you, you can also view it by going to http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid464120989/bclid240119644/bctid958622049
Hint: If you are on a dial-up Internet connection, you may encounter "jerkiness" as the video downloads and tries to play. If so, simply click on PAUSE. You will then see the video continue to download in the background, and it will be stored temporarily on your hard drive. Then click PLAY once again, and it should be much smoother as the video is retrieved from your hard drive at full speed.
If you have not seen Roots Television recently, I would suggest that you go to http://www.RootsTelevision.com and see what else is available on this growing resource. The owners of the site have been adding a lot of content and it is now becoming both an entertaining and educational site for genealogists in many countries. I think you will be very impressed with the many offerings available at http://www.RootsTelevision.com.