The first episode was videotaped in Nashville, Tennessee. However, each episode is set in a different city and this week's show will feature guests in Detroit. The program was videotaped at the Daley Rhea Mansion in “Motor City.”
A Ford Motor Company’s first female design engineer learns details of her parents’ secret World War II activities and her father’s untimely death. A Mexican-American woman discovers the truth about her family’s groundbreaking presence in Michigan, and a Civil War-era ancestor charged with murder. A long-held question about a woman’s relation to Abraham Lincoln is answered. And a husband’s amateur sleuthing gets a once-over from Roadshow researchers who confirm his wife’s connection to a legendary explorer.
You can watch Kenyatta Berry, Josh Taylor, and the many guests of Genealogy Roadshow on your local PBS station. The program is scheduled to be broadcast on Monday, September 30, at 9 PM Eastern U.S. time, 8 PM Central. However, each PBS station is independent and many PBS stations are known to frequently shift broadcast times. Check your local listings for the station and time near you.