Fisher is the primary person behind Extreme Genes Family History Radio. His popular podcast has thousands of listeners all over the world. The latest episode features interviews with myself and with Mark Donnelly.
I talked about recent experiences at the combined RootsTech and FGS conferences with about 22,500 attendees.
Mark recently broke through a genealogy “brick wall” about a man who changed his name in the 1890s and his descendants had no clue as to his true name. Mark used DNA to find the man’s true name. That sounds impossible but listen to the Extreme Genes podcast to learn how Mark did just that.
Fisher also tells the latest news about the recent discovery of Richard III’s body and the DNA analysis as well. He described a possible case of babies being switched at birth in 1913, all discovered by DNA. Tom Perry also answered a listener question on preservation.
You can listen to the latest broadcast of Extreme Genes Family History Radio and also see a list of previous podcasts by starting at http://extremegenes.com.
You can also listen to Extreme Genes podcasts on an iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Android device by going to your device’s app store and searching for “Extreme Genes.”