The BBC Version of the Who Do You Think You Are? Television Programme Reveals Celebrities for the Upcoming Season

Returning for a 14th series, the producers of the U.K. version of the Who Do You Think You Are? Television Programme have reveal;ed the following celebrities will be featured in this year’s version:

  • Games of Thrones’ Charles Dance, OBE – AKA Tywin Lannister
  • Clare Balding, OBE is an award-winning broadcaster, journalist and author.
  • Big Brother’s Emma Willis
  • Director, Choreographer and Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood

  • Fearne Cotton, an English television and radio presenter, best known for presenting a number of popular television programmes such as Top of the Pops and the Red Nose Day telethons.
  • Actor, director and producer Noel Clarke
  • Lulu Kennedy-Cairns, OBE, better known by her stage name Lulu, a Scottish singer, songwriter, actress, television personality and businesswoman
  • EastEnders star Lisa Hammond
  • Comedian Ruby Wax
  • Adil Ray, star of the BBC One comedy Citizen Khan, which he created and co-writes



I really wish that BBC America would choose to rebroadcast all of these episodes here in the States. There have been a number of them (e.g., Billy Connolly) that I would love to watch, and I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one.


Who cares? Celebrities can pay their way but somehow pandering to them is now chic. I don’t get it.


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