The emotional rollercoaster comes to an end. It’s the last in the season of Long Lost Family!

Posted by Brian Gallagher on August 31, 2014 in Ancestry.com Site, Long Lost Family, United Kingdom

It has been quite the emotional rollercoaster this season. We have had front row seats to some beautiful reunions. We have smiled and cried in equal measure as we shared the journeys of this season’s participants. Join Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell as they help people find their absent family members in the final episode of Long Lost Family. Sandra… Read more

Happiness and Sadness in Equal Measure in this Week’s “Long Lost Family”

Posted by Brian Gallagher on August 24, 2014 in Ancestry.com Site, Long Lost Family, United Kingdom

Join Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell as they take on the challenge of uniting families in the penultimate episode in this season of Long Lost Family.                 John Farrell John Farrell is a 46-year old catering manager and Army reservist. His childhood was marked by feelings of inadequacy and… Read more

Two stories. Two Reunions. Many Tears! There’s Only One Long Lost Family.

Posted by Brian Gallagher on August 17, 2014 in Long Lost Family, United Kingdom

  Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell have been our expert guides through the emotional landscape of Long Lost Family, and in episode six the team succeeds again in reuniting families and healing old wounds.   Helen Salmon and Colin Deering Colin and Helen’s mother, Nellie Dixon, was a music hall performer. Nellie had Colin in… Read more

Painful Memories and Warm Embraces in Episode Five of Long Lost Family.

Posted by Brian Gallagher on August 9, 2014 in Ancestry.com Site, In The Community, Long Lost Family, United Kingdom

Last week’s episode of Long Lost Family was probably the most emotional yet. But it doesn’t stop there. This week Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell worked tirelessly to reunite more long-separated families. In episode five we’ll witness two reunions that are healing the pain of the past. Sheila Thomas and Jacqui Denton Growing up in London, Sheila was… Read more

Two searches, one family! Get ready for another episode of Long Lost Family

Posted by Brian Gallagher on August 2, 2014 in Ancestry.com Site, In The Community, Long Lost Family, Stories, United Kingdom

The inspiring stories on Long Lost Family have brought us to tears on more than one occasion, as Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell worked tirelessly to reunite long separated families. In episode four we will witness a first for the Long Lost Family team. Inge Dart Growing up in Kenya, Inge’s life was overshadowed by her domineering mother.… Read more

Second chances and emotional reunions in the next “Long Lost Family”

Posted by Brian Gallagher on July 24, 2014 in In The Community, Long Lost Family, United Kingdom, Who Do You Think You Are?

With the new season of Long Lost Family now in full swing and tissue sales at an all-time high, Davina McCall & Nicky Campbell continue to give us front row seats at some beautiful family reunions. In episode three we hear the stories of Richard Cue and Tania Bartlett. While both stories are different they… Read more

Long Lost Family continues to change lives and move us to tears

Posted by Brian Gallagher on July 14, 2014 in In The Community, Long Lost Family, Stories, United Kingdom

  Last Monday saw the return of the BAFTA award winning show Long Lost Family. Davina McCall & Nicky Campbell reunited families who had been separated for most of their lives, in what was a very emotional first episode of the new season.     Episode two features more emotional stories of heartbreak, separation and… Read more

Have Your Tissues at the Ready! The New Series of Long Lost Family is Here.

Posted by Brian Gallagher on July 10, 2014 in Long Lost Family, United Kingdom

Monday the 14th July sees the return of the BAFTA award winning show Long Lost Family. The show traces and reunites families who have been separated for most of their lives. In what is often an emotional and moving journey, Long Lost Family explores the background of each family’s separation and why it occurred. Many… Read more