Just about everyone knows a family tale – but how many of us have discovered if the ones in our own family are true? That’s what actress Ashley Judd sets out to do on tonight’s season finale of Who Do You Think You Are? She starts with the story of an imprisoned Civil War veteran then moves back in time to uncover the details of her family’s very influential New England connection. Ancestry.com is a sponsor of the show. You can watch a preview at www.nbc.com/who-do-you-think-you-are. And be sure to visit www.ancestry.com/whodoyouthinkyouare for details about how you can dig into the truth behind your own family’s stories.
As I write I have the TV on your program “Who do you think you Are?”. I am a member of Ancestry.com and enjoy using it.
For Heaven’s sake! Turn off the annoying score behind the voices!! It is unpleasant, distracting and from my point of view, totally unnecessary!
Dig out some old, old TV shows and old movies and listen to how it was done on most of them. A film score is supposed to enhance the action. A running, constant noise behind the action is just bad.
Everytime the speaker pauses for a breath the noise comes up.
Otherwise it is a wonderful show. It is making our hobby of genealogy more and more popular. That is a good thing!