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Emma Willis and Craig Revel Horwood for new series of Who Do You Think You Are?

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Big Brother host Emma Willis and Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood will appear on Who Do You Think You Are? this year.

The genealogy show returns for a fourteenth series in the summer on BBC One with a brand new star studded line-up from the worlds of TV, sport, music, comedy and dance.

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Actor Charles Dance, sports broadcaster Clare Balding, presenter Emma Willis, Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood, actor Noel Clarke, popstar Lulu, EastEnders actress Lisa Hammond, Citizen Khan comedian Adil Ray, presenter Fearne Cotton, and actress and comedian Ruby Wax all delve into their past in this year’s series.

The series will follow actor Charles Dance’s extraordinary journey as he uncovers the true story of the father he never knew, Craig Revel Horwood traces his Australian roots and discovers he’s not the first dancer in the family, while Clare Balding explores her great grandfather’s deep and possibly romantic relationship with a male artist.

From the Australian gold rush to baking powder, from prisoners of war to African royalty, from long lost relatives to vanishing fortunes, the celebrities uncover the remarkable and compelling stories of their ancestors.

Executive Producer for Wall to Wall Colette Flight said: “Who Do You Think You Are? returns with another fantastic line-up. Our ten celebrities set off on the trail of their ancestors, their journeys taking them to all corners of the globe and places the series has never been before, from a remote Caribbean island to a kingdom in Uganda.

"The stories they unearth in their family trees are affecting, revelatory, and always fascinating.”

Tom McDonald, BBC Head of Commissioning, Natural History and Specialist Factual, added: “Following its recent BAFTA success, this new series of Who Do You Think You Are? promises fascinating revelations from some of the UK’s best-loved actors, performers and presenters.

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"The series continues to be our most watched history series across the BBC - and I know viewers are in for a real treat."

Who Do You Think You Are? will air on BBC One this summer.

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