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Long Lost Family - 12th May 2011


Published in Genes Reunited Blog on 12 May 2011 17:00 : long lost family tv : 1 comment : 2241 views

This week's Long Lost Family focused on two women born to unmarried mothers in the 1960's. Back then having a child out of wedlock was perceived as a "dirty secret". Sarah Gayle and Laura McCarthy have both spent a lifetime searching for their mothers and the Long Lost Family team helped them with their search.


Long Lost Family - Another amazing episode!


Published in Genes Reunited Blog on 6 May 2011 17:00 : long lost family tv : 0 comments : 1923 views

Another amazing episode of Long Lost family last night on ITV1.


Long Lost Family - 28th April 2011


Published in Genes Reunited Blog on 28 Apr 2011 17:00 : long lost family tv : 0 comments : 1476 views

The second programme of Long Lost Family on Thursday 28th April was incredibly emotional from beginning to end. 


Long Lost Family - April 21st 2011


Published in Genes Reunited Blog on 22 Apr 2011 17:00 : long lost family tv : 0 comments : 1145 views

The first episode of Long Lost Family told the stories of Jennifer Wilson and Karen Lloyd.  Both had emotional tales, telling how they had never felt complete once they knew a close family member wasn't in their lives.