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The foundation of who we are

Discovering the unknown ancestry of well-known Australian personalities, and in turn the multicultural identity that continues to define Australia.

Appearing on 'Who Do You Think You Are?' the former NRL star's life-changing discoveries led to a spiritual awakening.
"Why am I so passionate about where our food comes from? Maybe it made me a better chef, just realising that so many of my ancestors were all bloody farmers!"
The trio join Dr Chris Brown, Liz Ellis, Myf Warhurst, Matt Moran and Paula Duncan in the emotive new series, which premieres Tuesday, 21 June at 7.30pm on SBS.
Genealogy hacks can help you break through brick walls and uncover your family history.
Genetics can tell us many things, some of which we may not be prepared for.
There's been quite a few celebrity skeletons in the closet that have been unearthed thanks to 'Who Do You Think You Are' over the past seven seasons. See some of...
Retracing the celebrities who uncovered some serious skeletons in their family's closets.

Examine your own history

Have you ever wondered where your ancestors are from? 
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A simple DNA test helped to connect Michael Evans to the truth about his genetic past and thousands of relatives living across the globe that he never knew he had.
“From a personal experience, it’s helped to complete my life. I know where I’ve come from.”