Touring the UK with the BBC
We’re taking part in the BBC World War One At Home Live Events tour, visiting locations across the UK from May-September 2014.
Visit our stall and find out more about your First World War relatives, or anyone else you’re researching.
Learn more about how Lives of the First World War can be used to uncover and share the stories of the 8 million people who contributed – and how you can help create their permanent digital memorial.
BBC World War One At Home Live Events tour dates
Entry to many of the events is free. Flagship BBC World War One At Home Events are marked *.
May 31: Norwich, The Forum, BBC Radio Norfolk
June 14-15: Liverpool, Mersey River Festival, BBC Radio Merseyside
June 21: Stoke on Trent, Kings Hall BBC Radio Stoke Family History Day
June 24: Blackpool, Armed Forces Week, BBC Radio Lancashire
June 28: Woolwich Great Get Together and Armed Forces Day, BBC London 94.9 *
July 5-6: Colchester, Colchester Military Tournament, BBC Essex
July 8-10: Harrogate, Great Yorkshire Show, BBC Radio York/BBC Radio Leeds/BBC Radio Sheffield
July 12-13: Wolverhampton, The Wolverhampton & Black Country Show, BBC WM 95.6 *
July 19: Hull, Queen Victoria Square BBC Radio Humberside
July 22: Skegness, BBC Radio Lincolnshire
July 26-27: The Sunderland International Airshow, BBC Newcastle *
August 1-2: Dundee, City Square, BBC Scotland *
August 4: Folkestone Step Short, BBC Radio Kent Road of Remembrance
August 8-10: Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, BBC Radio Bristol *
August 14: Okehampton, Okehampton Show, BBC Radio Devon
August 16-17: Eastbourne International Air Show, BBC Sussex
August 20: Weymouth Carnival, BBC Radio Solent
August 23-24: Leicester City Festival, BBC Radio Leicester
August 30-31: Rhyl, Wales Rhyl Airshow, BBC Wales *
September 6-7: Portrush, Co. Antrim. Air Waves Portrush, BBC Northern Ireland *
September 10: Gloucester History Festival, BBC Radio Gloucestershire
September 13-14: Manchester Piccadilly Gardens, BBC Radio Manchester
September 19-20: Nottingham, Nottingham Fields of Battle Exhibition *
September 21: Derbyshire Day, BBC Radio Derby