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Marianne Faithfull Sixties icon Marianne Faithfull explores thevery interesting ancestorial life of her half-Jewish mother, Eva, part of the artistically adventurous scene in 1920s Berlin: “what a woman, I had no idea.” John Simpson Knowing his lineage was entwined with that of Wild West entertainer and flying pioneer Samuel Cody, the journalist is amazed to discover the true relationship, and gain a better perspective on his great-grandmother: “She was a heroine in her own right.” From newscasting to family history, a great story is told in this episode.

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Sarah Millican The home-loving RT columnist Sarah Millican is astonished to uncover adventurous ancestors.

One risked his life off Britain’s coasts, while the other left the Orkney islands to work for the Hudson’s Bay Company in Canada with horrific consequences.

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