This month on Genes Reunited we have been focusing on the world of transport and we’ve had some great feedback on our videos, here is a selection of some of our favourites for your enjoyment!
Take a look at some these classic fails through history!
10 of the coolest movie cars of all time!
Following the death of Britain’s first female Prime Minister on Monday 8th April we pay tribute with videos of some of her finest moments.
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Taking a look at videos profiling some of the worst jobs in history, some which are still in action today!
A look at the wonderful world of travel and tourism.
A look at the financial ups and downs of celebrity life!
A collection of videos showcasing the crazy side of life on Earth
These Videos take a look at the history of the famous store and some of those who worked with Harry Selfridge himself.
This week the Cheltenham Festival takes place with many fans putting bets on which horse they feel will bring home success. Here’s a few horse related videos to get you in the mood!
We look at some interesting videos from the world of midwifery.
Celebrating International Woman’s Day With Cool Videos!
March 8th marks International Women’s Day! take a look at some celebratory clips!!!!
Check out these brilliant videos featuring some of the most unexpected, bizarre and mind boggling facts.
Doreen reveals her top Genes tip and tells how she discovered a family secret … . Discover your family history by visiting www.genesreunited.co.uk
Dave and John had been friends for 20 years. People had always commented on how they looked alike and had similar mannerisms, but they hadn’t taken much notice, not until John’s sister started researching their family history. Dave and John were both in for a big surprise!
Find out why Carly Butler is embarking on an epic journey to trace her grandmother’s footsteps, and how love letters bound her grandparents together whilst an ocean and WW2 kept them apart.
Every family has a story, discover yours at www.genesreunited.co.uk
Ray Wilton was just 19 years old when he participated in the June 6th D Day landings on Gold beach. On that day he served on board a motor launch and was tasked with escorting the landing crafts through the German mines and right up on to the beach to help draw fire away from the landing troops. This is Ray’s fascinating and emotional story.