WHO Do You Think You Are? is currently tracing its way through its fourteenth series as celebrities discover their ancestries.
But who is taking part in the current series, when is it on BBC One and who features in the latest episode? Here’s all you need to know…
When can I watch Who Do You Think You Are?
The latest, and last, episode of series 14 of Who Do You Think You Are? is on tonight (October 4) at 8.30pm on BBC One.
It will focus on comedian and actress Ruby Wax.
Viewers will join Ruby as she travels to central Europe to learn more about her parents – who were forced to flee Austria in 1938.
The previous episode focused on EastEnders actress Lisa Hammond as she delves into her family history.
What is Who Do You Think You Are?
Each episode of Who Do You Think You Are? follows a celebrity delving into the secrets of their ancestors.
The genealogy programme has been broadcast on the BBC since 2004 and has seen many emotional revelations.
Some of the most memorable episodes have featured Danny Dyer, JK Rowling and Ricky Tomlinson.
Which other celebs have been on the current series?
The fourteenth series of the hit BBC show has featured some of the nation’s most-loved stars of TV and film.
Fearne Cotton, 35, was born in London on September 3, 1981 to parent Mick and Lyn Cotton.
She began her presenting career at the age of 15 after being spotted by ITV’s Disney Club in 1996 and began to pave her way as the face of various children’s TV shows including Diggit, Eureka TV, Finger Tips and The Saturday Show.
Fearne also co-hosts ITV2’s hit show, Celebrity Juice alongside her best friend Holly Willoughby and Keith Lemon.
Alongside her TV career, Fearne has also enjoyed success on the airwaves as she presenting a string of prime time shows on BBC Radio 1 including the Chart Show and the weekday mid-morning show before leaving in May 2015.
Lulu Kennedy-Cairns OBE – better known simply as Lulu – is a 68-year-old Scottish singer and entertainer.
She was born and raised in Glasgow where from the age of 12 she joined a band as a vocalist and performed with them every Saturday.
At the age of 15 she was signed by Decca Records and released her first single Shout, which reached number seven in the UK charts.
In 2000 she was awarded an OBE by the Queen.
Since inheriting Davina McCall’s role as Big Brother host, Emma Willis has been catapulted into UK television royalty.
The down-to-earth presenter has also fronted The Voice UK since 2014. Emma is currently hosting spin-off series, The Voice Kids.
Emma married Busted singer Matt Willis in 2008 and the couple have three children together – eight-year-old Isabelle, five-year-old Ace and their youngest, one-year-old Trixie.
Noel Clarke is an English actor, director and screenwriter from London.
The 41-year-old is best known for starring opposite Billie Piper, Christopher Ecclestone and David Tennant in Doctor Who between 2005 and 2010.
Noel is the writer and director behind the Kidulthood film series and had a cameo role in 2013’s Star Trek Into Darkness.
The Scottish singer had her biggest hit in 1965 with Shout.
Lulu, 68, has since gone on to find success in both film and TV with roles in Absolutely Fabulous and as a judge on BBC talent show, Let It Shine.
Lulu has two brothers and a sister.
Craig Revel Horwood
Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig will be hoping to trace his family tree on Who Do You Think You Are?
The choreographer, 52, recently enjoyed huge success with his Sister Act theatre tour where X Factor winner Alexandra Burke took the lead role.
Born in Australia, Craig’s quest for knowledge could take him across the globe.
Clare Balding is a journalist, author and award-winning broadcaster who is known for her coverage of landmark sporting events.
The presenter kickstarted her TV career in 1995 when introducing highlights of Royal Ascot.
The much-loved sports presenter will surely be hoping to find athletic blood in her family tree.
Although he’s been consistently awarded rave reviews since joining The Royal Shakespeare Company in the mid-1970s, Charles Dance is perhaps best known for his role as Tywin Lannister in Game Of Thrones.
In a preview for Who Do You Think You Are?, it has been revealed that Charles, 70, discovers he had two secret sisters that were 50 years older than him.
He also discovered that his dad Walter was a Boer War hero and a full quarter of a century older than he had always believed.