6:30 AM ET on BBC One
Documentary series following the work of Britain's ever-growing army of family finders as they track down lost family members.
Jeannie Taplin and her daughter look for Jeannie's father, a Finn who immigrated to Britain in 1917, and discover they have several previously unknown relatives. / Graham Holloway meets his sister for a trip to their childhood town of Southend. They were reunited recently after being separated when they were toddlers.
80-year-old Violet Rossini hasn't seen her big sister Kathleen for 72 years. Violet and Kathleen were taken into the care system at an early age and fostered into separate families, and the last time Violet saw Kathleen she was only eight years old. Now, after a lifetime of wondering what had become of her beloved sister, Violet has sought the help of the Salvation Army's Family Tracing Unit, who have succeeded in tracing Kathleen. Violet travels halfway around the world from her home in Australia for a highly emotional reunion with her sister after more than seven decades apart. Ron Clark grew up in 1950s Liverpool with his mum Elizabeth - but when he was just eight, his life was turned upside down when his mum left him with a neighbour and never returned. Ron ended up in foster care, and it wasn't until 50 years later that he began searching for his mother. He ended up unearthing four siblings he never knew he had, including half-Chinese twins. In this episode, Ron's brother Ray comes over from Bali to meet Ron's foster brother Steve for the very first time.