Next Episode of Long Lost Family: What Happened Next is
Since Long Lost Family began four years ago, the series has reunited over 100 people with their long lost relatives. But the reunion is just the beginning, and in Long Lost Family: What Happened Next, the programme revisits nine of the most extraordinary searches, to find out what happened after the families were reunited. Presented by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell, the series will discover how these remarkable reunions have transformed people's lives, and what it's like to build a relationship with a family member after a lifetime apart.
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell revisit more of the programme's most memorable searches, catching up with two people whose lives have been transformed. Kathleen Fraser Jackson was reunited with her birth mother in Canada, and the programme follows her to Jamaica to meet her youngest sister Peta Gay for the first time. The second story has never been shown before and features twins who were separated as babies.
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell follow the story of reunited siblings Geoffrey Tonks and Barbara Jacobs as they investigate a family mystery and try to trace a missing sister on Geoffrey's father's side. They also catch up with Robert Lindsay, who explores the difficulties of building a father/son relationship so late in life, and brother and sister Nicholas Rhoades and Cayley Cox talk about how they have already experienced an enormous amount together in the year that has passed since they met for the first time.
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell follow three stories of sons coming to terms with the past, including Marc Wolfe's struggle to form a bond with his birth mother Esther, who lives in New Zealand. However, his search for identity didn't end there as researchers were able to reunite him with his birth father David, and the pair have grown close. One significant hurdle remained in the form of introducing David to his adoptive father Terry, and cameras were there as Marc introduces his two dads to each other.
Anne Clegg and her mother Janet were first reunited nearly a decade ago. She reveals the impact their successful mother-daughter relationship has had on her life. The team also catches up with grandmother Alice Jones, who was originally looking for her younger brother Sam. And there is an update on Sharon Harte and her sisters, Carole, Terri and Sandra.
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