Fans Of Long Lost Family Will Love Stacey Dooley's DNA Family Secrets
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We all love a Stacey Dooley-fronted show, and the journalist and documentary maker is back with another must-see series.
The 33-year-old will host BBC Two's upcoming DNA Family Secrets, which fans of ITV's beloved series Long Lost Family are set to love.
You can watch the trailer below.
The series follows Stacey as she helps to answer people's burning questions about their family, health or ancestry with a visit to a DNA testing clinic.
Working with one of the UK's leading geneticists, Professor Turi King, as well as top genealogists, social workers and doctors, they'll use the advances in DNA technology to help reveal lost heritage, track down missing relatives and detect debilitating diseases before it's too late.
DNA testing in the UK is becoming increasingly popular, with over 26 million of us in the UK having taken a DNA test in the past decade.
This growing popularity in genetic testing has created a network of databases that can answer questions previously impossible to know about our families, ancestry and health.
Speaking in the trailer, Stacey says: "Everyone deserves to know where they really come from.
"What secrets could be hidden in your past? Join me as we use DNA to answer life-changing questions about who we really are."
A release date is yet to be confirmed, so keep checking back at Tyla for updates.
In other TV news, we've been given a first look at the third and final series of BBC's hit drama, Keeping Faith.
The hit series, which was produced by BBC Wales and made simultaneously in both English and Welsh, follows the story Faith Howells, a lawyer, wife and mother who tries to find the truth behind her husband's sudden disappearance.
Eve Myles returns as Faith Howells for the third series, as she attempts to navigate the fall out of her marriage break-up, while taking on an emotionally wrenching legal medical case involving a gravely ill little boy.