It’s Follow Friday and I want to recommend three genealogy podcasts that’s sure to enhance your genealogical learning/research this week and beyond; enjoy!
African Roots Podcast with author, lecturer, and professional genealogist, Angela Walton-Raji, is a wonderful treat. If you’re interested in African American family history then this bi-weekly podcast about research strategies, conversations with authors, website features, and book recommendations — is for YOU! I became a regular listener of this podcast during Black History Month 2012 and I’ve been hooked ever since. So be sure to access any, or all, of the February 2012 Episodes (#148-150) on demand 24-7 right now!
The Genealogy Gems Podcast with the dynamic Lisa Louise Cooke, is exactly that — a true GEM! Her podcasts bring genealogy news, research tips/tricks, expert interviews and inspiration to genealogists in 75 countries around the world. In addition to hosting her own podcast, she is the host of the popular Family Tree Magazine Podcast and Family History: Genealogy Made Easy Show. I became a regular listener of this podcast after attending a couple of Louise’s sessions during the Houston Family History Expo 2012 in April. I started with Episode #130 – Roots Magic 5, APG, the 1940 Census and more. So check out Episode #130 online today!
The Genealogy Guys Podcast with genealogy professionals — George G. Morgan and Drew Smith — is the longest running, regularly produced podcast WORLDWIDE! They have been actively discussing all things “genealogy” on the world wide web since 4 September 2005. This weekly 30-minute podcast, filled with valuable news and information, is intended to help make you a more — savvy genealogical researcher. I became a regular listener of this podcast earlier this year with – Episode #231: 31 January 2012. Listen to Episode #231 on demand right now!
Thanks for the shout out! And I love your blog logo.
Hi Lisa and you are so-o-o welcome! Your podcasts are wonderful and definitely worth telling others about. Thanks so much for the compliment about my blog’s logo too; I appreciate you!