It is that time of year when the National Archives of the UK make the news – thanks to the annual release of 30-year-old government documents.
But the Archives, in Kew, west London, are busy all year round – partly because of a huge growth in interest in family history.
Chief executive Natalie Ceeney gave the BBC’s Sanchia Berg a rare tour behind the scenes of the National Archives – including both highlights of the past and plans for the future.
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