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Nanny Carole shares memories of her life as a pearly queen with her granddaughter Ella.
Mum Mary shares her memories of being an architect with her two sons, Callum and Gabriel.
Daddy Raj shares his memories of his life as a Bollywood actor with his daughter Suhaana.
Mummy Kirstin shares her memories of being a Brownie with her twin sons Arran and Gregor.
Daddy Gerard shares his memories of growing up in Kenya with his son Sammy.
Tappi Tony shares his memories of aeroplanes with his step-grandchildren Amy and Tommy.
Grandma Janet shares her memories of her life as a TV presenter with her grandson Kit.
Mummy Rachel shares her memories of life as a ballroom dancer with her daughter Darcey.
Great Uncle Robert shares his memories of life as a baker with his great nephew, Zak.
Great Auntie Val shares her memories of her love of sailing with her great niece Leila.
PaBa John tells his grandson Harry about life as a farmer in Australia.
Bampi Alan shares his memories of working on the buses with his granddaughter Seren.
Uncle Jamma shares his memories of being a musician with his nephew Reiss.
Mummy Sarah shares her memories with her daughter Isla of growing up in a hotel.
Grandad Billy shares his memories of being a lighthouse keeper with his grandson, David.
Baba Bryn shares his memories of growing up in Kenya and playing polo with his daughter.
Jack finds out all about digging for stone in the family's quarry.
Grandad John shares his memories of being a policeman with his grandson Jack.
Mummy Julia shares her memories of climbing mountains with her daughter Lucy.
Daddy Peter tells his son Joe all about winning a gold medal for playing tennis.
Grandad Alan shares his memories of his life as a beefeater with his granddaughter Leah.
Mummy Claire shares her memories of growing up on a blueberry farm in New Zealand.
Daddy Malcolm shares memories of his old job as a weaver with his children Zoe and Aidan.
Uncle Wayne shares his memories of surfing in Australia with his niece, Kirra.
Mummy Jade and her daughter Sylvie find out what it was like to be a child 100 years ago.