The latest podcasts from The National Archives include three which may be of interest to family tree researchers.
Behind the scenes: two centuries of census-taking. This looks at how the ten-yearly census was organised and how it was carried out. You may also be interested in our article on the census.
The Metropolitan Police: an introduction to records of service 1829-1958. If your ancestor joined the Metropolitan Police in London, then this talk will be of interest as it guides you through the various available records.
Suing and being sued – finding people in legal disputes. A look at the various types of courts, both civil and criminal, and their records which are to be found in The National Archives.