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Occasional broadcasts regarding Sinclair, St Clair DNA in comparison with the latest research in the field.

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A quick chat with Steve about how to get started in genetics for geneology.

Finding Sinclair DNA in the Honour of Belvoir is very significant.

Listen in as the St Clair Sinclair DNA study interviews Mike Maglio, head of Origin Hunters. When you get your first batch of results back, you expect all the answers. But, in fact, you need a lot more detail to truly make that set of... more

As many of you may know by now, our group formerly known as the Mystery Lineage is a mystery no more. They are what we're now calling the Herdmanston Lineage. For those of you who have not caught up the full story is AT THIS... more

Members of our Sinclair DNA study and other interested families are invited to discuss the basics of DNA and how to get more out of your participation in the study. The past two years have brought a lot of new information. With that have... more

Andrea Di Robilant's latest book, "Irresistible North, From Venice to Greenland on the Trail of the Zen Brothers" is a fresh new look at the Zen (Zeno) brothers and the Zeno Map and Narrative. Steve St Clair, Director of the Sinclair DNA study... more

On Thursday April 14th, at 8 pm eastern time, Bennett Greenspan, President & CEO of Family Tree DNA, will join us for a 1-hour show. We'll be discussing the current state of DNA testing for genealogy and all that Family Tree DNA has to... more

Terry Barton, founder of http://www.WorldFamilies.net joins us to discuss how his company helps families start a family DNA study. Also, we'll go over mutation rates and SNP studies, the next step for any family DNA project. I call Terry for... more

Richard White will discuss his latest book, "These Stones Bear Witness." Author of "Sword of the North," Richard white explores many aspects of the Prince Henry Sinclair story and leaves it for the reader to decide. Steve St. Clair, the host,... more