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Long Lost Family
E6 of 6
Series 1 - Episode 6
Carole Davies and Samantha Grygolowicz
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In this episode of the emotional family reunion show, Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell assist Carole in her search for her father, brother and sister whom she last saw – for the first and only time – 50 years ago. They also help Samantha, who’s of mixed race, to find the Jamaican dad she has not seen since she was five. Brought up in a white family, Samantha hopes that meeting him will help her to make sense of her cultural identity.
The story of Carole Davies, who 50 years ago met her father, brother and sister for the first and last time and has been searching for them ever since. Also featured is Samantha Grygolowicz, a mixed-race woman who grew up in a white family and has not seen her Jamaican father since she was five. Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell present.
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