You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy notice”I could have met my mother and I didn’t.”These are the heartbreaking words of 74 year old Ray Jones, talking about his late Liverpool mum, Myra, whom he was separated from as a two year old.Fate decreed they would never see each other again.His poignant story and his happy meeting with Liverpool based half brother Arthur, who is two years younger than him is sure to move millions of viewers to tears when it is told on ITV’S Long Lost Family at 9pm tonight. It’s a story of what might have been, as we hear how West Sussex based retired farmer Ray, who grew up in care not knowing anything about his family, learned of a letter in his Barnardo’s file last year (a change in Barnardo’s policy in 1995 allowed Ray to access his entire care record).The letter was written by Myra in 1957 when Ray was only 15. We see Ray break down as he reads it his mum writes of her heartache and says: “I would truly like to get a letter from him.”The file states that at the time Barnardo’s asked Ray if he wanted any contact with his family but he said he was happy where he was.
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The digital service channel number will be Channel 40. The transmission will carry 3D video content in H.264 (MPEG 4) format and will not necessarily be able to be received on current HDTV receivers. Only specific 3DTV receivers will be capable of decoding the signal and displaying the video content in stereoscopic format..