Heir Hunters unearth family tree of Britain's first record producer

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Heir Hunters unearth family tree of Britain's first record producer

Experts searching for those with a claim to the fortune of a 96 year-old man from Gloucestershire who died alone have found he had links to Britain's first ever record producer.

Research uncovered Percival Overbury was related to music pioneer Joe Meek, who worked with some of the biggest stars of the 1960s.

The story is revealed in the latest series of BBC's Heir Hunters. 

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