Angellica Bell is going on a big journey - to trace her family's roots which she knows nothing about. She'll be following the route that the slave trade ships would have taken.
Angellica starts off in Bristol, where ships laden with goods would go off to Africa. A DNA test reveals to Angellica that her family were probably from Senegal, West Africa.
In Senegal, actors show Angellica what would have happened to her ancestors - captured, robbed of their freedom and put onto ships.
But they also took some time out to relax!!
Angellica finds out more about her Senegalese family - and tries out a traditional Senegalese headdress.
Then she has a traditional Senegalese dinner - sitting on the floor and eating from a shared plate with a spoon.
Her enslaved family would have been taken from Senegal to Goree Island, where they would have been kept before being taken to the Caribbean in appalling conditions.
Built in 1776, the slave house was where slaves would be weighed, measured and fed before entering "the door of no return" and starting their journey across the sea.
In St Lucia, Angellica searches out family records and discovers her great grandfather's marriage certificate, which includes his mum's name, Victoria Lawrencin.
Another document shows that Victoria Lawrencin was a slave working on a plantation, a giant farm. Angellica realises her family were once slaves.
Angellica catches up with her aunty and can tell her all about her discovery - that her family were almost certainly slaves from Senegal.
Her family in St Lucia put on a party - including Angellica's favourite meal, macaroni cheese! Watch out for the show Angellica: Time Traveller on BBC1 on Monday 26 March at 5pm.