Literature & Music
Explore Britain's rich literary and musical heritage with events, features, news and web resources collected from hundreds of museums, archives, historic properties and libraries across the UK .
Having visited the homes of "Superfans", a new exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who through the collections of those who love the series.
The British Library's wonderful collection shows Georgian Britain as a magnificent, intellectual, industrious and fun-loving place, says Emily Beeson.
A four-year agreement will allow treasures from the Bodleian and Vatican Libraries' collections of Greek, Hebrew and early printed biblical texts to be viewed free online.
A grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund has saved Whitley Bay's much-loved Spanish City and Dome from possible dereliction and ensured its future evolution.
National Museum Cardiff hosts the pop art veteran's ongoing exploration of the Welsh poet's 'play for voices', Under Milk Wood. We speak to curator Beth McIntyre.
Brighton's former royal palace, museum and major performing arts venue are at the centre of plans for a £35 million project at the former home of George IV.
One of the many bizaare incidents in the death of Dylan Thomas is to be celebrated at Chepstow Drill Hall as Chepstow Museum searches for a bar with an unusual yet natural connection to the poet.
A year-long programme between Britain and Germany begins with a charming exhibition of around 200 items from Georgian society.
A rare portrait made by Charlotte Brontë of one of her friends has been returned to the Brontë home in Yorkshire for the first time in more than 170 years.
A groundbreaking puppet used in the National Theatre's smash hit production War Horse has been donated to the V&A by its creators and operators Handspring Puppets.
Costumes, maquettes, sketches and more from the creative team behind the global stage version of The Lion King accompany a visit from the show to Edinburgh.
Poetry Zoo, a new digital platform for poets, has launched with the intention of empowering stifled writers and giving them the opportunity to be seen and read.
Joanna Lumley is launching an appeal to save the windows of Moat Brae House in Dumfries, which inspired JM Barrie to write Peter Pan.
The NPG continues the fascination with David Bowie exhibitions as it prepares to show a portrait of David Bowie as the Elephant Man in a display of Pop Artist Derek Bohsier's "imaginary portraits"......
A book which is less than a millimetre in height features as part of an Edinburgh show revealing the surprising popularity of miniature titles during centuries past.