Culture24 takes a cultural look at the best sporting exhibitions together with gems from the history of sport with reviews, museum event listings, websites and resources from museums and archives across the UK.
From Ronny Rosenthal and David Pleat to David Cameron's views on contentious terms and the rise of Sunday football, the Jewish Museum's new show is all about the game.
On the 10th anniversary of winning the BBC's Restoration series, planners at Manchester's 107-year-old public Victoria Baths are holding a celebratory month of events.
Andy Murray has gifted the kit he wore during his momentous Mens' Singles Championship 2013 victory to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum.
A new display at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall celebrates the early pioneers of British surfing with over 100 audio and video clips from the First Wave Project.
Manx National Heritage is inviting TT visitors to explore its digitised TT archive, take in a special exhibition and attend screenings and talks during the Isle of Man TT fortnight.
A gold body cast of Olympic gymnast and primetime television twirler Beth Tweddle, will be officially unveiled at the Museum of Liverpool this week.
Ben Ainslie's boat, Rita, will be at the National Maritime Museum for the rest of the year, rivalled by a Grenadan team flag gifted to the Horsham Museum.
As part of the London 2012 Paralympic Flame Festival celebration, Stoke Mandeville tells the story of the Paralympic Movement from 1948 to modern day.
The Jamaican-English photographer follows the fortunes of 16 young hopefuls dreaming of London 2012 in a series of portraits with heart at Impressions Gallery in Bradford.
Using photography, film and memorabilia, M Shed reveals how the city's unique landscape influences alternative sports and provides a picture of the people who take part.
An International Olympic Committee commission sees artists from around the world reflect on the Olympic values in film works showing in Bexhill and Manchester.
Workshops delivered by Weymouth based art group Artwey are helping people produce pictures of the Olympic athletes, local stars or ordinary people who inspire them.
Aleksandra Mir and John Gerrard are among nine artists proposing an alternative to the sporting summer of 2012 at the South London Gallery.
Tommy Godwin, the man who won a cycling medal when the Games visited London in 1948, is one of the Coventry heroes involved in a show honouring two-wheeled glory.
Originally paired with an accompanying exhibition showcasing the gold symbols of London 2012, a show of sculpture and sport at the Hunterian charts the history of medals.