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Beautiful Roman "Swiss army knife" is star archaeological attraction at Cambridge's Fitzwilliam Museum
With a spoon, knife, fork, toothpick and spike among its arsenal, the Fitzwilliam's six-pronged implement is its most popular online exhibit. Find out more.
Author James Russell is searching for a series of rare Edward Bawden watercolours which disappeared into private collections after two London shows during the 1930s.
English Heritage, Natural England and archaeologists from the University of Southampton hope to discover the climate Neanderthals lived in during a project in Ebbsfleet.
History & Heritage
Assembled over 30 years, a set of works by Turner and Gainsborough contemporary John Smart have gone on display for the first time, valued at more than £1 million.
Science & Nature
Scientists in Leicester have spent ten years being woken up or interrupted by Swift, a satellite which hurtles around the Earth monitoring explosive cosmic events. But its best discoveries could be yet to come.
Andrew Woods, the Curator of Numismatics for York Museums Trust, on the Roman artefacts making up a new online exhibition of astonishing burials found in the region.
First World War
Selina Lock, whose new story is included in a Graphic Anthology of the First World War, says her account of the Scottish Women's Hospital is an unrevealed tale from Russia.