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An archaeology lover and food extraordinaire is offering chutneys, jams, dressings and relishes, emblazoned with Richard III's boar and handpicked from around Leicestershire.
Award-winning composer Andrew Williams' new installation at the University of Leicester's arts centre examines sound, space and the challenges facing humanity.
A two-day costumed spectacular, Return of the Garrison, will reunite many of the cast of the original Star Wars film at the National Space Centre in Leicester.
Faecal contamination allowed parasites to hatch, migrate through Richard III's body, mature in his lungs and grow once re-swallowed, say experts examining his intestines.
One of the archaeologists on the now-famous Richard III dig talks about the "awesome experience" of excavating the Grey Friars site.
Concluding with a month-long dig including the discovery of a coffin thought to contain a Medieval knight, the Leicester team who found Richard III have locked the gates.
Visitors to Leicester could be given the chance to search for aliens via a telescope in outer space if a $2 million campaign to send a public telescope into orbit succeeds.
From a Bank Holiday party in Cambridge to the inspiring Museums at Night and the opening of the £27 million Mary Rose Museum, here are our history highlights this month.
Following the major exhibition of the influential photographer's work in Leicester earlier this year, 150 August Sanders-inspired photos come courtesy of students and the public.
Following the discovery of Richard III's body, an exhibition looking at the evidence and methods behind the search - including a recreation of his skull - is proving popular.
As the University of Leicester confirms the discovery of the body of Richard III, one of the experts involved in the project explains more about the king's violent death at the Battle of Bosworth.
Having matched DNA from the skeleton with descendents of Richard III, experts say they have proved "beyond reasonable doubt" that the skeleton is that of the King.
From Brighton to Newcastle, this month sees extinction, a Squeeze/Hug Machine, steampunk and reconstructed heads in a packed scientific line-up.
Ecce Homo - a porfolio described as a "monstrous menagerie" from the anti-war satirist who was forced to flee Nazi Germany - goes on show as one of two rare portfolios.
The three-week archaeological excavation at Greyfriars, where Richard III is thought to have been buried, has found a complete skeleton.