East of England
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As the Edward Bawden Scrapbooks are published, we talk to the Fry Art Gallery about the originals held in their collection and the man who created them.
Archaeologists have discovered in exquisite detail what people ate and owned at Britain's finest Bronze Age site
Archaeologists say Must Farm is "the complete set" and its contents point to the materialistic "stuffocation" of Bronze Age society.
Backed by The Quietus, the seventh annual music event at Cambridge's Wysing Arts Centre is the first fully acoustic edition. Director and Curator Donna Lynas tells Culture24 more.
A kitchen story, a quarry, bones and gaming pieces: These medieval finds have been found at a Suffolk school
Excavations at a Suffolk school have revealed a series of objects from across the centuries - including the remains of a kitchen and cold store built on an 11th century road.
From a suffrage march more than a century ago to 18th century poppy illustrations, see a dozen of the most magnificent items at Oxford's Bodleian Library.
"I try to frighten myself": Master musician and curator David Toop on his extraordinary cassette tape archives
The former Flying Lizard and Brian Eno collaborator tells us about his new exhibition at Wysing Arts Centre, delving into the BBC Sound Archive and interviews with several legendary musicians.
A group of artists have spent more than a year gaining unprecedented access to Ely Cathedral, built in the 7th century and once a Benedictine abbey. One of them, Caroline Forward, describes some of......
A set of incredibly beautiful coffins owned by a priest in Ancient Egypt have gone on display in a new exhibition in Cambridge called Death on the Nile, alongside loans from the British Museum and......
Metre-wide wheel found at Must Farm shows Bronze Age transport and technological ingenuity, say archaeologists
A "remarkable but fragile" wheel measuring a metre in diameter is the oldest of its kind to be found intact, say archaeologists working at "Peterborough's Pompeii".