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The most famous fictional Londoner has been reinvented and reinterpreted in countless guises over the decades. Rachel Teskey takes a trip back to Victorian London.
Limber up for one of the best painting exhibitions of the year with ten of the best from the National Gallery's blockbusting Rembrandt: The Late Years.
Foundling Museum curator Stephanie Chapman explores the life and work of Dr Richard Mead physician to Alexander Pope, Sir Robert Walpole, Isaac Newton and Samuel Johnson.
From radical opera to medieval history, co-director Suzie Leighton finds it near-impossible to pick a favourite from the eclectic programme at this year's festival.
A 1st century Roman amphora, found during work on the Jubilee Line at London Bridge Underground Station in 1999, has been split into 126 fragments by conservation experts.
In a Museum of London commission, Kasia Wozniak has used a mid-19th century plate technique to take on the work of Arthur Conan Doyle. Her work, she explains, is a kind of alchemy.
The V&A has released details of its major retrospective of the work of the visionary fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen and it promises to be spectacular.
The Conspiracy of the Batavians under Claudius Civilis will be seen in the UK for the first time after Sweden's Royal Academy of Fine Arts agreed to loan in to the National Gallery.
The British Library ballot to view the last four original Magna Cartas together for the first time in history has opened.
Archaeologists on the Thames foreshore want to explore the river stairs which acted as London's bus and tube stops - if they can raise £3,000 through a public appeal.
Horace Walpole, Frankenstein, Wallace and Gromit, Jekyll and Hyde and The Wicker Man all feature in the British Library's new exhibition. Rachel Teskey steps into the shadows.
Ahead of the museum's first major exhibition in more than ten years - this December's First World War in the Air show - curators are inviting one blogger to be a part of it.
The RAF Museum has placed one of its prized exhibits, a WWI Sopwith Camel, high in the rafters of the new First World War in the Air exhibition space which opens in December 2014.
The 2014 Turner Prize at Tate Britain has a clear frontrunner who will either be a shoe-in or pointedly ignored, says Culture24's Mark Sheerin.
Curator Kathleen Soriano, the Royal Academy of Arts' Tim Marlow, our reviewer Nick Stockman and Anselm Kiefer himself on the moving new exhibition in London.