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Magical spirit cats, graffiti, Chinese brush painting and dance installations as we take a look at some of the highlights of Brighton's annual door-opening festival.
As part of a new Channel 4 series exploring classic British recipes, top chef Heston Blumenthal heard stories of Nelson's Navy and their dependence on salty beef.
Curator's Choice: The Creative Producer at Brighton's Dome tells us about taking a visual arts approach to the five-day, electronic-led festival which is about to begin.
A four-year agreement will allow treasures from the Bodleian and Vatican Libraries' collections of Greek, Hebrew and early printed biblical texts to be viewed free online.
The role of Brighton as a centre for recuperation and the varied experiences of local people feature in Brighton and Hove's response to the First World War Centenary.
From the first description of a cell in the 17th century to recently developed self-adjustable glasses, a new exhibition charts the history of medical science at Oxford.
Directors Siobhan Davies and David Hinton combine forces for a 50-minute exploration of the creative potential of walking. The resulting film, All This Can Happen, is to be shown as part of Brighton......
Brighton's former royal palace, museum and major performing arts venue are at the centre of plans for a £35 million project at the former home of George IV.
Chartwell, the atmospheric former home of Winston Churchill, is exhibiting the many gifts given to the great British statesman during his stints as Prime Minister.
The Imperial War Museum's Duxford site has won an award for a trail giving disabled people a better day out, with judges praising it for setting a "benchmark" within the sector.
A daring commander who took on the German High Seas Fleet and took part in Special Service will be remembered through his medals, which have gone to Gosport.
The National Museum of Computing has welcomed the nephew of the man who decoded Hitler's Lorenz system and the son of the engineer behind the Colossus computer.
With works by Vivienne Westwood, Grayson Perry, Thomas Heatherwick and Paul Scott, Brighton's Subversive Designs reveals the counter-culture of the decorative arts.
We take a look at the new Turner in Brighton exhibition, at the city's Royal Pavilion, and find out what some of the people involved with the show enjoy most about it.
Mark Sheerin takes a look at the Chichester gallery's focused retrospective of sensuous and meditative grid paintings by the Dublin-born artist.