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The project to restore the LCT 7074 - a Landing Craft which carried up to ten tanks at a time on D-Day - will benefit from the banking crisis, the Chancellor has announced.
A permanent sound archive of the restored and recreated working machines at the Museum of Computing is being created by sound artist Matt Parker.
The last photograph taken of Sir Winston Churchill and the flag that flew over Washington on the day of his death are among the objects on display in an exhibition at his family home of Chartwell in Kent.
The National Portrait Gallery's Van Dyck self portrait is limbering up for a massive UK tour with a restorative seaside holiday at Margate's Turner Contemporary.
Norfolk based painter John Virtue brings his epic monochromatic seascapes to the Towner in Eastbourne. From one coast to another, the sea is ever-inspiring. Mark Sheerin hears why.
See a few of the key exhibits to look out for when the exhibition, HMS Victory: The Untold Story, opens at Historic Dockyard Chatham in February.
Archaeologists hope to find 2,000 years of artefacts at a Winchester site which was used by the Hessians - a group of German soldiers who fought for the British during the 18th century.
Seventy five years since the conflict ended, Conflict and Conscience looks at the work of artists who brought the Spanish Civil War home to the UK.
Artist's Statement: Bob and Roberta Smith on running against Michael Gove in the 2015 general election
Never shy of a brightly-coloured slogan, Bob and Roberta Smith has visited the constituency of Surrey Heath for the first time. He tells Culture24 about hard-nosed economics and Russell Brand.
National media coverage has suggested a Middle Age coin hoard, found in Buckinghamshire just before Christmas, could be worth £1 million. Ros Tyrrell, the county's in-demand archaeologist, hopes......
As one of a series of royal correspondences going on show later this month, the defeated Napoleon Bonaparte pleaded for the “hospitality of the British people” after his defeat.