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A researcher at the Royal Armouries in Leeds is researching the ballistic qualities of a vest that could have saved the life of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
William, Kate and Prince Harry saw the Tour off, cycling star Lizzie Armistead camped overnight and The Red Arrows and World War II planes soared as Le Tour visited Yorkshire.
The Yorkshire Festival heralds exhibitions ranging from French porcelain to giant outdoor sculptures, while a land art project stretches across the South Pennine area.
English Heritage researchers will concentrate on 19th and 20th century pubs in Leeds in a bid to enhance our appreciation of the disappearing buildings.
Leeds City Museum's World View gallery has switched its focus from Africa to Asia. Curator Antonia Lovelace tells us about tea, jade, ivory and Dhol drumming videos.
The Royal Armouries has welcomed an appeal judgement that prevents a rare armet dating to 1500 being sold at auction by a church in Hampshire.
Yorkshire lays on a typically diverse programme of art once again. Here are our top Yorkshire art exhibition picks for 2014.
The former headquarters of the Tetley Brewery will reopen as a new contemporary arts space for Leeds at the end of November.
Portrait of a Woman: Head Resting is one of only 16 known casts by the artist, whose sculptures - with one notably controversial exception - were usually made in private.
Inspired by 19th century clockmakers the Potts family, an installation on the facade of a flagship building in Leeds features footage of city folk in action.
Alix van Zijl, a veterinary surgeon who is a member of one of the top jousting teams in the Netherlands, will make her British debut in the final joust-off at the Royal Armouries.
New show Indifferent Matter includes Hans Haacke, Felix Gonzales-Torres, Andy Warhol and Robert Smithson. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
British artist Becky Beasley draws on the literature of Bernard Malamud and Laurence Sterne and the final canvas by Marcel Duchamp for an intriguing show in Leeds.
A £13,000 pistol-concealing pen, presented to the late Maharaja Hanwant Singh of Marwar-Jodhpur by royal family cohort Lord Louis, could go on public show.
Drawing inspiration from a collection of more than 800,000 objects, taxidermy, insects, eggs and skulls add up to a natural history exhibition with a difference.