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News Artists Reconstruct Pub As Art Installation At VOID Gallery, DerryGallery goers to Derry's VOID Gallery now have the chance to relax and unwind with a pint in a famous local bar, which has been uprooted and installed in the gallery.07 March 2007
Trail Exploring Leicester's Architecture - The Wakerley TrailFormer Mayor of Leicester, Arthur Wakeley, had a vision of quality, affordable housing and sustainable communities way back, before the first world war. See how it lives on in the streets of Leicester today in this trail.
Trail Hang Out in Historic HampsteadHampstead has been popular with celebrities since Georgian times. Writers and artists like Keats and Stanley Spencer called it home in the past but nowadays you're more likely to bump pop stars and TV personalities like Boy George and Bill Oddie. Follow our trail round this north London village where you will experience beautiful architecture, historic houses, modern art, welcoming pubs and wild open spaces.
Reminiscence Reminiscences Of A Childhood In Wartime BrumDon Owen shares his memories of growing up in Sparkbrook, Birmingham, during World War II.01 December 2005
News Tate Duveens Commission Goes Annual With Sotheby'sTate Britain's biennial art project, the Duveens Commission, is to become an annual event after Tate secured financial support from auctioneers Sotheby's.15 January 2008
Trail The History Of Whitehawk in Brighton - Part TwoWhitehawk was an area known for its allotments and pig farms in the 1920s but today consists of tower blocks and boasts a marina. In part two find out about this dramatic transformation.26 May 2004