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Did curators in Brighton have one eye on the forecast when they were formulating their new Ice Age exhibition? Sarah Jackson takes a look at cave bear skulls, hand axes and orangutan jaws.
A University of St Andrews statistical geologist who has spent 16 years pursuing the science behind some famous myths reveals his findings at Fife's Scottish Fisheries Museum.
A debate as complicated as any conflict has broken out on the National Army Museum's website, where visitors are being asked to pick Britain's most significant conflict.
From yarn-bombing in Rye to a festival featuring the launch of new book Fifty Shades of Feminism at the Southbank, we take a look at some of this year's Women's Day events.
Remembering World War II and the later genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur, venues across the country take part in this year's Holocaust Memorial Day.
The artist otherwise known as Patrick Brill says he is "excited" to find out what the Henry Moore statue at the centre of controversial sell-off plans means to the people.
Marking the 150th anniversary of the tube, the London Transport Museum has a year of events and Henley's River and Rowing Museum looks back at classic poster designs.
A community project and exhibition promoted by Beamish Museum is revealing the little-known stories of a Durham mining village and the people who worked there.
Portraits by the likes of George Cruikshank and Thomas Rowlandson join newspaper cuttings from the late 18th and early 19th centuries in the London, Sugar and Slavery gallery.
A £600,000 fundraising appeal - match-funded by the Government of Flanders - will use soil from the Belgian battlefields of World War I to create a "haven of remembrance".
At the end of the bicentenary year of Charles Dickens' birth,the reopening of the London museum dedicated to him is among the history crackers to look out for.
Building work has begun on a display telling the story of veterans and ships, set to open at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard on the centenary of World War I in 2014.
The Prime Minister has joined the likes of Stephen Fry and Tilda Swinton in reciting sections of Moby-Dick as part of a campaign to inspire a new generation of readers.
In a year which has seen the 50th anniversary of Jamaican Independence and black athletes thrill the world at London 2012, Black History Month has a packed programme.
Cornish Mining World Heritage have developed and published a new set of free audio trails that bring the history, people and places within the UNESCO World Heritage site to life.