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With this year’s
Widescreen Weekend on the horizon, Joseph Thompson takes a look at the significance of print film and how it’s represented at our festival.
Ever wondered what a bolt of lightning on Jupiter sounds like? Volunteer blogger James discovers how
reveals a little-heard sonic world. Hello Universe
Our new exhibition,
, explores the incredible sights and sounds of space. Volunteer blogger Shawana takes a look at some of the highlights. Hello Universe
Widescreen Weekend will include a special celebration of Doris Day. In this post, Samira Ahmed takes another look at an oft-misunderstood star.
James Wilson reports back from a special screening of
The Dish, where Bradford-born Mike Dinn discussed his role in the Apollo 11 broadcast.
Taking amazing photographs of the night sky is easier than you think. Bill McSorley of the West Yorkshire Astronomical Society shares some tips for beginners.
Take a closer look at the workings of an enigmatic object from our collection:
John Logie Baird’s Double-8 apparatus, used in early demonstrations of television.
Volunteer blogger Yusef discovers how
approaches immigrant identity alongside the impact of technology and media. Above the Noise
Museums are spaces for listening as well as looking. Discover the story behind our new Sound Technologies Collection, and find out how you can get involved with our forthcoming
Gallery Listening Sessions.
Volunteer blogger James Wilson explores the stories found in our latest exhibition,
, and looks at what they can tell us about Bradford (and beyond). Above the Noise
Last month, the festivals team went to London indie gaming event EGX Rezzed. Here are a few things that got us excited about the world of independent games development.
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