Beth explores the stories behind our new discovery—the first colour moving pictures—including the people who created this incredible film.
Beth was Assistant Exhibitions Officer at the National Science and Media Museum until 2012.
Today the museum made an astonishing announcement to the world. Are you ready for this?
Google is 14 years old today! We look back at some fascinating facts about the search engine that changed the face of the internet.
On 4 July 1862 Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and Rev. Robinson Duckworth took three little girls—Lorina, Alice and Edith Liddell—on a rowing trip up the Isis in Oxford.
Until recently it was believed that there was only one print of Roger Fenton’s ’Pasha and Bayadère’ in existence, at the Getty Institute in Los Angeles; then another was discovered in the UK.
Widescreen Weekend 2012 played host to a very special guest. He didn’t quite have the stature of Ray Winstone or Barbara Windsor, yet he’s been around for 50 years, and his film has been enjoyed by millions around the world…
Beth Hughes takes an in-depth look at a Richard Billingham image from our latest exhibition.
Installing a new exhibition can involve many hurdles—it’s not all just hanging pictures on a wall—and today we tackled quite a challenge.