Emma was a Website Manager and content writer at the Science Museum Group until 2015.
Christmas is number one in the UK celebration calendar, so it’s no wonder that festive photographs in our collection are as common as the Christmas jumper.
Filmed in 1915, Charles Urban’s Britain Prepared used military footage to promote British strength and determination in the war effort during the First World War.
The Red Cross has done some incredible work since its formation in 1863. A look through our collection reveals just a few of its heroes.
As the Football Association pays tribute to its founding fathers this week, we take a look at football photojournalism in our collection.
Autumn is well and truly upon us. Before the first snow falls, let’s take time to enjoy the auburn leaves and bright, crisp October mornings.
As Tate Britain prepares to open a new exhibition of L.S. Lowry’s industrial landscapes, we look at scenes of northern urban life in our collection.
In a new feature, we share the best news, reviews and articles about photography, film and television that we’ve spotted on the web this week.
We may have been dealt a blow with the promise of rain this weekend here in Bradford, but there’s plenty of summer fun to be found in our collection.
Our photography curators pick their favourite additions to Flickr Commons—and we remind you why joining the Commons is one of the best things we’ve ever done.
The cine camera which formed the beginnings of our cinematography collection sits right here in Bradford, the first UNESCO City of Film. Fitting, don’t you think?
Following the sad news of Ray Harryhausen’s death, we would like to pay tribute to a true animation pioneer whose creativity, innovation and vision influenced many of the leading lights in film.