It’s Australia Day 2013—Toni Booth delves into our collection to mark 225 years since the First Fleet landed in Sydney Cove in 1788.
Emma was a Website Manager and content writer at the Science Museum Group until 2015.
On 16 January 2013, Flickr Commons celebrated its fifth birthday. To showcase its diversity, founding member the Library of Congress asked 56 member institutions to submit their most viewed photographs.
Have technological pursuits replaced more traditional virtuous intentions? We take a look at what inspiration can be found for this year‘s resolutions in our collection.
Fireball XL5, Stingray, Captain Scarlet, and most notably Thunderbirds made Gerry Anderson a big name in children’s television—but this was never his intention.
As Bradford Animation Festival draws to a close, the only thing left to do is say our goodbyes—and announce our winners.
If you missed the world premiere of award-winning documentary Ecstasy of Order, but fancy hearing what director Adam Cornelius had to say when he spoke to BAF live via Skype, then you’re in luck—watch his talk here.
Phillip Tossell and Jennifer Schneidereit, aka independent game studio Nyamyam, visited Bradford to introduce their exquisite new game Tengami to our BAF Game audience.
Bradford Animation Festival 2012 launched with a bit of local flavour: Stewart Gilray, Development Director of Oddworld Inhabitants, lives just up the road in Otley.
For Remembrance Day, we’ve chosen a series of images of Australian servicemen photographed during the First World War.
Bonfire Night is one of the most popular and enduring British traditions, so it’s no surprise to find this event represented in plenty of photographs throughout our collection.
Since May 2011, we have been exhibiting selections from Ray Harryhausen’s personal collection outside our research centre. Today we reveal the final thematic display: Dinosaurs.
Fifty years ago today, on 5 October 1962, McCartney, Lennon, Starr and Harrison burst onto the UK music scene with ‘Love Me Do’.