To celebrate Doctor Who’s 60th anniversary, Conservator Vanessa reveals how we care for objects from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop that were used to record Who’s famous theme music.
We’re home to over three million items of historical and cultural significance. Our world-class collection encompasses iconic objects and remarkable archives in the areas of photography, cinematography, television, sound and new media. Peek behind the scenes and discover some hidden treasures…
Documentation Officer Cait reveals the behind-the-scenes work going on to move objects from our galleries into stores during our temporary closure.
As spooky season approaches, conservator Vanessa shares a task that she finds truly terrifying…
As Doctor Who celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, Assistant Curator Saquib looks at some of the Who characters in our collection.
Pictureville’s Black History Month programmer Lucas Bywater talks us through his picks for the season.
The museum is temporarily closed, but the Collections Services team are still hard at work. In this post, you’ll meet the team and find out what they do.
Ahead of a highly anticipated new film season, Cinema Marketing Officer Tom looks at the key figures behind a turbulent time in American cinema.
On 20 July 2023, the Communities & Crowds project team held a workshop to present initial results from the project.
With the museum temporarily closed while preparations for our new galleries are underway, you may have seen lots of activity going on through the windows on your way to Pictureville Cinema.
Bad Yorkshire weather may have been too much for an early TV transmitter in the North—but the ingenuity of designers and engineers solved the problem.