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Our Masters placement students give you the inside track on how
Mat Collishaw’s extraordinary VR experience, was created and installed at the museum. Thresholds,
Find out what the Next Stop Bradford campaign is, why we’re supporting it, and what you can do to play your part in a project with the potential to transform Bradford city centre.
Kathryn Penny recounts a very special Frankenstein-themed event which took film fans from novels to nostril expanders…
This February half term, we played host to free family activities and events inspired by the brand-new animated adventure
The Daily Herald Archive records political milestones, but also illuminates how the newspaper interpreted these developments.
… and you could win a chance to sip champagne with the Flying Scotsman! Read on to find out how you can claim a free tote bag and compete for fabulous prizes.
It’s almost time for this year’s Yorkshire Games Festival. Game Republic’s Jamie Sefton takes a look at some of the exciting Yorkshire games developers whose work you’ll be able to sample at the five-day event.
Now in its 21st year,
Widescreen Weekend is one of the highlights of our calendar—every October we welcome hundreds of film fans to the museum to experience widescreen delights both old and new.
Mission: Space, our fabulous interstellar half term adventure, is on this week. As part of it we have a fascinating display of space food, very generously loaned to us by The Space Collective.
This year’s Widescreen Weekend opened with Christopher Nolan’s
Dunkirk, which launched the yearly film festival on Thursday 12 October.
On Tuesday 26 September 2017, we took delivery of a very special object: Tim Peake’s Soyuz descent module had landed at the National Science and Media Museum.
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