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Whether your heart goes boom bang-a-bang at the thought of 65 glorious competitions or it’s your own personal Waterloo, here’s a look some of the broadcasting history highlights of Eurovision on its anniversary.
Discover how exhibitions are developed and installed through a case study, featuring the Daylight Studio in the Kodak Gallery.
As we prepare to reopen
our cinemas to the public, volunteer blogger James examines the iconic work of the late film editor Sally Menke.
Come and Meet Another Me is a new project that aims to give Bradford residents a say in what we show in our cinemas. Read on to find out how you can get involved.
Coronation Street and University Challenge have in common? Both were filmed at the legendary Granada Studios, of course!
It’s the 57th anniversary of the launch of BBC Two. Antonia Lenon recaps the story of how the channel was introduced to TV audiences.
This week marks the 109th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. Ashleigh Green takes a look at some of the ways the historic disaster has been immortalised on film.
What is TikTok, how historically significant is the popular app, and—most importantly—should museums be collecting TikToks? Emily Coulthard investigates.
It’s no joke—1 April is the anniversary of the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop, so we’re looking into its early history through some of the objects in the BBC Heritage Collection. Get ready for a (swannee) whistle-stop tour…
We’re all familiar with the idea of film directors making cameos in their work. But this practice began earlier than you might think—with some of the very first pioneers of cinema.
The extension of our exhibition about Robert Paul allowed us to investigate an interesting object rediscovered in the museum’s collection.
STEM Ambassador Engagement Officer Laura Slevin shares some thoughts on neuro and physical diversity and the progress our
STEM Ambassador Hub has made towards becoming more inclusive.
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