Young people from across Bradford are helping to shape our Sound and Vision project, which will transform the museum and develop two brand-new galleries.
As we start a celebration of widescreen cinema with monthly film screenings and our Widescreen Weekend festival coming up in October, Bex and Jack from the Festivals and Cinema Events team reveal some of their favourite widescreen moments.
Video games have played a big part in innovation in computing ever since the launch of home computers—including in the field of artificial intelligence. Find out how AI helps make the immersive, complex games we know today.
16 million people in the UK tuned in to watch the lunar landing in 1969—how did television channels make the broadcasts happen?
This summer, tinkering is coming to the National Science and Media Museum—but what is it?
From humble beginnings to an audience of millions, the BBC has its home in Broadcasting House. Find out more about the history of this iconic London building and its role in British radio and television.
Saquib Idrees writes about the many uses of satellites, from spying to exploring space—and making it possible for us to watch our favourite TV programmes!
25 years since it launched, James White looks back at the arrival of the UK’s last analogue television channel: Channel 5.