It’s 10 years since Bradford became the first ever UNESCO City of Film. Find out about some of the fantastic celebratory events coming up.
Next year we will open an exhibition exploring how different communities in Bradford have recorded their histories, created cultural networks and made political and social change.
Placement student Elaine Rhodes, from the University of York, writes about her research into Bradford pirate radio.
Whit Friday is an important date for brass bands all over the country. To celebrate, here’s a look at images of brass bands in our archives.
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.
The National Science and Media Museum is home to Pictureville Cinema, one of only three public venues in the world that can still show Cinerama—and the only one remaining in the UK.
National Science and Media Museum volunteer Peter Harvey writes about how Poetics of Light proves the simplest cameras can produce some of the most atmospheric images.
As he recalls his visit in 2010, actor John Hurt reflects on Bradford’s cinematic heritage and the British voice in the film industry.
Iain Logie Baird investigates the history of the most modern and largest TV factory in all of Europe—just down the road from the museum here in Bradford.
Curator Iain Logie Baird looks back at this forgotten gem of a short story and considers the Bradford-born author’s many contributions to television.