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The British Library is set to reintroduce its main catalogue online on Monday, marking a significant milestone in the recovery from last year's cyber attack. The catalogue, boasting over

The Tower of London, standing for nine centuries as a beacon of history and intrigue, beckons over 3 million visitors yearly. Amidst the ancient corridors, the Crown Jewels' splendor, and the


Christine Granville, also known as Maria Krystyna Janina Skarbek, was a formidable Polish-British World War II spy who undertook daring missions across Europe. Despite her heroic

 

London-based immersive entertainment company Layered Reality, in collaboration with Authentic Brands Group, the owner of the Elvis Presley estate, is set to launch a groundbreaking virtual

 

Communities across Wales will be able to nominate their most cherished traditions to be included in a new register of cultural heritage in the UK. 

 

To maximise the potential of the UK’s cutting-edge production industry and help incubate unique British talent, the government’s Audio-Visual Expenditure Credit and the Video Games

 

The resurgence of vinyl LPs in the UK has surged to levels not seen since 1990, marking a remarkable revival in physical music consumption.

 

Heritage campaigners are making a fervent bid to secure official recognition and registered status for the birthplaces of The Beatles in a move to preserve the sites deemed the genesis of the

 

Arts and Heritage Minister Lord Parkinson of Whitley Bay has placed an export bar on a rare drawing by prominent 17th-century artist Samuel Cooper.  

Lincoln City Council has agreed to transfer ownership of numerous historic artefacts to Lincolnshire County Council, a move resulting from negotiations concerning the Usher Gallery's ongoing