From Strangeways to HM Prison Hull Paul Ward reflects on a thirty year career...

A new book From Jailer to Entrepreneur sees Paul Ward reflects on a thirty year career in the prison service and life after the Clink. Growing up...

Cash injection as Dippy heads for Rochdale

The Natural History Museum’s world famous exhibit is currently on a tour of 8 different venues across the country, with Rochdale set to be...

Fictional literary worlds to be brought to life using 3D maps

Manchester Metropolitan University are partners in an innovative new project to bring famous literary landscapes to life. Dr David Cooper, Senior Lecturer in English, is...

From Railway terminus to Science Museum New photography exhibition charts the history of the...

A stunning new photography exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry charts the history of the museum and the building restoration work carried...

Have you ever taken a photograph whilst visiting Manchester Cathedral?

Manchester Cathedral’s photography competition, Capture the Cathedral, is now open for entries! The annual Capture the Cathedral competition has produced some absolutely stunning images of...

5-year-old recreates iconic LS Lowry scene from her bedroom window – 64 years after...

LS Lowry’s Going to the Match is one of the most recognisable paintings in Britain today. It captured the scene, in 1953, as crowds flocked...

Nefertiti was no pharaoh, says renowned Manchester Egyptologist

Contrary to popular opinion, one of the most famous women in ancient history did not rule Egypt, according to a new book. Dr Joyce Tyldesley, an Egyptologist...

Historic London passage that influenced George Orwell reimagined by Manchester architecture students

The rich architectural heritage of an 18th century London mews that featured in 1950s cinema and the works of George Orwell is to be...

Keep calm and carry on

The truth and history behind the iconic 'Keep Calm and Carry On' poster, including how it was designed months before the Second World War...

Manchester based author once dismissed for being “too African” has won a major literary...

Dr Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi has been awarded the 2018 Windham-Campbell Prize in Fiction, which includes a grant of $165,000, to support her writing. Jennifer, a...

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