Through the combining glass , the Museum of the Future

Touching museum's treasures while still behind glass and trying on clothes when a shop is closed could become a reality thanks to new research...

Pendle Walking festival

It's the time of the year to dust off those walking boots and head to Lancashire's witch country over the annual Pendle Walking festival. Now...

Forty years on -Manchester Photographer Gets Rare Access To The Airport That Time Forgot

A Manchester freelance photographer has recently entered the derelict Nicosia International Airport in North Cyprus, exactly 40 years after the last flight left. Chris...

Have archeologists found the Pompeii of the North?

Excavations at a Roman site in County Durham have revealed the ‘Pompeii of the north’, say archaeologists. The spectacular discoveries at Binchester Roman Fort near...

The Victorian Meme Machine

A new project will be getting underway in the North West that aims to bring Victorian jokes up to date. Edge Hill University’s Bob Nicholson...

The darkest periods of European history revealed

The Black Death is the darkest period of history, Brits identify the Roman period as the most prosperous in history and six in ten...

Look to the skies-Happy St Swithun’s Day

St Swithun’s day if thou dost rain For forty days it will remain St Swithun’s day if thou be fair For forty days ‘twill rain nae mare People...

Buxton Festival

A Happy Marriage of Opera, Music and books is how the Buxton Festival which kicks off this Friday describes itself. At this year's offerings promise...

Tussauds plays homage to Corrie’s Hilda on her fiftieth anniversary

One of the best-loved characters in the history of the small screen, Coronation Street’s busy body Hilda Ogden celebrates her 50th anniversary since bursting...

The mystery of tangled headphones is solved

Good news that the mystery of how to stop headphone cables spontaneously knotting may have been solved. Robert Matthews, Visiting Reader in Science at Aston...