New installation recreates the small world of this hugely influential, but largely unknown, Scottish poet.
The 1939 classic has influenced more films than any other film before or since.
More than just a musical accolade, UNESCO has recognised the social and political importance of Jamaican music.
Reports of the death of radio are, as ever, exaggerated – but it could re-engage with younger listeners.
As the industry continues its decline, a look back at how the Victorians valued their local news gathering operations.
McQueen's choice of genre raised eyebrows in the movie establishment, but similar ideas run through all his films.
Colonial powers plundered the heritage of countries all over the world – restitution is long overdue.
The visa waiver scheme saved thousands of Jewish children from persecution – but at a huge cost.
There is still value in newsprint, but newspaper owners need to invest in their communities or face extinction.
From witching equality to what we'd see if we looked in a real Mirror of Erised, researchers explore the magic of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.
This exhibition is perfectly timed – feminism and fashion need Mary Quant now more than ever.
Changes in the way we pronounce certain sounds tell us a lot about our changing values.
Fifty years after its release, the Beatles' White Album continues to inspire and provoke creativity.
As societal habits change so too does language and metaphors.
Even Samuel Johnson found some of Shakespeare's violent scenes unwatchable.
There are many ways of visualising scientific concepts, as we discovered when an artist got in touch about some of our work.
Religion has helped science, as well as hindered it.
While one of the most contentious Brexit issues, politicians forget the essential human aspect of the border as a place that is lived in and loved.
What does Hockey's auction record for a living artist mean beyond the art market?
The girl group is hoping that hordes of 1990s 'tweens' will buy into their reunion.