Advertising as a life story – this clever campaign branded a Spanish beer with a sense of belonging.
Since the 1970s, Wales has been marketed as a footnote to British history.
Is anyone still interested in Monty Python? Surprisingly, yes.
It took a Scotsman to organise a professional football league in England.
We urgently need to contemplate the myths we tell about ourselves and technology as a way of evaluating the relationship between the two.
Comrade Cheetolino, Mango Mussolini, Agent Orange ... just a few of Trump's fake tan induced nicknames.
Even if mermaids aren't real, they'll likely feature in human stories for many years to come. Very few mythical creatures are found in so many diverse cultures, across so many years without changing.
‘Fake news’ is a meaningless term that is used for anti-democratic propaganda. We should all stop using it.
A great movie that gets some of its history wrong is way better than an accurate film that puts people to sleep.
My investigations have generated stunning insights into how the ancient Greeks made music.
Is public discourse in the UK shifting to the right? It certainly seems to be.
By refusing to idealise or victimise the women in Wuthering Heights, Brontë reveals herself as an early feminist.
Mad, bad or dangerous – the gripping true crime story of Grace Marks, who caused a sensation in the 19th century and still holds fascination today.
Wuthering Heights is anything but a straightforward love story.
Since the 1930s, Wuthering Heights has been used to claim the Brontë family had an incestuous secret.
Science and art meet on the 'big screen' – turning data into visuals at the Lovell Telescope, Jodrell Bank.
There is still a place in a sport that remains connected to communities.
For 80 years, The Beano has had the UK in stitches.