Gil Scott Heron said "The Revolution will not be televised". He was right in some sense. It will certainly not be televised but digitalised on the radio. Although that might not happen for quite some time as the government, BBC and commercial radio have been bickering for years on scheduling a date to switch from analogue to digital.
Two paintings showing a kangaroo and a dingo will stay in Britain after an attempt to send them to Australia failed. Ministers
Tory minister Ed Vaizey has been overheard admitting he is "completely useless". Vaizey's admission came late on Monday night
A Cold War bunker, a concrete electricity sub-station and a yellow-roofed warehouse that featured in a James Bond film have
The UK fashion industry is one of the most vibrant and creative business sectors in this country, with show-stopping talent, craft and ingenuity... But too often the economic impact of fashion isn't recognised and it's time we appreciated the industry not just for its creativity and vibrancy but for the huge role it plays in our economy too.
The British Library will begin to preserve the digital age for future generations when new regulations come into force. It
After more than forty years delighting art visitors, 'Child With A Dove', one of the most loved paintings in the Britain
London's cultural quarter at the South Bank could be transformed by a huge glass pavilion, under new plans to continue the
Eleven contenders have put their names forward to become the next UK City of Culture in 2017. Culture minister Ed Vaizey
David Cameron's former press secretary, Camborne and Redruth MP George Eustice, has attacked broadcast media for "undermining