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Making waves

Eleanor Mills talks to Ian Goodyear, the managing director of the Scottish Fisheries Museum in Anstruther, about steering the venue into new waters
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Routemasters

Staying relevant, attracting new audiences, preventing thefts and recruiting volunteers are among the many challenges facing the varied group of bus museums that are dotted about the UK

Buried treasure

As interest in the riches beneath our feet soars, museums are ideally placed to dig deep into this renewed appetite for unearthing past glories. By Geraldine Kendall Adams

Never forget

The Holocaust will soon be beyond living memory, but museums are rising to the challenge of keeping the survivors’ stories alive to shine a light on this dark chapter of history. Geraldine Kendall Adams reports
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Building the future

Leading voices from across the globe share their insights and experiences of their efforts to advance the world’s understanding and knowledge of Black history

A cut above

Chiedza Mhondoro reflects on Somerset House’s pioneering Get Up, Stand Up Now show and why it attracted such a diverse audience

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