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Let there be light

As the Lindisfarne Gospels return to north east England, John Holt talks to the organisers of a host of events that celebrate the region’s history and shine a modern light on an ancient treasure

Healing power

Medical museums are putting patient experiences at the heart of collections as they develop new ways to treat emotive subjects, writes Juliana Gilling

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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