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  • Editorial: Let's get a head start on Olympic crowds
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2005
  • Sex show is set for London
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    News
    September 2005
  • Government widens free entry policy for museums
    Museums Journal
    News
    September 2005
  • Ulster Museum in line for an £11.5m makeover
    Museums Journal
    News
    September 2005
  • National Gallery set to lose 16th-century Titian painting
    Museums Journal
    News
    September 2005
  • London terrorist attacks cut family visits to museums
    Museums Journal
    News
    September 2005
  • Letters: September 2005
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2005
  • A sharp exit
    Lindsay Sharp's shock departure from the NMSI has divided opinion and raised questions about the future direction of the organisation. By Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2005
  • Talkback: September 2005
    Should science centres and museums challenge scientific advancement rather than just celebrate achievement?
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2005
  • So near, and yet so far
    The recent controversy over the return of Aboriginal artefacts to the UK was a painful experience for all those involved, but one with important lessons for the future, says Patrick Greene
    Museums Journal
    Comment
    September 2005
  • For my next trick
    Alexander Sturgis hopes he will be able to conjure up a little magic in his new job as the director of the Holburne Museum in Bath. By Felicity Heywood
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2005
  • Exhibitionist tendencies
    After being a bit coy about the subject, British museums are starting to reflect the fact that sex is moving up the cultural agenda. Tom Flynn reveals all
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2005
  • Rock stars
    The UK's diverse geology attracts visitors from all over the world, but museums are only just starting to unearth the potential of geotourism. By Deborah Mulhearn
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2005
  • Art Lovers
    Carol Davis on the attraction of museum and gallery events where single people can eye the art as well as each other
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2005
  • New York Stories
    David Pearson visits New York to find out how the city's museums have collected, curated and displayed 9/11
    Museums Journal
    Features
    September 2005
  • Pots of praise
    Caroline Worthington finds that abstract forms of studio pottery rise to the impressive architecture of their setting
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2005
  • Bling tones
    The Natural History Museum says it is the world's most dazzling exhibition, but did Diamonds sparkle for Alison Porter?
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2005
  • Twin track
    Uniting Nelson with his adversary Napoleon for an exhibition is a clever way to attract visitors, says David Brady
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    September 2005
  • Full steam ahead
    Peter Lewis finds much to admire aboard the restored ss Great Britain in Bristol
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2005
  • Hands off
    Despite helpful staff and some interesting material, the revamped Whitby Museum is let down by poor interpretation and unfriendly signage, says Sharon Heal
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2005