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  • Horse stories
    A brisk canter round the Household Cavalry's new showpiece museum leaves Sharon Heal impressed
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2007
  • Arrested development
    Judging by the fierce sunlight, the scene ON SIAKA Stevens Street seems to be one of mid-morning, just as Freetown's market and shops are getting into the rhythm of the day.
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    September 2007
  • Upstairs and downstairs
    SUDLEY HOUSE, LIVERPOOL

    Revamped and redisplayed, Sudley House offers insights into life above and below stairs, says Caroline Worthington
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Cusworth resurgent
    CUSWORTH HALL MUSEUM AND PARK, DONCASTER

    Cusworth Hall has undergone a major refurbishment but Javier Pes is pleased to find that some eccentricities remain
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • A facelift for the Headrow
    LEEDS ART GALLERY, LEEDS

    Money-conscious Leeds have achieved some impressive changes on a small budget, says Sharon Heal
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Up close and personal: Newkarke Houses Museum
    Leicester has achieved wonders turning three linked buildings into one museum, writes Nichola Johnson
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Book review: September 2007
    When thieves made off with Edvard Munch's iconic Scream, the world was transfixed by their audacity as much as the Oslo museum's lax security, writes Timothy Mason
    Museums Journal
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    September 2007
  • Let there be light
    Laura Drysdale says the Horniman's new exhibition is too dimly lit to do justice to its fabulous textile collection
    Museums Journal
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    June 2005
  • Small change
    The Science Museum's celebration of nanotechnology glosses over potential ethical problems, says Rachel Souhami
    Museums Journal
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    June 2005
  • City of culture
    The new World Museum Liverpool is
    a fitting symbol of the city's past prominence and its present
    regeneration, writes Jane Morris
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • Plane Spotting
    The Museum of Flight has done Concorde proud with an exhibition that chronicles its strengths and its shortcomings, but it may be one for the enthusiasts, says Peter Lewis
    Museums Journal
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    June 2005
  • Out of the darkness
    The Deep's new exhibition exploring the depths of the ocean is an intriguing and well-thought-out space, says Sharon Heal
    Museums Journal
    Reviews
    June 2005
  • Book review: Marketing heritage: archaeology and the consumption of the past
    Timothy Mason on an academic response to the commercialisation of archaeology
    Museums Journal
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    June 2005