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  • Best in show
    Raleigh Vektar, 1985, Willis Museum and Sainsbury Gallery, Basingstoke
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    01.07.2019
  • Trendswatch | Take your partners
    Museums are making all the right moves to appeal to visitors
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    01.07.2019
  • Museum of… The Devil’s Porridge Museum, Dumfries and Galloway
    John Holt discovers the vital munitions role HM Factory Gretna and its female workers played during the first world war
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    01.07.2019
  • International opening | University of Michigan Museum of Natural History
    This venue combines scientific research with hi-tech exhibits
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    01.07.2019
  • The world's a stage
    John McGrath, the artistic director and chief executive of Manchester International Festival, talks to Eleanor Mills. Portrait by Phil Sayer
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    01.07.2019
  • A life not so ordinary
    A number of new museums are moving away from traditional ways of collecting and are working at a grassroots level to tell the stories of marginalised communities, as Rob Sharp discovers 
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    01.07.2019
  • One small step...
    Half a century ago, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took the first steps on the lunar surface as part of Nasa’s Apollo 11 mission. John Holt talks to curators and scientists about how their institutions are marking the final lap of the space race
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    01.07.2019
  • International opening | Bauhaus Museum, Weimar
    Rebecca Swirsky explores the centrepiece of the iconic German art and design school’s centenary celebrations 
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    03.06.2019
  • Making waves
    Eleanor Mills talks to Dominic Tweddle, the director-general of the National Museum of the Royal Navy
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    03.06.2019
  • Migration stories
    Patrick Kelly on how museums and galleries are acknowledging the huge impact of migration
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    03.06.2019
  • Kicking the habitat
    The world’s leading scientists are warning that urgent action is needed to address biodiversity loss. Miles Rowland finds out how museums are helping to address this crisis
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    03.06.2019
  • Best in show | Queen Alexandra birdwing butterfly
    Natural History Museum, Tring
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    01.06.2019
  • Trendswatch | Baby boom
    Catherine Kennedy learns that by starting visitors young, museums are establishing lifelong connections
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    01.06.2019
  • Museum of… The Cromwell Museum, Cambridgeshire
    Miles Rowland visits the former lord protector’s grammar school
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    01.06.2019
  • Finger on the pulse
    Nat Edwards, the director of the Thackray Medical Museum in Leeds, talks to Eleanor Mills
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    01.05.2019
  • The museum gardeners
    The gardens of many museums and heritage sites have blossomed into multisensory attractions in their own right. John Holt talks to the skilled people who put the culture into horticulture

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    01.05.2019
  • Visionary views
    On the 200th anniversary of John Ruskin’s birth, Alastair Smart looks at how the Victorian art critic has influenced artists and museums over the past two centuries with his views on social issues, education, the dangers of capitalism and much more
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    01.05.2019
  • Trendswatch | All eyes on icons
    As numerous star objects tour UK museums, Catherine Kennedy examines the effect they have had on the host venues and their local communities
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    01.05.2019
  • International opening | Holocaust Memorial Center, Skopje, North Macedonia
    A new permanent exhibition honours the more than 7,000 Balkan Jews who were murdered, says Geraldine Kendall Adams

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    01.05.2019
  • Museum of… Western Approaches HQ, Liverpool
    Jessica Browne-Swinburne on a secret bunker that reveals how the British armed forces won the second world war
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    01.05.2019