A new exhibition – Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story – shows life as it was in a lost, prehistoric world.
Lunch in a landmark at the British Museum with the opening of a wonderful new restaurant.
The bones of King Alfred the Great have been found inside a box at Winchester Museum.
The Queen’s granddaughter Zara Phillips has given birth to a girl.
Chelsea Physic Garden is to open its doors for nine days this February to showcase its snowdrops.
Marking 450 years since the birth of playwright William Shakespeare, 2014 will be a year of celebrations in London.
Guernsey’s ‘Little Chapel’, which is thought to be the smallest chapel in the world, celebrates 100 years in 2014.
Not long to go until Christmas Day, but still enough time to bag yourself some mouth-watering British goodies to help you celebrate.
What’s on in 2014
Enthusiastic treasure hunters in Britain are shunning their right to a reward for finding historical bounty worth thousands.
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