Musicians commissioned by The English Folk Dance and Song Society have contributed to the Sweet Liberties project
Artist's sketches and letters will go on display at the National Portrait Gallery next year
'In other European countries my books are seen as dispatches from Britain, with how current politics is impacting on the country'
The 'Ikea-style' church, which dates to around 550 AD, will be put on display at the Ashmolean Museum
Grosvenor Cinema in Glasgow was due to screen Oscar-nominated 1977 film on behalf of the Islamic Society of Britain
All copies of the pamphlet, which was first published in 1811, were believed lost to fire
Gary Kemp, once of Spandau Ballet, is about to star in Harold Pinter's 'The Homecoming'. It's about time, he tells Nick Clark. Acting is obsessed with Oxbridge and received pronunciation, while less privileged performers are condemned to sitcoms and soaps
Knights was the first woman to be awarded the scholarship in decorative painting by the British School at Rome
The work will be played in Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries from 21 November until 5 April
Changes in legislation means publisher no longer fears the possibility of legal reprisals from corporations including McDonald’s and Burger King
'This is a working tool for the arts community to evaluate and improve what’s in place'
She will leave the Kensington Gardens venue in west London next July with 'the whole art community in her debt'
A forerunner of the RA died out when many of its most respected members, including the RA's first president, defected
The guide is designed to alert people to the 'world-class' music played daily in churches and cathedrals across Britain
When Harry Potter steps out on to the West End stage next year, fans may be in for a shock
The Swiss dealer and his wife have set up what has quickly become a world-class art centre in their adopted home of Bruton, in Somerset