Kent dockyard loses out to Lake District national park as UK's next world heritage site
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Monday 22 July 2013
Maplin have made one small step for the high street not a giant leap for personalised home manufacturing, argues Andrew Walker
Wednesday 03 July 2013
Shades of khaki and cream aren't just for wearing on safari, says Lee Holmes
Tuesday 02 July 2013
Global tour for trademarks indicates an Apple smartwatch is in the works
Monday 01 July 2013
Move indicates company's intent to create a smartwatch
Friday 28 June 2013
This week’s New Designers exhibition offers visitors the chance to buy a future design classic. Trish Lorenz tracks down the names to watch
Sunday 23 June 2013
Elation turns to sadness as colt suffers heart attack the day before Sir Henry's funeral
Friday 21 June 2013
You've heard the hype about 3D printing but how does it actually work? Andrew Walker explains it's like baking a sliced loaf of bread backwards
Friday 31 May 2013
Although most of the anger directed at the new Xbox One has focused on Microsoft’s policies regarding second-hand games, the actual look of the new console has also been met with confusion.
V&A museum appoints first ever 'game designer in residence' to add virtual dimension to its collection
Thursday 30 May 2013
Fans of the Victoria and Albert Museum may soon be able to experience its collection in a totally different way: by playing a computer game.
Friday 24 May 2013
From old train seats to Tube station posters, the next stop could be your house, says Trish Lorenz
Tuesday 16 April 2013
The decision even surprised one of the new site's designers
Wednesday 10 April 2013
Objects on display at Central Saint Martins College's exhibition include a shredder powered by hamsters.
Thursday 04 April 2013
American fashion labels dominate the high street, but now it's time to welcome the country's homewares into our homes, says Trish Lorenz
Monday 25 February 2013
The Design Museum in London includes controversial cigarette packaging in list of possible 'Designs of the Year 2013'
Wednesday 20 February 2013
In the second of his series The Sound and the Fury: a Century of Music, Ian MacMillan addressed what he described as "one of the most ruthlessly experimental periods in the whole history of music." The adverb was intriguing. From whom was pity being withheld exactly? The audience, which explicitly became an irritating inconvenience to some composers? Or the composers themselves, who emerged from the horrors of totalitarianism to find themselves wrapped in a kind of elective cultural tyranny?
As a white man, I'm surprised more women aren't tweeting the hashtag #KillAllWhiteMen
Scotland may have to leave the EU even if it votes to stay in, David Cameron confirms
Report finds that Britain's wages are the most unequal in Europe
The day that Britain resigned as a global power
Almost a third of school pupils believe 'Muslims are taking over our country', study claims
Gay marriage 'Bert and Ernie' cake bakery found guilty of discrimination in Northern Ireland
- 1 Crystal meth addict 'gouged out his eyes and ate them' while high on drug, Australian MP claims
- 2 Saudi Arabia 'seeking to head United Nations Human Rights Council'
- 3 Group of students refused entry to Leicester nightclub 'because they are black'
- 4 Irish people are travelling home from all over the world so they can vote to legalise gay marriage
- 5 Arsenal fan asks the Queen for tickets to the FA Cup final - gets a reply from Buckingham Palace