An exhibition at the British Museum will show that Cold War-era ideas on China’s past gave a short-sighted view of the country
His notes and blog got him labelled an 'industry innovator' after the site attracted thousands of other students
Rhett was one of the last remaining cast members from the 1939 classic
An estimated 31 per cent of schools did not consult parents before using the biometric technology
The country's national library will undertake the project, predicting that it will take twenty to thirty years to complete
Panic is beginning to set in as third-years across the country start to realise just how many words are actually in "12,000 words"
Beyond the Hogwarts-style specs which he wears, Ginsberg has nothing in common with Harry Potter
Report shows 75 per cent of US silent films have been lost to neglect or decay
I go to great pains to make sure children don't think I'm just another teacher Part of my job as Children's Laureate is to visit schools and talk about my love of books and stories, and encourage them all to do it as well – to read, to write, to never be afraid of their own voice. Because we all have something to say.
World View: W E Johns's tales about the often derided but intrepid fighter pilot have been unfairly maligned
A slim launch library has left the PS4 feeling underpowered where it matters most, but Sony made moves to mollify gamers during the console's US launch
Forget dog-eared Barbara Cartlands. A small London library has twinned with a counterpart in Paris to offer modern French-language classics from authors including Michel Houellebecq to appeal to the capital’s huge population from across the Channel.
As dissertation deadlines begin to appear, Eleanor Doughty realises just how much that single piece of work might end up costing you
Paul Peachey on the downfall of Ross William Ulbricht – a libertarian activist who was obsessed by money
The director of the University of London’s Senate House Library has announced that he is resigning, following reports of his relationship with an employee at the auction house through which he planned on selling rare Shakespeare folios.
Paul Gallagher gets a sneak tour of Elstree studios propety