Babs the Builder Premium10 August 2017 | by James MacMillan, Toni Williamson,
An ancient tradition is being kept alive under the streets of Glasgow. Visitors to a multimillion-pound waste-water project on the city’s south side have noticed tunnellers nodding to a small statue in a niche at the site entrance.
Lisa Makas (in the white strip), the striker who scored a goal for Austria in the match against France in the women’s European championship finals, once helped to prepare a meal for Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
Cuthbert comes to the rescue Premium26 July 2017
A permanent exhibition aims to ease Durham Cathedral's money worries.
Who stares wins Premium19 July 2017
John Maine RA is an abstract artist, so his new stained-glass memorial to the Special Air Service in Hereford Cathedral was never going to depict “a soldier in uniform crashing through the window with shards flying in all directions”.
Scots pride Premium12 July 2017
Walking the walk Premium06 July 2017
“The telling of stories is an act of profound hospitality,” says Ali Smith, Man Booker prizewinner and patron of a “walking arts festival” called Refugee Tales that calls for the end of indefinite detention for immigrants.
Like a pope to water Premium29 June 2017
When Pope Francis addressed top swimmers in Rome for the prestigious Sette Colli championships, he offered them a meditation on water, and his blessing.
A 24ft Ark will be weighing anchor today (Saturday) in Trinity Square, Hull, when the City of Culture 2017 resurrects a proud medieval tradition of putting on a Noah pageant.
A 24ft Ark will be weighing anchor today (Saturday) in Trinity Square, Hull, when the City of Culture 2017 resurrects a proud medieval tradition of putting on a Noah pageant
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