The popularity of nature writing has boomed in recent years. But we still have very little
sense of where the genre of came from or how it has developed over time. A new research project aims to find out more - and identify the nation's favourite nature writer.
We asked ten people that have a passion for nature to choose their favourite nature book to help our nationwide search for the UK’s favourite.
In our final interview before the New Generation Thinkers Scheme closes for this year, Joanne Paul and Charlotte Blease talk all things "NGT".
Heather Williams talks about the AHRC’s bold plans for the creative industries
How one southwest company has benefitted from close collaboration with arts and humanities academics to gain a greater understanding of their customers
In honour of International Translation Day and the annual event taking place at the British Library for the literary translation community, we catch up with Jen Calleja, the first ever translator in residence at the British Library.
In partnership with the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy, Being Human is now firmly established and this year it will feature more than 300 events in more than 50 towns and cities across the UK, as well as international activities in Paris, Rome, Singapore and Melbourne.
Nadia-Anne Ricketts is keeping the craft of weaving alive by merging it with digital technology and creating an innovative business in the process.
Even the most alluring business ideas can benefit from some expert help turning them into reality.
From a full musicological analysis of Björk’s artistic output to new ways of understanding and appreciating the musician's work.