"Night and Day: 1930s Fashion and Photographs"
Winner of the Mongolian Academy Award's Documentary prize.
The book is the work of the Brixton based journalist and broadcaster David Matthews
By curators Fru Tholstrup and Jane Neal
The work of art is woven with silver and gold thread and was thought to have been destroyed
The Museum of Docklands is to open an exhibition of artworks - once owned by a slave trader.
The Hall is home to an East End charity campaigning for a future without poverty.
The history of women in medicine is coming under the microscope in a new exhibition at the Royal College of Physicians.
Philip Parker is from Royal Mail
"I Object" is an exhibition to investigate what others had to say
'Immortalised' has opened in Vauxhall
Thousands of Sikh's vanished during the 80s and 90s
A memorial has taken place at City Hall
Those against the proposal say the location of the tribute was chosen by Pankhurst's fellow suffragettes, as a deliberate and significant reminder of the sacrifice she made
It was part of the 'Festival of Flight' which marked 100 years of the RAF