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Lower Briggate, Leeds, in 1880, featuring Frederic Forster's Leeds Mourning Warehouse, left, and a black bodice with long sleeves on a mannequin. 
Lower Briggate picture credit: Leeds Museums and Galleries

The death of Queen Victoria and the need to wear mourning dress meant a booming trade for Leeds’ high street.  

Close-up of ancient manuscript stone on display in Michael Sadler Building

One of the longest surviving inscriptions from Ancient Britain is being unveiled to the public for the first time ever after decades in storage.

Screenshot from Secret Archives: Three-Minutes In The Open-Door Apartment (2021), a film by Yuting Cai

A new film by Postgraduate Researcher Yuting Cai will be showcased as part of this year's Amsterdam Lift-Off Film Festival.

A screengrab from BBC One's Rip Off Britain - head and shoulders shot of Professor Seán McLoughlin.
Picture captured via BBC iPlayer

Professor Seán McLoughlin spoke about the ‘epic fail’ of changes to Haj tour packages made by the Saudi Arbian government, which introduced a new system earlier this year.

A black and white picture of a sign that reads 'Welcome to Bradford Michael X' 
Picture via Who Needs A Heart, Black Audio Film Collective, 1991

Black Audio Film Collective’s 1991 film Who Needs A Heart will be shown at Leeds City Varieties Music Hall in October 2022.