The collection includes thousands of biblical texts and artefacts, from fragments of Dead Sea Scrolls and cuneiform tablets to high-tech exhibits and a biblical garden.
Greggs, the UK's biggest bakery chain, has launched an advent calendar for the first time. It will be filled with tokens to be redeemed in-store throughout the festive period.
Using high-resolution cameras mounted to a stabilising gyro, Jeffrey Milstein leaned out of helicopters over Los Angeles and New York to capture dazzling aerial photos of each city.
Animated movies legend Walt Disney passed on information to the FBI for more than 20 years in hunt for potential communist sympathisers in Hollywood.
This London club night doesn't allow any young people in.
Nutella has upset some fans by changing its recipe - but how did we fall in love with the hazelnut spread in the first place?
Halloumi, the salty Cypriot cheese, has hijacked our tastebuds over the past few years. Here are some ways to eat it other than just slapping it in a wrap.
Bram Stoker, author behind the world's most famous vampire Dracula, was born on 8 November 1847. Here are 6 facts and beliefs about the famed author's life
A group that takes part in an annual Bonfire parade has promised to stop painting their faces black. However, other groups argue that wearing black face paint isn't racist.
Nancy Friday collected and shared women's sexual fantasies in her book My Secret Garden. She died on 6 November, aged 84.
We asked top Indian chefs what they think India's national dish should be.
A new book – I See a City: Todd Webb's New York – presents American photographer Todd Webb's exploration of New York in the years following World War II.
Award-winning photographer and zoologist Axel Gomille pays homage to the subcontinent's overwhelmingly spectacular natural heritage in his book Wild India.
November 1 is Author's Day: A celebration of the world's greatest writers and their contribution to fiction.
Works by world-renowned artists – including Jeremy Deller, Maggi Hambling, Ben Eine, Gavin Turk, Peter Blake and Bob & Roberta Smith – are among the 400-plus postcard-sized artworks.