As the IceLab exhibition opens in Glasgow today, the British Council’s Vicky Richardson, who commissioned the exhibition, talks to us about new architecture in Antarctica.
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The Selector, our global weekly radio show for new UK music, has teamed up with The Crypt Sessions to bring you ‘Amped’, a monthly video series with UK artists.
In the biggest restoration project they have ever undertaken, the British Film Institute has restored nine of Alfred Hitchcock’s early silent movies.
Daud Rasool, Deputy Director British Council Afghanistan, walks us through a recent history and the transformational aspect of the Premier Skills programme on the lives of young Afghans.
In the latest from our English language seminars, Dr Christopher J. Hall explains why the idea that there is just one correct and unchanging form of English is a myth.
As states invest more and more in their soft power, experts debate global trends in London on 18 June 2013. This is the transcript.
A new British Council report, ‘Influence and Attraction: Culture and the Race for Soft Power in the 21st Century’, discusses global trends in cultural relations and soft power.
Advances in technology offer the potential to expand access to education, but will online learning ever replace the need for teachers?
Johanna Stirling shares three myths about English spelling from her recent British Council seminar.
Amid security alerts, the British Council signed an agreement with Libyan officials which we hope will smooth the path of up to 5,000 Libyan scholars due to study in the UK each year.