Aberdeen’s Lord Provost Barney Crockett has been made a Fellow to a prestigious organisation promoting social change.
A man who wrote about a B&Q shop worker has been announced as the winner of a writing competition inspired by Charles Dickens.
The Charles Dickens Museum will reopen after months of closure after securing National Lottery funding.
The 150th anniversary of the death of Charles Dickens has been marked in the picturesque village where he died.
Experts have colourised black-and-white photographs of Charles Dickens – with some surprising results.
He is one of the world's most famous authors; a man whose creations from Mr Micawber to Ebenezer Scrooge and Oliver Twist to Little Nell have become part and parcel of English literature.
Thanks to the EE for highlighting the 200th anniversary of that grand institution, the Music Hall.
Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight has signed up to bring Great Expectations to the small screen – despite controversy over his last Charles Dickens adaptation.
Writers entering a competition to find the colourful characters of today who could have inspired Charles Dickens have been given some inspiration of their own by a leading cartoonist.
Budding north-east writers can take part in a new storywriting competition launched by a charity founded by Charles Dickens.
A charity founded by Charles Dickens has launched a competition to find the colourful characters of today who could have inspired one of the beloved author’s larger-than-life creations.
Unpublished letters that reveal Charles Dickens’ state of mind while writing some of his most famous works are to go on display for the first time.
Steven Knight has said that he did not set out to “vandalise” A Christmas Carol with his BBC adaptation.
A portrait of Charles Dickens which had been missing for 174 years has been given a permanent home in the place where he penned some of his most famous novels.
Guy Pearce will be joined by Stephen Graham and Andy Serkis in a new BBC adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, co-produced by Ridley Scott and Tom Hardy.
A portrait of Charles Dickens which was lost for 174 years has gone on display inside the author’s family home in London.
A portrait of Charles Dickens which was lost for 174 years will finally hang in the author’s family home.
A new exhibition will explore how Charles Dickens used food as social commentary, and how childhood hunger shaped his political views.
A portrait of the “charismatic” young Charles Dickens has been unearthed in South Africa after 174 years.
A letter penned by Charles Dickens in which he adopts the voice of one of his literary creations is going under the hammer.
Britain’s rarely acknowledged part of colonial history in the Caribbean is to come under scrutiny as Andrea Levy’s award-winning novel The Long Song is to be turned into a three-part BBC drama.
Former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens has said that working in America has helped him broaden his horizons and tackle a wider range of roles away from his period drama past.
There are great expectations for a new Charles Dickens exhibition which opened in Aberdeen, marking more than 150 years since the writer's first visit to the city.