The National Theatre will stream some of its productions on YouTube for people to see “challenging, entertaining and inspiring” work during the coronavirus lockdown.
Outgoing BBC Director-General Lord Tony Hall has criticised the corporation for contributing to a toxic discourse with political journalism aimed at trying to “catch out” politicians.
Outgoing BBC Director-General Lord Tony Hall will move into a top role at the National Gallery after leaving the broadcaster.
The National Gallery has finally raised the last £2 million needed to buy a painting dating from the 17th century – more than 20 years after its first attempt.
Titian’s Perseus and Andromeda is the first work that will ever be loaned by the Wallace Collection in its 119-year history.
The National Gallery is asking the public to help raise the last £2 million it needs to buy a painting of “outstanding importance for the national heritage”.
Drawings made by Leonardo da Vinci underneath one of his most popular paintings have been revealed.
The first woman to chair the National Gallery is stepping down from the role.
Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers will be seen in Japan for the first time, as it is displayed in the country along with other paintings from the National Gallery.
The largest room in the National Gallery will be closed for more than a year following an “enlightened” £4 million donation from billionaire Hans Rausing for refurbishment.
A film in which a satirical artist lip-syncs to a Christmas message from the Queen is going on show at the National Gallery.
Photographs of the “secret and labyrinthine world” where the National Gallery hid its paintings during the Second World War are going on display.