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The Blavatnik Art, Film and Photography Galleries will open at IWM London on 10 November 2023, ahead of Remembrance Sunday. The Galleries will include around 500 works from IWM’s collection, which includes over 23,000 hours of footage and over…
Read Smart Podcast: The 2023 Shortlist – Tania Branigan

Tune into this special shortlist edition of the Read Smart podcast, where Toby Mundy speaks to #BGPrize2023 shortlisted author Tania Branigan about her book, Red Memory: Living, Remembering and Forgetting China’s…

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