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How we used to look...
We're all fascinated by change and how things used to be, so the chance to see Wiltshire's collection of historic photos will be of particular interest.

Fancy a game, comrade?
One of the rarist working arcade games in the world has found its way to Swindon's Museum of Computing.

What's that object? Ask Katie Hinds...
Have you found any interesting objects at the bottom of your garden lately? If so, Katie Hinds, Finds Liaison Officer in Wiltshire, would like to hear from you.

Searching for his wartime home
Keith Haines, who now lives in Australia, contacted BBC Wiltshire to try and track down his Wiltshire wartime billet at West Lavington, near Devizes.

The Transit of Venus - Live Webcast
It only happens a dozen times a millennium, it last occurred over a century ago and no living soul has witnessed it. But on Tuesday June 8th you'll be able to see it for yourself right here...

Mildred Bruce: ace aviator and racing driver
Rare pictures of Wiltshire's first round-the-world female aviator and motor racing driver are among the many highlights of a new exhibition at the county's record office.

Bronze Age pots saved
A nationally-important project to save more than 100 Bronze Age ceramic pots has now been completed. The last pots to be conserved have been handed over to museums in Devizes and Salisbury.

Warning: misdiagnosis can kill
Don Lucey from Swindon is on a mission: to tell the world about the medical malpractice that he claims took the life of his 40-year-old wife.

Wiltshire: the view from a train
Join BBC Wiltshire as we take a train journey along one of the most beautiful stretches of railway lines in the county

Museum pays tribute to computer genius
A recent TV broadcast inspired a Scottish couple to make the trip to Swindon's Museum of Computing to donate their late son's original ZX Spectrum on which he designed some of the Spectrum's first games.

Ten year house archive now complete
Lovers of historic properties will be interested to learn that the archive for a significant Wiltshire property is now complete, providing a valuable insight into 18th century European architecture.

Noel Coward pulls a pint or two at Box
The history of Wiltshire continues to throw-up amazing stories and details about the county's past - and the latest discoveries have been placed on the Wiltshire Community History Website.

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