Content about Hull 2017 from across the BBC.
UK City of Culture 2017 aims to win over sceptics and transform the city's image.
Over 25,000 people and 15,000 fireworks welcomed the UK City of Culture year in Hull.
Hull turns to the movies, as local people re-create scenes from classic films.
Arts editor Will Gompertz looks into what 2017 will mean for Hull that year and beyond.
To the tune of 'Auld Lang Syne'!
Researchers at Hull University spent all of last year analysing data.
Here's a few moments when things didn't go to plan for our Face of Hull...
Kofi Smiles talks about his favourite moments in the UK City of Culture.
An incredibly eclectic line-up descended on Hull City Hall for the last festival of 2017.
Indigo Moon Theatre are a shadow theatre company based in Hull but touring all over.
The brand new company makes its debut with a free 15-minute operatic ghost story.
Anne-Marie Tasker interviewed the Turner Prize winning artist for BBC Look North.
The exhibition is on display in Ferens Art Gallery as part of Hull's City of Culture year.
Turner Prize 2017: 'It looks like a potato with a helmet'
Hull's Old Town has been taken over by robots in an atmospheric new installation.
Anne-Marie Tasker spoke to James Graham about the play he's writing satirising Hull 2017.
The Mayor of London spoke to Kofi while visiting the UK City of Culture.
The free 'Turner//Return' event also included live music, dance, food and a prosecco bar.
A look back at the epic parade that came through Hull's town centre.
Recorded live at the BBC before Moon Hooch's gig at Hull Jazz Festival.
We sent Kofi Smiles to get involved with a not-so-silent film screening!
Land of Green Ginger Unleashed is the finale of a year-long saga of 'wanton wonder'.
The new musical is based on the music of Dusty Springfield.
Travel to the depths of the Great Barrier Reef with curious directive's thriller.
Conversations recorded in and around Hull, the UK City of Culture
It's part of 'An Eyeful of Wry', a selection of artworks belonging to the government.
Hull's Ashley Dixon first performed at Hull New Theatre as a 12-year-old.
'Micropolis' is the latest instalment in the ongoing 'Land of Green Ginger' story.