Cricket Photography Sports

Portraits of England’s black cricketers – in pictures

Award-winning sports photographer Tom Shaw was looking for a project to shoot during the pandemic and was shocked that only 21 black cricketers had represented

Photography World

1921 Tulsa race massacre remembered – in pictures

One of the darkest chapters in the long and turbulent history of racial violence in America is commemorated in Oklahoma on Monday, the 100th anniversary

Photography World

‘This is our cultural heritage’: Spanish photographers seek national archive

Spain’s best-known photographers have thrown their weight behind a new campaign to establish a national centre to catalogue, share, protect and promote the country’s rich

Photography Technology World

Skin in the frame: black photographers welcome Google initiative

Christina Ebenezer first started taking photos with a group of friends when she was a 17-year-old student. Even then, she noticed the difference in how

Photography World

Chinese Communist party’s 100th anniversary preparations – in pictures

A billboard in Yan’an advertises a film about the Long March. The push to study the party’s history this year is a boon to tourism

Documentary World

‘I had to find them’: kidnapped filmmaker Mellissa Fung on her mission to find the Boko Haram girls

The journalist and filmmaker Mellissa Fung is showing me her wound – or to be precise, the scar where her wound once was. It’s from

Documentary World

‘It has stood the test of time’: was 1971 the greatest year in music?

Volume is paramount on the new Apple docuseries 1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything, both in the play-it-loud sense as well as the sheer-quantity

Photography World

How good are photo ops?: Scott Morrison holds a hammer and sits in big machines – in pictures

Prime minister Scott Morrison and minister for energy Angus Taylor visit Star Scientific, a hydrogen research facility in Berkeley Vale, on the NSW Central Coast,

Documentary Health World

The Me You Can’t See review – Oprah, Harry and the perils of A-list activism

The latest addition to the teeming tide of contributions to the mental health debate – all promising to dismantle stigma and help us all recognise