Did you know ...
- ... that when it was sold in 2002, a painting of the Ojibwe performer Maungwudaus (pictured) was the second-most expensive artwork ever sold in Canada?
- ... that Peter Fleischmann directed the cult film The Hamburg Syndrome, which foresaw a scenario similar to the COVID-19 pandemic as early as 1979?
- ... that distance education in Chicago Public Schools in 1937 took place via radio broadcasts during school closures that were spurred by a polio outbreak?
- ... that a review by Alan Blyth of tenor Christoph Strehl's performances described him as singing "with a Wunderlich-like strength and beauty"?
- ... that South Carolina's first television station, WCOS-TV, "could not stand the economic gaff" and folded less than three years after starting up?
- ... that in terms of performance, wool has been advertised as a "miracle fabric"?
- ... that Wayward Son was described as "a delirious candy-coated romp"?
- ... that due to a left–right mix-up, Barry Joule destroyed the wrong Francis Bacon painting, which would now be worth around £35 million?