Oxfam donates its archives
How Oxfam began - full story
The charity Oxfam has been fighting poverty around the world for 70 years and in that time it has amassed a lot of paperwork and important research.
Now, the organisation is to donate its archives to Oxford University's Bodleian Library. Kate Bunkall reports and speaks to Chrissie Webb, archivist at the library.
Man behind Bodleian Library
One of the world's most famous libraries
This year marks the 400th anniversary of the death of Sir Thomas Bodley. The name may sound familiar - he was a diplomat and founder of Oxford's Bodleian Library. Reshma Rumsey reports.
£1.2m grant for pioneer's pics
Bodleian secures cash for collection
The Bodleian Library has secured one point two million pounds towards the acquisition of the personal archive of nineteenth century British inventor and photographer William Henry Fox Talbot.
The money was awarded by the National Heritage Memorial Fund. The library in Oxford has until the end of February to raise the remaining one million needed to buy the collection.
The Bodleian Library's Deputy Librarian Richard Ovenden explains why the works are so important for a modern audience.