Jessica Baldwin

Jessica Baldwin

Journalist at Al Jazeera English.

Environment

Eroding coastline threatens sea life in England

The international community has gathered in Germany for the COP 23 climate summit.

Eroding coastline threatens sea life in England

Europe

Exiled Parisian impressionists reunite in London’s Tate Britain

When Paris came under siege in the Franco-Prussian war in 1870, one unexpected consequence was the number of artists who escaped to the London as refugees.

Exiled Parisian impressionists reunite in London’s Tate Britain

Arts & Culture

British Library celebrates 20 years of Harry Potter

It has been 20 years since the world fell under the spell of boy wizard, Harry Potter.

British Library celebrates 20 years of Harry Potter

Business & Economy

Out-of-work women make comeback in UK's corporate culture

For more than 30 years women have tried to make inroads into top management with few results - but that's changing.

Out-of-work women make comeback in UK's corporate culture

Europe

London show attempts to attract new audience to operas

A night at the opera can be one of the most rewarding artistic experiences. Yet, it is incredibly expensive to stage, leading to high ticket prices, making it difficult to attract a new younger audience.

London show attempts to attract new audience to operas

United Kingdom

London Tech Week kicks off with drones and robots

London is hosting its fourth annual Tech Week. Events include coding workshops and drone racing. Al Jazeera's Jessica Baldwin reports from London.

London Tech Week kicks off with drones and robots

England

Beatles' fans celebrate 50th anniversary of ‘Sgt. Pepper’ album

Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, an album by The Beatles, was released 50 years ago. Fans have celebrated the cheerful record, which had a zany cover when it came out. Al Jazeera’s Jessica Baldwin reports from Liverpool, England.

Beatles' fans celebrate 50th anniversary of ‘Sgt. Pepper’ album

England

Jane Austen fans celebrate 200th anniversary of her death

Jane Austen's popularity hasn't waned in 200 years. From Pride and Prejudice to Sense and Sensibility, her books have never been out of print, and thousands of fans around the world are planning events to celebrate her life.

Jane Austen fans celebrate 200th anniversary of her death

Europe

Crick institute opens its doors to the public

It's now 64 years since British scientist Francis Crick discovered the shape of human DNA - the famous double helix - and revolutionised the world of biology. Last year, the largest medical research unit opened in Europe was named in his honour.

Crick institute opens its doors to the public

Asia Pacific

Japanese architecture on display in new London show

A gallery in the UK capital is showcasing the work of Japanese architects from the past 70 years. The exhibition features the work of 40 architects. Al Jazeera’s Jessica Baldwin reports from London.

Japanese architecture on display in new London show

Europe

100 years of protests: New exhibition on display in London

From unpopular wars to rallies against nuclear weapons, Britain's history of protests is long and varied. A new exhibition, at London's Imperial War Museum of all places, celebrates the people power involved in these demonstrations.

100 years of protests: New exhibition on display in London

United Kingdom

London rail tunnel project unearths ancient artefacts

Europe’s biggest engineering project reveals a 16th-century bowling ball, ice skates made of animal bones and more.

London rail tunnel project unearths ancient artefacts