Russian TV channel offers axed Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson new show
Disgraced British presenter receives invitation to Moscow
Despite a turbulent past, the differences between Russia and the UK have always faded into insignificance during critical moments in European and world history. Our two countries were allies in both World Wars, and the 70th anniversary of the arrival of the first Arctic convoys in Operation Dervish was commemorated last year.
In a rapidly changing global environment, Russia and the UK face new challenges. Emerging economic and social links have created a positive dynamic for the political relationship's evolution.
2014 has been announced to be a Bilateral Russia-UK year. Celebrating the long cultural tradition of engagement between the two countries, the UK/Russia Year of Culture in 2014 will delight and surprise Russian and UK audiences and illustrate the way in which the relationship continues to develop new, creative and contemporary narratives in both countries.
Our special UK-edition website rbth.co.uk will give you further information of the events that will take place within the Year.
Russian businessman Dmitry Kovtun has said he will be unable to give evidence by video link at a hearing in London's Royal Courts of Justice as part of the public inquiry into the death of a former FSB (Federal Security Service) officer, Alexander Litvinenko
The actor and honorary MBE is loved in Russia and around the world
Barclays Bank says official explanation will be given later in writing
VSMPO-Avisma has signed three long-term agreements with Britain's Rolls-Royce for the period of 2016-2025, the Russian titanium producer said in a statement
British satellite contract not to hinder construction of rockets for Roscosmos, Defense Ministry - Progress director
The Samara Progress State Research and Production Space Center is capable of building 21 Soyuz rockets in 2017-2019 to launch approximately 700 telecom satellites of the British company OneWeb, Samara CSKB Progress General Director Alexander Kirilin told Interfax-AVN on July 7
French-speaking, British born actress receives the Stanislavsky Award
Fedor Chudinov signs a three fight TV deal with BoxNation
June 9: RBTH rounds up the day’s reporting in leading Russian media
White Rabbit recognized by Restaurant Magazine
The Russian Interior Ministry continues an inquiry into how Ivan Aivazovsky's painting 'Evening in Cairo' found itself in Britain, trying to track down those behind its theft from a private collection in Moscow 18 years ago, Interior Ministry spokeswoman Yelena Alexeyeva told Interfax
The Sotheby's auction house has suspended the sale of Ivan Aivazovsky's Evening in Cairo, which the Russian Interior Ministry believes was stolen in 1997, Sotheby's worldwide director of sales Matthew Weigman told Interfax on June 2
Russia continues efforts to block the Sotheby's auction of Ivan Aivazovsky's painting "Evening in Cairo," stolen in Moscow 18 years ago, Russian Interior Ministry spokeswoman Yelena Alexeyeva told Interfax on June 1
June 1: RBTH rounds up the day’s reporting in leading Russian media
Story of Russia's early space exploration comes to Science Museum
Russian President Vladimir Putin had a phone conversation with British Prime Minister David Cameron on May 25
Satoshi Takamatsu, the Japanese astronaut backing up British singer Sarah Brightman on the flight to the International Space Station, could take her now vacant seat on board the Soyuz TMA-18M ship since the pop diva has decided not to fly, a source familiar with the situation told Interfax-AVN on Monday
Kremlin Administration employees and, personally, President Vladimir Putin are surprised and disappointed by the content of two requests for interview filed by two esteemed Western media outlets, those of the UK and the U.S
Retired KGB general pens fond memoir of the man, not the spy
British singer suspended her training "for personal family circumstances"
Surprise result that gave Tory leader David Cameron a Commons majority of 12 leaves the UK reeling but will not displease Putin, say experts