This morning the British Museum launches the Annual Review 2014/15, celebrating the successes of the previous year and looking forward to future activity. In 2014 the Museum was the leading visitor attraction in the UK for an eighth year running with 6.7 million visitors and a virtual audience of 43.7 million. 2014/15 saw great successes in the temporary exhibition programme with 114,000 visitors to Germany: memories of a nation and over 4 million downloads of the accompanying BBC radio series. Ancient lives, new discoveries has been seen by over 215,000 visitors since it opened in May 2014 while the prints and drawings exhibition Witches and wicked bodies, attracted over 190,000 visitors. Over 120,000 people came to the BP exhibition Ming: 50 Years that Changed China in the

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