You may have noticed that the Jubilee Time Capsule Gallery went live at the start of April.
Designed by our technology partner Capsool, the JTC Gallery is set across a number of virtual levels and allows you to visit the different decades of The Queen's reign, taking in thematic collections submitted by users. This exciting development really makes the most out of the fantastic content being submitted; see what you can discover here.
Speaking of fantastic content, this month we've been focussing on Health, see a few of our favourite health entries below.
HEALTH IN THE JTC
2nd September 2001: Death of a Great Surgeon, Sania Nasir, Fazaia College
27th June 1957: Special Report Links Smoking with Lung Cancer, The BBC
15th June 2011: Raising Awareness of Male Cancers, Charlotte Williams
Sania Nasir from Pakistan recalls the day Dr Christian Bernard died. Sania explains that Dr Bernard performed the first ever human heart transplant.
Did you know that as well as enabling you to explore content, the JTC Gallery allows you to 'like' your favourite entries? The 60 most popular entries will form the People's Choice collection, which alongside the Diamond (re)Collection, will be presented to The Queen later in 2012.
This collection allows you to tell us what your favourite stories from the past 60 years are - so why not cast your vote now?! You can also ask friends and family to view and 'like' your entry by sharing it on Facebook and Twitter.
MAY: FAMILY IN THE JTC
For the month of May we will be focussing on Family in the JTC. We want to know what family moments have been important to you in the last 60 years.
Have you attended a family wedding? Seen the birth of a child or sibling? Do you have a special childhood memory? Remember a story your granny told you as a child? Have you celebrated a special anniversary? Do you have any family traditions?