Inside British Library's low-oxygen archive
Newspaper sales may have dropped by more than 40% over the last decade, but more than seven million of them are still sold every day.
The British Library save at least one copy of every paper printed - more than 60 million in total.
This week it has opened a new hi-tech library in Yorkshire to store its huge archive.
People will rarely enter the low-oxygen room, with work carried about by robots instead.
David Sillito takes a rare look inside.
22 Jan 2015
- From the section UK