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Today's featured list

This star symbolizes the featured content on Wikipedia.

On Mondays and Fridays, the Main Page includes a section where an introduction to one of Wikipedia's featured lists is displayed. The current month's queue can be found here. The lists appearing on the main page are scheduled by the featured list director Giants2008.

To appear on the main page, a list must already be featured. For more information on the featured list promotion process, please see Wikipedia:Featured list candidates, and the featured list criteria. In addition to being featured, a main page blurb must be drafted, which introduces the subject of the list. Main page blurbs are roughly 1,000 characters in total length, with no endlines, reference tags, alternate names, or extraneous bolding, although the link to the specified featured list should be bolded. You can submit a list at Wikipedia:Today's featured list/submissions.

At the moment, lists are scheduled by the FL director or the FL delegates, although we will eventually be devising a community-based system for selecting each day's list. We encourage editors to submit and review as many blurbs as possible. If you notice a problem with an upcoming main-page featured list, please leave a message talkpage here.

Further ideas on how you can participate can be found at Wikipedia:Today's featured list/get involved.


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Last featured list (April 27)

Three-quarter view of a long, low, flint rubble church on a rising grass slope with some gravestones.  A tile-roofed porch juts out from the longer side, which also has two paired lancet windows and two other windows.  The shorter side has three single-light round-headed windows and a blocked lancet window below the roofline.

There are 26 current and seven former places of worship in the district of Adur, one of seven local government districts in the English county of West Sussex. The southern part of the district forms part of the Brighton/Worthing/Littlehampton conurbation, and almost all of the churches are in the towns and villages within this continuous built-up area. The rural northern part of the district has one ancient church that is still in use, and another former chapel that served a now deserted medieval village. Seven of Adur's extant places of worship, and two former churches, have been awarded listed status (Grade I listed Coombes Church pictured). By the 11th century, the area now covered by Adur district had several small settlements, each with their own church. Although some have been restored and altered, most ancient structural work and internal features remain. These include an anchorite's cell (where a hermit was walled up for life), a rare series of wall paintings, and a "Rhenish helm" four-gabled tower cap that is unique in England. (Full list...)

Next featured list (May 1)

Morgan Freeman headshot facing the camera and smiling

American actor and director Morgan Freeman's career on film, television and on the stage began in 1964, with a film role in the Sidney Lumet-directed drama The Pawnbroker and a part in the musical Hello, Dolly! Freeman subsequently appeared in the films Teachers in 1984, and Marie in 1985 before making his breakthrough with 1987's Street Smart. In the 1990s, he was cast in numerous films, including the adventure film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves oposite Kevin Costner, drama The Shawshank Redemption with Tim Robbins, psychological thriller Seven, historical drama Amistad, crime thriller Kiss the Girls, and science fiction disaster film Deep Impact. In 2004, he played Eddie "Scrap Iron" Dupris in Clint Eastwood's film Million Dollar Baby, for which he won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 2011, Freeman received the AFI Life Achievement Award from the American Film Institute. Freeman has also narrated several documentaries and television series, including Cosmic Voyage, Slavery and the Making of America, March of the Penguins, and Breaking the Taboo. (Full list...)