In the aftermath of the Leveson debate and the heavily publicised phone hacking scandal in 2011, the freedom enjoyed by the British press has been subjected to relentless criticism. Contrastingly, More »
Of all the dangerous places Tim Butcher has travelled while working on his travel books, his trip to Bosnia in 2012 does not, at first glance, rank highly. His More »
Joshua Flew explores how the British national game became international through industry, and finds out how the world beat us at our own game.
From The African Queen to Roman Holiday, and from The Motorcycle Diaries to The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Alex Hulmes investigates the inspiring genre of travel films.
Caroline Bishop reviews Lucy Worsley’s recent BBC series and book, A Very British Murder.