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Beneath the shining new developments of east London's Dalston Lane, Derry Nairn unearths a documentary showcasing the rich cultural history of the area.

These days, the Guinness brand is indelibly associated with Ireland. However, Derry Nairn finds that the famous brew has left a significant architectural legacy in London.

Emma Jolly reviews The Glenn Miller Conspiracy by Hunton Downs.

Nell Darby reviews For Business and Pleasure by Mara L. Keire.

Paul Dukes reviews Roland Chambers' The Last Englishman: The Double Life of Arthur Ransome.