Richard Cavendish visits Penshurst Place, home to the Sidney and Shelley families.
Volume 47 Issue 10 October 1997
Robert Pearce gives us a view of George Orwell for the 1990s
The Soviet Union is now history but what do the ordinary people who lived through its last decades remember about it and what verdict do they give? Per Manson presents an intriguing insight.
Tony Aldous discovers a secret pocket of historic mills and warehouses in the Bow Creek area of London.
October 13th, 1947
Angela Morgan highlights the new threat to Newstead Abbey, Byron's former home.
Alexander Bely remembers the events of October 26th, 1497.
Michael Leech on the efforts to save and excavate the site of the original Globe Theatre in London.
Daryl Best on use and abuse in Australia's environmental history.
‘Bedlam’ has become a by-word for a wild and crazy place, but what is the historical reality behind a distinguished London institution?