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‘Bathroom’ on BBC Radio4
Laurie Taylor talks to architectural historian Barbara Penner on on BBC Radio4’s
Flood reviewed in News Shopper
‘London has always been prone to flooding’.
Why Hell Stinks of Sulfur reviewed in TLS
What lies within the Earth, beneath the rocks, soils and seas that bound our everyday experience?
The Story of Black in the Cambridge News
Emma Higginbotham talks to Dr John Harvey about his latest book The Story of Black.
Natural Disasters: Floods in Religion
Flood: Nature and Culture reveals that dozens of religions in different parts of the world have their own tales of apocalyptic deluges.
When paradise was on the map
Geologist Salomon Kroonenberg provides a guided tour of
Why Hell Stinks of Sulfur
– a survey of both the literary and geological makeup of hell.
Rhapsodies on colour and cultural history in ‘Blue Mythologies’
Brian Dillon reviews Carol Mavor’s
Author, anthropologist and zoologist Desmond Morris talks about his book
The Most Fantastic Monsters from Art and Literature
Boria Sax shares some thoughts on the most captivating monsters in the literary and art world.
The Pleasure’s All Ours?
s All Mine
Modern Art Cookbook nominated for André Simon Food and Drink Award
The Modern Art Cookbook
by Mary Ann Caws has been nominated for an André Simon Food and Drink Award.
Blue Mythologies in Los Angeles Review of Books
Certain words are made to be used in titles — “blue” is one of them.
Salon.com and The Pleasure’s All Mine
The American leader in online media presents an excerpt of Julie Peakman’s latest book.
Beastly London reviewed in The History Vault
Rebecca Rideal reviews Hannah Velten's Beastly London.
The White Devil in the NY Journal of Books
Matthew Beresford book reviewed by Jeremy McGuire.
Nick Drake reviewed in The Independent
An essential reading for any fan of Nick Drake.
Can you taste what I’m saying?
The Modern Art Cookbook is reviewed in Artforum International Magazine.
Adrian Forty wins RIBA President's Award
His research for
Concrete and Culture
recognised as an outstanding achievement.
A Halloween Q&A
Trick or Treat author Lisa Morton reveals her Halloween secret traditions.
Tango, reviewed in PopMatters.com
Tango, more than Argentina's most famous cultural export.
Dates reviewed in The Green Prophet
An insight on 'the bread of the desert'.
The Sea reviewed in The Guardian
A captivating journey through the sea and its multiple meanings
Sex and Buildings reviewed in The Telegraph
4 stars for Richard J. Williams' new book
The Rise of the Vampire reviewed in the New York Journal of Books
Discover why Mr. Butler has to be applauded for this book
A Life Worth Writing About
Critical Lives Series 'Marcel Proust' reviewed in Australia's The Age
Gorilla reviewed in The Independent
A book review of Ted Gott and Kathryn Weir's Animal Series title.
Another Green World: Two Plant Biographies
Los Angeles Review of Books on Geranium and Oak
5 things Baudelaire would have liked today
Rosemary Lloyd suggests her top five of our modern world.
Times Higher Education Book of the Week
'Sex and Buildings', a podcast with author Richard J Williams
Jonathan Hay speaks to New Books in East Asian Studies
A new podcast with the author of Sensuous Surfaces
Nick Drake: Dreaming England
Culture Club dedicates its latest podcast to Nick Drake
Why Hell Stinks of Sulfur in Los Angeles Review of Books
Subterranean Homesick Blues: Salomon Kroonenberg’s
'Why Hell Stinks of Sulfur'
Flickering Light reviewed in The Slate
The Light Fantastic, when neon was the new thing.
Drive and Concrete and Culture shortlisted for RIBA President's Awards for Research
Reaktion Books' authors Ian Borden and Adrian Forty shortlisted.
Art in Ireland reviewed in Apollo
Art in Ireland since 1910
has been warmly reviewed in
Gorillas in our midst
Authors of Gorilla write on the King Kong story and our uneasy relationship with the animal through history
Are vampires losing their bite?
The Rise of the Vampire
Here’s the Beef
is number 33 in the Edible Series.
‘Medusa’ in the New York Journal of Books
Medusa in the Mirror of Time
reviewed by J. W. Nicklaus in the
New York Journal of Books
Text and images from Ken Albala’s
featured on BBC website.
Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Donald Rayfield, author of Edge of Empires, interviewed by the Economist
Edge of Empires one of FT’s Best Books of 2012
FT writers pick their favourite books of the year
Trick or Treat: A History of Halloween is Grand Prize Winner of the 2012 Halloween Book Festival
Lisa Morton is the winner of this annual competition honouring the best and scariest books of the holiday.
Puzzle of Left-handedness reviewed in The Guardian
Rik Smith's history of handedness is a fascinating cornucopia of science and superstition.
Animal Encounters reviewed in The Spectator
Adam Nicolson on Arthur MacGregor’s latest title
Reaktion Books' author Anthony Bale wins the Beatrice White Prize 2012
Becky Sue Epstein interviewed on the WineGuyMike radio show.
Going for gold
Olympic Visions author Mike O'Mahony interviewed by BBC News Magazine
What Goes Well With a Martini
The Wall Street Journal review on Gin
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