Beau Bridgland is a young, English voice actor for animation, video games, commercials, narration and more. Despite having a very happy childhood, during his time at university he
Depression is rarely talked about. The sufferer is usually quiet, tells nobody about the moods experienced and suffers the disorder alone. But you don't have to. This book disc
Embarking on an organised Music Tour of Ireland, Stephanie Kiddar, hailing from Australia (yet born in Jamaica), garnishes the delights of this colourful country by way of her pass
Over ninety percent of Britain's international trade travels by sea, yet most Britons have become 'sea blind', even as our merchant marine has dwindled to a shadow
The relationship between a government and its people is determined by its policies, whether they succeed or fail. Public opinion is fickle.
Do you know where the 1984 Olympia Games were held?
- Do you know what the seven natural wonders of the world are?
No Hope, Dear Pope - Clericalificatio, the author makes a strong case against the power of the Vatican and the way the Catholic Church has distorted the teachings of Jesus Christ w
James Mugonyi has been driven all his life to better himself academically and has gratefully acknowledged the teachers and tutors who have helped him along his path to education.
1964 - London
Dolly Vincent is born to an East End gangster but is sent away for her own protection.
Mad Mick is hell bent on his revenge and will stop at nothing to kill h
In this voyage, C. Douglas Woodward takes his readers on a journey that starts in a garden in the Barbican, the architectural tour de force at the heart of the City of London. He
In Who Am I? A Book of Riddles author Charlotte Sebag-Montefiore has produced a delightful child's bestiary in verse form.