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20 Nov

Bognor and Other Regises: A Potted History of Britain in 100 Royal Places by Caroline Taggart

Review on BookChap The current royal family can trace its lineage back to William the Bastard through the ......
15 Nov

Gods, Graves and Scholars: The Story of Archaeology by C. W. Ceram

Review on BookChap I first read this book, albeit not entirely, many years ago. I acquired this particular ......
11 Nov

AUDIO: The Life and Times of a Very British Man by Kamal Ahmed

Review on BookChap Social history combined with a personal history of living in Britain for someone often seen ......
06 Nov

AUDIO: Know Your Place: Essays on the Working Class by the Working Class edited by Nathan Connolly

Review on BookChap According to Nathan Connolly’s introduction, Know Your Place began life on Twitter when, in the ......
02 Nov

Around The World in 80 Words by Paul Anthony Jones

Review on BookChap Paul Anthony Jones has done it once again, produced a book that can turn the ...
02 Nov

The Skripal Files: The Life and Near Death of a Russian Spy by Mark Urban

Review on BookChap I have to confess to having been a little dubious of a book published on ...
02 Nov

Sunshine of Your Love by Eric Clapton and Friends

Review on BookChap In 1995, Eric Clapton and a team of associates began work on the construction of ...
31 Oct

The Vampire: A New History by Nick Groom

Review on BookChap In this timely publication for darker nights and Halloween, Professor Nick Green takes us on ......
27 Oct

SECOND OPINION: Peterloo by Jacqueline Riding

Review on BookChap 2019 will mark the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo massacre, for which Manchester has been ......
22 Oct

Chroniques by Kamel Daoud

Review on BookChap Kamel Daoud is an Algerian journalist and author, he is the editor of Quotidien d’Oran, ......
22 Oct

Greta and Cecil by Diana Souhami

Review on BookChap Greta and Cecil by Diana Souhami is perhaps better described as mildly speculative in essence. ......
20 Oct

Peterloo by Jacqueline Riding

Review on BookChap 16th August 1819. St. Peter’s Field, Manchester. A crowd of 60,000 people assembled demanding better ......
19 Oct

This Is Going To Hurt by Adam Kay

Review on BookChap This award-winning book is a superb look at how one junior doctor, specialising in gynaecology, ......
17 Oct

Tchaikovsky: The Man Revealed by John Suchet

Review on BookChap John Suchet is the author of a distinctly impressive series of composer biographies as well ......
17 Oct

An Inconvenient Death by Miles Goslett

Review on BookChap In 2003 I was working as a researcher on the now defunct Jonathan Dimbleby Programme, ......
16 Oct

Author meets Reviewer: Louisa Deasey meets Linda Hepworth

Article on BookChap When Louisa Deasey receives a message from a Frenchwoman called Coralie, who has found a ......
15 Oct

Stamps as Witnesses of History by Ruth Lea

Review on BookChap Ruth Lea is a busy, highly intelligent women, well versed in economics, banking and the ......
13 Oct

AUDIO: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told by Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally

Review on BookChap I’ll be honest, I clicked on this because my husband has a bit of a ...
08 Oct

Higher Calling by Max Leonard

Review on BookChap The cycling Grand Tours are over for 2018 but fans of the Giro d’Italia, Tour ......
04 Oct

Wally Funk’s Race for Space by Sue Nelson

Article on BookChap In 1961, when 22-year-old aviator Mary Wallace ‘Wally’ Funk arrived at an astronaut test centre in ......
04 Oct

AUDIO: Speeches of Note edited by Shaun Usher

Review on BookChap Speeches given and not given, world-changers in many ways. I adored the two Letters of ......