Totally British Magazine is packed with television, movies, celebrities, lifestyle, fashion, music and books from the UK.
Official Doctor Who Locking Notebook with Tardis image front and back.
A half-starved young Russian man in a long black overcoat is smuggled into Hamburg at dead of night. He has an improbable amount of cash secreted in a purse round his neck. He is a devout Muslim. Or is he?
The Blade Artist is an elegant, electrifying novel -- ultra violent but curiously redemptive -- and it marks the return of one of modern fiction's most infamous, terrifying characters, the incendiary Francis Begbie from Trainspotting.
Try to find the hidden leprechaun while you watch the children in this lively book perform a play about Saint Patrick, make holiday crafts, taste Irish foods, and march in a Saint Patrick's Day parade.
"The Battle of Britain" was a turning point in the history of the Second World War and now, Historian James Holland has written the definitive account of this battle based on extensive new research from around the world including thousands of new interviews with people on both sides of the fighting
For sixteen years, Whitey Bulger eluded the long reach of the law. For decades one of the most dangerous men in America, Bulger - the brother of influential Massachusetts senator Billy Bulger - was often romanticized as a Robin Hood-like thief and protector.
Visiting Stepney, Liverpool Street, Farringdon, Tottenham Court Road and the route along Oxford Street, this richly descriptive book traces the course of many of these historical journeys across time as well as space.
If you're looking for a field guide to leprechauns, The Truth About the Irish is not the book for you. But if you can handle a frank and funny look into the minds and hearts of Irish people, you've been touched by that fabled Irish luck.
To five-year-old-Jack, Room is the world. It’s where he was born. It’s where he and Ma eat and sleep and play and learn. There are endless wonders that let loose Jack’s imagination
RAT BASTARDS was the first–ever, firsthand account of mob life that wasn't told by a rat. Red Shea did his crime, then did his time––and never informed, unlike so many others. Holding fast to the code of his upbringing, he remained a man of honor.
Why are books, in all their forms, so very powerful? What do the books we've read over our lives--our own personal libraries--make of us? What does the unravelling of our tradition of public libraries, so hard-won but now in jeopardy, say about us?
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Today we celebrate the beloved Poet of Scotland, Robert Burns. As ceremonial haggis' are prepared, kilts are...
Do you have a folded poster and want to know how to fix the creases?