‘As We Were’ by David Hargreaves & Margaret-Louise O’Keeffe in the Daily Mail
Shattering accounts of the Great War, from those left to grieve
Historian David Hargreave and his researcher Margaret-Louise O’Keeffe have collated first-hand testimonies from those who were in World War I, for a book of new insights from the period.
The story behind Helen Garlick’s ‘No Place To Lie’ in the Daily Mail
The secrets and lies behind this happy family photo
In a time when falling in love with a married man or – shock! – someone of the same sex was taboo, many chose to live a lie rather than risk the shame it would unleash.
‘As We Were’ author David Hargreaves writes an article for The Oldie
The First World War – up close and personal. By David Hargreaves – The Oldie
David Hargreaves, author of As We Were, explains how his book sees the war from all angles: whether it’s Junker estates, Dublin rebels or Grantham prostitutes
A review of WWI box set ‘As We Were’ in The Times
As We Were by David Hargreaves and Margaret-Louise O’Keeffe, review — the First World War, week by week
How do you tell the story of something as bewilderingly vast as the First World War? How do you convey the sweep of such an enormous global drama without losing sight of the human factor? And how do
‘As We Were’ by David Hargreaves in The Spectator
Up close and personal: voices from the Great War, week by week | The Spectator
Extracts from hundreds of letters and diaries provide moving testimony to the dignity and selfless courage of all nationalities involved
Dr Hilali Noordeen, author of ‘Letters to a Young Doctor’, in the New Statesman
“Help for my junior doctors isn’t there”: Dr Hilali Noordeen on burnout in the NHS
Three years ago, spinal surgeon Hilali Noordeen’s eldest son told his father he was considering becoming a doctor. Rather than sitting his 15-year-old down for a parental chat about prospects, Noordeen decided to write him a series of letters. Illuminating the lengthy path to and through the profess…
House & garden article featuring Hugo Rittson Thomas’s ‘Wildflowers for the Queen’
How to recreate the wildflower meadows of Highclere Castle
The Earl of Carnarvon talks through the process of creating the wildflower meadow at Highclere Castle, better know to many as Downton Abbey.
‘Wildflowers for the Queen’ by Hugo Rittson Thomas in the Daily Mail
Prince Charles’s brainwave to carpet nation with majestic wildflowers
Coronation Meadows, an idea by Prince Charles, saw the wildflower meadow reintroduced to the British countryside to mark the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s coronation.
‘Wildflowers for the Queen’ by Hugo Rittson Thomas in Tatler
Royal photographer celebrates the Queen’s Coronation Meadows in all their midsummer glory
Hugo Rittson Thomas chronicles the ‘Wildflowers for the Queen’ that span the UK’s meadows in an exhilarating new book for wild plant conservation charity, Plantlife
Hugo Ritton Thomas’s book ‘Wildflowers for the Queen’ features in The Guardian
Flower power! The movement to bring back Britain’s beautiful meadows
More than 97% of meadows have been destroyed, but the fight is now on to restore them. They are essential for plants and insects – but is it wise to lose food-producing fields?
‘Letters to a Young Doctor’ by Dr Hilali Noordeen mentioned in an article for TIME magazine
The U.K.’s Third Wave of COVID-19 Is Pushing the Health System Into Crisis
Experts blame the crisis on a new, highly-transmissible variant and weak government leadership
Recipe from ‘The Bull & Last’ cookbook featured in an article for Stylist
3 goat’s cheese recipes that won’t bore vegetarians to tears
No goat’s cheese and roasted vegetable tartlets here.
Raul Diaz’s ‘Wine & Recipes’ features in The Guardian
Perfect pairings: books that combine wine and food | Fiona Beckett on wine
Take a deep-dive into ‘flavour’, the buzz word for this season
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