The rich tapestry of Britain’s history is full of fascinating characters, imposing castles and literary heroes. From the Battle of Hastings in 1066 to the Battle of Britain, the Tudor period to the Victorian era, Shakespeare to Dickens, Britain has a unique heritage like no other. Much of this historical treasure trove has been preserved to inspire us today.
Get a taste of Jungle Book author Rudyard Kipling’s love for London’s beautiful Brown’s hotel, from our fabulous feature on the historic hotels our finest writers have made their home in the new issue of BRITAIN magazine.
With Tudor Times we profile a different figure every month. Here, Melita Thomas looks at Anne of Denmark, although not strictly a Tudor, she was the first ‘Queen of Great Britain’ following Elizabeth’s death.
Historian Elizabeth Norton’s new book, The Lives of Tudor Women, explores the seven ages of woman in the turbulent Tudor era. Here, she takes some time to answer our questions on this fascinating subject.