Latest issue of BRITAIN on sale in the UK today

Shakespeare's England, Warwickshire
Warwickshire, Shakespeare's home county, is brimming with pretty cottages, churches and castles

Shakespeare’s England, the tragic tale of Thomas Becket, and London for free: pick up the latest issue of BRITAIN magazine on sale in the UK today for all this and more

Shakespeare's England, Warwickshire
Warwickshire, Shakespeare’s home county, is brimming with pretty cottages, churches and castles

The March/April issue of BRITAIN magazine goes on sale in the UK today so don’t delay, make sure you pick up your copy, which this month includes:

Shakespeare’s England
To mark 450 years since William Shakespeare’s birth, we explore Warwickshire, his home county, brimming with pretty cottages, churches and castles

Uncharted waters
Our salute to Britain’s intrepid explorers, who embarked on dangerous missions and discovered exciting new lands

British bulldog
Wartime prime minister Sir Winston Churchill is one of the most iconic Britons of all time

London for free
Find out about some of the wonderful things you can do in the capital for the princely sum of nothing

Durdle-Door-in-Dorset
Durdle Door in Dorset, where Thomas Hardy hailed from

Thomas Hardy’s Dorset
Dorset’s most famous writer set his major novels in the south and south-west of England in an area known as Wessex

Hampton Court Palace
From Tudor manor to sprawling royal seat, we discover the secrets of Hampton Court Palace

Secret gardens
In the second part of our National Trust series, we wander round some of its most exquisite gardens

British timepieces
The history of telling the time in Britain, including Big Ben and the Hever astrolobe

Murder in the cathedral
From king’s confidant to deadly enemy, Thomas Becket was a dramatic character in life and death

Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire/Hertfordshire
Live the aristocratic lifestyle for a day or two at Luton Hoo

Live like a Lord
Make like a guest at Downtown Abbey with our pick of splendid country estates you can stay at

Win a weekend in Richmond upon Thames
This leafy riverside suburb of London is just what the doctor ordered

Easter traditions
From pagan ritual to chocolate eggs, how us Brits celebrate Easter

World War I commemorations
In this month’s Britlist, we round up some of events up and down the country to mark the outbreak of World War I

The May 2014 issue of BRITAIN magazine will go on sale in the US on 14 March.

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