Colin Stuart introduces his joyous new book 13 Journeys Through Space and Time – Christmas Lectures from the Royal Institution – a perfect Christmas gift for curious minds.
It’s been a long time coming but Election 2016 is almost over. It’s not always been that pleasant to watch democracy in action over the past months, so we thought we’d just take a moment to remind ourselves of a few things that make America great. Read More 5 reasons why America is great
Take a look at this beautiful video introducing Marcus Sedgwick’s magical new book, Snow, from Little Toller.
Read More Marcus Sedgwick introduces Snow
Yes, it’s National Map Reading Week, but in between reacquainting ourselves with how to use a compass and such, we like to relax with a little colouring in – why not join us and download two maps to colour in yourself? Read More National Map Reading Week – get colouring!
If you were given £30,000 and the use of a Land Rover to make a journey with a geographical purpose, where would you go and what would you do? Read More Land Rover Bursary
Read the introduction to our Book of the Month for October, The Railways by Simon Bradley. Read More October Book of the Month – The Railways by Simon Bradley
This coming Monday, the Royal Geographical Society delves into their archives to share contemporary maps covering not just the well-known battles but also some more obscure areas of conflict, including Togoland, Tanganyika Territory, Tsing-Tau and the Trans-Caspian Theatre. Read More World War maps go on display at RGS
Michelin-starred noodles and the ultimate destruction of all life on earth. Two pretty compelling reasons to travel more we think. Read More The Travel News – 5th August
2016: The Summer of Sport. The gift that keeps on giving (for sport fans). It’s sort of like the football season – just when you thought it was over, here we go, here we go, here we go! Again.