A fresh view of Scotland, using the boundary that divides the country both geologically and culturally as the basis for a fascinating and unique debate between two of the country's pre-eminent broadcasters
I recommend it unreservedly' William Dalrymple 'A brilliant book' Christina Lamb One of the first things I was told when I arrived in Kabul was never to walk... When journalist Taran Khan arrives in Kabul, she uncovers a place that defies her expectations.
The Silver Invicta is a stream of impressions from a fishing life, in its varying moods, coloured with plenty of whisky and eccentric company. Join Tom Harland on his light-hearted journeys with his fly rod; take part in his triumphs and disasters on wild camping trips and share his encounters with the wildlife of Scotland's rivers and lochs.
In Sixty Degrees North, the author travels along the 60th parallel, which passes through Shetland, where he was raised, and through Finland, Sweden. Norway, Greenland, Canada, Russia and Alaska, observing each land, and reflecting on his own life and recent loss.
Immerse yourself in a land full of literary locations in this tour through the great books of the British Isles. Caroline Taggart's guide to statues, walks both rural and urban, literary homes and vistas which inspired great scenes from our favourite novels is guaranteed to have something for every avid reader.
Secret Histories of the Cairngorms is a series of journeys exploring barely known human and natural stories of the Cairngorm Mountains. It looks at a unique British landscape, its last great wilderness, with new eyes.
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