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We Remember the Blitz

by Frank Shaw & Joan Shaw

'I went to the public baths and after I undressed I could hear someone whistling. I looked round to see if I could see anybody about, but I couldn't, so I got into the bath and lay back to relax. As soon as...


The True History of the Blackadder

by J. F. Roberts

British history as we know it is a cluttered patchwork of questionable stories which have been re-written, re-evaluated and ridiculed, and yet there is still an unquestioned narrative thread which runs through...


Desert Island Discs: Flotsam & Jetsam

by Mitchell Symons

Flotsam & Jetsam is the ultimate trivia book for fans of the popular BBC Radio 4 programme Desert Island Discs, and a fascinating introduction for all those who have yet to discover its delights.

Taking the reader...


The Stig

by Simon Du Beaumarche

Who is The Stig? Where did he come from? Why does he never speak?

To answer these questions, award-winning biographer Simon du Beaumarche spent a year chasing The Stig and talking to those closest to him, including...


Great British Bake Off: Learn to Bake

by Love Productions & Linda Collister

Love eating cake? Well, this weekend, get into the kitchen and bake a cake yourself. Baking is fun when you know how to do it, and you don't need lots of equipment or expensive ingredients.

Learn to Bake explains...


Mid-Term Report

by Phil Redmond

A masterclass in media studies from the creator of Grange Hill, Brookside and Hollyoaks. Described in Parliament as 'excellent' by Ed Vaizey, The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Culture, Media and...


Terms of Employment

by Charlie Croker

Has your doctor ever prescribed you some bug-juice? Or sent you to the rheumaholiday department?

Have you ever read an article full of anecdata or reviewphemisms?

Do you think you work in an adhocracy, for a seagull...


Grannies, Inc. Guide to Knitting

by Katie Mowat

When it comes to knitting, who knows better than our nan? If you get tangled in a ball of wool, she's always the first person you call to help you sort your cross stitch from your cable.

While recruiting for...


Spice Trip

by Stevie Parle & Emma Grazette

Stevie Parle and Emma Grazette are on a mission to spice up Britain's kitchens and revolutionise the way we cook with the treasures hidden away in our cupboards. This book, accompanying the award-winning Channel...


Good Food: Gluten-free recipes

by Sarah Cook

In this new collection of triple-tested recipes the experts at Good Food magazine have used their wealth of experience to tackle the challenges of gluten-free eating. Whether you've decided to explore the health...


The Cake Decorating Bible

by Juliet Sear

Squarely aimed at the home baker, The Cake Decorating Bible is the definitive guide to turning your cakes, cupcakes and biscuits into showstoppers. Juliet Sear is at the forefront of contemporary cake design...


365 Family Games and Pastimes

by Martin Toseland & Simon Toseland

Remember Blind Man's Bluff, Pin the Tail and Murder in the Dark? Making daisy chains and collecting conkers? And when rainy afternoons meant card games and battleships?

Jam-packed with games and activities for...


Dino Dog

by Jane Clarke & Garry Parsons

David and Lucy have got a new dog from the Rescue Centre, but they don't know what his name is. What they do know is that he's ace at digging and he's got a good nose for fossilized bones. In this humorous holiday...


Cream: How Eric Clapton Took the World by Storm

by Dave Thompson

Dave Thompson, author of Virgin's acclaimed Red Hot Chili Peppers biography, takes a new and very detailed look at the creation of one of the world's most influential bands. After all the streets of London had...


Pigs

by George Macleod

Written in response to a growing demand on the part of pig farmers, here is a text-book which will provide a working manual to which reference can be readily made.

Not all the diseases discussed in the text are...


Thyroid Disorders

by Rowan Hillson

Thyroid disorders affect one in every 20 people in the UK at some point in their lives. Once diagnosed, however, thyroid conditions can be treated effectively and good health restored. In this comprehensive...


Paper Tigers

by Nicholas Coleridge

Paper Tigers is a riveting, authoritative and in-depth study of newspaper barons of the world - men and women who wield immense power, and whose ever-changing media empires make compelling case studies of business...


Jeanette Winterson

by Margaret Reynolds & Jonathan Noakes

In Vintage Living Texts, teachers and students will find the essential guide to the works of Jeanette Winterson. Vintage Living Texts is unique in that it offers an in-depth interview with Jeanette Winterson,...


Comic Book Movies - Virgin Film

by David Hughes

The superheroes are back! Since the 1970s, the film world has found inspiration in comic books and graphic novels. These days no summer is complete without a major blockbuster movie based on a comic: Superman...


The Seven Ages of Woman

by Dr Rosemary Leonard & Rosemary Leonard

Throughout our lives women face a range of particular health issues that can be both challenging and confusing. Now, in The Seven Ages of Woman, Dr Rosemary Leonard draws on her extensive experience as a family...