Franz Shubert’s ‘Ave Maria’ somehow goes surprisingly well to this highlight (lowlight?) reel
The superstition holds that “if the Tower of London ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it”
Last year the UK gov launched an online contest for the public to name its new polar research ship. Boaty McBoatface won in a landslide but
The Duke Humfrey’s Library contains rare titles such as a Shakespeare First Folio and 1 of 42 Gutenberg Bibles
In Northumberland, England the Poison Garden at Alnwick Castle grows around 100 deadly plants, from nightshade to hemlock
It may look chaotic, but it’s surprisingly efficient and remarkably safe
Since 2003 Michael Marten has travelled along the British coast to photograph identical views at high and low tide, 6 or 18 hours apart.