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Arts & Culture

Whether you’re a culture vulture, an avid reader or fancy learning a new language, this category is bound to have a magazine that fits the bill. Whatever your interest, whether it’s sci-fi or antiques, treat yourself to an Arts & Culture magazine subscription.
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Widely acknowledged as the Bible of the industry, Antiques Trade Gazette delivers market knowledge, news and analysis direct to your door each week.

Every issue provides you with an authoritative and independent view on all that is happening within the world of antiques, fine art and collectables including news, auction previews and reports, the art market, dealer's diary, auction calendar, fairs and markets as well as international events.

Your subscription includes a free copy of the Antiques Trade Gazette Yearbook.

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Apollo is the world's oldest and most highly respected magazine on the visual arts.

For over eighty years Apollo has been delivering a wealth of informed news, analysis and debates from the art world. We open the door on significant collections and reveal how they have been built and what drives the collectors.

Glamorous as well as authoritative in its coverage of the visual arts, Apollo is unlike any other art magazine in the world. Lavishly illustrated, sharply written and always topical, it is essential monthly reading for everybody who enjoys painting, sculpture, the decorative arts, photography, architecture and interiors.

Take advantage of the fantastic subscription offers and save up to 50% on the shop price!

Subscribe today and receive:

* Every issue of the magazine delivered directly to your door

* An inside look at great art collections - both public and private

* Exclusive interviews with leading art world figures and collectors

* Beautifully illustrated articles by internationally renowned scholars with the latest discoveries and attributions

* Reviews of the most significant exhibitions from around the world

* Up-to-date reporting on trends and prices in the global art market

* Free access to Apollo on the iPad, iPhone and to the digital edition - PLUS 50% saving on the newsstand price!

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AISept14
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All subscriptions will commence with the next issue published.

Britain's best selling art magazine, Artists & Illustrators provides inspiration and practical advice to professional and aspiring artists as well as gifted amateurs and art lovers - and is a compulsive read for anyone inspired by art.

Artists & Illustrators brings you candid interviews with both famous and up-coming artists, giving you an exclusive behind-the-canvas insight into their paintings and techniques. A constant flow of practical advice from well-known experts helps improve and expand your creative horizons, whilst news of exhibitions and the latest products, books and events ensures you stay in touch with this inspirational, energetic world.

Whether you favour oils or watercolours, portraits or landscapes, abstract art or botanical illustration, a vibrant palette of features awaits...

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A BBC History Magazine subscription offers readers a monthly dose of sophisticated and informative articles on historical events and notable characters / leaders of history. As the UK's bestselling history magazine BBC History Magazine provides trustworthy and high quality content on the latest history news and revelations.

 

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The UK’s Best Selling Military History Title...

Britain at War is dedicated to exploring every aspect of Britain’s involvement in conflicts from the turn of the 20th century through to modern day. From World War I to the Falklands, World War II to Iraq, readers are able to re-live decisive moments in Britain’s history through fascinating insight combined with rare and previously unseen photography.

Subscribers Get:

Priority Delivery - subscriber copies go first.
Price Freeze - guaranteed no price rise during the term of your subscription.
Special Discounts - subscriber-only discounts on special magazines and products.



Current Archaeology May14
Current Archaeology May14
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Current Archaeology is devoted to British archaeology.

Indeed with over 17,000 subscribers, it is by far the biggest magazine devoted to British archaeology. It's in full colour, it is devoted mainly to excavations and it covers all periods.

The magazine aims to bridge the gap between the amateur and the professional in archaeology. Most of the articles are written by the archaeologists involved, and are then edited to ensure it is accessible to all. We aim neither to preach, nor to give a bare recital of facts.

Instead we tell you the stories; why the excavators went there; how they made their discoveries; what they found - and what it all means.

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The sister publication of Current Archaeology, Current WORLD Archaeology is devoted to archaeology that covers the world from the first emergence of man down to yesterday.

The magazine focuses particularly on Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Near East, and Greece and Rome, although the whole world is covered. Aimed at amateurs as well as professional archaeologists, Current WORLD Archaeology has been visiting the digs, talking to the excavators and reviewing the literature to keep readers up-to-date.

So, if you are interested in staying current with the past, now is the perfect time to subscribe.

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Explore everything that Britain has to offer with this monthly treasure chest of information, overflowing with hints about hidden British jewels which you never knew existed. Explore untouched beaches, tropical (British!) climates and medieval castles all in one magazine.  Whether you want to experience a spot of Shakespeare in an open-air Cornish theatre, or you want to explore the underground mines of the North, let Discover Britain show you a side of the British Isles you never knew existed.

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History Today Apr13
History Today Apr13
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The original history magazine, History Today has been published monthly in London since 1951. Our founder was the enigmatic Brendan Bracken, Minister of Information during the Second World War, publisher of the Financial Times and faithful right-hand man of Winston Churchill.

History Today created the concept of popular history, mixing styles, genres and periods to achieve a fusion of intellectual excitement and readability. Read thought-provoking and lavishly-illustrated articles by the world's leading scholars and historians, on all periods, regions and themes of history.

A sample of some of our recent articles:
• The Lure of the Orient - There's nothing new about globalisation. As with so much else, the Romans pioneered it, forging trading links with peoples as far away as south Asia, says Raoul McLaughlin.
• Rome 1960: Making Sporting History - When the Eternal City hosted the Olympics, the organisers had to confront Rome's Classical, Renaissance and Fascist pasts, as Richard Bosworth explains.
• Ship of State - Patrick Little explores the entangled and stormy fortunes of Oliver Cromwell, Charles II and Britain’s navy.

Each month, the magazine also features a quiz, a prize crossword, cartoons, news and at least eight pages of book, event and film reviews.In addition, our massive online archive includes every article published by both magazines since 1980. Print subscribers receive big discounts on online access.

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The London Review of Books is widely considered one of the best literary magazines on topics of literature, the arts, culture, history, politics and philosophy published in the world today.

Breadth is key for this title as it prides itself on covering the most seminal current debates with a scholarly approach and never shies away from challenging a conventional viewpoint. Each issue has up to 15 long form essays on diverse topics and encourages its contributors to develop ideas; you can enjoy writing from leading thinkers including Alan Bennett, Hilary Mantel, Mary Beard and John Lanchester.

The LRB is fiercely independent and unashamedly outspoken. Make sure you are part of the conversation by subscribing to the London Review of Books.

Military History Monthly
Military History Monthly
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Military History Monthly is the new monthly magazine dedicated to the history of conflict on Land, at Sea and in the Air.

Military History Monthly is dedicated to answering the big questions of military history. The aim is not only to bring you action-packed narrative, but to provide all the technical detail, in-depth analysis, and cutting-edge controversy you need to understand not just what happened, but also why.

Packed with battlefield maps, eyewitness accounts and book reviews, this is the magazine for everyone who wants to understand war, past and present, in all its dimensions.

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The first choice for dedicated followers of sci-fi, cult TV and horror, SciFiNow is the most dynamic, sophisticated genre magazine around.

Delivering the best reviews, the most in-depth features, unprecedented industry insight, episode guides, memorabilia, convention news and access to the stars.

SciFiNow is the ultimate sci-fi magazine. Join the future; buy SciFiNow.

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Being Britain's longest-running independent philatelic magazine, Stamp is better value than ever, with a wide range of news and features to interest, entertain and inform you, whatever you collect.

Our news pages are the most lively and well-informed in the UK, our GB Collector section gives you the inside line on all the upcoming British issues, and our features on everything from classics to thematics are the best-written and best illustrated in the world of philately. There is no better showcase for the most exciting material appearing on the market than our colourful Auction Highlights round-up, and you won't find a more detailed new issue guide anywhere.All this comes with provocative opinion columns, and our comprehensive listing of the month's events. Subscribing is the best way to keep right up to date.Great reasons to subscribe - • 12 fantastic issues a year packed with latest news and reviews• Every issue is delivered straight to your door at no extra cost • Never worry about missing the latest issue or the magazine being sold out at the shops. Find out for yourself by subscribing today. 

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At a time when most magazines consist of predictable articles by predictable people, The Oldie dares to give you something different.

Every month it brings you great writers such as Mavis Nicholson, Raymond Briggs,Ruth Rendell and Tom Stuttaford. As well as these and other equally famous and talented guests, there are contributions from people of whom you will not have heard. It is this unsolicited material - one reader's role in the sinking of the Scharnhorst, or the recounting of a chance meeting with Chuck Berry on a train - that makes it unique.

Please note that The Oldie is published 13 times a year meaning a 12 issue subscription runs for 48 weeks
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The Times Literary Supplement
The Times Literary Supplement
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The Times Literary Supplement (TLS) is the leading paper in the world for literary culture.

For more than a hundred years, the TLS has sought and found what is best in our literary culture, providing a unique pleasure - as well as a necessary resource to readers around the world. A mix of fine writing, literary discoveries and incisive debate has ensured its status as mandatory reading for many of today's top writers and thinkers.

The TLS is the only weekly literary paper covering literature, history, biography, science, poetry, the arts and much more.

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Start your family history with Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine. Complementing the popular BBC series, every issue brings you exclusive extras from celebrities' research, practical advice on getting started, and expert reviews of the latest books, and online resources to help you find out about your family's past. Also, learn how to uncover the history that is on your doorstep in our local history section, with accessible articles written by leading historians.

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Each month Writers' Forum helps thousands of new and aspiring writers to achieve their dreams.

It is packed with up-to-date market information, advice from experts in the publishing industry and inspiring stories and tips from fellow authors and writers.

The title also features interactive reader workshops in fiction, poetry, children's books and self-publishing, so you can experience first-hand how to improve your own writing.

The monthly writing contests for fiction and poems are world-famous, awarding cash and prizes each issue as well as publication in the magazine.

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Your Family Tree is the most respected genealogy magazine around, balancing the use of PCs and the internet with the many traditional means of research.

Our aim is to make tracing family history accessible and rewarding for everyone. Your Family Tree offers practical advice, written by experts, on all areas of family history research.

Please note: Your Family Tree is known as Your Family History outside of the UK. The content is the same in both magazines. Order your copy today.

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