Discover Britain is Britain’s leading historic travel magazine, packed with news and features on our finest stately homes and castles, practical guides to our cities, coast and countryside and in-depth articles on our culture and traditions. With stunning photography and the best travel and history writers around, Discover Britain has everything you need to plan a holiday at home or learn about the events that have helped to shape our island nation.
Discover Britain is published 6 times a year.
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.
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.
Britain's best-selling monthly magazine, BBC History Magazine is rich and resonant, entertaining and informative.
In each issue leading historians offer fresh insights into every era from the archaeology of the ancient world to the background to today's current affairs.
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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.
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The Scots Magazine, the oldest magazine in the world, has undergone a redesign and hasrelaunched with a striking new look. The new size maintains its compact appeal yet is big enough to showcase the best Scottish photography. Whilst embracing the new, The Scots Magazine stays true to its values with authoritative insight into Scotland’s heritage and cultural programme from the nation’s leading commentators.
Philip Smith, The Scots Magazine Editor, said: “We're the world’s most widely-read Scottish interest magazine, and we spend a good deal of time speaking to you, our readers, about what you expect from the magazine. You told us what you like; what inspires you. We’ve taken notice of all you had to say and it is the right time for an exciting, fresh new look. We are delighted with recent research feedback from readers and we’ll be sharing the results of these conversations in the coming months with a newly relaunched The Scots Magazine for you to enjoy.”
Family Tree is a key magazine for both novice and experienced family historians alike.
This awarding- winning magazine brings you the records, websites and expert tips to help you trace your family history.
Established since 1984, Family Tree magazine is Britain's longest established magazine and is highly regarded as the authoritative voice in the world of family history.
If you are looking to move your research to the next level then Family Tree is the magazine for you. Each issue of Family Tree magazine includes access to thousands of records free of charge, software demos and lots more.