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British Heritage
£22.50
British Heritage
Raise a teacup to a nation of tea-drinkers with this trio of teas inspired by the great British brew. Our Robert Fortune blend pays tribute to a Scottish botanist who changed the face of tea (read our blog about him), while our Piccadilly Blend is a fruity, floral flavoured black tea thats as pretty as it is delicious. And weve gone back to our roots with our 1886 Blend: layering whole Assam tea leaves with crushed, curled leaves for a robust flavour, its an invigorating spin on the strong blends enjoyed by 19th-century Londoners.
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British Cassis
£23.50
British Cassis
White Heron's Award Winning Cassis. Rich. Gloriously Dark. Sumptuous. It is available in the different sizes 500ml, 200ml and 50ml. Also there are boxed versions available. Sweet at first taste, with an irresistibly sharp after-kick, our original British Cassis is the perfect complement to sparkling wine, delicious 'nude' over ice and decadent in cocktails. Our British Cassis tastes so lovely you can indeed drink it 'Nude' - with just ice. It is also a perfect complement in Prosecco and Champagne - add British Cassis to make a ' British Royale, and our great product is decadent in cocktails. We make our British Cassis from the blackcurrants grown on our farm here in Herefordshire. It is made in a completely artisan and unique way -unlike the French method of Cassis production we add champagne yeast and a British sugar which causes fermentation and the alcohol is naturally produced, we harvest a specific quantity which is pressed within 24 hourswhich gives our cassis a truly intense blackcurrant flavour, and makes it stand out from others We are very pleased to announce that we have recently also won from The World Drinks Award - The Best Liqueur Bottle Design. Ingregients: Chamagne yeast, sugar and vodka. Shelf life: 2 years. This product contains alcohol. By purchasing this product, you confirm that you are 18 years of age or over. ABV: 15%
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British Rail
£17.99
British Rail
British Rail is a contentious company, as controversial as Dr Beeching and his axe. However, this examination of BR's passenger services shows just how vital the organisation was. It successfully carried millions of commuters to and from their jobs every day; organised its trunk route services to yield a profit under the brand name `Inter-City'; and pioneered world-beating research and technological development through its own research centre and engineering subsidiary. It transformed the railway system of Britain from a post-Second World War state of collapse into a modern, technologically advanced railway. And it did all this despite being starved of cash and being subjected to the whims of ever-fickle politicians. British Rail: The Nation's Railway is a story, expertly weaved by Tanya Jackson, of how all this was achieved against the odds. Complemented by stunning black-and-white and colour images, this is certainly a volume that no rail enthusiast should be without.
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British Wildlife
£9.99
British Wildlife
An amazing visual collection of the colourful, curious and varied wildlife that calls Britain 'home'. From familiar friends to the rare and elusive, from foxes to fungi and fish to flowers, the British Isles are bursting with more wildlife than you might think. There is so much to look at and discuss in this collection of native wonders. Look closer into the British countryside to find all types of woodland animals and field dwellers. This beautifully illustated book introduces a younger generation to familiar british wildlife from across Britian's feilds, woods and hills. An ideal book for young children wanting to know more about their country's wildlife. Other up-coming title in the Marvelous Menagerie series: Brillant Birds 978-1-78493-611-2
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British Posters
£19.99
British Posters
Drawing on the V&A's wide-ranging poster collection, this book maps how the poster has evolved in Britain since 1945 in the hands of graphic designers and fine artists, advertising agencies and counter-cultural groups. The range spans 'Keep Britain Tidy' campaigns, lavishly produced Benson & Hedges billboards, punk rock posters, hand-printed indictments of politicians and public art projects on the Underground. Defying regular predictions of its demise, the poster in Britain has adapted itself within a changing technological environment. It has absorbed new directions in art and design and has met unfolding social and commercial challenges. British Posters considers these developments and looks at the varying platforms that posters occupy. As part of the living skin of our cities, posters have entered into conflicts over the content and control of public space. Behind closed doors we have welcomed posters into our homes, Blu-Tacked them to our bedroom walls and made collections of them. Today, in an age of digital media and viral communication, the poster remains an irresistible proposition.
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We British
£12.99
We British
`This book includes some of the greatest of our poetry. I hope that it adds up to a new way of thinking about who we have been, and who we are now.'We British is much more than an anthology. This is a veritable history of Britain, told through the verse of its greatest poets. With the entertaining and enlightening Andrew Marr as our guide, we travel from Saxon settlements to medieval courts, from Shakespeare's Globe to the battlefields of the Somme, ending up here in the present day.On the way we will meet Middle English ploughmen, Tudor drunks, Scottish farmers, West Country priests, a Warwickshire actor, and many more bards and balladeers from across the British Isles, each adding their own distinct voice to the chorus. From Caedmon to Zephaniah, the poets we meet will paint a powerful portrait of what it means to be British.
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British Imperial
£20.00
British Imperial
The British Empire is often misunderstood. Judgments of it differ widely, from broadly adulatory - a 'great' enterprise, spreading 'civilization' through the world; to the blame that is often put on it for most of the world's ills today, including racism, exploitation and the problems of the Middle East. In this provocative book, Bernard Porter argues that many of these judgments arise from some fundamental misreadings of the nature, causes and effects of British imperialism, which was a more complex, ambivalent and in some ways accidental phenomenon than it is often taken to be. Drawing on his fifty years' experience of research and writing on the subject, Porter aims to clear away many of the misconceptions that surround the story of the British Empire's rise, governance and fall; and to point some ways to a fairer (though not necessarily more favourable) assessment of it. He addresses the connections of imperialism with capitalism, racism and British domestic culture, and ends with some reflections on the modern repercussions of both the Empire itself, and the myths which have sprung up around it.
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British Politics
£9.99
British Politics
No one saw it coming. No pundit, no pollster and no political leader predicted David Cameron's Conservative Party would win a majority of seats in Parliament and his three main opponents would resign as party leaders. The consequences of the coalition also became clear as the Liberal Democrats fell dramatically from grace, and lost their spot as Britain's third party. And despite Scotland voting 'NO' to independence in 2014, the election result also threatens the Union, with the Scottish National Party winning all but three of the country's seats. In this timely edition, Richard S. Grayson analyses Britain's changing political landscape, and explores the role of the media, the European Union and the UK's 'special relationship' with the US. Thorough and incisive, British Politics: A Beginner's Guide is the perfect introduction to the structure, parties and personalities of British Government today.
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British Trees
£16.99
British Trees
An essential guide to every species of tree found in the British Isles outside of arboretumsThis easy-to-use guide covers the 360 species of tree that are found in Britain & Ireland. Each species is covered in detail with information on how to identify, whether from a leaf, twig, bark or whole tree, plus extra information on where the tree grows (including a map), how high they grow, what uses the tree is used for and its unique history.Every species is also comprehensively illustrated with photographs of every useful feature - bark, leaf, seed, flower, twig and whole tree.Sample identification section:Silver Birch Betula pendula (Betulaceae) height to 26mA slender, fast-growing deciduous tree with a narrow, tapering crown when young and growing vigorously. Older trees acquire a weeping habit, especially if growing in an open, uncrowded situation.
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British Fossils
£7.99
British Fossils
The fossil-bearing rocks of the British Isles represent life from the last 2,900 million years and the UK is seen by many as the cradle of modern geology. Using the geological map of Britain, expert palaeontologist Peter Doyle offers a comprehensive guide to fossils in the UK, plotting the main fossil groups around the country, and relating them to the different ages of the rock in which they are found. With photographs of the fossils that can be discovered, and tips on how to find them yourself, "British Fossils" is the perfect companion for the novice fossil hunter or enthusiast.
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British Wildlife
£16.99
British Wildlife
A comprehensive and heavily illustrated guide to every species of British wildlife, this book is the definitive photographic reference guide for nature enthusiasts.Collins Complete Guide to British Wildlife allows everyone to identify the wildlife found in Britain and Ireland. The book is illustrated with beautiful photographs throughout, featuring the mammals, birds, fish, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates you are most likely to see, as well as all the common plants.By only covering Britain and Ireland, fewer species are included than in many broader European guides, making it quicker and easier for the reader to accurately identify what they have found.This is the essential photographic guide to the wildlife of Britain and Ireland.
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British Birds
£16.99
British Birds
A complete photoguide to all the birds of Britain from the best nature publisher in the UKCollins Complete Guide to British Birds makes bird identification easier than ever before. It is the most complete photographic guide to British birds ever published and the only one to be designed to give everything that you need on each spread in a simple-to-use format. Every text entry covers identification of adults and juveniles, songs and calls, and where they are most likely to be found.Illustrated with specially commissioned photography and maps to show where in Britain the birds are found and at what time of year, this accessible guide also features cross-references to similar-looking species, containing everything a birdwatcher needs to know in one, easy-to-use, portable volume. It is the perfect photographic field guide for the birdwatching beginner.
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