Joseph Joseph Coffees worktop saver
Made from toughened glass and with non-slip rubber feet, these multi-function boards provide a hygienic, odour- and stain-resistant work surface for all types of food preparation. They are available in a wide range of colourful designs to suit all tastes and kitchens. , Toughened glass , Handwash recommended , Lifetime guarantee.
by House of Fraser
Joseph Joseph Kitchen Knives Glass Worktop Saver
Give your kitchen a culinary revival with this fun and informative worktop saver from Joseph Joseph
by John Lewis
Fit this tough little lamp to the rear wheel of your bike and it’ll change colour as you ride, forming a seemingly solid ring of light.
A History of the World
Our understanding of world history is changing, as new discoveries are made on all the continents and old prejudices are being challenged. In this truly global journey Andrew Marr revisits some of the traditional epic stories, from classical Greece and Rome to the rise of Napoleon, but surrounds them with less familiar material, from Peru to the Ukraine, China to the Caribbean. He looks at cultures that have failed and vanished, as well as the origins of today's superpowers, and finds surprising echoes and parallels across vast distances and epochs. This is a book about the great change-makers of history and their times, people such as Cleopatra, Genghis Khan, Galileo and Mao, but it is also a book about us. For 'the better we understand how rulers lose touch with reality, or why revolutions produce dictators more often than they produce happiness, or why some parts of the world are richer than others, the easier it is to understand our own times.' Fresh, exciting and vividly readable, this is popular history at its very best.
A History of Scotland
The dramatic story of Scotland - by charismatic television historian, Neil Oliver. Scotland is one of the oldest countries in the world with a vivid and diverse past. Yet the stories and figures that dominate Scottish history - tales of failure, submission, thwarted ambition and tragedy - often badly serve this great nation, overshadowing the rich tapestry of her intricate past. Historian Neil Oliver presents a compelling new portrait of Scottish history, peppered with action, high drama and centuries of turbulence that have helped to shape modern Scotland. Along the way, he takes in iconic landmarks and historic architecture; debunks myths surrounding Scotland's famous sons; recalls forgotten battles; charts the growth of patriotism; and explores recent political developments, capturing Scotland's sense of identity and celebrating her place in the wider world.