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  • Torture and Punishment at the Tower of London in All About History

    Royal Armouries' title Torture and Punishment at the Tower of London was the subject of All About History magazine's 'Through History' feature in the May issue. The piece was a double page spread feature including images from the book.

  • Imperial War Museum press coverage

    This month marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day and our client publishers Imperial War Museums received some wonderful press coverage. Country Life re-ran an article on Victory in the Kitchen by Laura Clouting, featuring six recipes from the book. Author William Boyd discussed IWM’s Wartime Classics publications in articles published in the...

  • Latin Rocks On interview on Front Row

    This week Sarah Rowley, author of Latin Rocks On, quizzed BBC Radio 4's Front Row listeners on their knowledge of pop lyrics in Latin as well as talking about her new book.

    Further coverage includes a review on Classics for all reading room, interview for Queen's College newsletter and a feature for Female First.

    BBC Radio 4's Front Row

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  • Seaside 100 press coverage

    Author of Seaside 100, Kathryn Ferry is doing interviews with a variety of broadcast media including BBC Radio Kent, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Radio Shropshire and BBC Radio Lancashire. Other coverage will include a double page feature in The Argus, mini extracts in the summer issue of Coast, an author features in the June issue of Countryfile and...

  • Cherish interviews to mark 70th birthday

    David Cassidy fans on both sides of the Atlantic have been eagerly awaiting the publication of Cherish: A Legacy of Love by Louise Poynton to coincide with what would have been Cassidy’s 70th birthday on 12 April. Louise has already done a variety of interviews with Talk Radio Europe, BBC Radio Wales, BBC Sussex and Surrey, BBC Radio...

  • 10,000 Not Out press coverage

    David Butterfield’s celebration of 10,000 issues of The Spectator, 10,000 Not Out, was published this month to coincide with the magazine’s publication of their 10,000 issue. Coverage has included mentions in the Times and Telegraph, features in History Today and The Spectator and inclusion in Print Week and Choice magazine. Other coverage to...

  • Praise For Sri Lanka

    Following a hugely successful launch event last month, Michael Naseby has received some lovely endorsements for his memoir about his longstanding relationship with Sri Lanka.

    ‘[A] fascinating insight to a caring politician's life, his causes and his dedication to Sri Lanka… Lord Naseby’s book is remarkable not only for the events it sets out in...

  • Faith In The City Of London Press Coverage

    Faith in the City of London by Niki Gorick is a unique document of life within places of faith in London’s Square Mile. Coverage is due to include Church Times, Methodist Recorder, The Tablet, History Today, Church of England Newspaper, The Spade, and All the World with outdoor exhibitions planned for later in the year.

  • Louis Coatalen Reviews

    Louis Coatalen by Oliver Heal is going down very well in the motoring world. It has been featured in the SAHB Times and STD Register with reviews on Speedreaders:

    ‘Know that this book is simply a good read, written in an engaging manner, with polished prose, with an unhurried exposition in which everything has its place and there’s a place for...

  • Wild Neighbours On Bbc London News

    Wild Neighbours by Sarah Cheesbrough is due to be featured later this month on BBC London News, with a filmed feature and interview with Brenda Emmanus.

    Further coverage will include a six page feature and interview in The Lady, a picture slot in Country Life and the Daily Mail, and an author-written feature on Female First.

  • Hand Dryers Featured Across The National Press

    Hand Dryers by Samuel Ryde has been picking up some great coverage this month with a double page spread in The Observer magazine supplement, and reviews in the Telegraph and ‘i’ newspapers. Other coverage online has included features on The Londonist, Creative Review, Creative Boom and Female First with more to follow including a review in...

  • Further Coverage For Bob Mazzer

    Hastings based photographer Bob Mazzer’s eponymous book continues to receive great coverage with photo features in the The Argus and Photography News, broadcast interviews with BBC Radio Sussex, BBC South East TV, BBC Radio London’s Robert Elms Show, Platform Arts Show on Future Radio and a forthcoming interview in Sussex Life magazine and...