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Here’s a breakdown of what you’ll find in the debut issue of the Anglotopia Magazine. The magazine is 64 pages, perfect bound and has over 18,000 words of British goodness.
Broadchurch Country – Join Mrs. Anglotopia and I as we go on a scenic drive along the Jurassic Coast in Dorset.
Wentworth Woodhouse – Learn about one of Britain’s most important stately homes and it’s uncertain future.
Then & Now – A unique look at Trafalgar square in 1841 versus today.
Song – Each magazine will feature a song about Britain. This month we feature Jerusalem.
The Spanish Armada – The 12 days that saved England. Here we explore this key event in British History and why it’s important.
Lost in the Pond – British expat Laurence Brown tells us about stuff that he’s learned since moving to the USA.
What’s in a Name? London – A look at the history of the city name London.
Poem – Each magazine will feature a poem about Britain. This month we feature England, my England.
Manchester Town Hall – A look at one of the most important Victorian era buildings constructed.
British Icons: Red Phone Box – Each issue will explore the history of a Great British Icon – this month the iconic Red Phone Box.
Popular British Actors – Janna Wong Healy explore 10 newly famous British actors and how they got their start.
Anglophile 101 – The British tell time and dates differently, we explain it all.
George II – A look at the life of Britain’s last Warrior King.
Top Ten Bath – A look at the top 10 things you should do in Bath if you’re visiting.
Churchill’s Places – A feature on places to visit in Britain that were important to Sir Winston Churchill.
British Art – Each Magazine will feature a classic work of British art and explain its context.
Telly Streaming – This month we explore five newer British comedies you must binge watch immediately.
Brit Book Corner – A round up of British books that are coming out in the next few months and what we think of each.
The Slang Page – Each magazine will feature an exploration of British slang on the final page.