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The second issue of the Anglotopia Magazine is now at the printers and the digital version is now available to buy – here is a rundown of what you can expect in this issue.
Ghosts of the Underground – An exploration of the abandoned Aldwych Tube Station that we had a chance to visit in February.
Great British Houses – St. Michael’s Mount – A look at the famous island castle in Cornwall as part of our Great British Houses series.
British Recipe – Scones – A new addition to the magazine this month, Updown Cottage owner Jane Colston shares her family recipe for delicious scones.
Then and Now – Liverpool – A look at Liverpool in the 1920’s versus now.
The London Blitz – As part of our ongoing series highlighting great events in British History, this issue we explore the London Blitz.
Lost in the Pond – British Expat Laurence Brown talks about his growing desire to return to Britain.
British Things Doctor Who Explained – Iconic show Doctor Who is a window in British life and Culture, here’s a look at 10 things the show explained.
Names of Britain – Following up last issue’s focus on London, this issue we explore the various names of Britain through its history.
Canterbury Cathedral – A look at the Cathedral made famous by a certain Geoffrey Chaucer.
Anglophile 101 – Temperature and Weight
Great British Art
Great British Icons – The Routemaster Bus – A look at the history of London’s most famous bus, the Routemaster.
Brit Book Corner – Our favorite new British themed books.
The Monarchs: Henry VII – Exploring the history of Henry Tudor.
Toasting Tolkien and Lewis: Exploring Oxford – Join us as we explore beautiful Oxford England for a day.
London’s Cab Shelters – London Cab Driver David Styles tells us about the secret history of London’s Green Can Shelters.
The Slang Page – The Best British Insults.