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Here’s the line-up:
- Living the Oxford Dream – A long read feature about my time studying in Oxford last summer (bit different than my trip diaries published last year)
- Brit Book Corner – Latest British themed books to add to your library.
- Then & Now – A stunning look at St Pancras Station’s Past and Present
- The Royal Horticultural Society – A Look at the famous gardening organization that puts on the famous garden shows.
- Lost in the Pond – Our resident British Expat talks about surprising differences and similarities between Britain and the USA.
- Britain’s Iconic Bridges – Beautiful 10-page spread on Britain’s most beautiful bridges and their fascinating histories.
- Great Britons: William Beverage – A look at the life and times of the architect of Britain’s welfare state.
- This English Life – Our resident American Expat living in Britain ponders the future of the ‘Special Relationship.’
- Great British Questions – We answer your burning questions about British Travel and Culture.
- Great British Icons: Concorde – A look at the failed dream of Supersonic Travel and the new Concorde Exhibition in Bristol.
- George IV – A profile of the ostentatious Regent turned King, George IV.
- Auntie Beeb: A History of the BBC – John Rabon deep dives into the history of Britain’s most famous cultural export: the BBC.
- Rolls-Royce – A look at the fascinating history of Rolls-Royce Cars and Aerospace.
- Slang Page: Railways – We look at Railway terms unique to Britain.
This issue clocks in at 64 full-color pages and over 30,000 printed words. As usual, there are NO advertisements in the Anglotopia magazine. We’ve also unveiled a beautiful new ‘British’ design inside.
You will also receive complimentary access to the digital version of this issue when the issue is done. We should also add that the magazine is AD FREE and will remain so for the foreseeable future.