On Monday, 13th November, I took a group of undergraduate students to the Swaminarayan Hindu temple (mandir) in Neasden, North London.
Keeping Secrets (you should be so lucky): Kylie Minogue, Langton Boys Grammar School and the Mary Braddon Archive
It’s November 1988 and a 16 year old girl writes in her diary that Scott and Charlene have got married in Neighbours and that she cried. Her headmistress is also going on about the American election, but no one’s really interested.
Andreas is one of the longest and least well-known works of Anglo-Saxon poetry, and my former PhD supervisor Professor Richard North and I put a good few years into preparing an edition and translation of the poem that was published last year.
Government in twelfth century England was a complex yet well-oiled machine. This is particularly evident in the vast revenue that the likes of Henry II and his successors, Richard I and King John, were able to amass, as well as the numerous, contemporary records of government that exist to this day.
Calling all would-be creative writers, art critics and journalists!