A Taste for Adventure: A Phoenician Odyssey

Full article from edition 5 Circumnavigating Africa - could the Phoenicians have outstripped the Portuguese by a millennium? Philip Beale was determined to find out... by Janet Gleeson Images: Philip Beale odyssey Imagine yourself hundreds of miles off the coast of Somalia, skippering...

Lucy Tidbury’s perfect pet portraits

Lucy Tidbury paints stunningly true to life portraits that capture not only the image of the animal but the essence of their characters, too. Full article from edition 8, Spring-Summer 2015 By Geoffrey Stubbs Images scanned by Sansoms Meet Jed. Jed is a...

Creedence to a Clear Vynyl Revival – we’re back in the groove

Rejoice ye old-time record lovers: Nirvana is at hand. So are The Beatles, Seasick Steve, Deep Purple, David Bowie, Iggy and the Stooges, Eric Burdon, Eels, Uncle Acid, Cathedral, Frank Turner, Fain, Phosphorescent, Iron and Wine, The Computers and...

The Kimmeridge Project

In a locked room bedecked with both blunt and sharp objects, two figures hunch over a lifeless form lying on an odd-looking table. They’re wearing soiled aprons, masks and large glasses. One clasps a nightmarish contraption resembling an over-sized...

Edward Fox: Listens to the Wind

Full article from from edition 6 Edward Fox: Listen to the Wind Wareham is a lovely river-bound town, not grown too much beyond its Saxon Walls, retaining an old world charm. It’s a township of bay-windowed shop fronts and thatched-roofed pubs,...

Steampunk! A Users Guide

The full article from edition 7 Perhaps only its adherents truly understand yet the rest of us have an intrinsic appreciation of Steampunk, which is why a dozen or more acolytes-of-the-splendid are added to this burgeoning movement every day, drawn...