Statues can help us more fully understand our past and celebrate the contribution of women.
Miler halted the terms ‘Renaissance Man’ and ‘polymath’ but was one of the most wide-ranging intellects of his era.
Land of Hope and Glory seems somehow inappropriate given the current state of British politics.
Two women were largely responsible for popularising yoga in Britain in the 1960s.
The Royal Opera House in Covent Garden has spent £50m to rejuvenate its image and shake off its elitist tag.
Seasoned pubgoers will know that there are some ways to get served more quickly than the other drinkers.
Since the 1970s, Wales has been marketed as a footnote to British history.
Britain has always been good at projecting its values to the world. It’s going to need that soft power once it leaves the EU.
The cost of money due for this (from Europe) is tiny – the symbolic impact, huge.
For the British press, the car crash that killed the Diana rewrote the rules on reporting celebrity deaths.
Britain’s first black Shakespearean actor faced prejudice – but won over the public with his talent and passion for human rights.