Jane Clinton talks to Dr Jordan Landes about Senate House Library exhibition
THOUGHT you knew everything about the old geezers behind the £14 million Hatton Garden jewellery raid? Now Camden author Gordon Bowers has shed new light on the crime.
A mysterious duo are behind a new novel about a female close protection officer. Dan Carrier tracks them down...
THE advert posted on a website caught their eye: it was not your usual job offer.
A TIMELY reminder of the importance of social housing to the economy and prosperity of post-war London comes with the publication of a new book by Clerkenwell-based photographer Simon Phipps.
WHAT'S said in jest is often deadly seriously, as the world has discovered in recent months.
Daunted by Dante? Useless at Ulysses? Fear not: as Dan Carrier discovers, Toby Brothers of the London Literary Salon is there to hold your hand.
IT will have been a six-month journey through around 265,000 of some of the most famous and trickiest words ever written, and will culminate in a trip from Kentish Town to Dublin on June 16 to cele
FOR more than 30 years, journalist Richard Garner, after training on the old Camden Journal patrolled the perimeter of education policy, regularly reporting back to readers of the Time