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  • Sit! Serialised In The Lady Magazine

    Published this month, coverage for Sit! by Matt Harvey and Claudia Schmid includes a serialisation in The Lady magazine, news story in Country Life, reviews in Sainsburys Magazine and Devon Life, and features in K9 magazine and Female First.

  • A Passion For Fashion In The Oxford Mail

    Publication coverage of A Passion for Fashion includes a feature in the Oxford Mail's limited edition magazine, an author interview on the BBC Radio Oxford Afternoon Show and reviews in the RAF News, Costume Society, and Sew Magazine. It will also appear in the Daily Mail ‘Picture This’ slot with images from the book and a review.


  • Penelope Hunting On Bbc Radio 4

    Penelope Hunting author of forthcoming title My Dearest Heart was interviewed on the Today programme on Radio 4 on Tuesday 25th June 2019. Penelope was interviewed alongside Bendor Grosvenor, who wrote the foreword for our book, and talked about artist Mary Beale in relation to an exhibition entitled '“Bright Souls”: The Forgotten Story of...

  • Chateau, Jardin, Cuisine In France Today

    Media coverage for this evocative cookery book Chateau, Jardin, Cuisine by Regina von Planta includes a review in The People’s Friend, a review in France Magazine, a feature in France Today and an interview feature in Living France, click here to read it.

    ‘A delicious selection of recipes, beautifully illustrated’ The People’s Friend


  • A Time To Fight In The Daily Mirror

    A Time to Fight by Robert Anderson has been serialised in the Daily Mirror as part of their commemorations for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion. Each day, from Monday 27th May to Saturday 1st June, they will be sharing the stories of the veterans featured in the book. It kicked off with Alan King, now 95, who was a wireless operator...

  • Maggie Ballinger On Bbc Radio Sheffield

    To mark publication of Britannia’s Glory, Maggie’s local radio station BBC Radio Sheffield invited her on to the Rony Robinson Show, who dedicated the whole show to discussion around maritime themes. The interview is available from 13.10, click here to listen.

    ‘A fantastic history of the sea…Utterly interesting history of the seaside and...

  • Colin Hunter Of The Holland Park Circle Reviewed In Scottish Media

    Since publication in October, Unicorn title Colin Hunter Of The Holland Park Circle by Godfrey Bell has received some wonderful reviews in the Scottish media. Reviews have featured in Scotland on Sunday, The Scotsman and Scottish Field.

    'This is indeed an excellent catalogue, documenting in detail the pictures provenance, exhibition history and...

  • Du Mauriers Just As They Were Featured In The Washington Post

    Du Mauriers Just As They Were by Anne Hall featured in the Washington Post's Books for Holidays list entitled 'Forget trendy bestsellers: This best books list takes you off the beaten track'

    ‘Happy or unhappy — what a family! An illustrated account of George du Maurier (creator of Trilby and Svengali), his acclaimed actor-manager son Gerald and...

  • City Boys At War In The Media

    City Boys at War: The Lloyd's Battery 1938–1940 A gunner's perspective by Peter Ledger has received some lovely attention since the launch at Lloyds of London in November with author features for Financial World and Forces Network

    Peter has recently been interviewed for a feature with the Bournemouth News & Picture Service who syndicate...

  • William Simmonds On Lbc's Iain Dale's Book Club

    William Simmonds: The Silent Heart of the Arts and Crafts Movement by Jessica Douglas-Home continues to get some brilliant press, including appearing as a guest on LBC's Iain Dale's Book Club Podcast alongside William Clegg and Sir Simon Jenkins. Most recently the book has received reviews in County Life, Standpoint magazine and New Criterion.

  • Two Lives In Colour In The Jackdaw

    Following a successful launch and exhibition of Dubery's work earlier this year, Two Lives in Colour: Fred Dubery and Joanne Brogden by Ian Collins has been reviewed in The Jackdaw and on Alexander Adams Art blog.

    ‘Distinguished art critic Ian Collins has done them both proud in this important reference work. Well researched, informative and...

  • Two Men Went To Mow On Dig It

    Two Men Went to Mow: The Obsession, Impact and History of Lawn Mowing was published just before Christmas with author and founder of The Budding Museum of Gardening, Clive Gravett, doing an interview with local BBC Southern Counties radio show Dig It!. Click here to listen to the interview.

    Reviews to follow include Gardens Illustrated,...

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