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William Tyndale: A Very Brief History

Hardback, 19/10/2017, £12.99
Concise historical introduction to William Tyndale and his continuing influence on the world and how we see it.

In Our Time: Celebrating Twenty Years of Essential Conversation

Hardback, 04/10/2018, £25.00
A fascinating insight to a selection of the show's best episodes, published to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the popular Radio 4 programme.

Seventh Seal (BFI Film Classics)

7, 01/05/1993, £11.99
A medieval allegory of faith and doubt, "The Seventh Seal" contains the horrors of witch-burnings and plague, yet also features flashes of peace and joy. Each volume in the "BFI Film Classics" series contains a personal commentary on the film, a brief production history and a detailed filmography.

Book of Books: The Radical Impact of the King James Bible 1611-2011

Paperback, 13/10/2011, £12.99
2011 was the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.

"South Bank Show": Final Cut

Paperback, 11/11/2010, £9.99
Melvyn Bragg looks back over thirty years of The South Bank Show, and presents unique insights into the extraordinarily gifted artists he has met over the years.

Grace and Mary

Paperback, 13/03/2014, £9.99
By 'quite simply one of the best writers we have' (Sunday Telegraph), a profoundly moving story spanning three generations.

Rich: The Life of Richard Burton

Paperback, 01/04/2010, £12.99
A well-researched and thoughtfully written biography of Richard Burton.

Adventure of English

Paperback, 21/08/2004, £10.99
Melvyn Bragg's fascinating biography of the English language

Maid of Buttermere

Paperback, 01/01/1993, £8.99
Melvyn Bragg's highly-acclaimed bestselling historical novel, the story behind one of the 19th century's greatest scandals.

Time to Dance

Paperback, 01/01/1993, £10.99
'Magnetic...A major imaginative triumph' OBSERVER

Silken Net

Paperback, 05/12/1991, £8.99
A compelling story of passion, loyalty and the dangers of an obsessive relationship

Crystal Rooms

Paperback, 03/06/1993, £8.99
'A splendid Dickensian sweep of a book' Observer