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Table of Contents - November 2008 British Heritage

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The Secret Life of the Yeoman Warders
Daily life at the Tower of London goes on behind the scenes.
By Dana Huntley

The Royal Forest of Dean
Tucked timelessly out of sight between the River Severn and the Wye Valley.
By Siân Ellis

Yonder the Isle of Wight!
Where Britain gets the most sunshine, holidays meet history.
By Dana Huntley

Thatching: An Old Craft in Modern England
The thatch-roofed cottage has not only survived, it has gentrified.
By Sean McLachlan

Holidays by Canal Boat
You, too, can take the tiller and cruise the canals of England from pub to pub.
By James Graham

A Day to Visit Windermere
The "Capital of the Lakes" makes a great jumping-off point for Cumbria.
By Jim Hargan

Escape to Hampstead
Just four miles from Trafalgar Square, Hampstead is another world.
By Jennifer Dorn


Dateline: Britain

Our Sceptered Isle
with Dana Huntley

Hands Across the Sea
Shakespeare in the New World

Around London Town
with Sandra Lawrence

Beyond the Bookshelf

The Anglo-File




On Our Cover:

Perhaps the most iconic English thatched cottage is Anne Hathaway's house in Stratford-upon-Avon. BL Images Ltd/Alamey.



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