Go anywhere in the world today and you'll see or hear English in some form. It may not be the Queen's English that you're hearing, but it is a form...
As well as holding some of the world's most prized cultural treasures, the British Library is the repository of the nation's collective memory. In this highly illustrated book Michael Leapman...
Tamar Jeffers McDonald
Addresses these questions through closely examining Day's characters and performances across her thirty-eight films and her TV work, as well as material from other popular media for the source of...
Suraya Sadeed; Damien Lewis
Set amidst some of the most inhospitable conditions in war-torn, Taliban-seized Afghanistan, "Forbidden Lessons in a Kabul Guesthouse" is an adventure story with heart that tells Sadeed's inspiring fight to...
Addictions to iphones, painkillers, cupcakes, alcohol and sex are taking over our lives.
In this groundbreaking book, John Urry analyzes how the twentieth century created a kind of mirage of the future that is unsustainable into even the medium term and envisions the...
Explores the health consequences, and causes, of addiction in children and young people, including dependency on food, alcohol, electronic gadgetry and entertainment media.
Brand new edition of David King's lauded visual history. A unique and brilliant study into the doctoring and propogandising of Soviet photographs by Stalin's regime. From the creator of the...
An insider story of Edward Conlon's career in the New York Police Department. It tells of his first days as a rookie, walking a beat in the south Bronx through...
Climate change. Nuclear devastation. Bio-hazard. The Large Hadron Collider. What do these things have in common? This book explores the reality of the dangers that science poses to the human...
A collection of essays on sustainable solutions to the current global crisis, from Schumacher College.
The People v. Tony Blair argues that even a hostile media can be neutralised when a mass movement becomes powerful enough.
This book is about the possibility of organising society without the state, but, crucially, it makes the claim, contrary to much anarchist theory, that such a life would not entail...
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Smith, Danny; Alton, David
Danny Smith has been at the forefront of human rights campaigning for over twenty-five years. He has fought for many people, providing a voice for the voiceless and a...