Britain’s Most Photographed Destinations

1. Tick-tock of the town Big Ben, London. 157 years’ young, Big Ben is one of Britain’s most iconic landmarks. And it’s also the nation’s #1 most photographed place, tagged almost three million times last year alone. Not many people know that the tower has its own prison (unused since 1880). Or that like its… View Article

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Elvis Presley vs Frank Sinatra

26th March, 1960. The night that swing and rock ‘n’ roll collide. Two rivals who happen to be the joint titans of 20th century pop culture. In a sense, they are the same man, separated merely by time. And tonight, as they prepare to join the stage together, they are both terrified. The feud begins… View Article

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Centuries of Art in One Week

The Hay Wain by John Constable, 1821. Whereas the Romantic painters of the period aimed to depict epic, emotive mountainous landscapes such as the Lake District, it was the less dramatic Suffolk countryside of his youth that captured. Constable’s imagination. Constable set himself apart by painting naturalistic countryside scenes, while still giving them a Romantic… View Article

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My first break at Jubilee Lodge

I have just got home from the most brilliant week at Jubilee Lodge. It was my first time there and my first time at any kind of respite. I was really nervous when I arrived as I didn’t know what to expect. As soon as I arrived, everyone made me feel so very welcome and… View Article

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It’s a jungle out there

Newborn baby Jabari meets dad Shaka for the very first time. Jabari is a Southern African name with Arabic origins, meaning ‘fearless’. According to Knowsley’s keepers, the name fits. Jabari is ready to challenge anyone – from his rhino aunties to a gust of wind! “It’s great to see them getting into herd-life, whether they’re… View Article

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