A year of political upheaval, sporting thrills, and continuing global conflict.
The Times Companion to 2017 is a selection of authoritative and
entertaining writing on politics, war, culture, sport and current affairs from
the world’s most famous newspaper.
The Times has the most famous letters page of any newspaper. This
delightful selection of over 300 items of correspondence over the last
century shows precisely why.
Highly illustrated volume covering the emergence of the modern railway in a unique, essentially geographical way. Contemporary maps, many never before published, showing the locations and routes of the early railways.
Discover the fascinating lives of the iconic figures that have shaped Scotland from the early nineteenth century to the present day. Explore the rich history of Scotland’s cultural, social and political
landscape, with more than 100 obituaries carefully curated from The Times
The most incredible destinations, the most gorgeous photography, the most insightful advice: this is the book every traveller needs.
The authoritative guide to the 2017 British general election results, charting the campaign, the results by constituency, the winning majorities, the voting patterns and the implications for the future.
Uncover the rules, conventions and policies on spelling, grammar and usage followed by the journalists, contributors and editors working on the Times newspaper.
Christopher Somerville has covered the length and breadth of the UK on foot, and has written and broadcast about its history, landscape, wildlife and people for over 25 years. Now, in this extensive new volume, he selects his top 200 routes from his hugely popular Times column, A Good Walk.
Over the past 50 years, The Times Diary has provided a daily dose of mirth, gossip, innuendo and anecdote from the pens of such writers as Ion Trewin, Michael Leapman, a brace of Corens (Alan and Giles) and Hugo Rifkind.
Discover the fascinating lives of the figures that have shaped Ireland from the early nineteenth century to the present day. Explore the rich history of the island’s cultural, social and political landscape, with more than 100 obituaries carefully curated from The Times archive.
A year of political upheaval, sporting thrills, and continuing global conflict. The Times Companion to 2016 is a selection of authoritative and entertaining writing on politics, war, culture, sport and current affairs from the world’s most famous newspaper.
The Battle of the Somme as described by The Times is republished in this highly illustrated volume. Photographs, maps and accounts are shown along with a comprehensive history of the battle.
Do you have the general knowledge to match double world quiz champion Olav Bjortomt? More than 200 challenging quizzes from the MindGames section of The Times to test your general knowledge to the limit.
Follow the development, decline and revival of Britain’s railways through a unique collection of old and new maps, commentaries and photographs. The story is traced from early ‘waggonways’ through the steam era to today’s diesel and electric railways.
Follow the D-Day landings through a unique collection of historical maps, expert commentary and dramatic photographs. This is a unique insight into the D-Day landings 70 years on.
Follow the development, decline and later revival of Britain’s iconic railways with bestselling railway author Julian Holland. Discover the fascinating history of our remarkable railway heritage through expert commentary, stunning photographs and archive material from a lifetime of railway research.
The Times obituaries have given readers throughout the world an instant picture of a life for over 150 years. The Times Great Lives is a selection of 124 of these pieces, each obituary has been updated and reproduced in their entirety, by Anna Temkin, The Times assistant obituaries editor.
The definitive history of MI9's emergency escape and evasion mapping programme and the contribution the maps made to victory in 1945. Fascinating stories of secret maps used by prisoners of World War II.
With fully up-to-date text, including new material on the Middle East, China and Russia, this book, edited by leading modern historian Professor Richard Overy, is more compelling than ever.