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Interview with Senior Curator Daniel Robbins by Heather Wells

Our Assistant Editor Heather Wells interviews Daniel Robbins, Senior Curator of the Leighton House Museum talking about the current exhibition, A Victorian Obsession H: Thank you ...

London, The Information Capital by Heather Wells

Questions about London? Which borough of London is the happiest? Which boroughs spend the most and the least amount of time online? Where in London are you ...

Interview with Marlene Johnson, Head of Enid Blyton Estate by Heather Wells

H: You/Hachette must have been very thrilled to acquire the rights to the Enid Blyton Estate (excluding Noddy) and that was in 2012. What does ...

DSC Prize Shortlist Revealed

The world’s literati gathered at the historic London School of Economics and Political Science on Thursday, 27th November, as the shortlist for the fifth annual ...

TLM Book Club

Reviews on the latest books and old favourites by TLM team and guest writers...

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