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Sergio Larrain: London. 1959.

Agnès Sire, Roberto Bolaño Out of stock

Royal Opera House (Pocket Photo Books)

Harry Cory Wright, Alex Beard CBE Out of stock

Building St Paul's

James W P Campbell Out of stock

The New Creative Home

Talib Choudhry, Ingrid Rasmussen

Modernists & Mavericks

Martin Gayford Out of stock

Voices East London

Maryam Eisler, Jonny Woo Out of stock

Magnum Photos: London

Magnum Photos Out of stock

East London

Charles Saumarez Smith Out of stock


Stephan Feuchtwang

London A to Z

John Metcalf Out of stock

Panorama of the Thames

John Inglis , Jill Sanders Out of stock

London Burning

Hossein Amirsadeghi, Maryam Eisler, Andrea Belloli

Make Your Own London Landmarks

Keith Finch Out of stock

The Bloomsbury Cookbook

Jans Ondaatje Rolls Out of stock

Creative Living: London

Emily Wheeler, Ingrid Rasmussen


Charles Booth’s 'Poverty Maps' were an unprecedented street-by-street document of London living conditions. More than a century later, this remarkable survey still reveals much about inequality in the capital.

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Read the foreword from the 'Underground Guide to Sewers'.

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Jasper Rees speaks to Martin Gayford, art critic for The Spectator, about Bacon, Freud, 'the school of London Painters', and his book, 'Modernists and Mavericks'.

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Stalls and carts - whether the vendors lining the ancient Silk Road trading route, the oyster stalls of Roman London, or the Aztec food markets encountered by the Spanish conquistadores - selling indigenous, ready-to-eat snacks have been a feature of city life for millennia. What’s changed is the seriousness with which street cuisine is made, and served.

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Charles Saumarez Smith, who has lived in East London since the early 1980s, invites you to join him on his explorations, which are both historical and geographical, describing the unique character of spaces and places new and old.

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