Tune out, turn off, drop in. Jules Evans in search of ecstasy.
The coming of spring in the third of the monthly nature diaries, at the Dorset Wildlife Trust centre in Kingcombe.
The second of a monthly nature diary, at Kingcombe nature reserve, Dorset.
The first of a monthly nature diary, documenting the changing seasons throughout the year at Kingcombe meadows and Powerstock common nature reserves, managed by the Dorset Wildlife Trust.
On forgotten roads with an Indian elder. Kent Nerburn’s wonderful testimony to the Native American worldview through the eyes of an extraordinary old man called Dan.
An overdose of empathy in Peter Wohlleben’s ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’.
The Wonderful World of Carlos Ruiz Zafón
The history of our species is the history of plants and each of them deserves a place in the spotlight irrespective of how they serve or aid humans.
Three thousand years of sex in just under 250 pages is a tall order for anyone, so for this ground-breaking anthology, Amrita Narayanan skillfully cherry-picks some delicious fruit from across the subcontinent’s literary (and oral) traditions.
Re-reading David Copperfield after three decades is an exercise in bibliomasochism.