Heritage 

 'Living history' 

Stowe House is a stately home with a difference, where schoolchildren work alongside conservators to keep its

spirit alive

For BRITAIN magazine

 'Ada Lovelace' 

The extraordinary story of the Countess Lovelace, who was born amidst scandal yet became one of Britain’s finest scientific minds

For Discover Britain magazine

 'Word on the street' 

Jenny Rowe pays a visit to London's Fleet Street, the spiritual home of British journalism

For Discover Britain magazine

 

 'The last Shakespeare' 

Jenny Rowe traces the Bard’s family tree to its premature conclusion

For Discover Britain magazine

 'An industrious mind' 

On the bicentenary of his death,

we tell the story of James Watt

For Scotland magazine

 'From Holborn

to Hollywood' 

Central London’s disused Tube stations make for some of the capital’s most iconic film sets

For Discover Britain magazine

 Education 

 'Sex ed reboot' 

Jenny Rowe examines the evolution

of sex education

For Be Kind magazine

 'Best of... mentors' 

A good mentor’s for life, not just exams. Jenny Rowe meets those leading the charge

For School House magazine

 Interviews 

 

 'My Britain with Karina Rickards, ceramic artist and Cornishware owner' 

For Discover Britain magazine

 

 'Homeland with
Val McDermid' 

Award-winning crime novelist

Val McDermid shares her memories

of growing up in Fife

For Scotland magazine

 'Curating the crown' 

Joint Chief Curator at Historic Royal Palaces, Tracy Borman shares the highlights of the job and reveals her favourite haunts

For BRITAIN magazine

 'My Britain with Heather Sebire, Senior Property Curator at Stonehenge' 

For Discover Britain magazine

 'Interview with

Romina Ressia' 

Focusing her lens on the role of women through the ages

For What's On by C&TH online magazine

 'Interview with

Matthew Lord' 

Bringing memes to Mayfair

For What's On by C&TH online magazine

 'Interview with Coco Dávez' 

Painter of pop icons with no faces

For What's On by C&TH online magazine

 'Confessions of a cabbie' 

 Gary Mankelow, a cabbie for 25 years, shares his secrets

For London 2020 Guide

 Art & 

 Culture 

 'War of words' 

Welsh National Opera takes

Tolstoy’s epic to the stage

For Country & Town House magazine

 'September 2019:

Town and country life

Grayson Perry sparks existential

crises in the capital

For Country & Town House magazine

 'Public art on

Greenwich Peninsula' 

Festivals go so far, but

art breaks boundaries

For What's On by C&TH online magazine

 'The C&TH guide to the summer season 2019' 

Fill up on the elixir of the year

For What's On by C&TH online magazine

 Food 

 'On the trail of Argyll's

best seafood'

Jenny Rowe delights in southwest Scotland's seafood, taking in several destinations and Highland scenery -

all in one gulp 

For The Independent

 'The chef recommends' 

We ask Tom Aikens, chef of newly  opened restaurant Muse, for his  London gastronomic highlights 

For London 2020 Guide