How plants can end up in the strangest of places.
My considered, and totally unbiased thoughts on who should replace Darwin on the £10 note.
On the seventeenth-century polymath Sir Thomas Browne, and his tenuous connection with my local moor.
In which I am loaned a classic local book.
Let's drop the ‘Anno Domini’.
I've decided I need to make my book a little less formal.
A possible solution to a well-known conundrum about Ancient Rome.
A wartime diary entry mentioning a couple of lads of my acquaintance.
In which I finally set eyes on Wild Cat Island.
On the effectiveness of anecdotes and understatement in conveying catastrophic events.