The History of Women’s Suffrage in the UK Pt3: The Tomb, The Chamber and Nancy Astor BHT Walks On Chesil Beach with Ian McEwan The acclaimed writer talks about 60s culture, adapting his novel On Chesil Beach for the big screen, Jane Austen and more. Around Town: Uncover the Fiction of London Sandra Lawrence rambles through many of London’s most famous literary scenes. Don’t Pass By Those Odd and Eclectic Museums From lawnmowers and pencils to bagpipes, there is bound to be a museum. Dateline: May and June Our eclectic collection of notes, events and news of Anglophile interest on both sides of the Atlantic. Take Ten: Fictional Landscapes to Explore Explore the beautiful and iconic settings of some of our favorite novels. Book Report: May and June New novels by Michael Ondaatje and Julian Barnes, musical theater king Andrew Lloyd Webber’s memoir and other upcoming reads.