Television Shows and Podcasts
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Cookery and Celebrity Chefs, Food and Wine
Childrens Illustrated Novels by Michael Foreman
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Books we have had in the past
Wolf Island - Darren Shan
Dark Calling - Darren Shan
Far North - Marcel Theroux
Rides A Dread Legion - Raymond E Feist
The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein - Peter Ackroyd
"It was at Oxford that I first met Bysshe. We arrived at our college on the same day; confusing to a mere foreigner, it is called University College. I had seen him from my window and had been struck by his auburn locks." The long-haired poet - 'Mad Shelley' - and the serious-minded student from Switzerland spark each other's animated interest in the new philosophy of science which is over-turning long-cherished beliefs.
Perhaps there is no God. In which case, where is the divine spark, the soul? Can it be found in the human brain? the heart? the eyes? Victor Frankenstein begins his anatomy experiments in a barn in the secluded village of Headington, near Oxford. The coroner's office in Clarendon Street provides corpses - but they have often died of violence and drowning: they are damaged and putrifying.