On a cold December night in 1926, Agatha Christie went out in her beloved Morris Cowley roadster and didn’t return home for 11 days. Here’s how her disappearance played out.
His ideas led to early versions of modern computing and helped win World War II. Yet he died as a criminal for his homosexuality.
The British author turns his attention to the subterranean world with “Underland.”
His camera has captured conflict from Northern Ireland to Vietnam. An exhibition at Tate Britain in London shows some of his finest work.
Ms. Kazantzis found freedom from the drudgery of being a housewife by breaking down patriarchal norms and writing about people who faced injustices.
Bach to Baby, a London-based concert series, gives parents the opportunity to enjoy music with their young children without any stares or shushing.
“The Remains of the Day” will have its debut in Northampton, England, in February, and “White Teeth” will take its first bow in London in October.
The writer, who died in 1855, portrayed emotion with a psychological subtlety that still feels exquisitely modern today.
The aim is to upgrade a highway in the county of Wiltshire, in southwest England, to address concerns that the landscape could be scarred and irreparably damaged.