William Keegan, senior economics commentator for The Observer, considers Britain's political climate after 11 years of government by "New Labour". Mark Shillaker from Britain will read an excerpt from "In search of identity".
"Perched between the hillside and sea, dining at Doune is a wonderful
experience. Remote and rugged, it offers a warm welcome to
its guests… Real food skilfully and freshly prepared from local
ingredients every day," said Visit Scotland.
Every month, on Spotlight Audio and in Spotlight magazine, we visit Peggy's Place,
a London pub. This month, Peggy's husband, Phil, has gone out on a
quick trip to the late-night supermarket around the corner and not come
On a spring weekend, British people love nothing better than to go to a
local historical site for a day out. Sutton Hoo in Suffolk is one such
place. "A day out" is the theme of this
month's Everyday English.
Jane Austen has become big business. Pride and Prejudice sold 318,000 copies in the US alone in 2006. Austen is worth millions of pounds to the British tourist industry, which promotes visits to "Pride and Prejudice Country".