A hardback photo-book showcasing what remains of the iconic cinemas built by Oscar Deutsch in the 1930s.
A book launch and exhibition for one night only to show off a range of 200 illustrations of modern London buildings.
As Crossrail was being constructed, along with a couple of TV shows, there's been a number of books published -- and the latest is Crossrail: The Art of the Build.
Inside that Mecca to reading can be found a glimpse behind the curtain of one of the world's most repressive regimes.
Two authors who chronicled the lives of people who lived in the post-war boom in temporary turned permanent prefab homes have written a book.
A new book is being planned to share the delight of these droplets of architectural shock that permeate the land of lawnmowers, warm ale and Sunday bests.
To mark the recent opening of the London Mithraeum, a new book has been published offering a short, but quite comprehensive history of Roman London.
In this season of merriment and boozing, what better cure for a hangover could there be than to learn a bit about our curious fondness for the intoxicating beverage.
When the grass was greener, the summers were longer, and skirts were shorter, strange miniature villages started to appear across the land.
Ten years of archaeological discovery on the Thames has been explored in the first ever book by the Thames Discovery Programme.
A new book is rocketing up the best seller lists, and it's all about railway stations.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality between men, and the British Library is taking a look at the literary side of gay love.
One of Crossrail's legacies is going to be the history of the railways that came before it -- in the form of a new book about the railway heritage of the Crossrail route.
While architects and construction workers labour to erect mighty buildings of concrete, it's possible to do the same in your home, from paper and glue.
For all its many faults, British Rail was, for a while, one of the industrial design icons of the 20th century, and a new book has taken a look at how a state-owned monopoly was able to turn a collection of companies into a single dominant brand-name.