What to find in the July 1997 issue:
A special pageant in honour of a Royal wedding anniversary, at home with Charles Darwin, getting surreal in Glasgow, tall ships set sail from Aberdeen and lots more.
Letters to the Editor
Funny tales, holiday memories and what you think of IN BRITAIN magazine.
The spirits of Cambridge
MIKE GERRARD visits Cambridge and finds that it is haunted by the spirits of the people who have lived there.
Light and landscape
Watercolours - how to collect and where to view. PAT MOORE reports on the typically English art.
On location in Wales
Sir Anthony Hopkins sets August, his film version of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya in his beloved Gwynedd.
SALLY BROWN opens the menu of Britain's newest restaurant craze.
The Highland capital
Don't just shoot through, says KEN MACTAGGART, take time to explore Inverness, the gateway to the Scottish Highlands.
A Royal hunting ground
In the third part of our occasional series on London's parks, ROS DRINKWATER takes a stroll around Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.
Prince of sports
PETER BRIMACOMBE mounts up for the sport favoured by novelists and royalty.
In Britain Directory
If you're planning a trip, here are some suggestions for where to stay, what to see and do and lots more.
My bit of Britain
Lesley Garrett sings the praises of south Yorkshire.
Festivals, exhibitions, and shows for the summer months - make a date in your diary.
|IN BRITAIN July 1997|
Front cover photo: Punting on the river near
Mathematical Bridge and Queen's College, Cambridge.
Photograph copyright Nigel Hicks.
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|IN BRITAIN July 1997 pages 24-25|
The scenery of Snowdonia (photo BTA),
and a scene from First Knight starring
Sean Connery and Anthony Hopkins acting
in August that he also directed
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