Interest in and demand for Photojournalism has risen dramatically in the past year. Medina speaks to acclaimed Photojournalist Alex Schlacher on her latest book, A Kingdom Unseen.
As university students across the world embark on new paths this Autumn, Medina asked Huda Al-Ghoson, author of Unbounded, more on her memoir and wider perspectives.
With the threat of global warming more prevalent than ever before, Medina spoke to Dr. Peter Jackson and Anne Coles about the timeliness of the new edition of Windtower.
Two cataclysmic music festivals in the 60s and 70s would place the Isle of Wight at the centre of the live music scene. Find out more about our titles on these two unique moments in history.
Whilst visitors learn more about the explorations of British soldier Captain Shakespear at the Royal Geographic Society, we want to share our top titles on the Arabian Peninsula.
A new free exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) of photographs, maps and other ephemera showcases the adventures and explorations of Captain Shakespear in Arabia.
The tumultuous story of Russia’s Romanovs and their enigmatic relationship with Britain is brought to life in Stephan Roman’s Isle and Empires.
Most countries have been explored and documented extensively – Saudi Arabia isn’t one of them. Still shrouded in mystery, the country and its inhabitants are relatively unknown to the rest of the world. Alex Schlacher travelled the entire Kingdom in search of people...
Windtower offers a unique insight into a past way of life, exploring Dubai's rich and storied past and heritage. This new and extended edition celebrates the 50th anniversary of the formation of the United Arab Emirates, diving deeper into the merchant community's...