Walsall and Sutton Coldfield
1834 to Present Day
Cassini's enhanced reproductions of historic Ordnance Survey maps are an invaluable resource for local historians, genealogists and social scientists. The maps have been carefully scanned, digitally re-projected and enlarged to the equivalent modern scale. Centred on a city or town and covering 15km x 15km, each of the sheets in the Past and Present series comprises four OS maps of the same area from the mid and late 19th century, the 1920s and the present. Scale 1:50,000.
The Lady Elizabeth
The Lady Elizabeth is the daughter of Henry VIII, but disinherited and declared a bastard after the execution of her mother. How the young Elizabeth survives the savage world of Tudor politics, inherits the throne and becomes queen is the subject of Alison Weir's novel. It is read here by Emma Fielding. Abridged.
Ordnance Survey Scottish Third Edition
Cassini's enhanced reproductions of historic Ordnance Survey maps are an invaluable resource for local historians, genealogists and social scientists. Each map has been carefully scanned, digitally re-projected and enlarged to the equivalent modern scale. The maps in this series are reproduced from the OS one-inch colour maps published between 1896 and 1904. They have been enlarged to 1:50,000 to match the present-day OS Landranger series, using the same sheet number and grid references to facilitate comparison.
All That Matters
What is stress, how can we understand it, and how can we strip away the myths that surround it? Here a leading health psychologist presents a concise and accessible introduction to stress, explaining what produces it, why people vary in their response to stress, its short- and long-term effects, its relation to physiological illness and its flipside – the relaxation response. Part of the All That Matters series.