Are you learning English? Or are you an English teacher? Either way... if you're looking for a fun and interesting English magazine for learning or teaching English then you've come to the right place. Hot English magazine is a leading English resource. Its fun and colourful approach to teaching real English as it's spoken by native speakers is popular around the world. Loved by both students and teachers, there's something for everyone and all levels in Hot English magazine.
Fresh, stylish and authoritative, the award-winning SciFiNow is the ultimate monthly guide science-fiction and fantasy. Offering exclusive behind-the-scenes features, on-set reports, A-list interviews and more, the magazine gives readers invaluable insight into the ever-changing industry. Every issue also includes a unique retro sci-fi section dedicated to the best – and sometimes worst – films and shows of sci-fi past as well as a section devoted entirely to the very best in SF literature making SciFiNow the best choice for anyone who’s ever wanted to wield a lightsaber.
The Spectator is a weekly delight for anyone who loves good writing, contentious opinion and hard-hitting comment. With the finest writing on current affairs, politics, the arts, books and life, you'll read regular columnists who delight, provoke and amuse and editorial features of incredible breadth and depth.Established in 1828, The Spectator is the oldest continuously published magazine in the English language. Its taste for controversy, however, remains undiminished. There is no party line to which its writers are bound - originality of thought and elegance of expression are the sole editorial constraints.
G'nY or Geography and You, is a semi-scientific research based magazine that is being published from New Delhi for 13 years now. One of its kind in the nation, the magazine deals with issues that are pertinent to south Asia, and India in particular. The editorial coverage encompasses people, places, environment, science and technology , with an emphasis on human involvement in a climate change scenario. Major topics include nature, ecology, economics, data and its interpretation, GIS based studies, extreme events, geographical thought, and more. G'nY today is appreciated and valued in India and abroad for its lucid in-depth factually correct articles.
Do you love history, even its gory parts? Do you love Horrible Histories? If you answered YES to both the questions, don’t worry you are perfectly normal, what’s more there are others like you out there. But if you answered differently, well still read on. ‘Horrible Histories’ is a bestselling series which comprises not only books and Television shows but a magazine too! The best thing about this magazine is that it’s different. Horrible Histories Magazine actually is like a short book filled with facts, jokes, puzzles and the like.
Whether they're trucks, cars, boats, planes or the huge haulers that carry goods around the world every day, machines are fascinating. Here, you'll find out all about these amazing machines, and find answers to questions like 'how big is the world's tallest monster truck?' You'll find out all about the incredible technology that has helped humans to venture into space, as well as out-there inventions like drones and jet packs.
National Geographic Traveler magazine brings the world to your doorstep with lively articles told in a storytelling style and gorgeous photography that inspires wanderlust. Whether you're an armchair traveler or someone who takes a few international trips each year, you'll be immersed in multiple fascinating destinations in each issue.