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England’s 100 Best Views

Friday 28 March 2014

1 Hour


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One of Britain’s best-known journalists and chairman of the National Trust Simon Jenkins picks some of his favourite views, telling the stories behind them and explaining how they have inspired artists and writers. James ranges from iconic views such as the White Cliffs of Dover and Hadrian’s Wall to less well known ones. And he questions what makes a landscape beautiful and looks at what humans do to enhance or ruin a landscape. His intention, he says, is not only to examine a landscape but also our emotions in responding to it.
Jenkins is former editor of The Times and Evening Standard and now a columnist on the Guardian. He has written several bestselling books including A Short History of England, England’s Thousand Best Churches and England’s Thousand Best Houses.