Introducing ALL ARTS
July 9, 2018
WLIW would like to introduce our new sister site, ALL ARTS. It’s all dance. All film. All music. All theater. All visual. All words. All for you.
No Passport Required: Marcus Samuelsson Explores America’s Immigrant Cuisine
Christina Knight | July 6, 2018
The new travel and food show hosted by the award-winning chef focuses on immigrant cuisine in six iconic U.S. cities, including Queens in NYC.
See the England of Favorite PBS Shows
Deborah Gilbert | June 27, 2018
Where to visit to experience the England of period dramas, Britcoms and mysteries you know from PBS. Here are the top recommendations from the WLIW To the Manor Born tour.
Hampton Court Palace: How Royalty Lived
Deborah Gilbert | June 25, 2018
Actors - from cooks in the kitchen to ex-wives of Henry VIII bring the history of the palace alive.
Where Agatha Christie Wrote and Queen Victoria’s Father Died
Deborah Gilbert | June 22, 2018
Day 6 of our To The Manor Born tour could have been subtitled The Day of the Dead as both of our big outings in the county of Devon were to places where inconvenient expirations occurred (both real and imagined).
Port Isaac, Doc Martin and Boringdon Hall
Deborah Gilbert | June 18, 2018
In one day we experienced a tour of Cornwall's Port Isaac, where Doc Martin is filmed, and a falconry demonstration at the ancient estate Boringdon Hall, in Devon.
Photo Gallery: Hampton Court Palace and Covent Garden
Christina Knight | June 15, 2018
King Henry VIII – and his six wives – lived in this immense palace complex with gardens, which we got to explore on Day 6, along with London.
The Beauty of Bath – The British City
Deborah Gilbert | June 12, 2018
Known for its hot spring baths, baked buns, aqua stained glass and Georgian architecture, this ancient city is a beauty to explore.
Photo Gallery: Agatha Christie’s Home and Sidmouth
Christina Knight | June 11, 2018
On Day 5 of the To the Manor Born tour with WLIW, we set off for The Greenway Estate, the holiday home and gardens of the world's greatest mystery writer, Agatha Christie. We later continued on to Sidmouth.