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Adam has written features and fiction for a range of UK publications, including The Guardian, Writing Magazine, BBC History, My Weekly and Weekly News. Travel and writing are his two greatest passions and loves nothing more than to seek out the lesser-known gems of a destination.

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My WeekendNotes - 17
If you've seen 'The Mummy Returns', you might think you already know all you need to when it comes to the Book of the De... [more]
04/11/2010
It's not very often one can get away with visiting a red-light district on the excuse of art, but the National Gallery e... [more]
18/11/2009
You might not be the greatest fan of going to church on Sunday, but rest assured, this service will be like no other you... [more]
07/02/2010
An entire museum dedicated to war might sound like a gloomy prospect, but the Imperial War Museum does a great job at c... [more]
With anime, sushi and cruel, humiliating gameshows all on the up, Japanese culture has never been more popular in the UK... [more]
18/09/2010
Everyone's heard of Florence Nightingale. The brave nurse who tended the British troops in the Crimean war and gained th... [more]
Millions of visitors to London take their photo with Big Ben every year - at least they think they do. What many overloo... [more]
If traditional history-based activities put you to sleep, or you just enjoy being given the creeps, then the London Brid... [more]
From the Tower of London to the Gherkin to the BT Tower, London wouldn't be London without its iconic buildings. And at ... [more]
Located in a beautiful park, offering some of the best views over London, and the chance to straddle two international t... [more]
As a freelance journalist, I was immediately up for a behind-the-scenes tour at the BBC Television Tour, but, having don... [more]
In many ways, the Tate has come to govern the London art gallery scene, but trust me when I say you will be missing out ... [more]
It is a little out of the way, but if you're a lover of classic art, you won't regret the trek to Dulwich Picture Galler... [more]
If there were more places like Pollock's Toy Museum in the world, museums would have a whole new definition in the dicti... [more]
From restaurants boasting Michelin stars to TV chefs, London offers some of the finest dining experiences in the world. ... [more]
Cartoons and history might not be two entities you readily put together, but the Cartoon Museum successfully shows the p... [more]
If London's sprawling traditional museums don't do it for you, then this little gem could be right up your... alley. Tuc... [more]