Don, in his further adventures with the Coastguard deals with suicide attempts. People jump from high bridges, but not always into water.
British hospitality in Hungary surprised us. Albert has lived in Gyenesdiás for several years. We find out why he likes it
‘The Day I Died’ by Glen Peters is not a traditional crime novel – in such a corrupt society will it be possible to find the real murderer?
Mike relates his and Magdalena’s departure from Budapest, to go from Budapest to Balaton, the largest of Hungary’s lakes.
The science of astronomy can be taken up by anyone, and can develop into a year-round hobby and a lifelong interest.
For thousands of years human beings have been fermenting the food and drink they consume as a means to preserve and enhance them.
Walking in the street I heard dancing music ahead. This enterprise from Spain sneaked across the Channel to cheer up Kent with gypsy tunes.
Dutch author Willem Frederik Hermans, on the publication of John Le Carré’s “The Spy who Came In from the Cold”, accused him of plagiarism
Our visit to Pest, where business and shopping streets spread out unhindered by hills which restrain Buda, shows modern life in the capital
Charlotte Mbali reviews the novel, “Paradise” by Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize for Literature.