Quinlan Terry, CBE - Why Traditional Architecture Matters - Traditional Britain Conference 2015
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Quinlan Terry, CBE - Why Traditional Architecture Matters - Traditional Britain Conference 2015 Quinlan Terry is Britain's greatest living architect, working in the school of New Classical Architecture, principally in Palladian styles. He continues to practice with his son Francis Terry at Quinland and Fracis Terry LLP. Roger Scruton has called Quinland, "one long breath…
Traditional Britain Group Conference Group Speech: Why Traditional architecture matters, and what it means to our culture
by The Editor
Britain's greatest living architect Quinlan Terry, CBE discusses classical architecture and its importance as a reflection for the nation's high culture.
Traditional Britain Group Conference Speeches: The Meaning of English Nationhood
by Stuart Millson
Stuart Millson draws upon his decades of involvement within the Monday Club and the Traditional Britain Group to discuss the meaning of Englishness and its enduring qualities.
All flags flying at the Last Night of the Proms
by The Editor
All flags flying at the Last Night of the Proms - preceded by Russian masterpieces from St. Petersburg, and the visionary majesty of The Dream of Gerontius. Stuart Millson enjoys the last week of the 2015 season of Henry Wood Proms.
The Bible and the idea of European integration
by Adriel Kasonta
When we discuss the European Union we tend to focus only on its political economy analysis, where not long time ago, in Britain, Lady Margaret Thatcher was so disappointed by the lack of logic in the project of utopian vision of the 'new Europe' that she attempted in one of her speeches to use the…