Britain’s last oak tannery; surgeon John Hunter and the Irish giant; ghost villages; the murky origins of porter; kayaking in the Outer Hebrides; the piano restorers; Canada’s tiny homes; globemakers; seashore foraging; a room filled with 900 frozen brains.
Inside issue two
Explore the Outer Hebrides by sea kayak, meet the couple weaving Skye's landscape into cloth and spend a day with a West Coast prawn fisherman.
Follow a battle of wills between an 18th-century surgeon and an Irish circus attraction.
Enter a room filled with over 900 frozen brains to learn about these mysterious organs.
Meet the Isle of Wight globemaker who fuses NASA technology and modern design with a devotion to time-honoured methods dating back to the 1600s
Salted hides, oak liquor and fish grease: step inside Britain's last oak tannery.
Investigate the murky origins of porter
Gather cockles and edible seaweed then prepare a simple lobster supper on the barbecue.
Meet the father and son team restoring ancient keyboards to their former glory.
Search for Britain's 3,000 ghost villages.
Ernest Journal is 160 pages, perfect bound and printed in full colour on FSC approved uncoated 140gsm and silk 170gsm paper in Bristol, UK.
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