November-December 2013Let English surprise you!Society: the ‘movember’ moustacheLondon’s Christmas marketsThe origins of Thanksgiving in the USBusiness: the power of ScrabbleLanguage: brains of BritainHow to express your gratitudeTravel: Scotland in New Zealand
September-October 2013Celebrate 10 years of Go English!British cooking legend Delia SmithNew trends in the English languageConversations at universityLifestyle: a typical English houseBusiness: transport for LondonSpecial: Don’t miss our detective story set in Victorian London!
July-August 2013English: the language of your holidaysPortrait of David BowieHow well do you know British history?How to talk about your travel plans in English.Industry focus: Aston MartinLifestyle: the British on holidayGrammar: stress rules in EnglishTravel: New London, Connecticut
March-April 2013Some English with your tea?Test: Can you name these English places?Business: Twinings, a national treasureLanguage: Words of the pressGrammar: Practise your intonationProfile: Jane FondaLifestyle: The Romani culture in the UKTravel: Ottawa, Canada’s capital city
November-December 2012Cadbury… a British storyUS Election dayExplore the world of English words: London librariesLondon Street namesBoris Johnson, Mayor of LondonChristmas in New York CityIdiomatic expressions
September-October 2012British pubs, a unique experienceCardiff, capital of WalesHow to discover your English level: IELTS™, TOEFL®, TOEIC®Make international phone callsHighland Games, a rich heritageThe Statue of Liberty reopens
November - December 2011Spend Christmas in London!Hallmark greeting cardsChristmas recipe: figgy puddingThe accents of EnglishMichael BloombergThe post office – UK vs USATeleworking in the UKThe Boxing Day huntNew York museumsMeet Stephen Clarke
July - August 2011 English 24/7!The language of businessNew words in 2011British pubsMarks & SpencerFamous dishes with famous namesAmerica’s food festivals
May - June 2011Simply EnglishA Royal eventFun in the USAA British picnicAmerican culturePopular expressionsBritish festivals10 words to knowLet’s talk money!
March - April 2011Read all about it!The best American souvenirsLouisiana tour guideRoman BritainBritish customer serviceScarlett and Rhett in AtlantaVisiting National ParksBritish inventorsGeneration Y in debt
January - February 2011Where is English going?Language: Estuary EnglishTravel: London’s livery companiesInsights: Car boots and yard salesProfile: Michelle ObamaNews: London’s 2012 OlympicsVocabulary: Coffee talkFood: American snacksTourism: American Civil War sitesTips & Techniques: Talking about the weatherBusiness: News and a donut
November - December 2010London: The Royal TourPolitics: An American Tea Party?Humour: Jokes and tongue twistersInsights: I < 3 America!Vocabulary: InterjectionsTourism: America’s food iconsTips & Techniques: Holiday invitationsLanguage: Sandwiches and guillotines!Business: United Parcel Service