This month’s EDGE monthly for iPad is dedicated to all things British. Our Travel feature ventures to the British countryside to dispel the myth that English cuisine is anything but epicurean. More than half a century of British films - from 1961’s Victim to 2012’s Weekend - are explored in our Arts feature. English gay icon Sir Ian McKellen, Scottish gay expatriate Alan Cumming and straight ally Daniel Radcliffe are but a few of the names dropped in an article chronicling this season’s influx of talent from the British Isles on Broadway. We sit down to chat over tea and scones with Scottish former UK "X Factor" contestant Cameron E Neilson, whose Perry Twins-produced anthem "All Equal on the Dancefloor" is blowing up the circuit scene this season. Our monthly Tuneage column reviews British pop star Katy B’s new CD, "Little Red." Our women and health editor, Winnie McCroy, profiles a century famous British lesbians, and explains why "across the pond" is the best place to visit the "lady pond." And style editor Matthew Wexler gives us a preview of what the well-dressed British gent is wearing in 2014. All this, plus fitness, politics and more. It’s all here, and it’s all free! Download it now!
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