CALIBRE Quarterly Issue 6 Available Now!
In-depth coverage from The Guardian, The Scotsman and The Times shows CALIBRE’s ability to get the inside scoop on the real thoughts and feelings from the big names in our target demographic’s sector.
With this in mind, CALIBRE Quarterly continues to make a splash in the men’s magazine market by delivering the high quality, pertinent and topical content our audience is crying out for.
In this issue, Brian Cox, who has a lifetime of experience studying and perfecting his craft on both stage and screen, talks openly about his opinions on the state of politics and the world today. In a full and frank interview, he discusses the state of the acting profession and reminisces about working with such greats as Woody Allen and Sir Laurence Olivier – who once even saved his life!
Elsewhere in the issue we go wing-to-wing with a warbird, and experience the Supermarine Spitfire in flight, from just a few feet away! This incredible adventure is a must for any aviation or history enthusiast – but hang on to your hats – it is a bumpy ride.
Our motoring writer, Mark Williams, got to visit the home of Eagle, top-class restorers of the classic E-Type Jaguar model, but one that has been updated for modern motoring, without compromising the traditional ride and feel of this British institution – and they really blow his socks off.
With additional features looking at leaving a legacy in your will, all the latest and interesting gadgets in our Audiophile and Taste of Tech features, and a round up of the best options for a trip to the Caribbean to keep the summer flame alive, this issue of CALIBRE offers you much, much more than the average magazine throughout its 180 packed pages.
The next issue of CALIBRE Quarterly will be out 25th November and will continue to inspire, entertain and inform our readers throughout the Christmas period. As the magazine continues to grow heading into the autumn, we hope you continue to follow the developments of CALIBRE Quarterly as it goes from strength to strength.