CHAP Autumn 2019 is now out of print, but may be acquired in digital format from Pocketmags.com. Helen McCory discussed playing Aunt Polly in Peaky Blinders, plus an interview with the costume designer of series 5 of Peaky Blinders. Numerous pages are dedicated to the flâneur, both historically and in the Grand Flâneur Walks in London, Dusseldorf and Los Angeles. Sartorial highlights include a round-up of the best workwear jackets, walking canes, Frahm Clothing, Yarmouth Oilskins and Grey Fox Blog. We meet historian Dan Jones, as well publishing one of Maureen O’Hara’s last interviews, plus a feature by Chris Sullivan on Orson Welles. Travel features cover Jerez de la Frontera, Riga and Texas, the latter visited by an eccentric country lass with a penchant for firearms. This issue’s Am I Chap? is joined by Suis-Je Flâneur, with regulars on antiques, birding, booze and restaurants. Films covered include Kind Hearts and Coronets and the new Downton Abbey movie, as well as HP Lovecraft’s Call of Cthulhu via video games.