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Country Life

Oct 13 2021
Magazine

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Country Life, the quintessential English magazine, is undoubtedly one of the biggest and instantly recognisable brands in the UK today. It has a unique core mix of contemporary country-related editorial and top end property advertising. Editorially, the magazine comments in-depth on a wide variety of subjects, such as architecture, the arts, gardens and gardening, travel, the countryside, field-sports and wildlife. With renowned columnists and superb photography Country Life delivers the very best of British life every week.

FLY AWAY • Where to go to escape the cold

International news

Country Life

Pirates of the Caribbean • From cunning buccaneer Henry Morgan to swashbuckling Black Bart, Carla Passino retraces the history of the region’s most notorious seamen

Live in the Caribbean

Fit for a king • Palaces around the world epitomise their countries’ varied architectural styles. Arabella Youens is enchanted

Also worth a visit

Licence to thrill • The ‘James Bond’ franchise is as famous for its glamorous settings as for its rip-roaring adventures. Inspired by No Time to Die, Antonia Windsor explores the best 007 film locations across the world

Bond at home

The Englishman’s wine • Charles Metcalfe traces the history of Port and explores the area in which it’s made

Three Ports to try

White-hot destinations • Whether you’d rather take to the slopes or relax by the pool, Holly Kirkwood has the pick of autumn and winter escapes across the world

A bridge across worlds • Dr Helene von Bismarck describes her international life and the many perspectives it gives her

Dr Mya-Rose Craig

Why craft matters

Country Life

Windows of opportunity

Un pour tous, tous pour un

Don’t fly away

For the hell of it

Good week for

Bad week for

Back to the future

Land ahoy!

Mouse • Left out in the cold

Town Mouse • Rising prices

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE October 15, 1921

Oh, the agony! • New agony aunt Mrs Hudson solves dilemmas

Town & Notebook

Brent goose (Branta bernicla)

Wines of the week

Letters to the Editor

What’s said and what’s done

Pig in the middle

Next stop, John Lewis

Lead on, Ladybird

Putting our rural heritage at risk

The way we were • Photographs from the Country Life archive

My favourite painting Phillipa Lepley • The Rehearsal by Edgar Degas

John McEwen comments on The Rehearsal

Rus in urbe • Edinburgh is seen in a new light

On the record

The man who turned the tide • The first and last member of Enterprise Neptune on mapping the British coast

‘A very faire house’ • St Fagans National Museum of History, Cardiff, part I An impressive Elizabethan house is at the heart of the Welsh national collections of history and archaeology at St Fagans, as David Robinson explains in the first of two articles

Give us a clue • Can you explain what hair ice, cramp balls and pillow mounds are? If not, don’t worry–naturalist John Wright has all the answers to our most unusual countryside mysteries

Wild for magic mushrooms • No, not the fungi that inspire hallucinations, cautions Tom Parker Bowles, but do take the time to seek out divine-tasting ceps and chanterelles on the forest floor

The lay of the land • As people moved into towns, they wanted peaceful depictions of rural life on their parlour walls, leading artists to look at farming through sepia-tinted spectacles, says Susan Owens

Windows into the past

Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Vita and Virginia

Easy does it •...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 188 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Oct 13 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 12, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Travel & Outdoor

Languages

English

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Country Life, the quintessential English magazine, is undoubtedly one of the biggest and instantly recognisable brands in the UK today. It has a unique core mix of contemporary country-related editorial and top end property advertising. Editorially, the magazine comments in-depth on a wide variety of subjects, such as architecture, the arts, gardens and gardening, travel, the countryside, field-sports and wildlife. With renowned columnists and superb photography Country Life delivers the very best of British life every week.

FLY AWAY • Where to go to escape the cold

International news

Country Life

Pirates of the Caribbean • From cunning buccaneer Henry Morgan to swashbuckling Black Bart, Carla Passino retraces the history of the region’s most notorious seamen

Live in the Caribbean

Fit for a king • Palaces around the world epitomise their countries’ varied architectural styles. Arabella Youens is enchanted

Also worth a visit

Licence to thrill • The ‘James Bond’ franchise is as famous for its glamorous settings as for its rip-roaring adventures. Inspired by No Time to Die, Antonia Windsor explores the best 007 film locations across the world

Bond at home

The Englishman’s wine • Charles Metcalfe traces the history of Port and explores the area in which it’s made

Three Ports to try

White-hot destinations • Whether you’d rather take to the slopes or relax by the pool, Holly Kirkwood has the pick of autumn and winter escapes across the world

A bridge across worlds • Dr Helene von Bismarck describes her international life and the many perspectives it gives her

Dr Mya-Rose Craig

Why craft matters

Country Life

Windows of opportunity

Un pour tous, tous pour un

Don’t fly away

For the hell of it

Good week for

Bad week for

Back to the future

Land ahoy!

Mouse • Left out in the cold

Town Mouse • Rising prices

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE October 15, 1921

Oh, the agony! • New agony aunt Mrs Hudson solves dilemmas

Town & Notebook

Brent goose (Branta bernicla)

Wines of the week

Letters to the Editor

What’s said and what’s done

Pig in the middle

Next stop, John Lewis

Lead on, Ladybird

Putting our rural heritage at risk

The way we were • Photographs from the Country Life archive

My favourite painting Phillipa Lepley • The Rehearsal by Edgar Degas

John McEwen comments on The Rehearsal

Rus in urbe • Edinburgh is seen in a new light

On the record

The man who turned the tide • The first and last member of Enterprise Neptune on mapping the British coast

‘A very faire house’ • St Fagans National Museum of History, Cardiff, part I An impressive Elizabethan house is at the heart of the Welsh national collections of history and archaeology at St Fagans, as David Robinson explains in the first of two articles

Give us a clue • Can you explain what hair ice, cramp balls and pillow mounds are? If not, don’t worry–naturalist John Wright has all the answers to our most unusual countryside mysteries

Wild for magic mushrooms • No, not the fungi that inspire hallucinations, cautions Tom Parker Bowles, but do take the time to seek out divine-tasting ceps and chanterelles on the forest floor

The lay of the land • As people moved into towns, they wanted peaceful depictions of rural life on their parlour walls, leading artists to look at farming through sepia-tinted spectacles, says Susan Owens

Windows into the past

Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Vita and Virginia

Easy does it •...


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