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Country Life

Nov 03 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.

COUNTRY LIFE LONDON LIFE • Your indispensable guide to the capital

Sky-high living

The starry stage

The tales of Beatrix Potter

Back to Nature

Miles for Macmillan

£98 billion

LONDON LIFE

N6 LITTLE BLACK BOOK

Living the high life • Carla Passino takes a look at the history of Highgate, immortalised by Ray Davies of The Kinks, who claimed you could see to Leicester Square from Highgate Hill

At home in Highgate

THE UPS AND DOWNS

KNOCK, KNOCK, WHO’S THERE • This year marks 300 years since the post of Prime Minister was established, but what of Downing Street and that black door? Eleanor Doughty delves into the history of No 10 and takes a look at other iconic London entrance ways

BEST OF THE REST

THE CAPITAL ACCORDING TO... Richard Gladwin • The Gladwin Brothers’ director talks to Flora Watkins about opening the fifth restaurant in their portfolio and why living in Barnes is a ‘no-brainer’

Community spirit • Retire in luxury to a beautifully designed later-living development

Miss Georgina Edwards

Let’s get planting hedges

Country Life

How to save the dawn chorus

Swing in exultation

Back to the future

Good week for

Bad week for

Churches need our prayers

He’s behind you!

Pray tell…

Words of honour

Country Mouse • Peg pleasures

Town Mouse • Welcome back to Britain

Oh the agony! • New agony Mrs solves your dilemmas

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE • November 5, 1921

Town & Country Notebook

Wines of the week

In the spotlight • Short-eared owl (Asio flammeus)

Warning signs

Contact us (photographs welcome)

Letters to the Editor

Swimming against the tide

Let there be light, but not too bright

The way we were Photographs from the Country Life archive

John McEwen comments on Poppish

Mildew on the Magnolias • At home with the optimist’s daughter

The Forth Bridge

What they said

Building bridges

In Flanders fields the poppies blow • Described by Ruskin as like ‘painted glass’ that ‘never glows so brightly as when the sun shines through it’, the common poppy is now a powerful symbol of the brevity of life, finds Jack Watkins

A poppy in the garden

Know your poppies

A castle transformed Gilling Castle, North Yorkshire, part I A property of the Ampleforth Abbey Trust • In the first of two articles, John Goodall describes the Baroque conversion of this medieval castle and its notable 20th-century fittings

Waiting in the wings • Long revered as deities, studied by scientists and admired by all, birds not only defy gravity, they loom large in our culture, too, says Alex Bond of the Natural History Museum

Ginger, spice and all things nice • A slice of dark, sticky and spicy parkin is a northern delight that tastes so good it shouldn’t be reserved only for Bonfire Night, says Debora Robertson

Don’t be so mallow dramatic • Light, fluffy and oh so gooey in the middle, the pastel-pink or snowy-white marshmallow is a sweet treat with an unusual...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 218 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Nov 03 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: November 2, 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.

COUNTRY LIFE LONDON LIFE • Your indispensable guide to the capital

Sky-high living

The starry stage

The tales of Beatrix Potter

Back to Nature

Miles for Macmillan

£98 billion

LONDON LIFE

N6 LITTLE BLACK BOOK

Living the high life • Carla Passino takes a look at the history of Highgate, immortalised by Ray Davies of The Kinks, who claimed you could see to Leicester Square from Highgate Hill

At home in Highgate

THE UPS AND DOWNS

KNOCK, KNOCK, WHO’S THERE • This year marks 300 years since the post of Prime Minister was established, but what of Downing Street and that black door? Eleanor Doughty delves into the history of No 10 and takes a look at other iconic London entrance ways

BEST OF THE REST

THE CAPITAL ACCORDING TO... Richard Gladwin • The Gladwin Brothers’ director talks to Flora Watkins about opening the fifth restaurant in their portfolio and why living in Barnes is a ‘no-brainer’

Community spirit • Retire in luxury to a beautifully designed later-living development

Miss Georgina Edwards

Let’s get planting hedges

Country Life

How to save the dawn chorus

Swing in exultation

Back to the future

Good week for

Bad week for

Churches need our prayers

He’s behind you!

Pray tell…

Words of honour

Country Mouse • Peg pleasures

Town Mouse • Welcome back to Britain

Oh the agony! • New agony Mrs solves your dilemmas

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE • November 5, 1921

Town & Country Notebook

Wines of the week

In the spotlight • Short-eared owl (Asio flammeus)

Warning signs

Contact us (photographs welcome)

Letters to the Editor

Swimming against the tide

Let there be light, but not too bright

The way we were Photographs from the Country Life archive

John McEwen comments on Poppish

Mildew on the Magnolias • At home with the optimist’s daughter

The Forth Bridge

What they said

Building bridges

In Flanders fields the poppies blow • Described by Ruskin as like ‘painted glass’ that ‘never glows so brightly as when the sun shines through it’, the common poppy is now a powerful symbol of the brevity of life, finds Jack Watkins

A poppy in the garden

Know your poppies

A castle transformed Gilling Castle, North Yorkshire, part I A property of the Ampleforth Abbey Trust • In the first of two articles, John Goodall describes the Baroque conversion of this medieval castle and its notable 20th-century fittings

Waiting in the wings • Long revered as deities, studied by scientists and admired by all, birds not only defy gravity, they loom large in our culture, too, says Alex Bond of the Natural History Museum

Ginger, spice and all things nice • A slice of dark, sticky and spicy parkin is a northern delight that tastes so good it shouldn’t be reserved only for Bonfire Night, says Debora Robertson

Don’t be so mallow dramatic • Light, fluffy and oh so gooey in the middle, the pastel-pink or snowy-white marshmallow is a sweet treat with an unusual...


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