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Country Life

May 04 2022
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.

LONDON LIFE • Your indispensable guide to the capital

The royal seal of approval • How London’s top hotels are planning to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Walk another day • Some of the ‘James Bond’ franchise’s most famous scenes have been captured around the capital, discovers Carla Passino

At home in James Bond’s London

Seasonal suggestions • May is likely named after the Greek goddess Maia, mother of Hermes and an Earth Goddess associated with nursing mothers. The Romans also had a goddess called Maia, who bore links to fertility

Southpaw Coffee • 2, ROMAN WAY, N7

The great and the good

MY PLATE OF VIEW • Oslo Court, 7, Newcourt St, NW8

May at a glance • We’re all guilty of ignoring what’s on our doorstep, so we’ve made it easier for you. Here’s what’s happening this month

THE GOLDEN MILE • A Government-backed scheme to pedestrianise parts of The Strand is throwing light on the road’s gilded history, finds Jack Watkins

THE CAPITAL ACCORDING TO... Amy Corbin • The restaurateur talks to Flora Watkins about opening on the ‘wrong’ side of Peckham and prawn cocktails at The Wolseley

Miss Rosie Fry

In Arcadia

COUNTRY LIFE Six issues for £6*

Country Life

1940s Notebook

The royal wedding

The trouble with Nature

Two cheers for COUNTRY LIFE

Down by the water meadow

Let’s hear it for the countryside

Good week for

Bad week for

Amazing grace

Uncommon efforts

Portrait of a nation

Woolly smoke!

Riding to glory

Country Mouse • Come what May

Town Mouse • A happy city

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE May 6, 1922

Oh, the agony! • Agony aunt Mrs Hudson solves your dilemmas

Town & Country Notebook

In the spotlight

Wines of the week

Flying high

Letters to the Editor

Shot in the foot

The ever-changing face of London

The way we were • Photographs from the Country Life archive

Charlotte Mullins comments on School Scene

The Comet jet airliner

Up in the clouds

What they said

Enter and be happy • Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire A property of the Society of Antiquaries of London A house beloved of William Morris, poet, designer and founding father of the conservation movement, has been subject to an exacting programme of repair and renovation, reports Jeremy Musson

Contemporary artists of the Cotswolds • Living in such a picturesque part of the countryside means that the work of many Cotswold-based artists flourished rather than floundered due to the pandemic, as Jane Wheatley reports

We are the champions • British eventing is on the crest of a wave, with titles and gold medals galore, and you can see those stars in action on home ground at Badminton Horse Trials this weekend, promises Kate Green

Watch and learn • Hetty Lintell ogles some exquisitely crafted timepieces

‘Rejoice together in a happy ending’’ • Nursery favourite Ruth Manning-Sanders believed it was every child’s birthright to enter a world of enchantment and occasional terrors, where good always...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 186 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: May 04 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 3, 2022

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.

LONDON LIFE • Your indispensable guide to the capital

The royal seal of approval • How London’s top hotels are planning to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Walk another day • Some of the ‘James Bond’ franchise’s most famous scenes have been captured around the capital, discovers Carla Passino

At home in James Bond’s London

Seasonal suggestions • May is likely named after the Greek goddess Maia, mother of Hermes and an Earth Goddess associated with nursing mothers. The Romans also had a goddess called Maia, who bore links to fertility

Southpaw Coffee • 2, ROMAN WAY, N7

The great and the good

MY PLATE OF VIEW • Oslo Court, 7, Newcourt St, NW8

May at a glance • We’re all guilty of ignoring what’s on our doorstep, so we’ve made it easier for you. Here’s what’s happening this month

THE GOLDEN MILE • A Government-backed scheme to pedestrianise parts of The Strand is throwing light on the road’s gilded history, finds Jack Watkins

THE CAPITAL ACCORDING TO... Amy Corbin • The restaurateur talks to Flora Watkins about opening on the ‘wrong’ side of Peckham and prawn cocktails at The Wolseley

Miss Rosie Fry

In Arcadia

COUNTRY LIFE Six issues for £6*

Country Life

1940s Notebook

The royal wedding

The trouble with Nature

Two cheers for COUNTRY LIFE

Down by the water meadow

Let’s hear it for the countryside

Good week for

Bad week for

Amazing grace

Uncommon efforts

Portrait of a nation

Woolly smoke!

Riding to glory

Country Mouse • Come what May

Town Mouse • A happy city

100 years ago in COUNTRY LIFE May 6, 1922

Oh, the agony! • Agony aunt Mrs Hudson solves your dilemmas

Town & Country Notebook

In the spotlight

Wines of the week

Flying high

Letters to the Editor

Shot in the foot

The ever-changing face of London

The way we were • Photographs from the Country Life archive

Charlotte Mullins comments on School Scene

The Comet jet airliner

Up in the clouds

What they said

Enter and be happy • Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire A property of the Society of Antiquaries of London A house beloved of William Morris, poet, designer and founding father of the conservation movement, has been subject to an exacting programme of repair and renovation, reports Jeremy Musson

Contemporary artists of the Cotswolds • Living in such a picturesque part of the countryside means that the work of many Cotswold-based artists flourished rather than floundered due to the pandemic, as Jane Wheatley reports

We are the champions • British eventing is on the crest of a wave, with titles and gold medals galore, and you can see those stars in action on home ground at Badminton Horse Trials this weekend, promises Kate Green

Watch and learn • Hetty Lintell ogles some exquisitely crafted timepieces

‘Rejoice together in a happy ending’’ • Nursery favourite Ruth Manning-Sanders believed it was every child’s birthright to enter a world of enchantment and occasional terrors, where good always...


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