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Country Life

Jun 15 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.

Miss Anastasia Adam

Books are bliss

COUNTRY LIFE Six issues for £6*

Country Life

Town & Country

Good week for

Bad week for

Town Mouse • Exam fever

Country Mouse • Good morning, sunshine

Town & Country Notebook

years ago COUNTRY LIFE June 17, 1922

In the spotlight • Rosebay ( angustifolium)

Unmissable events

Raw Ridding House, Tatham, Lancashire. June 19, 10am–4pm

Wines of the week

Letter of the week

Letters to the Editor

Only in Britain

Why the art world is under threat

The way we were • Photographs from the Country Life archive

My favourite painting Teresa Dent • The Procession of the Magi by Benozzo Gozzoli

We’re putting out the flags • The jubilee carries on regardless and lapwing nests are nervously observed

Cheers to us!

Oh, Mr Porter!

A study in character

What they said

The king’s invention • Many monarchs of the Enlightenment showed an active interest in architecture. Inspired by a new facsimile of royal drawings from Sweden, Clive Aslet looks at the designs of Gustavus III

On the record • Dog Days: A Year with Olive and Mabel by Andrew Cotter is out in paperback (£9.99, Black and White Publishing)

How to be more dog • The sports commentator and labrador owner on a startling rise to fame

Rocks of ages: how Hadrian’s legacy lives on • What once kept out hordes of bloodthirsty warriors is, nearly 2,000 years later, barely proof against the most timid of sheep. But if Hadrian’s Wall is now low on stature, it remains high on atmosphere, finds Harry Pearson

Putting up walls

Back to the wall

Don t you forget about me • As blue as the eyes of the Virgin Mary, the unassuming forget-me-not stars in tales of romance, Remembrance and politics, finds Ian Morton

Unforgettable, that's what you are

In the book club • The Roxburghe Club is the oldest existing society of bibliophiles in the world and one of the most exclusive. Bronwen Riley finds out what it takes to be one of its mere 40-strong membership

On the bright side • The zestiest of fruits is also a design inspiration, explains Hetty Lintell

Types of pearl

Lustre of legend • Since the dawn of time, pearls have won human hearts, from queens to brides and philosophers–and it’s not hard to see why, says new devotee Jonathan Self

Colours

Buying tips

Pearls of wisdom

Caring for your pearls

The designer's room • The kitchen of this country house has been brought to life with a reconfigured layout, white paintwork and veined marble

Red alert • Furniture and accessories in raspberry hues, selected by Amelia Thorpe

The West awakes • Hidden valleys, secret coves, enchanting gardens and castle views can be found among four important country houses new to the market in Devon and Cornwall

There’s no place like home • Wonders of Nature and design in the sunny Home Counties

Top glass • Some people swear by a hardwood frame, others prefer aluminium. Whether you use yours for potting on or plating up,...


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Frequency: Weekly Pages: 172 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Jun 15 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 14, 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.

Miss Anastasia Adam

Books are bliss

COUNTRY LIFE Six issues for £6*

Country Life

Town & Country

Good week for

Bad week for

Town Mouse • Exam fever

Country Mouse • Good morning, sunshine

Town & Country Notebook

years ago COUNTRY LIFE June 17, 1922

In the spotlight • Rosebay ( angustifolium)

Unmissable events

Raw Ridding House, Tatham, Lancashire. June 19, 10am–4pm

Wines of the week

Letter of the week

Letters to the Editor

Only in Britain

Why the art world is under threat

The way we were • Photographs from the Country Life archive

My favourite painting Teresa Dent • The Procession of the Magi by Benozzo Gozzoli

We’re putting out the flags • The jubilee carries on regardless and lapwing nests are nervously observed

Cheers to us!

Oh, Mr Porter!

A study in character

What they said

The king’s invention • Many monarchs of the Enlightenment showed an active interest in architecture. Inspired by a new facsimile of royal drawings from Sweden, Clive Aslet looks at the designs of Gustavus III

On the record • Dog Days: A Year with Olive and Mabel by Andrew Cotter is out in paperback (£9.99, Black and White Publishing)

How to be more dog • The sports commentator and labrador owner on a startling rise to fame

Rocks of ages: how Hadrian’s legacy lives on • What once kept out hordes of bloodthirsty warriors is, nearly 2,000 years later, barely proof against the most timid of sheep. But if Hadrian’s Wall is now low on stature, it remains high on atmosphere, finds Harry Pearson

Putting up walls

Back to the wall

Don t you forget about me • As blue as the eyes of the Virgin Mary, the unassuming forget-me-not stars in tales of romance, Remembrance and politics, finds Ian Morton

Unforgettable, that's what you are

In the book club • The Roxburghe Club is the oldest existing society of bibliophiles in the world and one of the most exclusive. Bronwen Riley finds out what it takes to be one of its mere 40-strong membership

On the bright side • The zestiest of fruits is also a design inspiration, explains Hetty Lintell

Types of pearl

Lustre of legend • Since the dawn of time, pearls have won human hearts, from queens to brides and philosophers–and it’s not hard to see why, says new devotee Jonathan Self

Colours

Buying tips

Pearls of wisdom

Caring for your pearls

The designer's room • The kitchen of this country house has been brought to life with a reconfigured layout, white paintwork and veined marble

Red alert • Furniture and accessories in raspberry hues, selected by Amelia Thorpe

The West awakes • Hidden valleys, secret coves, enchanting gardens and castle views can be found among four important country houses new to the market in Devon and Cornwall

There’s no place like home • Wonders of Nature and design in the sunny Home Counties

Top glass • Some people swear by a hardwood frame, others prefer aluminium. Whether you use yours for potting on or plating up,...


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