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In this issue

These sacred places
Clinging halfway up a cliff or cut off by high tide, the churches of Wales have a special magic, believes Caroline Welch.

Hot stuff
Far from spurning dahlias, we should embrace their reliable good cheer, says Alan Titchmarsh..

Antrim Coast and Glens

NORTHERN IRELAND still enjoys a largely undeveloped coastline, and the combined counties of Antrim and Derry include no fewer than three almost contiguous coastal AONBs. The most celebrated, perhaps, is that associated with the Giant’s Causeway, but there is also the spectacular cliff-lined headland of Binevenagh and, the largest of the three, Antrim Coast and Glens, between Larne and Ballycastle.

Antrim Coast and Glens

1 min

The Straw Ride by Lucy Kemp-Welch

John McEwen comments on The Straw Ride

The Straw Ride by Lucy Kemp-Welch

2 mins

These sacred places

The humble architecture and rich antiquity of the ancient churches of Wales are as captivating as their settings, reveals Caroline Welch of the National Churches Trust

These sacred places

3 mins

Design in a virtual world

The rise of the design webinar is spreading interiors knowledge far and wide

Design in a virtual world

1 min

Hot stuff

DO you think Roald Dahl was the only person in the land to pronounce the flower’s name correctly? Dahlias were not named after him, but after Anders Dahl, one of Linnaeus’s Swedish pupils in the late 18th century. Not a bad accolade, I reckon. Young Dahl must have been pretty hot stuff to deserve such an honour.

Hot stuff

3 mins

Know Your Onions And Your Leeks

Once worn atop Welsh army helmets, this most elegant and subtle of alliums is as happy served alongside smart truffles as it is in the simplest of soups, says Tom Parker Bowles

Know Your Onions And Your Leeks

4 mins

Their stars still shine brightly

Last month, the stage lost three greats, but at least there are tentative green shoots of revival for their profession at some theatres

Their stars still shine brightly

4 mins

Midlife crisis

Spencer’s love life was complicated and ultimately doomed, but it produced some remarkable paintings, reveals Tim Richardson

Midlife crisis

3 mins

Seizing the moment

Auctions and galleries open as long as they can, with international curiosities and thought-provoking artworks on display

Seizing the moment

4 mins

In search of the bony horseman

Herring-like in appearance, the shad was once one of our favourite fish, feasted on by the royal household. Now, it is one of our rarest, discovers Catriona Gray

In search of the bony horseman

3 mins

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Country Life UK Magazine Description:

PublisherFuture

CategoryLifestyle

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

Country Life; architecture, gardens, countryside, property, the very best of British life Published by IPC Media. 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.

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