The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials is one of Britain’s greatest sporting traditions. Kate Green provides a preview.
These feisty little dogs, the smallest of the terrier family, are short of leg, but long on personality, finds Kate Green.
How many of these native cattle breeds would you recognise from travelling through the British countryside or from the butcher’s shop? If we don’t eat them, we’ll lose them, warns…
Kate Green, who has been skiing in Courcheval for 30 years, explains why the French resort still cuts it.
Kate Green recommends the Budock Vean on the Helford Estuary.
Michael Rath, founder of Rath Trombones, explains to Kate Green why the powerful, sonorous trombone is both tricky to play and to create.
Tim Breitmeyer, the new president of the CLA, speaks to Kate Green about subsidies, diversification and why the rural economy is vibrant.
It’s much more fun to ski with plan and purpose, even if does involve a mad schuss to the last lift. Kate Green and Rosie Paterson find the best circuits.…
There were once 300 traditional piano makers running businesses makers in England. Now there is only one. Kate Green caught up with them.
Zara Tindall is one of three riders to have held both world and European eventing titles simultaneously. She speaks to Kate Green ahead of the Burghley Horse Trials.
Kate Green travelled through Switzerland by train, and enjoyed a dramatic and exhilarating holiday.
From the wireless to asprin, Kate Green discovers others observing this milestone.
There have only been two home victories in the past 10 runnings - can the Brits do it this year?
Nothing would get done in the countryside without these stalwarts of village life.
Here are just some of the breeds to consider, whether for field or table or both.
Kate Green recommends The Idle Rocks in St Mawes for a blissful break
Some like to hurtle, screaming, down a black mogul field; others prefer skidding down a frozen waterfall into a deserted powder bowl. Kate Green asks dedicated skiers about their most…
From Shetlands to Shires, it’s horsepower that helped make this country great. We celebrate the wonderful local diversity of our native breeds.
A campaigner’s first book is a provocative read, says Kate Green.
Kate Green asks figures connected with this weekend’s event for their enduring memories.