Country Life August 30 2017 is our awesome equestrian special featuring Lucinda Green on the bond between man and horse; backstage at Burghley; and Zara Tindall. Find out more:
INTERVIEW: Zara Tindall talks to Kate Green about her eventing life
A SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP: Lucinda Green explores the deep age-old affinity between Man and horse
LAND ROVER BURGHLEY HORSE TRIALS: Julie Harding meets the team behind Burghley Horse Trials
BRITISH BEER: Nick Hammond discovers what makes British beer special
GARDENS: Jacky Hobbs explores the exotic dahlia collection at The Salutation Garden in Kent
FAVOURITE PAINTING: Racehorse trainer Andrew Balding chooses a stirring image of the Derby full of ‘colour and atmosphere’
ARCHITECTURE: The country house of Goldings and its surrounding buildings in Hertfordshire tell the story of Victorian benevolence tinged with sadness, explains John Martin Robinson
INTERIORS: Ben Pentreath’s take on an elegant London apartment and the enduring appeal of the traditional kitchen
LUXURY: Hetty Chidwick celebrates Longines watches and what Robert Bathurst couldn’t bear to live without
COOKING: Melanie Johnson makes tacos and fritters with sweetcorn
PERFORMING ARTS: Chris Barber, the godfather of jazz in Britain, talks to Jack Watkins about nearly 60 years of melody-making
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