Country Life February 21 2018

Country Life February 21 2018 celebrates 25 glorious years of Tottering-by-Gently; the role of spy pigeons; and a complete guide to conservatories. Find out more:

TOTTERING-BY-GENTLY: Annie Tempest’s iconic cartoon strip is 25 years old – we celebrate with 10 of the best cartoons and talk to the artist herself.

CONSERVATORIES: And orangeries, greenhouses and timer-framed extensions.

DOGS: The breeds considered endangered by the Kennel Club. Is your dog on the list?

CLEVER PIGEONS: Bird-brained they most certainly are not, as Gordon Corera reports.

ARCHITECTURE: Broomhall in Fife, a house which has seen 40 years of improvements.

DAFFODILS: Felley Priory is a riot of early spring colour as Jacky Hobbs discovers.

PANNA COTTA: Melanie Johnson gives her spin on the classic dish.

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THEATRE: Can there ever be such as thing as too many Macbeth productions, asks Michael Billington.

TRAVEL: A trip to India.

PROPERTY: The finest country houses on the market in Britain.

CARS: Charles Rangely-Wilson takes a spin in the Skoda Kodiaq 4×4.

LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: This week, the mole catcher.

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