Country Life September 7 2016 celebrates Harris Tweed and explores farming’s future post-Brexit. Find out more:

JILLY COOPER: The best-selling author Jilly Cooper talks to Kate Green about doing proper research and equine love lives

NICOLE FARHI: The fashion designer explains the feelings of abandon and happiness evoked by an early Picasso

FARMING POST-BREXIT: Cumbrian farmer Douglas Chalmers explains why the agricultural industry will still need public money post-Brexit

RADIO 4: Radio 4’s inspired programming provides great company and a rhythm to the day, says avid listener John Lewis-Stempel

ARCHITECTURE: An exceptional new house in Co Tipperary combines the best of Irish architecture with new technology, reports Jeremy Musson

TWEED: Harris Tweed is back on the wanted list, says Tessa Waugh

GARDENS: New gardens at Fonthill, Wiltshire, subtly enhance the built environment and magnificent landscape. Tim Longville explores

COOKING: Melanie Johnson cooks up chard-and-chicken cannelloni

PROPERTY: Bringing historic houses to life can be a joy, finds Penny Churchill and Arabella Youens comments on new developments

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