Country Life 10 April 2019 looks at how to save our rare native breeds of animals, whether English whisky is a worthy opponent for the Scots and where to buy in the secret Surrey Hills.
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INTERIORS: Emma J. Page discusses paint with Joa Studholme of Farrow & Ball, plus the latest hues.
THE HOPE MAUSOLEUM: Insights into Regency taste are offered by the restoration of a mausoleum. John Goodall reports.
ENGLISH WHISKY: Take a chance on some whisky made south of the border, says Rupert Ponsonby.
RARE BREEDS: Raising rare-breed animals for their meat is not quite as simple as it appears.
PROPERTY: Charming properties in the rolling hills of Surrey.
WILD GARLIC: Melanie Johnson weaves a wild spell.
BAUHAUS: The reputation of the famous German art school may have been overstated.
MUSIC: Claire Jackson talks many kinds of music with composer Sir Karl Jenkins.
CHILWORTH MANOR: George Plumptre salutes the owners past and present.
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