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RMS QUEEN MARY: Jack Watkins on the splendid ship, a true masterpiece.
LISTED BUILDINGS: Important, but out of date: Roger Bowdler examines our system of listing buildings.
THE RESTORATION CONUNDRUM: Many of our best-loved houses exist due to architects making changes, but that wouldn’t be allowed now, says Hamish Scott.
NAMING FIELDS: reveal romance and history, believes Jeremy Hobson.
REJUVENATING FURNITURE: A light touch is needed to restore furniture, finds Arabella Youens.
FRUIT TREES: Start training your young fruit trees now, advises Val Bourne.
FABERGE EGGS: Fabergé’s creations still have the power to enthral, finds Mary Miers.
MY FAVOURITE PAINTING: Timothy Mowl, architectural historian, picks a Renaissance mystery.
COME DANCING: Jamie Blackett whirls into a reel.
THE CLA: ‘We’re the solution, not the problem’ says Mark Tufnell, the new president of the CLA.
HALSWELL THAT ENDS WELL: Magnificent Halswell House, Somerset, and its landscape are benefiting from a major restoration project, finds Marcus Binney.
INTERIORS: New Agas and beautiful baths.
WESTOBIRT: The Gloucestershire garden has undergone a well-deserved revival, says Natasha Goodfellow.
And much more…