Country Life February 7 2018 tests your knowledge of the country, talks to a record-breaking sailor and gets down and dirty into the world of cowpats.
ULTIMATE COUNTRY QUIZ: Simon Lester is the quizmaster.
COWPAT: Yes, cowpat. And what lurks within.
DESIGN: A Cotswolds dining terrace.
THE SUFFRAGETTE SUCCESS: Emma Hughes looks back 100 years to the day that Britain’s women won the right to vote.
LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The glassblowers.
FAVOURITE PAINTING: Top chef Ruth Rogers picks out a Pollock.
GARDENS: A visit to the Roger Parsons Sweet Peas seed bank in Chichester.
ROLLING IN DEEP: John Lewis-Stempel finds an unlucky squirrel by his pond
SAILING: Sir Robin Knox-Johnston on his record-breaking life on the waves.
ARCHITECTURE: The restoration plans for Marble Hill near Richmond-upon-Thames.
SHAKESPEARE: Sir Nicholas Hytner’s vision of Julius Caesar impresses Michael Billington.
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