Country Life - 11 October 2017 (CL111017)

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Country Life issue CL111017 published by Time Inc.

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Country Life October 11 2017 is our lovely London number featuring dragon hunting, property in our capital, living with llamas and when opera meets politics plus Country Life International. Find out more: INTERVIEW: How to make an impression The impressionist Rory Bremner talks to Tessa Waugh about the current crop of politicians QUIZ: Here be dragons Can you find these emblems of the City? Try John Goodall’s quiz THE GREAT STORM: Nine people share their stories of the dramatic night of the Great Storm of 1987 with Julie Harding LLAMA KARMA: They’re not only enchanting, but useful, finds Kate Green PICKLING: Simon Lester reveals how to pickle onions without tears LONDON PROPERTY: Penny Churchill and Annunciata Elwes survey the market LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The piano maker FAVOURITE PAINTING: The art critic Richard Dorment chooses a youthful self-portrait by G. F. Watts COMMENT: Where land meets sea Fiona Reynolds walks the north Norfolk coast ARCHITECTURE: A regal prospect The Queen’s House, Greenwich, had a major revamp for its 400th anniversary. Harry Mount reports FOOD: Simpson’s is back. Emma Hughes inspects the menu INTERIORS: Amelia Thorpe on colour from art MADE IN BRITAIN: The upholstered furniture maker DARTINGTON CRYSTAL: Julie Harding sees a sparkling future for Dartington COOKING: Hamming it up Simon Hopkinson cooks ham REEL LIFE: Entering the final frontier David Profumo fishes in Alaska GARDENS: The gallery and garden work in harmony at London’s Serpentine Sackler, says Non Morris ART & ANTIQUES: A new collection of vanity cases promised to the V&A charms Caroline Bugler THE DIVA AND THE DICTATOR: Clive Aslet explores what happens when opera meets politics

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Publisher Time Inc.
Title Country Life
Frequency Weekly
Sector Lifestyle
Date 11 Oct 2017
Month October
Year 2017