Country Life - 20 September 2017 (CL200917)

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Country Life issue CL200917 published by Time Inc.

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Country Life September 20 2017 is our glorious autumn gardens number featuring men and their sheds, the Guernsey nerine festival and the best birds baths. Find out more: ARCHITECTURE: The magnificently preserved charterhouse at Mount Grace Priory in North Yorkshire offers a compelling insight into late- medieval English monasticism. John Goodall looks at its history GARDENS: The charming walled garden of Kelmarsh Hall in Northamptonshire glows with the gilded hues of autumn, finds Jacky Hobbs SHEDS: For these men, the garden shed is an extension of home in which the normal rules don’t apply. Anna Tyzack peers round the door FLOWER FESTIVAL: Jacky Hobbs visits the Candie Gardens Nerine Festival on Guernsey WHAT THE BRITISH DID IN MOSCOW: Clive Aslet reveals the role the British played in St Petersburg during the 1917 revolution and Katy Birchall chooses the top 10 spies of literature, from Smiley to Bourne COOKING: Simon Hopkinson cooks the king of gamebirds Subscribe to Country Life from £34.24, or £2.70 an issue LIVING NATIONAL TREASURE: The paper marbler FAVOURITE PAINTING: Fay Weldon chooses the Botticelli portrait she fell in love with as a teenager BIRD BATHS: Stylish examples of bird baths that will encourage the preening of plumage in your garden INTERIORS: A bespoke rug or carpet can cast a spell over a room, says Arabella Youens, flooring specialist Jago Anderson gives advice and Amelia Thorpe selects the best new designs COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR: On an idyllic Indian-summer morning, John Lewis-Stempel vies with wasps, geese and his labrador for the fruit in his orchard PERFORMING ARTS: Should the National Theatre put on musicals? Yes, as long as they’re as emotionally truthful as Follies, says Michael Billington

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Publisher Time Inc.
Title Country Life
Frequency Weekly
Sector Lifestyle
Date 20 Sep 2017
Month September
Year 2017