Country Life - 19 February 2014 (CL190214)


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Country Life issue CL190214 published on 19 February 2014 by Time Inc.

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Jonathan Yeo's favourite painting
The artist chooses one master painter's version of another
Parish church treasures
John Goodall investigates a forteller of doom at the church of St Mary the Virgin, Bishop Cannings, Wiltshire
Country Life and The Great War
John Goodall reveals the remarkable-and horrifying- scale of the trenches and how they shaped the First World War
Bring me sunshine
Jacky Hobbs travels to cornwall to meet Ron Scamp, a man who has dedicated his life to promoting the daffodil
A Venetian touch
Jeffrey Hobbs tells the extraordinary story of how Parbold Hall in Lancashire was rescued and restored
Guardians of the ramparts
Nick Hammond discovers the vital importance to the monarchy of keeping ravens at the Tower of London
Hail the British food superheroes
Marmite, mustard and marmalade- Emma Hughs the foods that epitomise Britian
Between you, me and the gatepost
Emma Hughes learns the secret language of gates
Pure mussel power
Malcolm Smith on the pearls behind the throne
A gourmet's delight
Leslie Geddes-Brown visits the Italian city of Bologna
A taste of sweet and sour
Nick Hammond samples Womersley fruit vinegars
By Gudgeon, he's got it!
A hallowed competition ends in triumph for David Profumo
On a roll in a Rolls-Royce
There's nothing quite like a Phantom
Property Market
Penny Churchill feels renewed enthusiasm for the Chilterns
Town & Country
How to reconcile farmers and floors by Peter Kendall
In the garden
Alan Titchmarsh is in the greenhouse
Kitchen garden cooks
Melanie Johnson on Seville oranges
Property news
There's plenty of cultural opportunities in the countryside

Additional Information

Publisher Time Inc.
Title Country Life
Frequency Weekly
Sector Lifestyle
Date 19 Feb 2014
Month February
Year 2014