Country Life Every Week - - Contents -

The Royal Mail’s 50th-an­niver­sary Christ­mas stamps are pretty enough to en­cour­age the send­ing of real cards

Exam board Pearson has both saved the Art His­tory A level and, there­fore, the cul­tural ed­u­ca­tion of a new gen­er­a­tion

Lucy Kirk­wood, cre­ator of Chimerica, has writ­ten a bril­liant new play, The Chil­dren

and Ru­fus Sewell stars in Art at the old Vic this month

English sparkling wine is gen­uinely chal­leng­ing Cham­pagne—even Tait­tinger has bought land here

Mulled wine tastes bet­ter in freez­ing weather and de­serted moor­lands sparkle

Bri­tain fi­nally has a world-num­ber-one tennis player in Andy Mur­ray

Na­tional Hunt rac­ing has a new hero— Thistle­crack, trained by Som­er­set dairy farmer Colin Tiz­zard, is favourite for the Chel­tenham Gold Cup It’s just 18 days un­til Christ­mas Cirl buntings have bounced back from the brink of ex­tinc­tion

Ev­ery­one gets a role in the Na­tiv­ity nowa­days, even if they’re only a blade of grass or the third lob­ster

Coun­try Life will be 120 years old in

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