Country Life UK – August 25, 2021
GOLDEN EAGLES: The king of the Scottish skies is thriving in the Highlands and is now being reintroduced to the Lowlands.
BERRIES: Forget the familiar blackberry and try a blue honeysuckle, a wineberry or a Chilean guava.
SCOTLAND ON FILM: The dramatic castles, distant horizons and dreich glens of Scotland are beloved by film-makers.
MY FAVOURITE PAINTING: Turtle Bunbury, historian, picks one of the oldest works of art in existence.
ANTONY GORMLEY: John Goodall talks to Sir Antony Gormley about the meaning of his sculpture for Wells Cathedral.
WEDDERBURN CASTLE: Long neglected, Robert Adam’s little-known Wedderburn Castle, Berwickshire, has been joyously revived.
SCOTTISH TEA: Why, yes please. Nick Hammond meets the growers brewing up a treat.
TRAVEL: Falconry, whisky and staying at the Three Chimneys on Skye.
INTERIORS: A cosy kitchen and loose covers.
GARDENS: The former kitchen garden at Hopetoun House, West Lothian, is a marvel, finds Noel Kingsbury.
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