James Ward

James Ward lead the way for change in his work, says Janet Menzies. While reminiscent of Stubbs, his art went further and considered the animals’ lives and their feelings, as…

Emma Ford

From nursing sick birds as a child to opening the first dedicated falconry school in the world, Emma Ford’s childhood enthusiasms have developed into a love for many fieldsports. For…

Spring turn out

Our winter-housed cows’ delight is evident at spring turn out, as they are returned to pasture. But this isn’t the only benefit, as Tim Field explains. For more on farming,…

Why not leave the gardening to the robotic iMow this year?

We may look forward to the warm lushness of a proper English spring, but the horticultural workload is never welcomed as effusively. From clearing winter debris, trimming hedges, tackling weeds…

Andrew Kay

Andrew Kay uses the scenery that surrounds him as his canvas. His striking steel sculptures act as one work of art, while their relationship to the landscape creates a second,…

Lucy Holland

From Mastering the Bicester to hurtling down a skeleton run, Lucy Holland reflects on a wonderful sporting life shared with friends, family and field inspirations. For more Sporting Dianas, seriously…

Best Luxury Eggs

Cast aside commercialised chocolate creations this Easter in favour of an egg as nature intended. The best luxury eggs of today gives unlimited choice, from the finest, free-range hens’ egg,…