Grouse, woodcock, snipe, pheasant, everything a discerning gun could want, in Upper Teesdale. This is a "proper back end day" with a mixed bag to dream about.
Jaques Hicter has 80 English partridge per square kilometre in Picardy as well as good crop yealds. He shares the secret of his success with The Field.
Astronomy need not be above your head. Learn to light up your winter nights with a trek through the galaxy. Just don't expect to become a star-crossed lover!
The rivers around Lake Rotoroa in New Zealand possess monster brown that provide some of the best fishing in the world.
The purest of canine lineages have been bred by the bluest bloods in the land, who have continuously fostered the finest lines. This is a Bark's Peerage of aristocratic kennels.
Wood fuel is a green and renewable way to heat your home and water, better yet, it is cheap too.
Nick Fisher, the fishing writer and broadcaster, attended the "Knife Skills An Introduction to Fish Processing Public Course".
Mike Robinson, The Field's cookery writer, concentrates on the wild harvest at his Game and Wild Food Cookery School near his Pot Kiln pub, just outside Yattendon in Berkshire.
From kitchen devil to domestic deity, all a man needs to know to cut a dash in his own dining-room.
There's only one Kola Peninsula - and you can't beat it for salmon rivers teeming with whoppers. Even a novice can catch a 38-pounder!