Jonathan Armigel Wade’s paintings offer a ‘curvispective’ on the joys of the countryside. He explains his unusual vision to Janet Menzies
As the season for our most prolific gamebird begins, it’s time to introduce friends and family to the joys of eating game. Philippa Davis offers a recipe using pheasant that…
There has been a much-needed overhaul of breed standards, says David Tomlinson, although show and working animals are often still worlds apart. A Slumber spaniel, anyone?
Whether it’s your first or tenth shotgun purchase, you need advice on adding a scope to your rifle or you need the right clothing and footwear for the great outdoors…
Even if you have chosen the right vehicle for your needs, it’s choosing the correct tyres that will get your 4x4 over any terrain that lies ahead
Don’t stop moving – How to become an instinctive shot Ground game – Why we should be shooting rabbits on driven days Another country – Where to hunt this season…
A competitive streak and desire to try new things has taken Joy Wheatcroft from gymkhanas to the CPSA World Championships, with much inbetween
No one enjoys staring down the barrels of a gun, so adopt best practice when it comes to carrying yours, whether or not it is loaded, says Jonathan Irby
Francesca Sanders explains to Janet Menzies why landscapes are wrongly underrated, deserving of the same attention as portraits
Mike Yardley finds that he doesn't miss much with the Rizzini Grand Regal 28-bore — and it puts a smile on his face.