BBC Countryfile Magazine

Country folk

“We are all different. And yet, the human brain, adept at spotting patterns, begins to form visions of tribal groups, each with their own idiosyncrasies and habits. Here in the countryside, I’ve found a few...


The conversation at parties is more interesting if James describes himself as a farmer – his “passion” – rather than a fund manager, which takes up

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