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Whether it's Alan Cochrane's no-nonsense take on our body politic, broadcaster Fiona Armstrong's wry squint at the domestic bliss of rural life, Antoinette Galbraith's insight into Scotland's garden treasures, or special contributers like Professor Jim Hunter, Spectator columnist Alex Massie, broadcaster and performer Daniela Nardini, musicians, sportsmen, authors, comedians, teachers, broadcasters and more from across Scotland, we can boast unbeatable columnists.
We also have interviews with the best of Scotland. In the past year alone, major figures like Scots actor Rory Bremner, film director David Mackenzie, landscape artist Jolomo and novelist Diana Gabaldon are just some of the fascinating interviews to have run in our pages. And each month a well-known Scot - from rugby international John Jeffrey in his native Borders to tennis personality Judy Murray in Dunblane - have provide a unique guided tour of the land that made them.
There's something for everyone in a lively package of features on the things that matter to everyone with a stake in the countryside, whether they happen to live in town or country. With a range of news on property, gardens, art and antiques, fashion, interior design, heritage, wildlife, field sports, whisky, food and wine, eating out, country pursuits and book reviews, no other magazine comes close.
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