The latest issue of our humble organ takes an equine theme, with an interview with the author of Jump, Polo and Riders, Jilly Cooper, whom Michael "Atters" Attree met at her rambling home in the Cotswolds.
Elsewhere, we have features on what to wear when riding a horse and how to do it; advice from the Butler on starching collars; Tom Cutler on how to be witty; Zack Pinsent on Waistcoats; Patricia Hammond on Opera Divas; Tiffany Tondut on the Human Zoo of Paris; a pony with a moustache in the Lip Weasel.
We have printed a full extract from the new book I Am Dandy, with a profile of its author, Nathaniel Adams too. The cake making dandy of Helsinki, Baron Carl Gustav Emil Mannerheim, is profiled by Dr Edward Dutton; we review the very best shaving soaps and creams available today.
New food critic Robert Chocolate reviews the canapes on offer at a recent launch for Alfa Romeo, while Neil Ridley advises on how to prepare decent cherries for your Manhattans. Steve Pittard pooh-poohs England cricketers' recent pitch urinating activities and suggests how to enjoy victory without taking your trousers down. Dystopian sic-fi classic The Final Programme, and early Will Hay outing Dandy Dick, are reviewed, plus full details of this year's Grand Anarcho-Dandyist Ball.
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