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Matt and Julia explore the countryside where the North Downs create the Surrey Hills.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to the vast chalk grasslands of Salisbury Plain.
Matt and Julia are in Gloucestershire on the hunt for one of Britain's rarest butterflies.
John Craven heads to the Cairngorms to look at some of the team's most memorable trips.
John Craven discovers how a passion for collecting helped an endangered species of deer.
Matt discovers how the Wensleydale Railway is revitalizing Yorkshire communities.
Adam Henson finds out just how easy it really is to look after 'easycare' sheep.
Uncovering the roots of a motor sport where the landscape provides the biggest challenge.
John Craven is in Thomas Hardy country, finding out how the South West inspired him.
Matt Baker tries out canoeing and snorkelling in the beautiful Salcombe estuary.
Adam Henson takes a walk down memory lane when he travels to North Ronaldsay.
Matt Baker and Clare Balding head to the North Pennines for a hike and bike tour.
Matt and Clare find out what it takes to turn a working animal into a prize winner.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison head to Scotland to explore Loch Etive.
Matt Baker and Helen Skelton brave the rain in Cumbria to visit the World Sheepdog Trials.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker explore the Lincolnshire Fens.
Matt and Ellie learn how the picturesque village of Slindon in Sussex is being kept alive.
Adam Henson and Ellie Harrison discover the rugged beauty of Northumberland.
Ellie Harrison presents a special remembrance edition of Countryfile.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison enjoy the contrasting landscapes of the Derwent Valley.
Matt and Ellie head to the south of England to discover the landscapes of Cranborne Chase.
John Craven and Ellie Harrison explore the wild, natural beauty of the Antrim coast.
Ellie Harrison explores the literary landscape of the Vale of Aylesbury.
Matt and Ellie head to Great Britain's largest lake, Loch Lomond in Scotland.
The team re-create a traditional village Christmas in Clifford Chambers, Warwickshire.
Ellie Harrison explores some of Britain's finest country estates.
Adam Henson looks back through the Countryfile archives to explore the farming seasons.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison explore the Wolds of East Yorkshire.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison visit the Bridgwater and Taunton canal.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison travel to the Wye Valley, discovering its hidden gems.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison head for Guernsey in the Channel Islands.
Matt and Ellie explore the Blackdown Hills on the Devon and Somerset border.
Matt and Ellie visit the Isle of Wight, and Adam follows his barley crop to Germany.
Ellie Harrison looks back at the best of wild Britain in this special episode.
Matt and Ellie visit Cornwall, with Matt going underground and Ellie going underwater.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison are in the Cotswold golden valleys.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury explore North Kent, where Julia samples some snails.
Matt Baker, Julia Bradbury and Ellie Harrison visit the New Forest.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury visit rural Leicestershire.
Countryfile is in County Durham, where Matt Baker visits the family farm.
Matt Baker heads to Wales to celebrate the anniversary of the Monmouth and Brecon canal.
Matt and Ellie head to the South Pennines, where Yorkshire and Lancashire collide.
Ellie Harrison is in Hampshire, where she delves back into the programme's archives.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison visit the sandy beaches and remote heathland of Suffolk.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison are amongst the rolling hills and wooded valleys of Exmoor.
Countryfile is in Dumfries and Galloway for the launch of the photographic competition.
In this special edition, Ellie Harrison tells the story of the Humber river.
Countryfile visits Northern Ireland, where HM the Queen took her first official tour.
Countryfile visits Warwickshire, and Matt takes on Ellie in a tug of war.
Matt Baker celebrates the 70th anniversary of Enid Blyton's Famous Five in Dorset.
Ellie Harrison presents a bird's-eye view of the Gloucestershire countryside.
Julia Bradbury and John Craven head to the Isle of Man, with its varied landscapes.
Ellie Harrison follows in the footsteps of Octavia Hill, founder of the National Trust.
Julia Bradbury and John Craven explore the Snowdonia National Park.
In Shropshire, the team find out how the landscape has inspired people to be healthier.
Countryfile pays a visit to Grizedale Forest in the heart of the Lake District.
A look through the archives at some of the team's favourite encounters with farm animals.
Countryfile heads to the north Norfolk coast to restore a sea shelter.
Matt Baker learns what is being done to halt the decline in the hedgehog population.
A unique insight into how the Furness Peninsula has been shaped by nature and man.
In Lochaber, Matt Baker goes on the greatest railway journey in the world.
Julia Bradbury and John Craven explore the Usk Valley, known as the gateway to Wales.
The team visit England's most northerly county, Northumberland.
In a special edition of Countryfile, Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury explore Hampshire.
Matt Baker explores the East Sussex coastline and looks at some of its iconic legacies.
The Countryfile team explore Anglesey, Wales's largest island.
Ellie Harrison spends the day with expert woodsman Ben Law in West Sussex.
Countryfile visits the Royal Forest of Dean, one of our most ancient woodlands.
John Craven and Julia Bradbury head to rural Leicestershire.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury explore Somerset's countryside and coastline.
The team visit the heart of rural England, exploring the chalk-lands of the South Downs.
Countryfile is deep in Gloucestershire exploring some woodland treasures.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury visit the RSPB bird reserve at Snettisham.
The team help with the preparations for a seasonal celebration deep in rural Warwickshire.
Ellie looks back at the men and women who have been inspired by the British countryside.
A look through the archives to see how horses and dogs are an integral part of rural life.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to the Hertfordshire countryside.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury head to Exmoor, where Julia learns about Alfred Vowles.
Matt Baker and John Craven head to South Wales.
John Craven explores the historic ruins of Jervaulx Abbey, once home to Cistercian monks.
Countryfile heads to the north Cornwall coast. Matt Baker explores its glens and ruins.
Adam Henson discovers the delights of the local food available right on his doorstep.
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury are in Bristol, a city with the countryside on its doorstep.
Countryfile heads to the wild, rugged and dramatic landscape of Northumberland.
Matt explores Suffolk's boating heritage as he puts the finishing touches to a boat.
In Calderdale, West Yorkshire, Ellie Harrison follows in the footsteps of Whitely Turner.
Ellie Harrison visits the historic Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire.
Ellie Harrison takes a peek behind the scenes at Newmarket, the home of horse racing.
Matt Baker explores the maritime history of Hampshire.
Matt takes to the water with an Olympian, and Julia goes in search of giant wood ants.
Countryfile travels to Yorkshire and the Humber, with Matt out on the Humber estuary.
Countryfile is in the historic kingdom of Fife. Matt Baker explores Tentsmuir forest.
The Countryfile team launch their annual photographic competition.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker head to North Wales, and Matt heads to the Woodfest.
The Countryfile team are on the coastal flatlands of Kent.
John Craven visits the Lake District and looks back at transport-related stories.
The Countryfile team explore the Cambrian mountains, one of Wales' best-kept secrets.
Ellie Harrison and Adam Henson head for the Shetlands, where Ellie meets seaweed farmers.
Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker visit Essex, where Julia travels along a dangerous footpath.
Countryfile celebrates its silver jubilee with a traditional country summer fayre.
Ellie Harrison and John Craven are in the Wye Valley on the border of England and Wales.
John Craven is in Northumberland on the trail of the white beaked dolphin.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker visit the village of Staithes on the north Yorkshire coast.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker are in Dorset for the Great Dorset Steam Fair.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker are in Devon, where Ellie witnesses a special homecoming.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison head to Ludlow for its annual food and drink festival.
The Countryfile team visit Abergavenny, famous for its markets and its food.
John Craven goes apple pressing with cider-drinking superstars The Wurzels.
John Craven visits the remote landscape of Crummack Dale in Yorkshire.
For the first time, Countryfile is home to the BBC's One Man and His Dog competition.
Matt Baker brings in the experts to teach him how to look after his orchard.
Julia Bradbury visits Shugborough Halle. Matt Baker joins some first time farmers.
Julia Bradbury celebrates the centenary of the birth of composer Benjamin Britten.
Countryfile looks at the part the landscape has played in making scientific breakthroughs.
John Craven looks at the mineral Blue John hidden deep underground in the Peak District.
The team are in rural Cheshire. Matt Baker is finding out about agricultural apprentices.
Helen Skelton finds out why artists, writers and poets flock to Cornwall for inspiration.
The Countryfile team celebrate a woodland Christmas in Gloucestershire.
Ellie Harrison explores the plight of some of Britain's most endangered animals.
John Craven looks at the year ahead and visits the Killerton Estate.
John Craven explores Surrey and sees inside Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's former home.
Julia Bradbury and John Hammond learn why the UK gets the unique winters it does.
Ellie Harrison and John Craven visit Pembrokeshire's Gwaun Valley and Preseli Hills.
Matt Baker visits Witley Court, and Helen Skelton meets the creatures of the Wyre Forest.
A detailed look at some of the locations featured in the opening titles of the programme.
The Countryfile team visits rural Wiltshire, where Matt Baker visits a pig farm.
The Countryfile team visit the Isle of Portland, off the Dorset coast.
Matt Baker visits the Isle of Sheppey and John Craven finds out about Kentish blue cheese.
Ellie Harrison meets scientists bringing endangered conifer species back to Scotland.
The Countryfile team head to Somerset, which has taken a battering from the winter storms.
Ellie Harrison looks back at some of Countryfile's best beach-themed stories.
Matt Baker helps his mother with lambing in County Durham.
The team explore life in Gloucestershire ten years on from the hunting ban.
The Countryfile team visit the Merseyside coast around Southport.
The team head to the Isles of Scilly, where Ellie Harrison looks at the problem of rats.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison go in search of the great icons of Yorkshire.
Ellie Harrison explores some of Britain's most spectacular hills and mountains.
Ellie Harrison sees what is being done to clean up the Lee Valley's chalk streams.
Matt Baker goes in pursuit of one of Britain's largest breeds of bird - the crane.
Matt Baker discovers the garden that inspired Charles Darwin's thinking in Shropshire.
Ellie Harrison discovers creatures great and small in Buckinghamshire.
Helen Skelton is in Snowdonia looking at how the landscape has undergone transformations.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison are in Port Talbot in South Wales.
Ellie Harrison and John Craven are in and around Oxenhope in West Yorkshire.
Matt meets one of the last surviving members of the Dambusters squadron in Lincolnshire.
Countryfile is in the Peak District and John Craven is on the set of BBC drama The Village
Countryfile is in Gower, south Wales, where Matt Baker explores Whiteford Burrows.
Countryfile takes a trip down memory lane with the legend John Craven.
Matt Baker joins the foragers scouring the coast of Cornwall for free food.
The Countryfile team head to the Cotswold County Show in Cirencester.
John Craven and Shauna Lowry explore Northern Ireland's Sperrin Mountains.
John Craven and Anita Rani are in Herefordshire exploring the county's foodie culture.
Helen Skelton looks at how the British countryside has shaped childhoods down the ages.
Jules Hudson and Ellie Harrison are in Staffordshire exploring its wide open moorlands.
Matt Baker explores two of the most important 18th-century English gardens.
Jules Hudson is given access to the MOD training grounds in the Brecklands.
Matt Baker discovers the story of a WWII bomber which crashed on Dartmoor.
Countryfile plays host to the 2014 One Man and His Dog sheepdog trials.
Anita Rani and Helen Skelton are on the coast of Morecambe Bay in Lancashire.
This edition of the countryside magazine revels in the colours of autumn.
Matt joins the Jones family in Conwy at the start of the mussel-fishing season.
The team present the first ever Countryfile Ramble for BBC Children in Need.
Matt Baker finds out how Cambridge University students have an impact on the countryside.
Ellie Harrison finds out about the field-to-fork revolution taking Frome by storm.
Countryfile is in Dorset. Matt Baker explores a woodland architecture school.
In Shropshire, John Craven visits a seed bank working to help save endangered trees.
Ellie and Joe explore some of Scotland's remotest and most beautiful places.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker are in the Peaks in Derbyshire.
It's Christmas, and Matt and Ellie are in the tiny Cornish fishing village of Coverack.
Countryfile spends a day on the farm as Adam Henson prepares for the new year ahead.
Ellie Harrison looks back at some of Countryfile's encounters with winter wildlife.
Ellie Harrison is at Heartwood Forest to see how this new woodland is coming on.
Matt gives the trees at Batsford Arboretum a health check with a clever bit of x-ray kit.
Matt finds out what life is like for north Devon residents once the tourists have gone.
The team pull on their thermals for a walk on the wild side of winter.
Matt explores a country park near Newcastle and Ellie visits Roker Lighthouse, Sunderland.
Matt joins student gamekeepers at work, and Ellie looks at the return of cranes to the UK.
Matt Baker visits a school with farming at the heart of the curriculum.
Matt heads to Mersea Island to meet Richard Haward, a seventh-generation oyster fisherman.
John Craven finds out about Rathlin Island's growing kelp industry.
Adam Henson meets the youngsters working towards a career in farming in Aberystwyth.
The Countryfile team explore the stories that make up the British countryside.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison explore the inspiration for the Hundred Acre Wood.
The team explore the three counties of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
Matt Baker, Anita Rani and Helen Skelton explore cattle in this themed programme.
In Northumberland, John Craven follows in the footsteps of artist LS Lowry.
Joe Crowley meets Helen Ryman, who looks after the Mochrun herd of Belted Galloway cattle.
Countryfile searches for the landscapes that inspired Shakespeare's works.
Ellie Harrison visits Dorset to tell the story of conservationist Captain Cyril Diver.
Matt Baker explores the Dartington estate in south Devon.
A snapshot of spring across Britain, including a look at dolphins in Cardigan Bay.
To mark National Vegetarian Week, Countryfile takes a look at all things veggie.
John Craven races a hill runner to the summit of Snowdon.
Matt Baker and Anita Rani are at the stunning Montrose Basin in Angus in Scotland.
Charlotte Smith and Anita Rani look at the resurgence of British flowers.
Matt Baker takes to the Trent and finds out about the effort to clean up the river.
A look back at the long hot summer of 1976 with TV weatherman John Hammond.
John Craven visits Pembrokeshire to find out about the area's boating heritage.
It is tennis season, and Matt Baker is in Kent to find out about Wimbledon strawberries.
The Countryfile team explore meadows, and Matt Baker discovers the art of scything.
The team visit Cumbria, where Matt Baker looks at the places that inspired Beatrix Potter.
A special edition of Countryfile celebrating the Great British summer.
The best shepherds and their dogs from England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland battle it out.
Anita Rani travels to Surrey to explore the revival of interest in growing hops there.
Matt meets a writer who draws inspiration from the Thames Estuary and its people.
Matt and Anita explore the Isle of Wight.
Autumn sees the team kick through the crisp leaves and explore the fruits of our forests.
Matt looks at Herefordshire's perry-making industry and helps out with the pear harvest.
Matt Baker meets the youngsters who have become RSPB rangers.
Matt Baker discovers geocaching, a treasure hunt with a modern twist.
The team are in Lincolnshire, where it's all go in the vast fields of winter veg.
Helen visits the only village on mainland Britain where cars can't go.
Countryfile celebrates Christmas at Bamburgh Castle on the Northumbrian coast.
Ellie Harrison celebrate the centenary of the vet Alf White, aka James Herriot.
Anita Rani travels to one of her favourite places, Malham Cove in the Yorkshire Dales.
Anita Rani is discovering an unlikely site for a nature reserve.
Matt Baker explores the explosive history of the sand dunes in Carmarthenshire.
Matt Baker meets a fossil specialist on the Jurassic Coast.
Matt Baker joins a team on a mission to restore the scarred moorland of the Peak District.
Matt is on the Norfolk coast to witness thousands of pink-footed geese taking flight.
Ellie Harrison is on a winter safari in the Cairngorms National Park in Scotland.
Ellie helps to give Cheddar Gorge its annual clean-up.
Matt takes a trip back in time on the last horse-drawn tram in the world.
Matt Baker meets the pony who's blazing a trail across the South Downs.
Adam Henson is in Snowdonia to discover how farming has changed in the past 60 years.
Matt Baker and Anita Rani are on the Hoo Peninsula in Kent.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison visit Denbighshire in north east Wales.
Ellie is in Inverness-shire seeing what industrial-scale timber production looks like.
Matt, Anita and John are in Holderness in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Matt Baker learns about the Easter tradition of pace egg rolling in Lancashire.
Matt shows how to make panackelty, a traditional north eastern dish.
For Hedgehog Awareness Week, Ellie Harrison meets three schoolgirls on a mission.
Ellie Harrison reveals how the landscape has been shaped by rivers.
To celebrate National Mills Weekend John Craven visits Bardwell.
Matt is in the Clyde valley in Lanarkshire, once known as the 'fruit basket of Scotland'.
Adam Henson turns auctioneer at the Exeter's spring livestock market.
Ellie is at the country's only nature reserve managed specifically for dragonflies.
Joe Crowley joins an RSPB team tagging swifts to find out where they are feeding.
Ellie Harrison and Sean Fletcher are at one of the UK's biggest arts festivals.
Sean Fletcher is in Carmarthenshire in west Wales taking a look at working animals.
Ellie ventures out after sunset to search for bats.
Anita Rani's in the Nene Valley, where a pioneering project is just about to launch.
Tom Heap looks at the unseen side of TB and its effect on goats.
Adam meets Simon Stott who runs a co-operative of farmers producing sheep's milk.
Anita Rani is at London's Woodberry Wetlands, a haven for all sorts of wildlife.
Ellie Harrison learns about a plant that is on the front line in the fight against cancer.
Anita Rani explores the Artisan Trail, while Sean Fletcher is looking at Dartmoor ponies.
The team are at the Blenheim estate in Oxfordshire to celebrate the best of rural Britain.
Steve meets the dairy farmers who both produce and deliver their own milk.
A look at how food is harvested, from large-scale crops to smaller hand-picked harvests.
Ellie visits Wakehurst Place to learn about the clear-up after the Great Storm of 1987.
John and Margherita are in Cornwall, where John attends a food festival with a difference.
The team as they lead the way on rambles of their own in aid of Children in Need.
Ellie Harrison meets Skomer's new arrivals - seal pups!
Ellie Harrison finds out about the 'Idle' women of the canals during WWII.
Charlotte Smith meets the man attempting to save the barbel in the Old River Lea.
Joe Crowley is at Britain's largest national nature reserve, Mar Lodge.
Helen Skelton and Sean Fletcher are on the Cleveland Way in Yorkshire.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker are in Breckland on the Norfolk-Suffolk border.
Ellie Harrison sees her home county of Gloucestershire as she has never seen it before.
Tom Heap meets a farmer who hands out food parcels to those in need this Christmas.
In New Zealand, Adam Henson meets some old friends and helps with a cattle muster.
Tom Heap looks at the contentious new Home Office rules on gun licensing.
Matt Baker seeks out the common crane in the Somerset Levels, where it now thrives.
Tom Heap looks at the problems faced by rural fire services.
Matt Baker discovers how curling training fits around farming at a sheep a farm in Crieff.
Steve Brown mushes with a pack of huskies in the Highlands.
Tom Heap interviews Bill Gates about British agricultural expertise.
Adam finds out how the latest facial recognition technology is helping farmers.
Helen tries her hand at 'weaselling', the latest craze to sweep the Peaks.
Helen Skelton explores the ways in which water shapes our lives.
Matt Baker visits St Abbs - a community who refused to let their lifeboat service go under
Ellie Harrison is in Pembrokeshire looking at the effect of recent storms on the coast.
Ellie Harrison takes a springtime saunter around Luddenden, Calderdale.
Anita goes to the Scottish island of Kerrera and helps the shepherd round up her sheep.
Countryfile marks the sixtieth anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme.
Matt Baker mingles with exhibitors and visitors at the first ever Countryfile Live.
Countryfile has been given access to an excavation at the Stonehenge World Heritage site.
The Countryfile team get stuck in as crops are brought in across the country.
Anita Rani explores Anglesey, off the north west coast of Wales.
Countryfile marks the 100th anniversary of Roald Dahl's birth.