Countryfile

July 2019

Cornwall

4.0 1 x
Anita Rani visits the Antony Estate on the Rame Peninsula, John Craven visits an off-grid camp in Truro, and Tom Heap meets farmers caught up in the bovine TB outbreak.

Bedfordshire

4.0 7 x
John Craven visits the secluded Luton Hoo estate, once a training ground for land girls, and Tom Heap looks at new forms of environmental campaigning.

Summer Special - Royal Highland Show

4.0 8 x
The team are at the Royal Highland Show celebrating the best that rural Scotland has to offer, including the Arbroath smokie and an award-winning Scottish gin.
June 2019

Caring for Our Planet Compilation

4.0 5 x
Machynlleth is the first town in Wales to declare a climate emergency.

Lincolnshire

3.0 9 x
In Lincolnshire, Ellie kicks back in a bar where it’s not drinks on the menu but clouds! Meanwhile, Adam looks at what Brexit could mean for our farmers.

West Yorkshire

4.0 9 x
Matt Baker visits the beautiful Hardcastle Crags near Hebden Bridge, and John Craven launches this year's photographic competition.

Chalk Streams

4.0 25 x
Anita and Matt are in Hampshire celebrating our chalk streams, while Adam and Charlotte meet the last of the three contenders for our Farming Hero Award.

South Wales

3.0 10 x
Matt Baker learns about a scheme to create new structures from the fabric of the land, while Tom Heap asks whether our countryside has become a tax haven for the super-rich.
May 2019

Derbyshire

4.5 9 x
The team are in Derbyshire. Matt Baker joins a group who have been restoring Chesterfield’s canals, Anita Rani visits Tissington and Steve Brown learns how we can help pollinators.

Queen Victoria

4.0 7 x
This month marks 200 years since Queen Victoria’s birth, so Countryfile is exploring the Victorian fascination with nature and the great outdoors.
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