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Charlotte Smith and Joe Crowley head to south west Wales, where they help with a kelp harvest at Câr-y-Môr, Wales’s first regenerative ocean farm.

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June 2024
Sammi Kinghorn and Sean Fletcher explore the natural riches and hidden treasures of Wanlockhead – the highest village in Scotland.
Anita Rani and Charlotte Smith travel to Dorset, where 80 years ago, tens of thousands of troops amassed as the Allies’ combined forces prepared for D-Day.
Adam Henson and Charlotte Smith travel to north Cornwall to explore the history of the Camel Trail, encounter local wildlife and meet the people that live and work along its route.
May 2024
Joe Crowley celebrates the 60th anniversary of the National Nature Reserve at Lindisfarne and joins the ranger team protecting nesting ringed plover on the shore.
Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Week, Sean Fletcher and Margherita Taylor travel to the Sharpham Trust, located in the beautiful wilds of south Devon.
To wrap up this year’s lambing season, Countryfile is at Adam Henson’s farm in the Cotswolds to see what’s next for his new spring additions.
Sean Fletcher and Margherita Taylor travel to Rutland, historically the smallest county in England. Despite its size, it is home to the largest man-made body of water in the country – Rutland Water.
April 2024
From the blooming gardens of RHS Wisley in Surrey, Hamza Yassin and Sammi Kinghorn celebrate one of nature’s heroes – the not-so-humble bee!
Buckle up as Anita Rani and Matt Baker are on a road trip along the Hardknott and Wrynose Passes in the heart of the Lake District.
Hamza Yassin and Charlotte Smith celebrate the arrival of spring at the majestic 600-acre National Arboretum at Westonbirt in Gloucestershire, home to a collection of 2,500 different tree species.
Margherita Taylor and Matt Baker head to the Trent Valley, where over the past two centuries, industrialisation along the river Trent has taken its toll on the landscape.
Anita Rani visits Hinton Ampner in Winchester, a medieval village and Georgian country estate that is also the site of both Neolithic and Bronze Age settlements and barrows.
March 2024
Charlotte Smith and Sean Fletcher explore Marlborough Downs, which is home to one of the UK’s newest nature reserves – Bay Meadows.
As the RNLI celebrates its 200th anniversary, Matt Baker and Sammi Kinghorn meet some of its volunteers at the charity's station in Minehead, Somerset.
Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith head to the UK's longest and highest aqueduct, the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in north Wales, and Joe Crowley investigates claims of threats to Britain's historic waterways.
Britain is home to over 4,000 castles. Charlotte Smith visits one of Wales’s finest, Powis Castle, to explore the impressive grounds and grand rooms of this former medieval fortress.
February 2024
Joe Crowley and Anita Rani are at the Colesbourne estate in the Cotswolds, where its gardens at this time of year are home to millions of one hardy flower – the snowdrop.
Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith visit Ashdown Forest in East Sussex, the inspiration for Winnie-the-Pooh’s magical home, 100 Aker Wood, to learn more about this ancient woodland.
Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith learn how Bodmin Moor, a windswept terrain scarred by its industrial past, is gearing up to welcome back wildlife.