Take a magical ride in the wash of Cambridge’s Grantchester Group with a traditional punting adventure.
Walk in the royal forest of Rockingham, from historic Apethorpe village to Bedford Purlieus, ablaze with autumn colours.
Once the king of our uplands, this dramatic, all-singing, all-dancing game bird has become worryingly scarce. Gamekeeper John Cowan asks why
This week the Countryfile team discovers ancient ruins, red squirrels and James Herriot in the Yorkshire Dales. Join in the action here
More and more people are buying small patches of woodland for recreation and to provide firewood. Mark Cocker argues that this is good news for the health of our countryside
Now rare and precious, traditional meadows are both beautiful and fizzing with wildlife. Phil Gates joins the bees and butterflies to while away a spring day among the daisies, bellflowers and orchids
Ten years ago, an entire Lake District valley was allowed to run wild. Paul Evans looks at what effect a decade of riotous nature has had on the landscape
Just why do we love the Lake District so much? Local author Tony Greenbank explores the fells, dales and the waters that have inspired visitors for centuries
As these irresistible mammals begin to wake from hibernation, Hugh Warwick uncovers their secret lives and reveals what you can do to help a species whose numbers are declining rapidly