Photographic competition

Badger in the Woods ©Richard Packwood/BWPA
[6th of February 2014]

The British Wildlife Photography Awards competition 2014 is now open. Here's how to enter.

Going Home by Pen Rashbass, 2010 overall winner
[30th of January 2014]

Award-winning wildlife photographer Pete Cairns reveals how you can win the Countryfile Photographic Competition – without the need for expensive equipment

Garden of the Year: RHS Wisley, Surrey
[24th of January 2014]

Welcome to the third annual BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards. These give us the chance to celebrate and say thank you to the people and places that have particularly stood out over the past year and helped to make our wonderful countryside even more special. 

[2th of January 2014]

Countryfile producer Matthew Gull introduces this year’s 12 finalists - and the photos that will appear in the 2014 Countryfile calendar.

[2th of January 2014]

The Dell by Bill Robinson has been voted as the winner of the 2013 Countryfile photographic competition.

[3th of October 2013]

This week the team visit Abergavenny, a town famous for its food and markets. Matt Baker finds out about the history of Blaenavon, an old mining town now catering for a surprising number of wild creatures, BMX riders and cheese-makers.

[17th of July 2013]

The Countryfile Photographic Competition has now been launched and this year’s theme is Our Living Landscape

©Paul Newcombe
[27th of June 2013]

Entries are now being accepted for Take a View's Landscape Photographer of the Year Award.

[5th of April 2013]

It's time to announce the winner of our Great British Views photo contest.