BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards 2019
Welcome to the 2019 BBC Countryfile Awards – voting has now closed.
Back in autumn 2018, we asked for your nominations – and you sent us some brilliant ideas for every category. These were then whittled down by an expert panel of judges to create the below shortlist.
Vote in the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards
We asked for your nominations in autumn 2018, and you sent us some brilliant ideas for every category. These were then whittled down by an expert panel of judges to create the below shortlists.
Voting for the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards will open on Friday 18th January and close before midnight on Sunday 17th February 2019.
Thank you to everyone who voted. Voting has now closed.
We have 10 categories in this year's awards - below is the shortlist from each category.
How it works
Reader nominations were gathered from BBC Countryfile Magazine readers online and via a form in the print magazine.
A panel of six judges examined the nominations and whittled them down to a shortlist of five in each category. The judges assessed the quality of the nominations against a series of criteria.
Readers vote online or via a postal form in the print magazine. Voting closes on Sunday 17th February at 11:59pm.
- Charlotte Smith, BBC presenter of Countryfile and Farming Today
- Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough, historian and TV and radio presenter
- Mark Rowe, travel writer and environmental newswriter
- Phoebe Smith, explorer and travel writer
- Fergus Collins, editor of BBC Countryfile Magazine
- Carys Matthews, BBC Countryfile Magazine online editor
Readers vote online or via a postal form in the print magazine.
Winners announced - March 2019
Terms and conditions
Read the terms and conditions of the BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards