Where is Countryfile visiting this week and what time is it on BBC1?
Joe Crowley visits Devon, finding out about a discovery that could revolutionise scallop fishing. Adam Henson meets the final contenders in One Man and His Dog.
One of the BBC's most popular programmes, Countryfile airs weekly on BBC One and reports on rural, agricultural and environmental issues in the UK.
Launched in 1988, Countryfile replaced the long-running show Farming with the aim of covering a broader view of the countryside. John Craven is the show's most long-standing presenter, working on the programme for more than 30 years after joining the show the following year.
Regular presenters also include Matt Baker, Anita Rani, Ellie Harrison, Tom Heap, Adam Henson. Plus, Joe Crowley, Helen Skelton, Charlotte Smith, Margherita Taylor and Steve Brown also appear on the show.
Here is our weekly TV guide to Countryfile, including what's coming up on the show and what time it airs on BBC one.
Who are the Countryfile presenters this Sunday?
Joe Crowley and Adam Henson are the main presenters on Countryfile this week.
What is on BBC Countryfile this week?
Joe Crowley is on the south Devon coast, the stunning English Riviera where disco scallops are the talk of the town. A chance discovery that they react to lights could revolutionise scallop fishing. Joe also discovers how new technology can reveal some watery wonders without having to put a toe in the sea, and we meet the farming brothers who’ve turned to aquaponics.
Adam Henson meets the two final contenders going for glory in One Man and His Dog. For Scotland, it’s veteran Sandy and his dog Sam, while Dewi and Jock run for Wales.
John Craven catches up with the winner of Countryfile’s 2023 Calendar in aid of Children in Need, and we meet young Riley, who doesn’t let a rare lung condition stand in his way of conquering the world.
What time is Countryfile on?
This week’s BBC Countryfile is on BBC One at 5,15pm, Sunday 2nd October, 2022.
How far in advance is Countryfile filmed?
Countryfile is filmed one to two weeks in advance.