The joys of spring
Discover 10 ways to slow down and savour the new season, plus the curious history of Britain's bunnies, wildflower walks and more...
Discover the North Coast 500
Get ready for the ride of your life on this spectacular 516-mile adventure along Britain’s bonniest road. Follow the Highlands’ northern coast over mountain passes and through crofting villages to stunning beaches and pine woodlands.
Read all about the curious history of Britain’s rabbits and how they have shaped our landscapes and our lives.
As the new season sets in, take the time to savour its splendours, from the fresh scent of awakening rivers to the simple pleasure of a spring picnic.
Women of the wilderness
BBC Countryfile Magazine’s digital editor Carys Matthews heads off to a remote beach on the Moray coast to test her skills on a women’s bushcraft retreat.
Reviving our Woods
There is a way to restore life to Britain’s struggling small woodlands – it involves a chainsaw and a healthy dose of tough love, says award-winning writer John Lewis-Stempel.
The Italianate village of Portmeirion sits incongruously on the coast of north Wales. What led its architect to build this eccentric creation?
Countryside issues with John Craven
The unseen rise in rural homelessness
Behind the headlines: Dog attacks on livestock
Why are dogs attacking sheep and other livestock, and what can be done about it?
Folk musician Karine Polwart discusses the dawn chorus on Fala Moor and the lasting power of the land.