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  • 2022
  • 28 Seasons
  • 6.3  (146)

This gorgeous UK ratings hit shines a spotlight on the people, places and stories making news in the British countryside.

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The Cairngorms
53. The Cairngorms
January 9, 2022
Sean Fletcher is in the snowy Cairngorms to mark the centenary of the death of the great explorer Ernest Shackleton.
Review of the Year
52. Review of the Year
January 2, 2022
John Craven pays tribute to inspirational young people who are doing their bit for farming and the countryside, including volunteers, rangers and a 14-year-old shepherdess.
51. 27/12/2021
December 27, 2021
At Lacock Abbey, Charlotte Smith uncovers some age-old cures for festive overindulgence.
Countryfile at Christmas
50. Countryfile at Christmas
December 19, 2021
Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith head to Christmas Common in Oxfordshire, home to one of the biggest Christmas tree farms in the country, to celebrate the festive season.
Malvern Hills
49. Malvern Hills
December 12, 2021
Matt Baker and Anita Rani explore the beauty of the Malvern Hills and discover how this area inspired writers such as JRR Tolkien and CS Lewis and composer Edward Elgar.
Kielder Forest
48. Kielder Forest
December 5, 2021
Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith are in Northumberland to explore England's largest forest, and Joe Crowley investigates the impact of big building projects on wildlife.
Compton Verney
47. Compton Verney
November 28, 2021
At the Compton Verney estate in Warwickshire, Ellie Harrison and Joe Crowley learn about Britain's 'Michelangelo of wood', master carver Grinling Gibbons.
Staffordshire National Memorial Arboretum
45. Staffordshire National Memorial Arboretum
November 14, 2021
Ellie Harrison visits the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire, and Adam Henson discovers why military veterans have just the right skills to be the farmers of tomorrow.
Plant Britain
44. Plant Britain
November 7, 2021
The team celebrate the magic of trees and hedgerows, Charlotte Smith finds out about green careers, and Matt Baker meets a six-year-old environmentalist with big ambitions.
43. Newlyn
October 31, 2021
Joe Crowley and Ellie Harrison are in Cornwall, exploring the fishing port of Newlyn with a remarkable secret history.
Countryfile Ramble for BBC Children in Need 2021
42. Countryfile Ramble for BBC Children in Need 2021
October 24, 2021
The team head out across the UK to meet inspirational youngsters who are participating in the Countryfile Ramble for BBC Children in Need.
Wild Britain
41. Wild Britain
October 17, 2021
Steve Brown is on the Isle of Mull in the hope of realising a lifetime ambition: to see white-tailed eagles in the wild.
Harvest Special
40. Harvest Special
October 10, 2021
As harvest time arrives, the team consider the big changes on the horizon for British agriculture and meet the machines and robots that could be the farmers of the future.
One Man and His Dog 2021
38. One Man and His Dog 2021
September 26, 2021
Matt Baker and Helen Skelton introduce this year's contest from Penryhn Castle in Gwynedd.
Bromyard Hops
37. Bromyard Hops
September 19, 2021
Anita Rani is in Herefordshire to discover the secrets behind the great hop revival and to meet one of the last pickers who harvested hops by hand.
36. Countryfile
September 12, 2021
Charlotte Smith is in County Down, Northern Ireland, catching up with the dairy farming Lilburn family after our last visit in June.
35. Islands
September 5, 2021
Joe Crowley is on Isle Martin, a dot of an island off the west coast of Scotland, as it prepares to host Scotland's very first seaweed festival.
West Yorkshire
34. West Yorkshire
November 20, 2016
In West Yorkshire, Matt Baker meets the youngsters who have become RSPB rangers. Anita Rani meets an author who immerses himself in the landscape.
Offa's Dyke Path
33. Offa's Dyke Path
August 22, 2021
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison are on the border of England and Wales to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Offa's Dyke Path, while Adam Henson calculates the carbon footprint of his farm.
32. Coniston
August 15, 2021
In the Lake District, Steve Brown meets first-generation farmers to find out how they are diversifying. Sean Fletcher visits a farm in Monmouthshire that has branched out into music.
31. Herefordshire
October 30, 2016
Matt looks at Herefordshire's historic perry-making industry and helps out with the pear harvest. He starts out at Weston's, the world's biggest producers of perry.
Food and Drink
30. Food and Drink
August 1, 2021
Joe Crowley and chef Romy Gill celebrate the glories of seasonal food. Joe also delves into the world of no-dig farming and helps pack orders at a veg box business.
Isle of Wight
29. Isle of Wight
October 16, 2016
Matt and Anita explore the Isle of Wight. Matt abseils down the walls of Carisbrooke Castle, while Anita is on Ventnor Downs helping to round up feral goats.
Rivers & Waterways
28. Rivers & Waterways
October 9, 2016
Matt meets a writer who draws inspiration from the Thames Estuary and its people, and Naomi meets a photographer captivated by the waterfall at Lydford Gorge.
Isle of Purbeck
27. Isle of Purbeck
July 11, 2021
Matt Baker and Margherita Taylor visit the stunning Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, looking at the changes the coastline has gone through over the centuries.
Wimbledon Common
26. Wimbledon Common
July 4, 2021
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison explore Wimbledon Common to celebrate its 150th anniversary, meeting its mounted rangers and the daughter of the creator of the Wombles.
25. Cumbria
June 27, 2021
Adam Henson and Charlotte Smith are in the stunning Cumbrian Hills as we catch up with the formidable mother and son farming duo Andrea and Hector Meanwell.
24. Anglesey
September 11, 2016
Anita Rani explores Anglesey, off the north west coast of Wales. She navigates the notorious Menai Strait and meets the fisherman who bought an island.
23. Harvest
September 4, 2016
It is harvest time, and the countryside is buzzing with activity. The Countryfile team are getting stuck in as crops are brought in across the country.
22. Norfolk/Suffolk
June 6, 2021
Charlotte Smith meets farmers making Britain's only raw brie, and Adam Henson looks at how science is using biobanks to secure the future of rare breeds.
Llŷn Peninsula
21. Llŷn Peninsula
May 29, 2021
Matt Baker and Margherita Taylor visit the stunning Llyn Peninsula in north Wales, where they find out about tidal energy, sea grass and mountain goats.
Plant Britain Spring Special
20. Plant Britain Spring Special
May 23, 2021
A special episode about encouraging community gardens and planting wildflowers in a two-year initiative to help combat climate change, help wildlife and pollinators and transform our own wellbeing.
White Peak
19. White Peak
May 16, 2021
Matt Baker and Charlotte Smith head to the Peak District to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the UK's first national park.
Cranborne Chase
18. Cranborne Chase
May 9, 2021
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison uncover the wonders of Cranborne Chase, and Steve Brown goes stargazing in the UK's first designated dark sky reserve.
John Craven's Best of Britain
17. John Craven's Best of Britain
May 2, 2021
As John Craven celebrates 50 years as a BBC presenter, on this - his 1,250th episode of Countryfile - he opens up a treasure trove of memories of some of his favourite parts of Britain.
16. Meadows
July 17, 2016
The Countryfile team explore meadows, from the wildlife that makes the meadow its home to the plants that thrive there. Matt Baker discovers the art of scything.
Hambleden Valley
15. Hambleden Valley
April 18, 2021
Sean Fletcher tours the Hambleden Valley in Buckinghamshire, and Charlotte Smith investigates whether UK farmers can cover any shortfall in the number of seasonal farm workers.
14. Pembrokshire
July 3, 2016
John Craven takes to the water in Pembrokeshire to find out about the area's boating heritage, painting boats and learning sea shanties along the way.
The Daffodil Way
13. The Daffodil Way
April 4, 2021
Ellie visits the 'golden triangle' in Gloucestershire, an area famous for daffodils. Villagers there recall how the flowers were sent by rail on the 'daffodil line' to cities across the country.
Greensand Ridge
12. Greensand Ridge
March 28, 2021
Joe Crowley joins a survey of heron populations, finds out about a new national DNA database for toads, and helps map the amount of plastic polluting the countryside.
First Signs of Spring
11. First Signs of Spring
March 21, 2021
Ellie Harrison celebrates the arrival of spring in the Cotswolds and finds out about a scheme to enable wheelchair users to enjoy tougher terrain in the great outdoors.
Lambing Special
10. Lambing Special
March 14, 2021
Ellie joins Adam and his team for 48 hours of lambing action. She soon faces the emotions of the life-or-death decisions faced during this hectic season.
Colne Valley
9. Colne Valley
March 7, 2021
At the Colne Valley Regional Park on the edge of London, Charlotte Smith does battle with an invasive specie and helps secure a future for one of our most endangered mammals, the water vole.
Veggie Theme
8. Veggie Theme
May 22, 2016
To mark National Vegetarian Week, Countryfile takes a look at all things veggie, including the threats facing vegetable producers.
Spring Special
7. Spring Special
May 15, 2016
A snapshot of spring, including dolphins in Cardigan Bay, one of the UK's last remaining hay meadows, a Roman fort in Alderney, and a large vegetated shingle spit.
Helen on Crompton Moor
6. Helen on Crompton Moor
February 14, 2021
Margherita Taylor looks through the Countryfile archives to celebrate some winter heroes.
Conservation Compilation
5. Conservation Compilation
May 1, 2016
Ellie Harrison visits the South Haven Peninsula in Dorset to tell the story of conservation's unsung hero Captain Cyril Diver.
Ellie's Home Turf
4. Ellie's Home Turf
January 31, 2021
In Gloucestershire, Ellie Harrison finds out why gardening is now on prescription and learns about the precarious future facing Britain's favourite mammal, the hedgehog.
Dumfries and Galloway
3. Dumfries and Galloway
April 17, 2016
Joe Crowley meets a woman who looks after a herd of Belted Galloway cattle. Anita Rani joins photographer Keith Kirk after dark, looking for wildlife.
2. Mendips
January 17, 2021
Ellie Harrison and Tom Heap are in the Mendips looking at how this stunning but fragile area is being protected from the invasion of visitors.
New Year, New Me
1. New Year, New Me
January 10, 2021
The team look for ways we can make the countryside a bigger part of our lives. Matt Baker tries his hand at canicross, Helen Skelton sets out to buy local, and Adam Henson gets creative with clay.

This gorgeous UK ratings hit shines a spotlight on the people, places and stories making news in the British countryside. Countryfile is a series that is currently running and has 28 seasons (52 episodes). The series first aired on February 13, 2022.

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Countryfile is available for streaming on the BritBox website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Countryfile on demand at Amazon Prime.

  • Premiere Date
    February 13, 2022
  • IMDB Rating
    6.3  (146)