Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison are in the Brecklands of Norfolk.
The team explore Hampshire. Tom Heap investigates the potential of tidal power in the UK.
Adam Henson explores rock pools and tracks down a wallaby on the Isle of Man.
The team explore the watery east of Northern Ireland.
The team are in rural Cheshire. Matt Baker is finding out about agricultural apprentices.
In Pembrokeshire for St David's Day, Anita Rani visits the most westerly farm in Wales.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison explore Suffolk, finding out about erosion.
The team explore life in Gloucestershire ten years on from the hunting ban.
Ellie Harrison reports from Leicestershire on the drastic decline in farmland birds.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker are in West Yorkshire.
The team are in the Highlands of Scotland following in the footsteps of poet Robert Burns.
Matt Baker discovers a piece of equipment being used to enable wheelchair users to abseil.
The team are in Somerset, revisiting some of the areas and people hit by 2014's floods.
Adam Henson presents a special edition of Countryfile looking at rare breed farm animals.
John Craven is on the South Downs gathering goodies to throw his own festive party.
The team go out and about before meeting up at the Christmas market in Bath.
Ellie Harrison and Matt Baker are in the Clwydian range in North Wales.
John Craven and Helen Skelton are in East Sussex.
Countryfile is in Lancashire. John Craven finds a landscape buried beneath undergrowth.
Countryfile is in Berkshire, where John Craven visits the county's agricultural college.
Ellie looks back through the Countryfile archive to revisit the crafts of the countryside.
Countryfile explores the First World War's legacy on the landscape of the western front.
The team visit the Isle of Wight, where Matt Baker strolls along the UK's oldest pier.
The team visit Hadrian's Wall and experience some of the best dark skies in England.
In this seasonal special the team look at how autumn marks a time of transformation.
John Craven explores the life and work of the composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Tom looks at how crops could be modified to carry health-giving substances like omega 3.
Countryfile plays host to the 2014 One Man and His Dog sheepdog trials.
Matt Baker discovers the story of a WWII bomber which crashed on Dartmoor.
Jules Hudson is given access to the MOD training grounds in the Brecklands.