John Craven visits Slimbridge to mark the centenary of the birth of Sir Peter Scott.
John Craven marks St David's Day by heading to the hills of Pumlumon in mid Wales.
John Craven visits Kew Gardens to celebrate its 250th anniversary.
John Craven marks the 1,000th episode by revisiting the story of the foot-and-mouth crisis
John heads to Cambridge University, while Miriam O'Reilly looks at Britain's rat problem.
John Craven assesses the impact of a marine improvement programme on the Norfolk coast.
John Craven explores the New Forest, where controversial plans are causing concern.
John Craven visits the Cairngorm Mountains to assess the ski season and taste the whisky.
A look at how the British countryside is transformed with the passing of each season.
John Craven celebrates the nation's love affair with the horse.
John Craven investigates the Christmas preparations in Scotland's Cairngorms.
John Craven explores the mines in the Forest of Dean in Gloucester.
John Craven visits the Lake District to mark 75 years of the mountain rescue service.
John Craven heads to Wytham Woods in Oxfordshire to study the effects of climate change.
John Craven heads to the Fal Estuary in Cornwall as oyster fishing season gets underway.
Countryfile marks Remembrance Sunday by heading to Cannock Chase in Staffordshire.
John Craven visits the farm bought by the public for four million pounds.
John Craven heads to Calke Abbey in Derbyshire as it prepares to celebrate Halloween.
John Craven visits Calder Valley to discover how the countryside inspired poet Ted Hughes.
John Craven reveals why there's more to Stonehenge than its mysterious standing stones.
John Craven heads for Castle Howard in North Yorkshire.
The team visits the village of Cerne Abbas and reports on British blueberries.
Countryfile Photographic Competition with its theme of Animals in Action is judged.
John Craven heads to Dunster in Somerset, where a castle is getting a green makeover.
John Craven heads to Warwickshire, where this year's harvest is in full swing.
John Craven with a special celebration of the sporting events that are part of rural life.
John Craven heads to the countryside of Leith Hill in Dorking.
John Craven visits Weymouth as it prepares to host the 2012 Olympic sailing events.
John Craven visits a game fair in Oxfordshire, while Charlotte Smith sees the pea harvest.