Matt Baker finds out how Cambridge University students have an impact on the countryside.
The team present the first ever Countryfile Ramble for BBC Children in Need.
Matt joins the Jones family in Conwy at the start of the mussel-fishing season.
This edition of the countryside magazine revels in the colours of autumn.
Matt visits Lyme Park, hoping for a glimpse of the annual red deer rut.
Anita Rani and Helen Skelton are on the coast of Morecambe Bay in Lancashire.
Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison present Countryfile One Man and His Dog 2015.
Adam Henson is in the Lake District discovering the joys of the great outdoors.
Matt Baker launches the countdown to the first Countryfile Ramble for Children in Need.
John Craven takes to the skies with the Environment Agency in Cumbria.
In this harvest-themed programme, Matt visits an old-fashioned farm in Buckinghamshire.
Matt and Anita are in Wales' largest county, Powys. Harvest approaches on Adam's farm.
Joe and Anita explore the Country Land and Business Association's annual game fair.
John Craven travels to Llandudno to look at what it takes to make a great summer holiday.
The team look at all things sheep. Tom finds out why lamb prices are plummeting.
The Countryfile team visit the Kent County Show for their summer special.
Tom Heap has the results of the national survey on rural crime.
In Derbyshire, Matt Baker visits Eyam, known as the plague village.
In Cornwall, Matt Baker tests his sea legs on the hunt for basking sharks.
John Craven explores the working landscape of Dartmoor both past and present.
In East Yorkshire, Ellie meets the fishermen who are fishing for litter.
Ellie goes bird spotting in Nottingham city centre with urban birder David Lindo.
In Somerset, Ellie meets a man who makes furniture out of nothing but deer antlers.
On the Channel Islands, Matt Baker explores the legacy of naturalist Gerald Durrell.
Countryfile visits Warwickshire, where Matt Baker explores Charlecote Park.
Anita Rani returns to Bradford to explore the countryside on the edge of the city.
Countryfile celebrates Britain's farming heroes past and present.
As the landscape bursts back into life, the team celebrate spring.
John Craven meets a wheelchair user who aims to make the countryside more accessible.
Ellie Harrison, John Craven and Anita Rani explore Britain's woodlands.