The rural news magazine for those who live and work in the Welsh countryside.
Rachael Garside visits Swansea Market to find out why more people becoming Vegan.
Rachael Garside takes a look back at the highlights of the Country Focus year.
A prickly look at holly, a popular natural ornament for the festive season.
Japanese Welsh beef, breeding alpaca and why kindling is good for 'esteam'.
A row over alternative medicine for animals, and sweet chestnut trees are under threat.
Programme serving everyone living in the countryside, and tackling issues affecting them.
Behind the scenes of the Mid Wales Opera Company.
Plastic in our seas, drive with care in the countryside and saving a rare habitat.
An escaped Lynx, sheep's milk and medicinal use of an invasive limpet.
A new local food initiative sweeping the country.
Serving everyone living in the countryside, and tackling issues affecting them.
The reserve on Anglesey celebrating 40 years of managing a spectacular coastal habitat.
Investigating a spike in American foulbrood disease, and picking pumpkins in Pembrokeshire
After the holiday season, what is it like to live in a community by the seaside?
Programme tackling issues affecting everyone living in the countryside.
Eating oysters, selling milk at the farm gate and the sculptor.
Time to pitch up a tent and spend the night under canvas in the Welsh countryside.
A look at the cut-flower industry in Wales.
Live from the showground ahead of 2017's Royal Welsh Agricultural Show.
An interview with the Welsh rural affairs minister and exploring our coastline.
A city deal-type package for rural Wales, plus why rescuing parrots is a lifetime job.
Country Focus meets owls and flies falcons in Pembrokeshire.
Rural news and issues, including the Welsh government's approach to tackling bovine TB.
Featuring a project to save the Llangollen Whitebeam, plus artisan rosewater producers.
Rachael Garside meet a Wales Air Ambulance crew in Dafen, near Llanelli.
A journey around the rural pubs of Flintshire as the micro-brewing industry enjoys a boom.
Cultivating an essential ingredient for beer and looking for cuckoos in Ceredigion.