Countryfile

Countryfile
Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury presents reports on the latest rural developments.
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  • Lancashire

    The team reports from Lancashire, where John Craven uncovers one of the county's hidden jewels, finding a landscape that was once a true spectacle, but is now almost lost to the ravages of time. Ellie Harrison explores the sculptural art of the region with a spectacular work built by a local artist to celebrate the Forest of Bowland's half-centenary as an area of outstanding natural beauty. Proud Yorkshireman Ian McMillan crosses the Pennines to meet local resident Tony Husband, who tries to convince the poet and writer of the virtues of Lancashire's countryside. Meanwhile, on his Cotswolds farm, Adam Henson sees his Exmoor ponies DNA-checked prior to them being rehomed and Tom Heap questions just how essential chemical products are to modern farming

  • Berkshire

    The team is in Berkshire, where John Craven visits the agricultural college and discovers the village of Cookham, the inspiration for artist Stanley Spencer. Shauna Lowry heads to a valley where hundreds of racehorses train each day, and meets the son of crime writer and jockey Dick Francis. Wildlife expert Sanjida O'Connell walks the Ridgeway, the Roman road that wends its way across the county, and discovers how the landscape has inspired writers, including Wind in the Willows author Kenneth Grahame. Tom Heap investigates measures to get tough against the persecutors of birds of prey

  • Crafts of the Countryside

    Ellie Harrison visits Acton Scott, a working farm steeped in the ways of the past, to try her hand at some of the traditional skills people still practise today, including blacksmithing and making a cob oven with a group of children as they learn this skill. She also looks back through the Countryfile archive for other items about the crafts of the countryside, including Matt Baker learning about wheelwrighting and Helen Skelton making rakes

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