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Countryfile

This is a Sunday-morning television programme by the BBC which first aired in 1988 and reports on rural and environmental issues within the United Kingdom. It is presented primarily by John Craven, with reports from a pool of presenters. The issues which it addresses are generally those within the rural public consciousness of the UK, such as animal-culling, fox hunting, organic farming, EU agricultural policy, pollution, and open access land, and as such the nature of the programme is often highly political, sometimes airing debates between pressure groups. In recent years, the show has hardly featured farming issues, and concentrates on rural arts and sports, using recorded segments which are often repeated several times over a period of a year or two.

Show Info

Airs on:

BBC One at 7:00 pm BST

Runtime:

60 min.

Status:

Running

Rating:

0/5 (0 ratings)

More Info:

IMDb | TheTVDB

Previous Episode

Name:

Fife

Local Date:

Sun Jul 16, 2017

Local Time:

2:00 pm

Season:

29
Episode:
29

Next Episode

Name:

Wiltshire

Countdown:

2 days 15 hours

Local Date:

Sun Jul 23, 2017

Local Time:

2:00 pm

Season:

29
Episode:
30

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