TV presenter Helen Skelton has said she wants her two sons to have a love of the great outdoors and be “that kind of feral little thing that little boys are meant to be”.
Countryfile rambling is returning across the UK to raise money for disadvantaged children.
John Craven has said one of the best parts of his job is being considered a friend by people he has never met.
The Princess Royal will speak about the importance of horses and ponies in the lives of people with disabilities during an appearance on BBC’s Countryfile.
BBC Studios has retained the contract to make Countryfile after bidding from other producers.
Countryfile will reveal plans to reintroduce golden eagles to Wales after an absence of 200 years.
Matt Baker, Anita Rani and their fellow Countryfile presenters are heading out on a series of rambles across the UK for BBC Children In Need.
Countryfile star Anita Rani says she feels “emotional” about children not getting out into the countryside.
John Craven has said he thinks Countryfile’s regular Sunday time slot is largely the key to its popularity, as well as the programme’s lack of swearing and sex.
Countryfile presenter Tom Heap has suggested school children should be made to visit abattoirs in order to improve their understanding of where their food comes from.
Countryfile’s Anita Rani has said the royal family is setting a great example by highlighting rural issues.
The Queen’s knowledge and passion for farming and the environment will be showcased in three special episodes of Countryfile set on the royal estates.
Countryfile is heading to the Queen’s private estates at Balmoral and Sandringham.
High-speed engineering will meet nature as hit shows Top Gear and Countryfile come together to revamp the humble tractor next year.
A TV presenter has helped mark a new nature reserve in the North-east.
The scenic landscapes of the North-east will be seen by millions this weekend, when Aberdeenshire turns the focus of a flagship BBC show.