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Explore the British countryside and delve into the big rural issues with the team at BBC Countryfile Magazine. Follow us on walks into beautiful places and meet fascinating people. Please subscribe! To find out more about the British countryside, visit www.countryfile.com
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Explore the British countryside and delve into the big rural issues with the team at BBC Countryfile Magazine. Follow us on walks into beautiful places and meet fascinating people. Please subscribe! To find out more about the British countryside, visit www.countryfile.com
Subscribe to the print version of BBC Countryfile Magazine at https://www.buysubscriptions.com/print/bbc-countryfile-magazine-subscription

    The quest to find the true source of the Thames continues…

    The quest to find the true source of the Thames continues…

    After last episode's adventure finding the official source of the River Thames near Cirencester, the team head north deeper into the Cotswolds in search of the beginnings of the River Churn, which some people believe is the true source of England's greatest river. But there's a further surprise in store. Listen on to find out how they got on. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 17 min.
    Search for the true source of the River Thames – a mystery adventure part 1

    Search for the true source of the River Thames – a mystery adventure part 1

    The River Thames is Britain's most famous river but how many people have actually journeyed to its source? Fergus Collins braves floods and marshes to head upstream into the Cotswolds and track down the very beginnings of what Churchill described as the "golden thread running through our history". But what if the official spring at Thameshead isn't the true source? Listen on to hear a journey of watery discovery. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 43 min.
    On the trail of killer whales in Shetland

    On the trail of killer whales in Shetland

    Shetland is becoming increasingly well known for its killer whale population – learn more about them as travel writer James Fair heads to Shetland mainland to talk to Hugh Harrop of Shetland Wildlife They also chat about the realities of life in winter so far north and other wildlife treasures of these magical isles. We are also pleased to announce that the BBC Countryfile Magazine podcast has been shortlisted for a Publisher Podcast Awards 2020. Image from Getty Images For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 32 min.
    Escape to south Devon in the company of broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby

    Escape to south Devon in the company of broadcaster Jonathan Dimbleby

    Writer, broadcaster and farmer Jonathan Dimbleby discusses his grand vision for the countryside, his love of horses and hunting and his life on TV and radio, while walking with our own Annabel Ross in the south Devon countryside. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 47 min.
    A delightful chat about natural history and fly fishing in the Peak District

    A delightful chat about natural history and fly fishing in the Peak District

    Jim Dixon collects and sells classic books on fly fishing from his bookshop in the Peak District town of Bakewell. Angler Andrew Griffiths meets with Jim to discuss the greatest book of fishing and natural history ever written – The Compleat Angler by Isaak Walton. Join them for a delightful chat about fly fishing, natural history and the British countryside For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 23 min.
    Should we eat more game? A fascinating discussion at stunning Stourhead in Wiltshire

    Should we eat more game? A fascinating discussion at stunning Stourhead in Wiltshire

    Meet Annette Woolcock who promotes the eating of game through the organisation Taste of Game. Listen on for a fascinating discussion of the merits of eating wild meat PLUS the pros and cons of shooting in the modern British countryside. You can vote in the Eat Game Awards mentioned in the podcast until 29 February. Editor Fergus Collins hosts this podcast in the wonderful setting of the National Trust's Stourhead Estate in Wiltshire. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 31 min.

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