What is on BBC Countryfile this week?
The team are at Countryfile Live, set in the stunning grounds of Blenheim Palace. Matt Baker tries his hand scurry racing, where it takes skill to handle the horses and make the scurry take corners at speed.
Ellie Harrison meets the artist whose skill is taxidermy without the animals.
- BBC Countryfile Magazine Dog of the Year 2018
- How to reduce your use of plastics
- Our guide to hedgehogs: where to see and how to help hedgehogs in your garden
John Craven takes along his pet dachshund Dora and explores Churchill's love of dogs.
Steve Brown goes backstage at the first ever British charcuterie awards and meets the producers putting British meats on the map.
Adam Henson is with Blenheim's head shepherd finding out how to manage a flock of 1,500 sheep on a World Heritage site.
Tom Heap looks at the impact plastics are having on the environment. Anita Rani is joined by the winners of the Young Presenter Talent search.
Anita and ten-year-old Matilda get hands-on with hedgehogs and discover why, despite being endangered nationally, their numbers are on the rise in the grounds of the Blenheim estate. Thirteen-year-old Archie teams up with Anita to find out why fishing has increased 50 per cent amongst under-16s. While Archie gets some angling advice from a teenager helping to get more youngsters involved, Anita meets comedian and fishing fanatic Paul Whitehouse for his top tips. Anita and Archie then go head to head in a fish-off.
What time is BBC Countryfile on TV
This week BBC Countryfile is on at BBC One at 19:00 on Sunday 19 August 2018
Countryfile Live/Credit: Oliver Edwards
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