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A night packed with treats for
fans – there’s the final episode on BBC1, a superb documentary on BBC4 and even
has donned its wellies to muscle in on all things Holmes with a look at the life of his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
John Craven and Helen Skelton are in Doyle’s beloved Surrey, where Craven explores the countryside and has a potter around the former home where Doyle wrote T
he Hound of the Baskervilles
Meanwhile, up in North Yorkshire, Adam Henson takes a look at a rare sheep breed and Tom Heap wonders whether the Government has kept its promise to rein in huge housing developments in the countryside.
John Craven and Helen Skelton head to Surrey, where he explores the countryside favoured by Arthur Conan Doyle and gets a peek inside the Sherlock Holmes author's former home, and she talks to an artist with an all-consuming passion for horses. Adam Henson is on the North Yorkshire coast to meet a farmer who keeps a rare breed of sheep - the Leicester longwool - and Tom Heap investigates whether Prime Minister David Cameron has kept his 2012 promise to stop big housing estates being built in the countryside next to villages.
Full Episode Guide
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The presenters share their love of nature - and their unusual fan mail
Countryfile’s Ellie Harrison on fanmail: "people always seem to comment on how a woman looks"
Britain’s best walks – from John Craven and his Countryfile co-presenters
“Dear Mr Gove...”: the Countryfile experts offer the Environment Secretary their advice in the build up to Brexit
Who is Anita Rani? Meet the presenter of My Family, Partition and Me: India 1947
Who is new Countryfile presenter Steve Brown? Meet the former Paralympian who is proving the doubters wrong again
Countryfile presenters Matt Baker, Helen Skelton and Adam Henson on why they can't live without their dogs
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Matt Baker reveals his Blue Peter dog Meg lives on in The Archers
Shows like The Archers and Countryfile allow city-dwellers to indulge their bucolic fantasies
50% off tickets to BBC Countryfile Live 2017 and FREE BBC Countryfile magazine
Alan Carr: “TV is a weird twilight zone of talent and ego”