The Countryfile team visit England's most northerly county, Northumberland. Matt Baker looks into the area's bloody past and finds out why farmers were forced to build stone Bastle Houses to protect their families and their livestock. Julia Bradbury is on the Wallington Estate, where she delves into the history of the estate as well as seeing what is being done to protect the local white-clawed crayfish population. John Craven is in Northumberland's National Park meeting their newest ranger, and he also reveals the winners of this year's photographic competition, along with details of how to get hold of the calendar which is sold in aid of Children in Need. Adam is on his farm in the Cotswolds seeing how an understanding of dung beetles could help boost his crops, and Tom Heap investigates the disappearance of livestock markets.
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