The Great British Countryside covers an area equivalent to a trillion football pitches. Probably. We don our boots to roam a rural expanse rich with doggers, mentally scarred artists, and You Are Here signs that are out to get you.
From their friendly manner to their tasty minced flesh, cows are always there for us. We sample milk straight from the udder, meet a demented farmer who breeds cows with goats, and ask where our bovine friends go to at night.
The only way to truly experience the beauty, majesty and unforgiving wrath of Mother Nature? Camping. We visit an eco-campsite with tent-free tents, meet Scouts doing their camping online, and reveal why you should NEVER run near guy ropes.
Stately homes are dotted all over the countryside, like liver spots on a doddery old duke. We explore the houses used to film TV shows like Whooping Cough Manor, join a historical Brexit re-enactment, and get trapped inside a transcendental doll's house.