The Countryfile team is in Worcestershire. Matt Baker visits Witley Court, which was one of England's most stunning country houses until it burned down in 1937. Now, Witley Court is a spectacular ruin which still holds the clues to a bygone age.
Helen Skelton is in the Wyre Forest, one of the largest remaining ancient woodlands in Britain, where she hunts for the creatures who make this special habitat their home. Helen also visits the county's famous apple orchards, where she sees how essential they are for our winter birds, and cooks up a Malvern pudding with some of the apples from the orchard.
Jules Hudson is also in the county, on the Severn Valley Railway, meeting the volunteers who spend the winter months spring cleaning the trains and the tracks.
Every year we throw away millions of tonnes of food in the UK, so could some hungry animals stop it all going to waste? Tom Heap looks at the idea that discarded food could be turned into pigswill. But, as he discovers, not everyone is quite so keen.
Adam Henson heads to Somerset, one of the areas worst affected by the winter floods, to meet a farmer who is battling on despite more than 95% of his land being under water.
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