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Countrywise

Countrywise is British Nature TV series. Produced by ITV Productions. Stars: Paul Heiney, Ben Fogle, Liz Bonnin. It debuted on Mar 12, 2009, on ITV.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Countrywise Are Out: 8 (125 episodes)

Season 9

ITV

Season 8

Season premieres on September 9, 2016

Finale: December 22, 2016

ITV, 15 episodes

Season 7

Season premieres on October 19, 2015

ITV, 8 episodes

Season 6

2014, ITV, 8 episodes

Season 5

2013, ITV, 8 episodes

Season 4

2012, ITV, 10 episodes

Season 3

2011, ITV, 12 episodes

Season 2

2010, ITV, 28 episodes

Season 1

2009, ITV, 36 episodes

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Countrywise TV Listings

Countrywise is on ITV (United Kingdom) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 8 Episode 15 (Episode 15) - Air Date: Dec 22, 2016 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

Who is Liz Bonnin? Animals Behaving Badly, Wild Alaska Live and Countrywise presenter - The Sun - per Thesun

Other more recent projects include:  Bang Goes The Theory, How the Earth Works – Can Krakatoa Stop Time, Animals in Love, Stargazing Live, Big Blue Live, Cats v Dogs: Which is Best? And Should We Close Our Zoos?

'Countrywise: Secret Wild Places' mostly took us to places that were neither wild nor secret - review - The Telegraph - by Telegraph

Lundy didn’t seem a bad place to start, an island in the Bristol Channel surrounded by the UK’s only marine conservation zone. But while Bonnin took to the waters to meet the local seals and jellyfish, she spent more time telling us about Lundy’s wildlife riches than showing them to us. And, lovely as it was, Lundy never seemed so very secret.

Who is Liz Bonnin? Animals Behaving Badly, Wild Alaska Live and Countrywise presenter - The Irish Sun - by Thesun

Other more recent projects include:  Bang Goes The Theory, How the Earth Works – Can Krakatoa Stop Time, Animals in Love, Stargazing Live, Big Blue Live, Cats v Dogs: Which is Best? And Should We Close Our Zoos?

Countrywise goes secretly wild - The Northern Echo - by Thenorthernecho

New series. Timothy West and Prunella Scales embark on more waterway adventures, beginning 14 miles west of Venice on the Brenta, a river that was first adapted to canal-life in the 13th Century. Lined with palaces which were once holiday homes for Venetian nobility, they follow the route that Casanova and Lord Byron took to the city. After crossing the Venetian lagoon, Tim and Pru arrive at St Mark's Square, where they escape the busy Grand Canal and discover the tranquillity and beauty of the smaller canals that tourists rarely see.

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