Open Country

Open Country

Published by: BBC Radio 4
281 Episodes | First Released: Sep 4 '10 | 🇬🇧
Countryside magazine featuring the people and wildlife that shape the landscape of the British Isles
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Chandler's Lost Pony
Aug 12 '19
Rating:   10
A great insight into the countryside

Despite not being able see their location, the presenters of this show really do an amazing job taking you to all the places they visit.

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verydissapointed9999
Aug 7 '15
Rating:   10
A little tip for listening to this podcast.

I love listening to Open Country, while walking the location of topic using Street View on Google maps. It’s almost like your there.

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The Alaska Rambler
Jan 4 '12
Rating:   10
To my fellow Ramblers

I listen to the podcast, on my area walks, it provides me with a dreamlike insight to other areas and groups.

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Tillytule
Oct 22 '11
Rating:   10
You're gonna LOVE this!

I love this podcast. Such a variety of locations, topics, all surrounding walks or hikes in Britain. I really must get a British Atlas. Give this a try, if you enjoy all things British, you'll enjoy this. Very well done.

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crochetster
Aug 1 '11
Rating:   10
Love it!

This is one of my favorite podcasts. Always informative and entertaining.

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newbiedoo
Sep 9 '10
Rating:   10
Very enjoyable

I just discovered this podcast and am really enjoying it. I've always wanted to do a walking tour in England, so this allows me some genuine insight into what these areas are like. Informative and real, not just some cutie-pie version of rural England.

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kopite8
Mar 31 '10
Rating:   10
Amazing!

Give it a chance, one of my favorite podcast.

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swingin old town
Oct 29 '09
Rating:   10
lost in the city

I live just down the river from Washington D.C.but for most of the 70's was lucky enough to live in Arundel, West Sussex. I loved to go on long walks on the South Downs, and never stopped being amazed at the public access given walkers So hearing these podcasts has inspired me to get back over to the UK and start tackling some of the most beautiful walking trails in the world. I look forward to the weekly podcasts and listen to them on my commute, or whenever I start to pine for the countryside. please keep more of these coming, and Claire, you've got one of the great jobs out there.

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