“The journalism within Countryfile is the heartbeat of the programme,” said executive editor Bill Lyons, who was talking to a full house at the Everyman Cinema for an RTS Bristol Centre event celebrating the long-running BBC One magazine programme.
Over the years, Countryfile has investigated the countryside protest marches, foot and mouth disease, and rural domestic violence. “We don’t shy away from the grittiness of the countryside,” said Joanna Brame, who produces the series for BBC Bristol.
Morgana Robinson’s The Agency
BBC Two, 10pm
Comedian and impressionist Morgana Robinson (The Windsors, Toast of London) stars in this new mockumentary series about a fictional talent agency, in which she plays the entire roster of celeb talent.
Sarah Beeny’s Four Rooms
More 4, 9pm
RTS award-winning Four Rooms is back with a new host, Sarah Beeny. A cross between Antiques Roadshow and Dragons' Den, the programme sees members of the public try and sell their prized items to stone-faced dealers for a good price.
Meet the twelve contestants competing for the title of Britain’s best amateur baker this year:
Andrew is a Northern Irish aerospace engineer who is currently living in Derby. When he’s not designing jet engines, he’s pushing the boundaries of baking to create complex edible structures – his next project is a Concorde made out of baguettes.
Bringing together the creative team behind the broadcaster's recent retelling of Christie's And Then There Were None, the new two-part drama will be produced by Mammoth Screen and written by Sarah Phelps.
Starring Toby Jones as solicitor John Mayhew, the plot follows the court case of Leonard Vole, heir to a large fortune, who is charged with killing his benefactor Emily French.
One of Us will explore morality and human nature, as the lines between right and wrong become blurred.
It is set in the wake of the murder of two childhood sweethearts – just after their honeymoon.
Their families, living in the remote Highland village of Braeston, are shell-shocked when the murderer arrives on their doorstep the night after the killing.
Age Before Beauty is set in a family-run Manchester beauty salon and explores the modern fascination with staying young.
The series follows Bel, wife of Wesley for 25 years, who has spent the last two decades raising their twins. Now that the twins have left to go to university, Bel is left trying to fill that void.
Her brother-in-law and best friend, Teddy, asks her to step in and rescue their family's struggling beauty salon.
Ant and Dec are nominated for the Entertainment Performance award and will battle it out against The Last Leg's Adam Hills and A League Of Their Own's Jack Whitehall. The Last Leg also receives a nomination for Entertainment programme where it will complete against Release the Hounds and The Graham Norton Show.
Tyger Drew-Honey is an actor and documentary presenter. He is famous for his role as Jake in BBC One's Outnumbered.
He currently stars in BBC sitcom series, Cuckoo as Dylan Thompson.
Here he explains what it takes to become an actor.