Did you catch the Malverns on this week's Countryfile programme?
The programme featured some fantastic views of the Malverns and the hillfort of British Camp was a focal point for the Countryfile presenters.
We're proud to care for such a large part of this iconic landscape for people and wildlife. Our highlights from the programme included seeing cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason on his first visit to the Malverns, a special place that inspired the composer Edward Elgar.
Mel Mason from West Midlands Butterfly Conservation also provided a fantastic demonstration of the reintroduction project for the Pearl Bordered Fritillary butterfly on the slopes of the Hills.
If you'd like to see the gas lamps that appear in the stories of Narnia, you can find the gas lamp that Lynn Jones was working on at Westminster Bank, just below Sugarloaf Hill.
You may also have spotted some of the grazing sheep that are playing an important role in conserving the ancient monument of British Camp.
If you missed Countryfile, you can watch it back on BBC iPlayer.