This review is admittedly based on limited viewing of the series, though I wanted to post a review in response to the other one (by Mr. Tariq Aslam "dherique").
I feel that this reviewer's criticisms are entirely unjustified, and they seem to be based upon a very biased view of what the series SHOULD be about. The series is quite obviously supposed to be an informative and light-hearted guide to the UK countryside for the general viewer, and NOT an in-depth analysis of the issues and problems associated with living and working in the countryside.
I get the impression that certain people who live in the countryside can sometimes have something of an elitist/clan mentality, almost seeming to resent the fact that town- and city-dwellers take an interst in the countryside without necessarily having a full understanding or appreciation of the issues and problems faced by those who live there (though people who live in towns and cities also have issues and problems, including those that people in the countryside don't have to face). A huge number of people like to visit the countryside, whether it's for walking, enjoying the wildlife or simply visiting beautiful places, and there is nothing wrong with TV programming that caters for this target audience. This series seems to be very much in the general tradition of 'Countryfile' and 'Coast', and as such it is interesting and informative, while at the same time being light-hearted and entertaining.
In summary, for those with a general interest in the British countryside, this series is well worth watching.