I picked up a copy of the BBC Countryfile Magazine yesterday. It is a glossy mag and looks similar to BBC Wildlife and BBC History Magazines.
As British readers will no doubt guess it is an extension of the excellent TV programme of the same name and is very much a magazine version of the TV programme. Unlike BBC Wildlife it is very Britain centric.
There are sections on "real" food, Country Books, TV & Radio, Country News, reviews and letters. The Decemeber issue has an article on dog sledding in Scotland, one about whether the White Christmas is gone forever, a feature "From Farm to Fork", an article on the North East and another article on the top 10 follies. There is also 15 pages of green advice on recycled paper - seems a bit faux in a predominantl glossy magazine.
A feature that I particularly like was a series of "pub walks/rides". You get 10 cards with walks/rides, there is a map and a list of things to look for and photo opportunities. Each features a pub for a meal/drink/rest.
I'm not certain if this is a magazine i'll buy regularly but its certainly one I will have a look at.