Jules Hudson visits Cannock Chase, in Staffordshire, to find out about its military past.
Helen Mark visits the working ponies of the Reay Forest estate in Sutherland.
Felicity Evans visits Fenland Cambridgeshire in search of a Victorian vicar and naturalist
Helen Mark visits Lyme Regis' Undercliffs, a jungle created by 200 years of landslips.
Felicity Evans follows the Pembrokeshire footsteps of abstract artist Graham Sutherland.
Helen Mark is in Scottish Dumfries and Galloway for their 10th annual Wild Spring Festival
Helen Mark visits the sisters of the environmentally-friendly Stanbrook Abbey in Yorkshire
Helen Mark explores the landscape and shoreline of the Inishowen Peninsula.
Helen Mark discovers the little-known Johnsons Island and the community surrounding it.
Felicity Evans visits the Black Isle where residents are collecting landscape memories.
Felicity Evans finds that it's not just migrating birds that settle in Cley Marshes.
Jules Hudson visits the West Midlands to ask why so much of our heritage is at risk.
Helen Mark visits the ancient fishing community in Hastings, down on the shingle beach.
On the edge of JM Barrie's Kirriemuir, Helen Mark discovers the real Never Never Land.
Helen Mark is in Norfolk where preparations for Christmas are well underway.
Jules Hudson discovers the secrets of 'The Canal That Never Was'.
Felicity Evans visits Atlantic College in south Wales - set up to promote peace.
Helen Mark discovers the myths and legends of the landscape of Snowdonia.
Helen Mark finds surprising wildlife in the city of Brighton.
Helen Mark is looking for adventure in the Lake District.
Helen Mark visits a restored open cast mine in Leicestershire, now a haven for wildlife.
Richard Uridge goes whale-watching in Scotland's Moray Firth.
Helen Mark goes 'doon the watter' to explore the Isle of Bute, off Scotland's west coast.
Jules Hudson is in North Yorkshire discovering the fascinating history of Richmond Castle.
Helen Mark explores the Gwent Levels, an extensive low-lying area of the Severn Estuary.
Helen Mark is in Ireland, looking at attitudes down the centuries to the peat bogs.
Helen Mark is in Ireland to celebrate the ancient Celtic harvest festival of Lughnasa.
Jules Hudson visits West London in search of the wildlife that calls the city home.
Helen Mark meets Dame Vera Lynn to discuss an iconic landmark, the white cliffs of Dover.
Jules Hudson takes a journey around the unique swimming ponds of Hampstead Heath.