Caz Graham joins the tenth anniversary celebrations of Keswick's Theatre by the Lake.
Helen Mark meets the people and wildlife that make their home on Snowdon.
Helen Mark visits Scotland to find that the freshwater pearl mussel faces new threats.
Matt Baker investigates Cumbria's industrial coastline, which is being given a makeover.
Helen Mark finds out how whisky production has shaped Speyside in Scotland.
Matt Baker travels to Essex to see the vast area the RSPB is turning into a nature reserve
Helen Mark finds out why some Isle of Portland locals want quarrying to stop.
The sharp frosts and winter storms which have devastated the delicate wildlife of Cornwall
Matt Baker finds out about the role of Morris Dancing in the life of the Cotswolds.
Matt Baker visits the first wild beaver colony in the UK, in Gloucestershire.
Helen Mark visits the Black Mountains.
Matt Baker visits Northumberland to see how the fledgling red kite population is faring.
Reporting from the tiny Channel island of Sark.
Countryside magazine. Matt Baker reports from a valley in Yorkshire.
Helen Mark chats with the creator of the nation's newest and largest forest, Felix Dennis.
Matt Baker finds out about a project to revive the hydroelectric plant in Yorkshire.
Helen Mark visits Mourne in Northern Ireland, mooted as the country's first national park.
Matt Baker discovers the latest attempts to save red squirrels from extinction.
Matt Baker investigates traditional freemining in the Forest of Dean.
Helen Mark investigates a mysterious spate of cockle deaths in Cornwall.
Food critic Charles Campion goes foraging for lunch on the Kent coast.
Countryside magazine. Helen Mark finds that spring is in the air on the Isles of Scilly.
Matt Baker goes to Bournemouth to investigate Europe's first artificial surfing reef.
Elinor Goodman explores the horse stables at Lambourn in Berkshire.
Matt Baker goes hopping in Kent, and sees how it has influenced the landscape of the Weald
Elinor Goodman visits Markwell Woods and Horndean Parish in West Sussex.
Helen Mark sails the length of Lough Foyle, where a ferry route has reopened.
Elinor Goodman visits the Chilterns to see if the area has the best rural life in Britain.
Helen Mark visits Tory Island off the Donegal coast, a tiny isle steeped in Celtic legend.
Helen Mark follows a mobile library van in Herefordshire.