Anna Hill hears plans to reintroduce beavers, lynx and wild boar to the countryside.
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Anna Hill hears calls for imported apples to be removed from supermarket shelves.
British farmers join in European protests and dump thousands of litres of milk.
Charlotte Smith investigates why more people are buying food locally.
England's hedgerows are vanishing and farmers are being blamed. Charlotte Smith reports.
British farmers are in line for big subsidy increase.
Anna Hill looks at local food growing in Todmorden.
Anna Hill looks at the bleak future of the organic vegetable box.
The English coastline could soon be open to all, despite objections from some landowners.
Charlotte Smith examines how safe children's farms are after an e.coli outbreak in Surrey.
Charlotte Smith explores the risks posed by deadly E.coli on our farms.
Charlotte Smith asks if it matters that a bottle of milk costs less than a bottle of water
The funeral business has presented a new opportunity for sheep farmers: woollen coffins.
News and issues in rural Britain with Anna Hill.
What effect will an outbreak of E-coli at a farm park have on farm visits?
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith, who looks at countryside noise.
There has been a significant increase in the amount of poaching in the countryside.
Charlotte Smith investigates whether wind turbines are causing noise pollution.
The search for British eggs in our processed foods, with Anna Hill.
Anna Hill reports on the return of the European butter mountain.
Organised criminals are increasingly turning to stealing expensive farm equipment.
Farmers have been battling to control our rivers for centuries - but at what cost?
An abattoir worker has had his licence suspended following secret filming.
Charlotte Smith investigates how the rain has affected the 2009 summer harvest.
Caz Graham hears how allowing farmland to flood costs us much needed home-grown food.
A world record is set with the sale of the UK's most expensive sheep.