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The delicate balance between heritage and modern life in the UK's National Parks.
How the government's food and farming department is failing to source food sustainably.
Caz Graham asks why plans to extend two National Parks are proving controversial.
Anna Hill asks why investors are swapping bricks and mortar for blades of grass.
Catching birds in the name of Conservation. Presented by Anna Hill.
Is it right to separate dairy cows from their calves? With Charlotte Smith.
Charlotte Smith investigates what part farming plays in UK children's education.
Charlotte Smith hears government plans to encourage renewable energy.
As food inflation soars, Charlotte Smith asks how expensive the Sunday roast could become.
Putting Dartmoor Hill Ponies on 'the Pill'. Presented by Anna Hill.
The Farming Today dairy cow has to pass a TB test, or be culled. With Anna Hill.
Charlotte Smith hears calls for school farm visits to be made compulsory.
As the CAP reforms are published in Brussels, Charlotte Smith asks what impact it may have
How changes to subsidies in Scotland could mean an end to 'slipper farming'.
The CAP reform proposals are published in Brussels to a mixed response in the UK.
Ahead of the CAP reforms, its supporters and critics predict the future of subsidies.
Anna Hill hears that red kites are moving from the countryside into our cities.
Wild boars are are being used to try to control invasive bracken one part of Scotland.
Anna Hill hears how radical planning proposals could change the English countryside.
New planning proposals will give people more say according to the Planning Minister.
Charlotte Smith asks if the proposed planning laws will help or hinder food production.
It will be harder to find organic chicken in shops in the future, says industry body.
Anna Hill hears the late hot spell could mean a vintage year for UK wine.
Warnings that British songbirds are being trapped and exported by criminals.
Farmers say British pork could become very rare if they continue to lose money.