The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Sybil Ruscoe.
BBC Radio 4
Anna Hill looks at what the first application for fracking in North Yorkshire could mean.
Sybil Ruscoe meets the Bubb family, who grow flowers for biodegradable wedding confetti.
Anna Hill finds out whether farmers and researchers can and do speak the same language.
The UK's first dairy-producer organisation is launched. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
Do new rules threaten an ancient way of fishing on the River Severn? With Charlotte Smith.
Gamekeepers and conservationists are at war over the endangered hen harrier.
Farming schools fear for their future as agricultural qualifications are downgraded.
The debate begins - how will farmers fare if Britain leaves the EU?
Sybil Ruscoe explores the challenges of farming in the uplands.
Sybil Ruscoe investigates an increase in sheep deaths after eating bog asphodel.
What the so-called 'black spider' letters say about Prince Charles's views on agriculture.
El Nino is back. What will it mean for farming across the world?
Tony Juniper and Meurig Raymond comment as Liz Truss is reappointed Defra secretary.
Anna Hill asks what effect the general election result will have on farming.
Anna Hill meets an innovative community of small holders on the Somerset and Devon border.
Twenty-one million birds have been killed as the USA tries to halt a bird flu epidemic.
How to protect antibiotic effectiveness in humans by giving less to chickens.
The latest on the Rural Payments Agency, as farmers try applying for EU farm subsidies.
Anna Hill meets the garden designer Bunny Guinness on her eight-acre smallholding.
Charlotte Smith hosts a special debate about the next generation of agricultural workers.
Charlotte Smith announces the winner of the Countryfile Farming Hero Award.