The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Caz Graham.
Discussion on plans to have a 30,000-pig farm in Northern Ireland.
Should driven grouse shooting be banned? Charlotte Smith hears both sides of the argument.
Scottish farmers use the power of song to highlight the plight of the dairy industry.
Cold, wet and windy weather is causing problems for farmers needing to harvest.
French farmers are offered millions in financial aid. But what about British farmers?
Charlotte Smith dons her wellies to find out about the oyster beds in Poole Harbour.
More details on the emergency use of neonicotinoids - and why some think it's a mistake.
Felicity Evans visits the Royal Welsh Show in Powys.
Does growing maize ruin our soil? And the cockle fishermen in Wales facing a bleak season.
Agriculture secretary Elizabeth Truss on her 25-year plan to boost UK food and farming.
Felicity Evans hears about the 'coastal harvest' from the waters around the UK.
A look at agricultural workers through the ages at the Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival.
The latest on the milk crisis and the reintroduction of wolves in Montana.
Charlotte Smith debates calls to limit the use of the weedkiller glyphosate.
Late rural farm payments are costing UK taxpayers millions of pounds in EU fines.
The Ramblers launch a new scheme to build up a picture of the country's footpaths.
Are farm workers getting a raw deal when it comes to wages, hours and welfare?
Charlotte Smith visits a new affordable housing development in the heart of the Cotswolds.
Rural housing in crisis. The minister in charge responds.
Moves to amend the 2005 Hunting Act have been met by fierce opposition from campaigners.
How people in rural Greece are coping with financial uncertainty.
Should rural areas be exempt from the government's right to buy plans?