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Julian Partridge and Ron Douglas explore thousands of metres deep in the Pacific Ocean.
Patrick Morris and Barrie Britton revisit an orang-utan colony in Sumatra.
Paul Evans looks at the system of legal protection for all British birds of prey.
Evidence suggests that we are all becoming less connected with the natural world.
Paul Evans reveals the mysteries and atmosphere of the woodland slopes of Shropshire.
Paul Evans tells how the dawn chorus in a park was recorded for a children's hospital.
Paul Evans and Chris Watson capture the atmosphere of the Hebridean island of Islay.
Paul Evans and Chris Watson capture the atmosphere of Britain's oldest nature reserve.
Michael Scott visits Lakenheath Fen, a new habitat where a pair of cranes bred last month.
Paul Evans discovers the importance of soil to the quality of our future environment.
Brett Westwood hosts a live programme to answer listeners' questions about wildlife.
As part of Springwatch, Brett Westwood answers listeners' questions about wildlife.
Grant Sonnex presents the programme from the RSPB's reserve at Minsmere in Suffolk.
A colourful diary of spring created by Paul Evans.
Paul Evans explains his fascination with beetles and celebrates their myriad world.
Paul Evans reports on the rebirth of the urban waterway.
The Plum Prospects for Orchard Conservation: Brett Westwood on new conservation measures.
A controversial wind farm on the Outer Hebridean island of Lewis has split the community.
Brett Westwood investigates plans to expand Scotland's pine forests.
Paul Evans assesses the future of our urban trees.
Chris Watson records one of winter's most dramatic spectacles.