Julia Bradbury heads to Ennerdale in the Lake District to find out what is being done to make this wild and wonderful landscape wilder still, while Matt Baker gets to grips with hound-trailing, one of Cumbria's oldest and most popular sports.
John Craven investigates predictions that we are going to need 60,000 new farmers and workers to keep British agriculture afloat, and looks at whether anyone can become a farmer.
James Wong finds out how freezing temperatures back in the winter of 2009 are still affecting some of our most precious wildlife. Plus a look at what happened when Adam Henson put the animal-handling skills of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Dorothys to the test down on the farm.
|Executive Producer||Andrew Thorman|