Back up to: Landward
26/26 Dougie Vipond joins the nightshift at Scotland's biggest fruit and veg market.
24/26 Euan McIlwraith visits the resident reindeer population in the Cairngorms.
23/26 Dougie Vipond meets a farmer who is the face of a supermarket advertising campaign.
22/26 Dougie Vipond investigates what prevents young farmers from getting an industry foothold.
21/26 Dougie Vipond joins the ongoing battle to stop the spread of alien plants.
20/26 Dougie Vipond visits the small Highland dairy that has become a big cheese.
19/26 Dougie Vipond is in Glenfinnan as it braces itself for a deluge of Harry Potter fans.
18/26 Dougie Vipond is in Mull to meet an adventurer and TV presenter turned ethical fisherman.
17/26 Dougie Vipond is in London's Savile Row as farmers launch a campaign to promote wool.
16/26 Dougie Vipond looks at research help machines to identify the taste quality of beef.
15/26 Dougie Vipond compares the fortunes of east and west coast salmon rivers.
14/26 Dougie Vipond begins a two part examination of the differing fortunes of salmon rivers.
13/26 Dougie Vipond and the team meets Scotland's 'Mr Venison', Christian Nissen.
12/26 Dougie Vipond and the team report from the Royal Highland Show at Ingliston.
11/26 Sarah Mack helps out with a project to protect sparrowhawks.
10/26 Euan McIlwraith and Lee McKenzie take part in a classic car rally.
9/26 Colin Prior launches a project to capture images of man's impact on the Scottish landscape
8/26 Dougie Vipond investigates claims that local authorities are neglecting cycle paths.
7/26 Dougie Vipond and his dog try out the new field sport of Flyball.
6/26 Dougie Vipond visits Horseback UK, a charity helping to rehabilitate injured soldiers.
5/26 The team revisit the farm in Angus to help out with calving.
4/26 Dougie Vipond joins the Flying Doctors providing a lifeline for people in rural Scotland.
3/26 Sarah Mack meets the pioneers behind plans to make seaweed the fuel of the future.
2/26 The first of a regular series of visits to an Angus farm.
1/26 Dougie Vipond joins a hill-sheep farmer for 24 hours of work through the lambing season.
Dougie Vipond begins a two-part examination of the fortunes of Scottish salmon rivers.