Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison head to the windswept shores of the Wirral peninsula, where the Rivers Dee and Mersey sweep down to meet the sea. Matt gets a unique perspective on Hilbre Island - a sanctuary to thousands of over wintering birds.
Ellie explores the Wirral's industrial past and finds out how it's still being used in the present.
Ten years since the worst case of foot and mouth disease in living memory, John Craven takes a trip back to Cumbria to meet those who were at the heart of the tragedy.
Elsewhere, Adam Henson is counting the costs of a harsh winter down on his farm.