Landslides are on the increase. We meet the experts from the British Geological Survey who are using technology to see into the future to help us protect ourselves. Also why the National Trust is at the centre of a planning row over a car park. And supercars driven by eight year olds.
Tackling the UK's landslides
Britain's changing weather patterns have resulted in an increase in the number of landslides in recent years as the result of heavy summer and winter rainfall.
Inside Out's Marie Ashby meets the team based in Nottinghamshire which is using technology to predict future landslides to help reduce the risk of disasters.
Watch a video feature from the programme on the BBC News website.
|Series Editor||Tony Roe|