The story of George Henderson, the farmer who inspired WWII soldiers to take up farming.
BBC Radio 4
14/15 Birch trees provide punishment, beauty, versatility and wine, but are very short-lived.
BBC Radio 3
13/15 Fiona Stafford on the holly tree, which reaches huge proportions if not pruned annually.
1/6 Clare Balding walks with a group of parents who each have children with special needs.
12/15 Fiona Stafford discusses the cherry tree, prized in many ways, but also in sharp decline.
2/5 Fiona Stafford discusses the Leyland cypress or leylandii.
Tom Heap visits the Scottish island that can power itself.
11/15 Professor Fiona Stafford discusses the horse chestnut tree.
A report from the UK's first Farm Hack, an initiative from the USA to help smaller farms.
Helen Mark visits Cumbria to experience the exciting and ancient sport of hound trailing.