15/40 Jeremy Bristow visits Jane Goodall in Gombe, Tanzania, to see her chimpanzee study group.
BBC Radio 4
Welsh poet and writer Owen Sheers hears about plans for a badger cull in Pembrokeshire.
14/40 Including part three of Gillian Rice's vulture report from India.
Helen Mark discovers a new centre in Northamptonshire for vulnerable teenagers.
13/40 Including feedback from listeners who have used the Open University's Ispot website.
6/6 Clare Balding walks the final stretch of the South Downs way, from East Meon to Winchester
12/40 Including a report from India on efforts to save the long-billed vulture.
Students from Louisiana discuss the oil spill, Mike eats insects and we hear from Malawi.
BBC World Service
5/6 Clare Balding walks a stretch of the South Downs Way near Petersfield with Gurkhas.
11/40 Brett Westwood and guests question the language used in wildlife conservation.
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