15/23 Neil Oliver visits Glensanda, the site of Europe's biggest super-quarry. (R)
BBC Two Wales
As Brexit gathers pace, Helen Mark explores the landscape of the Irish border. (R)
BBC Radio 4 FM
A look at at how British school children are engaging with farming, food and environment.
Food, countryside and agricultural issues, focusing on business, industry and technology.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
11/14 In Africa, chimps cut off from the rest of the jungle face a daily life-or-death dilemma. (R)
5/23 Victorian postcards reveal Rhyl's glory years to Hermione Cockburn. (R)
BBC Two except Northern Ireland
Euan McIlwraith finds out how badgers displaced by a new bypass are being rehoused. (R)
BBC Two Scotland
4/10 Bill Bailey introduces a delightfully eccentric cast of creatures. (R)
6/10 Calum Maclean shares his passion for swimming in remote, cold rivers and lochs. (R)
Alice Roberts visits Bawdsey Manor, where Britain's first radar station was built. (R)