A farmer is on trial for manslaughter, after a walker was gored to death by a bull.
BBC Radio 4
Kate Humble presents the great grey shrike.
2/8 Mark Horton has privileged access to the historic dockyards at Devonport. (R)
Felicity Evans visits the western end of the Brecon Beacons and walks behind a waterfall.
5/11 A look at earth's most spectacular deserts, revealing the secrets behind desert survival. (R)
Tracey Logan asks whether killing whales for science can be justified?
Mike Grundon and Val Turner explore all aspects of outdoor life in Shetland.
BBC Radio Scotland BBC Radio Shetland
Japanese whaling ban; A robotic clam; Africa Engineering Prize; Computational psychiatry
BBC World Service Online
1/3 How the work of Carl Linnaeus, Phillip Miller and John Ray created the science of botany. (R)
Tracey Logan asks whether killing whales for science can be justified? (R)
Are we losing the race against the spread of Bovine TB in alpacas, camels and goats?
Kate Humble presents the common whitethroat.
Friday 11 April 2014