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The Day the Sun Went Dark
Explorations in the world of science.
Gwobr i ddyn y tatws
Y newyddion ffermio diweddaraf gyda Dei Tomos. The latest farming news with Dei Tomos.
Clare Jones on the Little Egret
Discover birds through their songs and calls. 265 programmes of 90 seconds, over a year
Harvest overview, Agricultural retail, A play called Cow
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Cutting-edge radio show peers over the horizon at the science of tomorrow.
BBC Wiltshire celebrates the county's great outdoors.
Week 15 - Tim Birkhead
People who listen to and are inspired by birds and birdsong tell their stories.
Carmarthenshire Peat Bogs
Programme serving everyone living in the countryside, and tackling issues affecting them
The Glencoe Gathering
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours
5 live Science
The hottest science news, stories and analysis with Dr Karl
Radio 5 live
Naked Scientists Chris Smith and Kat Arney with science news stories and analysis
Stories, opinion and debate from the final frontier
Bone Stories : Ben Garrod Reveals Five Bone Stories
Experience the wonder and surprise that nature has to offer.
Brian Johnston in Cockermouth
One of Britain's longest-running radio series which started in 1946 and ran for decades
Radio 4 Extra
Beavers, salmon and pargeting.
Your free, weekly, pocket guide to the Scottish outdoors.
Rhaglen gylchgrawn ar fyd natur. Nature programme with music and chat
Exploring the great Scottish outdoors
Elaine Mitchell takes a weekly look at farming, countryside issues, industry and tech
Y diweddaraf o'r byd ffermio gyda Dei Tomos. The latest farming news with Dei Tomos
Inspiration for getting out and about at the weekend with Fiona Stalker.
Technology, gaming and web news
Antarctica's volcanoes, science book prize nominee - Mark O'Connell, US solar eclipse and 40 years of NASA's Voyager mission
Adam Rutherford goes inside science to explore the research that is transforming our world
Ballooning in Bristol
Countryside magazine featuring the people and wildlife that shape the landscape of Britain
World Questions: Johannesburg
Leading figures in science, economics, politics and architecture discuss their ideas.
Irene Tracey, professor of neuroimaging at Oxford University, explores pain.
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