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Problemau ricriwtio gweithwyr i'r diwidiant llaeth
Y newyddion ffermio diweddaraf gyda Dei Tomos. The latest farming news with Dei Tomos.
Sustainable fish in restaurants, Bar Council, TB in deer
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Stories of nature’s impact on human culture and society through history.
Week 7 - Lindsey Chapman
People who listen to and are inspired by birds and birdsong tell their stories.
Tackling Bovine TB and a Rum Tasting
Programme serving everyone living in the countryside, and tackling issues affecting them
The Night Island
Natural history programme
Bird Song & Greenisland Teddy Boys
People, places and stories that make Northern Ireland unique, with Anne Marie McAleese.
Elaine Mitchell takes a weekly look at farming, countryside issues, industry and tech
Inspiration for getting out and about at the weekend with Fiona Stalker.
The Nidderdale Way: Brimham Rocks to Pateley Bridge
Clare Balding joins notable and interesting people for a walk through the countryside
Jamaica's Organic Revolution
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours
James Wong on the World's Toughest Plants
Programme looking at man's effect on the environment and how the environment reacts
Countryside magazine featuring the people and wildlife that shape the landscape of Britain
Yorkshire Farming - Two Years In Review
BBC Radio York look at issues affecting farming and the North Yorkshire countryside.
Iolo Williams yn crwydro nifer o gynefinoedd gwyllt Cymru.
Ash Dieback Fungus
Natural history series telling the stories of Britain's non-native invasive species.
The Fen Raft Spider
Natural history programme offering a unique insight into the natural world
Radio 4 Extra
The Reed Bed
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents a series of audio postcards.
Food and Farming Awards 2016
Celebrating the best of British food
Mudflats and Salt Marshes
Brett Westwood and Phil Gates present a guide to some of Britain's coastal wildlife.
Why are orchids so popular? Jim Endersby offers a new scientific history of their allure.
If trophy hunting is banned in Africa, would lions be more or less at risk?
Series exploring the complex interface between a growing human population and wildlife
Brett Westwood reflects on how the wildlife has changed in his local patch over 40 years.
Our relationship with plants: a major new history by Kew's science director Kathy Willis.
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