How to recognise birds of the British countryside from their appearance, calls and songs
Brett Westwood and Phil Gates present a guide to some of Britain's common garden wildlife
Mark Stephen charts a job swap between gamekeepers from the Kalahari and the Angus Glens
Brett Westwood explores the UK's natural history societies
Programme looking at man's effect on the environment and how the environment reacts
Programme serving everyone living in the countryside, and tackling issues affecting them
Discovery explores today's most significant scientific discoveries.
Adam Rutherford presents a three-part series on extinction
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Celebrating the best of British food
Rowan Pelling searches for a cure for the problem which blights her life, procrastination.
Jolyon Jenkins investigates the psychology of climate change - why aren't we more worried?
Matthew Oates presents a series about naturalists and their pursuits
James Aldred encounters one of the world's most powerful birds of prey, the harpy eagle.
Professional tree climber James Aldred climbs one of Britain's tallest trees.
What does the response to last year's tsunami and meltdown tell us about modern Japan?
Jonathan Edwards presents a series exploring how science shapes and explains our world
How can science can stop an upsurge in the slaughter of African elephants for their ivory?
Natural history series presented by Richard Mabey
Michael Portillo investigates nature's tyrants
Natural history programme offering a unique insight into the natural world
Countryside magazine featuring the people and wildlife that shape the landscape of Britain
David Attenborough hosts a celebration of bird impersonator Percy Edwards.
Gabrielle Walker finds out how global warming is changing the natural world
Our relationship with plants: a major new history by Kew's science director Kathy Willis.
Programme joining notable and interesting people for a walk through the countryside
Martin Wainwright looks at our national night time obsession - with the beauty of moths.
Examining the world of nature and the challenges of wildlife conservation
Gilleasbuig MacFhearghais a' tadhal air sgeap Sheonachain MhicLeòid san Àth Leathann.
Series exploring the complex interface between a growing human population and wildlife
Air chuairt a' comharrachadh beatha Iain Muir; Albannach, eòlaiche-nàdair 's àrainneachd.
Frauke Jensen reports on a research project set up to count Namibia's cheetah population.
Sue Broom explores new scientific research on female promiscuity across the animal kingdom
Terry Nutkins tells of his childhood, spent with the mercurial author Gavin Maxwell
Alison Steadman on why so many birds in Britain are aliens from elsewhere
Tim Boon tells the story of Percy Smith, a pioneer in the art of the natural history film.
A fascinating insight into one of Nature's greatest cheats.
Tucker the sniffer dog takes a boat trip to save the whales.
Professor David Livingstone argues for a revision of how we view the climate
Michael Bird explores the tiny beautiful flower fields of west Cornwall and the Scillies.
Ayisha Yahya explores warnings that some deserts could turn greener in the future
Can animals be gay? Hermione Cockburn investigates the biologists who say they can.
Haunted by the sinking of RMS Titanic, this is the story of an iceberg journeying south.
Natural history programme
Roger Harrabin investigates whether the arguments over climate change can ever be won
BBC Somerset's weekly look at rural news, countryside issues, wildlife and local events.
A year after the Copenhagen climate summit, Roger Harrabin explores what really happened.
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