Monty Don finds out if national parks are good for wildlife.
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Snowdonia's slate once roofed the world. Find out what has become of the quarries today.
Why is New Zealand lamb cheaper to buy in our shops than UK-produced lamb?
Prof Kathy Willis examines how one man's flower was turning into another man's weed.
The apples are early! The latest from the orchards of England.
Prof Kathy Willis examines Charles Darwin's use of orchids as a scientific tool.
Members of the rural tourism industry unite to call for a cut to VAT.
Prof Kathy Willis explores the smuggling of rubber seeds from South America.
Concern that government research on the bee decline is being funded by pesticide companies
Monty Don asks if reserves fenced off for the benefit of wildlife are effective.
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