1/5 Mould-breaking nature writer Kathleen Jamie takes listeners to a world of ice and silence.
BBC Radio 4
Can the heroic age of Antarctic exploration show the way back to the Moon?
BBC World Service
Embryos from dairy cows are being flown to China to set up herds with British bloodlines.
2/5 Mould-breaking nature writer Kathleen Jamie recalls the loss of her mother.
BBC Radio 4 FM only
Helen Mark and Enda McClafferty explore futuristic techniques at the McFarlane family farm
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
4/8 Hedgehogs are in decline. Paul Evans separates the science from the sentimentality.
Falmouth's plans to attract cruise ships could damage the environment. Tom Heap reports.
Adam Walton meets Prof Tim Jacob and the team at Cardiff University's Smell Research Lab.
BBC Radio Wales
Jimmy Wales gazes into the future twenty years on from the birth of the Internet Society
Wednesday 25 April 2012