The story of George Henderson, the farmer who inspired WWII soldiers to take up farming.
Anna Hill finds out whether farmers and researchers can and do speak the same language.
1/6 Clare Balding walks with a group of parents who each have children with special needs.
The UK's first dairy-producer organisation is launched. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
Do new rules threaten an ancient way of fishing on the River Severn? With Charlotte Smith.
Tom Heap visits the Scottish island that can power itself.
Gamekeepers and conservationists are at war over the endangered hen harrier.
Sybil Ruscoe explores the challenges of farming in the uplands.
Farming schools fear for their future as agricultural qualifications are downgraded.
The debate begins - how will farmers fare if Britain leaves the EU?