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Charlotte Smith asks whether the killing of animals without stunning can be humane.
Oil exploration has begun in the most biodiverse place on earth. Tom Heap investigates.
Farming Today reports from the first NFU Conference since the Brexit vote.
Council tenant farm sell-off, annual organic report, animal welfare in the slaughterhouse.
James Aldred encounters one of the world's most powerful birds of prey, the harpy eagle.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The UK sugar beet industry predicts a bumper year.
Caz Graham meets Hannah Jackson, a young shepherd shaking up the world of sheep.
Do people in rural areas get poorer care than those in urban Britain?
Clare Balding discovers the Doolough Tragedy Famine Walk in County Mayo, Ireland.
5/5 Bernie Krause turns to the sounds and noises generated by modern human beings.