1/6 Clare walks the first section of the route, from Holy Island to St Cuthbert's Cave.
Geoff Watts reveals how anthropology can change the relationship with our environment.
World Ozone Day, 20 years on; Feed the World.
5/9 Chris Sperring discovers that the Severn Estuary is a vital nursery ground for marine fish
The life of philosopher RG Collingwood, and restorative justice in Northern Ireland.
Richard Daniel and his team discuss listeners' questions about the natural world.
Tom Heap asks if we are looking in the wrong place for solutions to climate change.
Caz Graham visits the Welsh hill farm where inner-city Somali kids learn about their roots
Helen Mark meets Booker-nominated author Sarah Hall at Haweswater Reservoir in Cumbria.
Geoff Watts reports from the British Science Association's Festival in Guildford.
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