Charlotte Smith hears how 3,000 unregulated overflow pipes are pumping sewage into rivers.
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Charlotte Smith asks why buying British food is such a minefield.
Sustainable agriculture is better for the environment, but will it feed the world?
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith.
British cheesemakers say the industry is being undermined by mislabelled imported cheese.
Anna Hill hears how farmers in Cumbria saw their livestock washed away in the floods.
Anna Hill investigates the first commercially available 100 per cent British loaf.
Anna Hill hears about a resurgence in rural craft skills.
An EU ban on battery cages could mean imports of eggs from outside of Europe.
Charlotte Smith hears why a UK agricultural research centre is facing major cuts.
Anna Hill hears that the world's largest dairy is to be built in London.
There's a lack of funding in agricultural research, according to Lord Taylor of Holbeach.
Charlotte Smith hears about a resurgence in rural craft skills.
How farmers and landowners could benefit financially from installing wind turbines.
New research suggests half of horse owners can't tell when their animal is overweight.
Charlotte Smith hears that hill farming could die out within a decade.
News and issues in rural Britain with Anna Hill.
Anna Hill visits the top of a 100-metre-high wind turbine.
Charlotte Smith hears that landowners are lining up to offer land for wind turbines.
Charlotte Smith looks at which farm breeds have come to dominate the supermarket shelves.
Alpaca owners demand TB testing for their animals.
Charlotte Smith looks at the role of the Holstein dairy cow.
Anna Hill hears that Eastern Europe's gangs are stealing UK farm machinery to order.
Anna Hill reports on the decline of the hen harrier.
We're farming fewer breeds than ever to feed our desire for consistent cuts of meat.