Mysterious froth; satellite watching; salty kingfishers.
Richard Daniels discusses green cars, fizzy drinks and water cooling.
Frog evolution and the sound of bells carried on the wind.
Himalayan balsam, scallop dredging and badger culls.
The panel tackle flooded canals, drinking seawater and rabbits' tails.
The impact of light on the human brain, and do moths bite?
The team discuss ice patterns on windows and insects on cars.
Killer magpies, murderous swans and planting trees.
Camouflaged squirrels, holiday mementoes and garden birds.
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about the natural world.
Volcanic ash as fertiliser, intense winter Sun and cooling the Earth.
Subjects include plastic waste, capturing carbon dioxide and the frozen poles.
Richard Daniel and the team discuss birds, bees and the origins of life.
The series kicks off with a revelation about how our minds may be controlled by parasites.
Richard Daniel and his team discuss listeners' questions about the natural world.
Richard Daniel is joined by Helen Scales, Graham Appleton and Professor Philip Stott.
Richard Daniel and guests discuss listeners' questions about the natural world.
Richard Daniel and his team discuss insects and sea life.
Richard Daniel and the team look at how the osprey has an amazing ability to spot prey.
Richard Daniel and the team discuss listeners' questions about rising sea levels.