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Lionel Kellaway encounters the loudest amphibian in Europe, the natterjack toad.
Lionel Kelleway heads to Scotland to revel in blackbird song and its meanings. From 2002.
Coquet Island off the Northumberland coast is the last breeding site for roseate terns.
Lionel Kelleway visits the Arne RSPB reserve in Dorset to see the rare Dartford warbler.
Peter France is in Essex with Graeme Underwood and Chris Tyas. From 2005.
Lionel Kelleway is in Worcestershire on the look out for fieldfares. Recorded in 2007.
Lionel Kelleway looks for freshwater pearl mussels. Recorded in 2006.
Chris Sperring visits a meadow visited by 2,000 black-tailed godwits in winter. From 2013.
Brett Westwood searches for gold in East Anglian woods - the elusive golden pheasant.
Lionel Kelleway tries to get close to the grass snake, Britain's largest native snake.
Lionel Kelleway enjoys the rare spectacle of harbour seals pupping in Loch Fleet Scotland.
Brett Westwood joins lolo Williams to explore hen harrier ecology. From 2001.
Living World heads to Cambridgeshire, to ask when jackdaws roost, what are they up to?
Hannah Stitfall and Billy Clarke discuss a winter jackdaw roost from Living World archive
Lionel Kelleway travels to the Falkland Islands in pursuit of Johnny Rook, the cara cara.
Lionel Kelleway is on a nocturnal owl prowl in Somerset. Presented by Chris Packham.
Miranda Krestovnikoff visits Dartmoor in search of ring ouzels, the mountain blackbirds.
The Living World treks up the slopes of the Cairngorm mountains to find Ptarmigan.
Lionel Kelleway is in Dorset with Dr Anita Diaz, for the sika deer rut. From 2009.
Lionel Kelleway heads to Purbeck to see sika at the start of the rutting season.
Jessica Holmes looks for signs of sparrowhawks. Programme from the Living World archives.
Chris Sperring heads to Skomer Island with ecologist David Boyle. From 2012.
Chris Sperring looks for the Manx shearwater and storm petrel on Skomer Island.
Chris Packham relives programmes from the Living World archives.
Keen naturalists Hannah Stitfall and Dom Davies compare notes on Spined Loach.
Brett Westwood heads to Cambridgeshire in search of one of Britain's rarest vertebrate.
Trai Anfield visits Wytham Woods, where wood mice have been studied since 1943.
Seen soaring overhead red kites are one of the most iconic birds of the Tyneside landscape
Lionel Kelleway is joined by Rob Strachan in search of water voles.
When the cold descends on Iceland, whooper swans migrate south to the Scottish Highlands