Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus in all BBC programmes
Trai Anfield encounters adders basking on the edges of Loch Lomond.
On England's largest lake, Lionel Kelleway encounters a very rare fish, the Arctic charr.
Lionel Kelleway explores the important benefits of ivy to British wildlife.
Lionel Kelleway takes a festive look at mistletoe. Recorded in 2001.
Lionel Kelleway has a very close encounter with a mammal extinct in Britain for 400 years.
Joanna Pinnock discovers the extraordinary masquerade of the large bee-fly.
Lionel Kelleway heads to Scotland to revel in blackbird song and its meanings. From 2002.
Peter France is in Essex with Graeme Underwood and Chris Tyas. From 2005.
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.
The green hairstreak butterfly is making a comeback in the Pentland Hills.
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
Chris Sperring goes to Dorset to see how one butterfly in particular survives the winter.
Chris Sperring spends a winter's day with a long-tailed-tit family.
Chris Sperring is in Hampshire looking at lime trees with lime tree specialist Hugh Milner
Lionel Kelleway is on a nocturnal owl prowl in Somerset. Presented by Chris Packham.
Jessica Holm searches for otters along the Tarka Trail in Devon. Recorded in 1993.
Lionel Kelleway goes fishing for a fearsome predator, the pike.
Chris Packham relives a Living World programme from 1996 about the secretive polecat.
Brett Westwood is in the north east of England looking for red squirrels. Recorded in 2002
Jessica Holmes looks for signs of sparrowhawks. Programme from the Living World archives.
Lindsey Chapman updates this Living World from 2003 on stoats in a Carthusian Priory.
Lionel Kelleway witnesses butterfly migration at Lulworth Cove in Dorset. From 2008.
Brett Westwood travels to Somerset to explore the world of snowdrops. From 2004.
Chris Sperring is in mid-Sweden in search of wolves, following their tracks in the snow.