Birds of Africa in all BBC programmes
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the wetland loving African Jacana.
Olympic gold medal-winning rower Alex Gregory on the white stork for Tweet of the Day.
A seasonal offering from Tweet of the Day for the Christmas period.
Bill Oddie presents the alpine swift.
Andy Clements is entranced by the song of the garden warbler.
Chris Packham presents the Atlantic canary singing in the Tenerife treetops.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the bar-tailed godwit.
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the blackcap.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the black-headed gull.
David Attenborough presents the black-necked grebe.
Sir David Attenborough presents the globally widespread but secretive black stork.
Brett Westwood presents the bluethroat.
Bill Oddie presents the chiffchaff.
Clare Jones on the inspirational little egret for Tweet of the Day.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the common buzzard.
Kate Humble presents the common whitethroat.
David Lindo on a magical moment spotting a honey buzzard in central London.
Bill Oddie presents the Egyptian goose.
The BBC's Frank Gardner recalls the song of a golden oriole for Tweet of the Day.
For musician Fyfe Dangerfield, seeing a rare bird is like seeing a celebrity on the street
Musician Fyfe Dangerfield recalls the joy of hearing then seeing a golden oriole in France
For Fyfe Dangerfield, the prehistoric sight and sound of the grey heron is a big leveller.
Childhood holidays in France were a chance to see rare birds for Fyfe Dangerfield.
David Attenborough presents the garden warbler.
David Attenborough presents the garganey.
For Welsh poet and playwright Gillian Clarke the heron recalls a Bishop wearing vestments.
David Attenborough presents the glossy ibis.
The Golden Oriole - Miranda Krestovnikoff narrates the story of this bird and its sound.
Bill Oddie presents the great crested grebe.