Birds of Central Asia in all BBC programmes
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.
Writer Amy Liptrot recalls her work as the RSPB Corncrake officer on Orkney.
Chris Packham presents the blackbird.
Bill Oddie presents the blackbird.
Bill Oddie presents the Cetti's warbler.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the common redstart.
Kate Humble presents the common whitethroat.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the corn bunting.
Steve Backshall presents the corncrake.
Dave Leech describes his excitement on finding the nest of a water rail.
For Professor David Rothenberg, the blackbird is a beautiful melodic songster.
Liz Bonnin presents the eastern orphean warbler in an olive grove near Athens.
Wildlife sound recordist Geoff Sample on Tweet of the Day.
David Attenborough presents the glossy ibis.
Bill Oddie presents the Grey partridge.
Derek Niemann recalls the grey partridge during World War 1.
Steve Backshall presents the house martin.
Wildlife artist Jane Smith waits anxiously for a returning whitethroat.
Musician Joe Acheson recalls hearing the scraping call of corncrake on Inishbofin island.
Bird therapist Joe Harkness on the nightingale for Tweet of the Day.
Audio-visual artist Kathy Hinde is inspired by house martins.
Kim Durbin recalls an encounter with a blackbird for Tweet of the Day.
Lily Burton is the youngest birder on Tweet and she shares a sad story of a mute swan.
Lindsey Chapman on the Cetti's warbler.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the linnet.
Cameraman Mark Smith on an unusual encounter with a corncrake.
Editor of British Birdwatching magazine Matt Merritt enjoys the first spring male redstart