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Music from bees; Dormouse monitoring; Milk stands calendar

Scientists in Nottingham have recorded the sounds bees make in the hive - and they're featuring in a live orchestral concert.

Phillipa Hall has been to Nottingham Trent University where scientists have been monitoring the sounds that bees make in the hive. They've been gathered using tiny sensors embedded in the honeycomb. Now the sounds have been set to music and have featured in a live orchestral concert.
Graham Barlow is in the Yorkshire Dales where conservationists are monitoring the success of a dormice reintroduction programme.
And Caz Graham finds out about the history of milk stands. They've been consigned to history, but are now being featured in a calendar produced by an artist in the Lake District.
Presented by Caz Graham and produced by Sally Challoner.

13 minutes