Programmes and features exploring the enchantment, escape and magical danger of forests.
Check out our amazing collaboration with BBC Radio 3, the sights and sounds of Autumnwatch
Enter the magical musical world of the forest. Your guide is Tom Service
Be inspired by atmospheric music influenced by nature - from Sibelius to Björk.
A journey through the mysteries of the endangered Swedish forest language: Elfdalian.
Matthew Sweet goes into the woods
The Verb explores the forest as metaphor with Terry Deary and Pascale Petit
BBC National Orchestra of Wales plays music by Dvorak. Part of the Into the Forest season.
A woodland walk through fall foliage in New Hampshire
Marie Darrieussecq, Lisa Mullen and Dafydd Daniel on magic and dystopias.
Weir's Forest with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Ulster Orchestra with music by Grieg
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough examines the great fictional forests of art and literature.
Into the Forest season with music by Sibelius, Leifs, Hillborg and Beethoven.
Parker Ousley performs Universal Soldier amid the changing colours of the Autumn forest.
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough searches the Autumn forest, looking for stories.
Get surrounded by nature - birdsong, rustling leaves and the stillness of the forest.
Colin Grant, Hannah Lowe and Jay Bernard discuss writing about Windrush with Shahidha Bari
The man who loved our trees and woods and his ideas about what they might become.
With the Cleveland Orchestra conducted by George Szell.
Fiona Stafford explores the symbolism, importance, topicality and surprises of trees
A magical late night duet between a shakuhachi player and a nightingale
Laura Moody ventures into the woods at dead of night to perform with an avian accomplice.
The sound of birdsong is accompanied by a distant plane, a barely perceptible drone.
Matthew Sweet reads Ursula Le Guin's novel and discusses the Paul Foot Award.
Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough on the cultural and ecological glories of the summer forest.
Series exploring why artists are drawn to forests.
Steel and concrete can't beat good old wood to produce the best sounds for music.
A nostalgic journey into the woods of childhood classics, from Narnia to Harry Potter.