Charlotte Smith joins the annual farming jamboree in London, the Farmers' Weekly Awards.
Cocoa costs have soared recently. Tom Heap asks if costly chocolate might be good for all.
Caz Graham visits a Sheffield community farm run by 20 families who met online.
Charlotte Smith follows several farmers' lives beyond the five-bar gate through autumn.
Charlotte Smith continues her exploration of what farming life is like today.
Sheila Dillon looks at the farmers' co-operative supplying organic produce from Essex.
A report from the UK's first Farm Hack, an initiative from the USA to help smaller farms.
Can farmers and politicians ever agree? Charlotte Smith investigates.
The story of George Henderson, the farmer who inspired WWII soldiers to take up farming.
Sheila Dillon visits local communities who are setting up their own farms.
Charlotte Smith explores the relationship between policy makers and farming.
Should farmers be paid just for owning land? Charlotte Smith investigates.
Charlotte Smith takes the temperature of modern farming at Sedgemoor auction centre.
Anna Hill meets the McVeigh family, giving control of their Suffolk farm to their children
Tom Heap hears four visions for the future of the British countryside after Brexit.
Where has the Common Agricultural Policy left British farming? And what happens next?
Agricultural salesman Reg Huntley is 96 and shows no sign of retiring any time soon.
Nick Ivins explains how the pull of the land turned him into a homesteader.
Farmers plead for more help as farming subsidies face cuts.
Could high-rise farming be the solution to feeding our cities or is it a utopian fantasy?